Life is too short, time goes by too fast and of the dwindling days, we have left on this earth. Sooner or later, you're too busy with work or too old to live the life you always wanted. So No matter where you live just pack your bags to visit incredible places in the world.
Here is a list of breathtaking, jaw-dropping and top amazing places you really must see before you die.
The Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye, Scotland
You might suddenly start believing in fairies the moment your eyes fall on the Fairy Pool, an ethereal oasis that bewitches visitors with its crystal clear water, picture-perfect scenery and magical atmosphere. Fairy Pools is a magical place of outstanding natural beauty at the foot of the Cuillin mountains.
The waters are freezing, but if you’re searching for wild swimming adventures, it truly doesn’t get better than this. And if you’re not as adventurous, a mere walk around the area, exploring aqua blue pools, each more appealing than the other, is sure to leave you in high spirits.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA
The Antelope Canyon in Arizona is a picturesque series of crevices you wouldn’t believe wasn’t a photography trick until you checked it out yourself. Antelope Canyon is the product of millions of years of water erosion.
In fact, the Navajo name for Upper Antelope Canyon is “Tse' bighanilini,” which means "the place where water runs through rocks." The way water carved out the crevices millions of years ago–coupled with the manner in which the light hits each wall–makes the rocks appear different colors and creating a dazzling display.
Igloo Village, Finland
Ever since I was a little girl, I've always wanted to know what it's like to live in an igloo...What? I'm sure some of you have wondered about that too. The Igloo Village in Finland gives us the opportunity to pretend we're Eskimo people living in our cozy little igloo houses except with comfortable beds, top-notch service, and smoke saunas. On some days, you could also see the Northern Lights through the Igloo's windows!
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
The breathtaking Salar de Uyuni is located in Southwestern Bolivia and it is the world's largest salt flat. This massive salt flat–the largest in the world–spans a massive 4,086 square miles. It was created decades ago when a prehistoric lake dried up, leaving behind salt crust. When it rains, it forms a giant mirror and that is a something you don't want to miss out.
The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia
The Planets largest living structure is natures greatest gift to Australia. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest collection of coral reefs in the world, spanning over 1,400 miles. It’s so large that it can be seen from space, and it’s among one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. It is the place to go diving, offering a one-of-a-kind display of underwater life.