Beautiful Views You Must Experience In Your Lifetime – Add to Bucketlist , Vacation Deals

This wonderful, wide world is blessed with a preponderance of perfect, picture-postcard views. As travel begins to start again we are even more aware of how little time we have to try to see it all. To help you with your must-see list, here are 29 beautiful views you must experience in your lifetime.

Beautiful Views You Must See

1. The Great Barrier Reef, Australia

The famous Great Barrier Reef is vast and can actually be seen from outer space. It includes almost 3,000 reefs and encompasses roughly 350,000 square kilometers along the coast of Queensland and is stunning both from land and under the water. Here you will find dolphins, sea turtles, whales, and thousands of species of fish too.

2. Llyn Llydaw, Wales

Llyn Llydaw is Welsh for Brittany Lake. It is an impressive natural lake found in striking Snowdonia National Park along the flanks of Snowden. While the view of Mount Snowden’s peak is impressive by itself, it was actually the squiggly, skinny lake that was voted “the UK’s best view.” Surrounded by the previously-mentioned mountains, it is nestled between verdant valleys. The lake is also famous for its connection to King Arthur’s legendary Lady of the Lake.

3.  The Golden Gate Bridge, California, USA

The iconic Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is one reason why people have left their hearts there. The rust-red lines and curves of this classic man-made structure are both beautiful and bold. Indeed, looking at it from any distance or angle is a memorable experience. The Golden Gate Bridge is nothing short of a marvel in engineering and complements the city.  

4.  Supertree Grove, Singapore

Highlights here include 12 Supertrees, surreal sculptures, and the OCBC Skyway which is 128 meters in length. The sculptures are part of the popular Gardens by the Bay. The conservatories here are filled with beautiful blooms and lush plants.  

The “trees” themselves are actually between 25 and fifty meters tall. They are illuminated at night. This adds a new dimension not only to them but to the entire cityscape of Singapore. 

5.  Bryce Canyon, Utah, USA

The hoodoos and pinnacles that rise up out of the memorable landscape of this noteworthy national park in the southwestern part of the state are nigh mystifying. These apricot and cream rock formations are awesome, especially the popular amphitheater you should see from famous Inspiration Point. As previously reported, the best time to visit this park is actually from the month of December through February. 

6.  The Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar

This is essentially a distinctive row of striking fat-bottomed baobab trees. Located on a rugged dirt road between Belon’i Tsiribihina and Morondava in the western portion of the isle, they are said by some to be both beguiling and bizarre. These mighty centuries-old trees can grow to be approximately 30 meters tall. They are arguably photographed almost as much as the island nation’s tangerine-eyed lemurs.  

7.  Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, and Zambia

This thundering, towering waterfall found on the Zambezi River is undeniably incredible. It straddles Zambia and Zimbabwe and features cascades over 108 meters tall and 1,700 meters wide. This natural wonder is one of the largest waterfalls in the world. It is also reportedly the loudest. Additionally, it creates such a noticeable cloud of mist that the local Kalolo-Lozi people christened it Mosi-oa-Tunya, (or in English “The Smoke That Thunders”).

8.  Milford Sound, New Zealand

You will discover the fjord known as Milford Sound on New Zealand’s South Island. It is nestled amidst waterfalls and verdant rainforest. Here you may spot dolphins, penguins, and seals. Take in the view of the nearby mountains too, such as the Instagrammable Mitre Peak, which undoubtedly dominates the striking shores. You might even like rainy days here as they create a group of lovely albeit temporary waterfalls that flow down the massive mountain slopes.

9.  The White Sands National Monument, USA

The highlight of this huge national park found in Tularosa Basin in New Mexico is the impressive, rolling sand dunes. Veteran visitors say that they are so white you almost expect the ground to be cold–especially if you see other travelers sledding down these stunning slopes. These sand dunes dip and curve almost endlessly. In reality, they cover an area of 275 square miles between the Sacramento and San Andres mountain ranges.

10.  The Tower Bridge, England

There are a number of different iconic landmarks in the city of London. It also includes a few well-known bridges spanning the renowned River Thames too. The famous Tower Bridge is a Gothic Revival–style suspension bridge. Ground was broken in 1886 and it was completed in 1894. Experts say it is one of the most photographed and famous bridges in the world. Its pair of towers and striking pastel blue cables give the area an almost “fairy-tale quality” as well.