100 Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit Before You Die! (part 1)

Everyone wants to travel the world and visit the beautiful sites, but with so many places to visit where do you start? Here we come to you with the list of top 100 most incredibly super awesome places to visit around the world, before you die. See which places our readers like the best, and vote for your favorites.

Here are 100 Most Beautiful Places You Must Visit Before You Die! (part 1)

1 – Lake District, England

Surprise View in the Lake District National Park, Keswick England- Photo by Sebastian Wasek 
Lake District is a beautiful and mountainous region in West England. The scenery is simply amazing

2 – Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Do you love giant holes? Well in Tanzania, there’s a massive crater/conservative area with a breath taking view and even a lodge for people to stay in.

3 – Los Angeles California
Known as one of the party capitols of the USA, this is the home of sunshine and happiness. Of course, there are certain parts you should avoid like in any major city, but there’s more to do here than you’ll know what to do with and who knows, you might run into someone famous.

4 – Loch Ness, Scotland
You might run into it, you never know ;) If you’ve ever been sucked into the TV show aimed at finding Ness, it’s a creature that’s believed to live in the waters of Scotland. So is it real? Or is this all one big hoax to bring in tourism? You never know until you go see for yourself.

5 – Republic of Seychelles, Africa, Indian Ocean
It looks like a scene right out of a movie or from a postcard. The beaches here are absolutely breath taking and there are not too many tourists that know about this area.

6 – Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain
The Balearic Islands are a formation of islands with beautiful beaches everywhere you go. This is definitely a nice spot to get away from everything.

7 – Patagonia, Argentina
This is not so commonly known place for having the most dramatic and drastic landscapes on the planet.

8 – Kuantan, Malaysia
Visit a mosque or enjoy the nice scenic views in the 3rd largest state in Malaysia.

9 – Nine Hells, Kyushu, Japan
This is one of the largest producers of geothermal water in the world. You shouldn’t run into any demons or ghosts here, but you can enjoy a nice bath.

10 – Ring Of Fire Volcanoes, Wrangel Island, Russia
It is EXACTLY what it sounds like. It’s literally a ring of volcanoes. While the idea might sound terrifying, it’s actually a sight everyone must see in person.

11 – Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm is a popular tourism spot because of the culture, the scenery and for the younger crowd, the nightlife.

12 – Bermuda, Somers Island
Bermuda needs no introduction, one of the most beautiful islands and the beaches here are worth every penny.

13 – Atacama Desert, Chile
Did you know, there are some parts of the Atacama Desert that haven’t even seen a single drop of rain since recording weather was possible? It’s known for the very dry mountainous regions.

14 – Ayers Rock, Uluru, Australia
This landmark is one of the most famous tourist spot as far as landmarks go right next to the Grand Canyon.  It stands at approximately 348 meters or (1,142 feet) high.

15 – Bali, Indonesia
The primary and most popular tourist destination in Bali is Kuta (the beach). Be warned though, the Australian and American government recommending exercising “extreme caution” while traveling here due to the present dangers for any tourists here.

16 – Kazakhstan
While here, be sure to check out Almaty, Astana and Tyrau (the three most popular tourism destinations).

17 – Douglas, Isle of Man

18 – Madeira, Portugal
Visit the scenic mountain view of Canico or view the ocean from Frunchal. There are plenty of things to do and places to eat.

19 – Kerala Waterfalls, India
As far as amazing waterfalls to look at go, this is right next to Niagra falls. This spot is also a popular picnic spot.

20 – Greek Islands, Greece
There is no accurate information on just how many islands there actually are in Greece. There have been estimations as low as 1,200 and some as high as 6,000. The largest however would be Crete at 3,219 square miles.
Colorful boat in Parga, Greece - Photo by  kostasgr / via .pinterest