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The top 10 breathtaking waterfalls in the world



The top 10 breathtaking waterfalls in the world
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The earth alone is filled with many mind-boggling and captivating destinations around the world. Nature spots take greater importance when compared with many other resources. This article will provide you with a wide range of information on the top 10 breathtaking waterfalls in the world.

Traveling is best and winsome; experiencing life in different ways breaks your monotonous routine. Of all the pleasing gifts of nature, it is no doubt that the water gushing through a great height, is like the sky on a crisp winter’s morning, glorious and elegant to the eye. The beauty of waterfalls is alone motivating enough to travel to them, to explore and have so much more fun!

1. Victoria Falls – Canada

Photo: Salah Alawadhi

Your visit to Victoria falls will surely be a stirring and remarkable journey. For every traveler around the world, Victoria falls, being one of the natural wonders of the world, is undoubtedly an excellent adventurous tour.

Experience the massive substantial force of this unique waterfall, having the greatest sheet of falling water classified as the largest; based on its width and height of 1708 meters and 108 meters respectively. The waterfall drops into the Zambezi River Gorge dropping more than 500 million liters of water per minute, can eye open many wonders of nature to you.

One special feature is that it rains all day in the Victoria rainforest.

The roaring sound of the waterfall can be heard from a distance of 40 kilometers. Having gained the name “The smoke that thunders”, Victoria falls attracts around 1 million people each year.


Helicopter flights over Victoria Falls, River boat cruises, Cultural and tram bridge tours, Rainforest walk, Picnic at the edge of the falls, Golf at elephant hills, Birding opportunities, Fly fishing and Angling, Walking with rhino, Steam train experience, High tea, and much more opportunities are opened for the travelers.

Best Time to Visit

It is best to visit the falls from January to May When the Zambezi river is at its full flow. This season will be the best opportunity for White water rafting at the falls. To visit more attractive, River boarding at the falls is one of the latest adventurous sports to hit the falls.

Taking a tour of a waterfall is one of the most picturesque experiences ever. It is one of the eye-popping admiration of nature to explore cascades of water gushing through the blue sky.

2. Iguazu Falls, Argentina, and Brazil

Iguazu Falls - Argentina, and Brazil
Photo: SF Brit, CC BY-ND 2.0

This waterfall is one of the next best breath-taking waterfalls around the world, which sits on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Parana.

The waterfall is formed from 275 waterfalls, taking the place of the largest broken waterfall in the world. The sheet of water of this waterfall draws out for over 5249 feet, and the waterfall can be reached from two main towns with each on either side of the falls.

Although swimming is debarred in all areas of Iguazu, one other interesting fact is that swimming can be done in the Iguazu Falls, but in a small waterfall that is around 4 kilometers away. It is much recommended for a 2 to 3 days stay at the falls to experience all that it has in store for its travelers.


It takes approximately 2 hours and 11 minutes to hike at Iguazu.

The main attraction of the national park of Iguazu is the Devil’s throat trail. It contains an eco truck ride that will lead you into the jungle, with a bilingual guide that will inform you about the plants and animals you can find in the rainforest. While arriving at the dock, Visitors can board their boats to experience this unique experience which can make the passengers wet and immersed while the boat rides under the falls.

Another alluring and charming activity is the Full moon walking tour where the national park opens up the opportunity to jaunt the falls by the moonlight and to watch the hundreds of cascades gushing on the argentine side. This happens for five nights each month, and each night consists of three tours. You’ll also be allowed to ride the train while experiencing solitary nocturnal life.

Apart from the train ride, moonlit bike rides are also available with a guide who will lead your way pointing out the importance of the area as well as the birds and animals homegrown to that area.

Jet boat safari; is another fun activity that is organized for you, after the ride and hike through the rainforest. Iguazu national park is home to a variety of vascular plants and wildlife such as monkeys, anteaters, jaguars, etc. Mainly the park constitutes of two individual parks one on each of the Brazilian and Argentine sides.


Helicopter rides, bird parks, sighting of more wildlife, Exploring the golden triangle where the river Iguazu and Parana meet, Touring the Idaipu Damn in Brazil, which is only second to China’s infamous three gorges, and Biking through the Iguazu rainforest are some of the well organized and eye-catching activities for which you can call it a once in a lifetime experience.

Best Time to Visit

The falls are the strongest from December to February, the weather being wet and rainy. The shoulder months of March, April, and September are considered the best months to visit the falls.

3. Niagara Falls – Canada

Niagara Falls - Canada
Photo: Ivan Torres

Taking the place of one of the greatest natural wonders of the world Niagara falls is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit to make your tour more adventurous and blissful. Having gained the name “Home of a horseshoe of waterfalls”, Niagara falls is one of Canada’s well-known, iconic tourist attractions. A visit to the falls can let you explore the sight of more than 168 million liters of water streaming over the cliffs each minute.

Wild play mist rider Zipline is one of the craziest, insane adventures you may experience from the Canadian side at Niagara Falls.

The zip line to the falls will drive you above the falls, making you feel like a thunderbolt In the sky.

Secondly, you are open to winging up over the falls on the rainbow air helicopter tour, which is undoubtedly one of the best experiences in touring Niagara falls.


Another fascinating experience for you is the jet boat tour, which will take you to a glimpse of the magnificent surroundings of the falls.

Niagara falls state park, which was the first state park in the United States opens up exciting attractions, hiking trails, interactive exhibits and restaurants, and other places you may enjoy with your family and loved ones.

The Devil’s hole state park lets you explore hiking trails, and picnic areas and even become a great spot for fishing. The visit to Niagara falls is incomplete if you do not experience the journey behind the falls, which lets you feel the powerful vibrations of the falls. This is indeed a mind-boggling and alluring experience to add to your tour life.

The whirlpool aero car takes an important role in your tour to Niagara falls. This is the oldest yet the most joyful experience at the falls.

Lace your best climbing shoes and enter the Niagara Glen Nature center which will guide you on hiking trails and educate you about the rich ecosystems in the Niagara Falls area.


You can even play around at the Whirpool Gulf Course, witness the botanical gardens and butterfly conservatories, visit the history museum, walk across the rainbow bridge, enjoy yourself at the Niagara fun wheel, meander through queen Victoria park, visit the upside-down house, the floral clock and much more by your one time visit to Niagara falls.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Niagara Falls is from June to August when summer is at its peak.

4. Angel Falls – Venezuela

Angel Falls - Venezuela
Photo: Francisco Becerro, CC BY-SA 2.0

The highest waterfall in the world, and indeed taking the place of one of the most stunning waterfalls on earth. A visit to Angel falls will drive you to a beautiful adventure that you will never forget, letting you explore alone, the beauty of the surrounding of a waterfall, while listening to the sounds of nature.

Swimming can be done at the falls when the water level is low while travelers can hike up to the top of the falls to witness the wonders of Angel falls. They can even take a boat tour or take an extensive look from helicopter flights.

An ample amount of water gushes through the mountains between May and November, as the rain keeps pouring frequently, and is the best time to visit the falls.

Another special feature is that the mist formed around the falls during the drier months can be felt from a mile away. During summer most of the water evaporates before it even touches the ground.


The animals of the region such as the jaguar, Brazilian tapir, giant anteater, and Pale throated three toed sloth can be seen and in addition howler monkeys, titi monkeys and white-faced Sakis can also be seen.

Mountain climbing, hiking, trekking, kayaking, and canoeing are also available at the falls for every traveler out there.

Visit Angel falls and experience your one-time opportunity to stand under the world’s tallest waterfall.

5. Gullfoss Falls – Iceland

Gullfoss Falls - Iceland
Photo: Scoundrelgeo, CC BY-SA 4.0

One of the most special and impressive attractions of Iceland, with an amazing, striking sight and atmosphere. Though the waterfall has a height of 32 meters, which indeed cannot be the tallest, surprisingly has a sheer volume of water gushing through, which will undoubtedly make the visitor eye-popping and mind-blowing by its power.

The considerably wide waterfall stretches up to 243 meters at its widest point. The name Gullfoss means the Golden Waterfall; perhaps due to the golden color of the water that comes into view during noon converting the waterfall’s frigid water yellow or because of the rainbow that is witnessed by the visitors when the sunlight hits the water spray.

One of the special features of this waterfall is that it is viewed from above and not the bottom, unlike other waterfalls. This impressive waterfall will not disappoint you at any cost as it will keep you astonished and mind-blowing with its unique formation.


The waterfall has an average water flow of 1400 m³/S during Summer and 80 m³/S when it’s winter. It is the largest volume waterfall in Europe making it an iconic waterfall in Iceland.

It creates beautiful scenery during winter times, and is best to grab some pictures along with your family and friends making sure that the ice that the water might form doesn’t harm anyone around!

Though from afar the waterfall could be hidden due to the enormous cliffs, only when you visit the waterfall you will realize the ample amount of water pouring down through the cliffs giving you an impression you will never forget!

Be it summer or winter, you can visit the falls any time you wish. Summer for the rainbow and winter for the glacious ice.

6. Yosemite Falls – California the US

Yosemite Falls - California the US
Photo: brandon raines

The waterfall is twice the height of the empire state building and a dozen times larger than Niagara falls consisting of a height of 2425 feet dropping to the ground.

Yosemite falls which cascade down as a white ribbon is the highest waterfall in North America and the fifth highest in the world. The waterfall is made of three cascades; Upper, Middle, and Lower.


The Yosemite national park provides travelers with many opportunities that can be explored and experienced in unique ways. Some activities are available for each season, and it’s no doubt that any time you visit Yosemite you’re still going to have fun!

Summer is the crowded season, as during these dry months is best to go on hiking and climbing. In addition, you can also engage in exploring wildlife and wildflowers in Yosemite.

The waterfall will be at its peak, the snow-white water gushes out at full force with snow melt in late spring, and is the best time for birdwatchers to plan their vacation.

Early fall is favorable for a hiking trip too. A visit in winter is great if you love snowy landscapes and the Yosemite Firefall can be experienced during February, one of the most famous natural phenomena.

Sightseeing, day hiking, snow sports, backpacking, a bike ride across the valley, bird watching, photography, stargazing, water sports, and fishing are all available for you to make your adventure more interesting and memorable.


There are National Yosemite park full-day tours, Yosemite Valley private hiking tours, and much more tours that are available to gain your maximum in your trip.

7. Plitvice Falls – Croatia

Plitvice Falls - Croatia
Photo: Rachel Claire

Sitting between Zagreb and Zadar, at the Bosnia Herzegovina border, Plitvice falls is a part of Plitvice Lakes National Park, which is also the largest national park in Croatia, Eastern Europe. The falls attract over one million tourists each year and are indeed one of the best places to go to in Eastern Europe.

The Plitvice is also known as the jewel of mountains in Central Croatia, also being made one of UNESCO world heritage. July to September, during Summer, is the best season to visit the falls with a warm temperature and bright sky. To get a sight of fall colors Autumn could be a great time too.

The forests in the park are home to bears, wolves, and many rare birds.

Swimming is debarred in Plitvice Lakes as the lakes are also used as a water body for drinking water.

The shortest hiking route along the trails of Plitvice Lakes National Park takes up to 3 hours, while the longest takes up to 8 hours. You can catch sight of beautiful scenery while hiking along these trails that will give you a solitary and peaceful mind, admiring the nature around you.


River Kayaking, White water rafting along the Una and Korana rivers, Cycling, and Renting a small row boat for 50 kilometers per hour as swimming will not be allowed are facilities that will be available for the travelers who will want to travel to Plitvice falls.

With its walking trails, boardwalks, and stunning viewpoints, Plitvice falls are the best of the types to be visited by people of all age groups.

8. Kaieteur Falls – Guyana

Kaieteur Falls - Guyana
Photo: amanderson2, CC BY 2.0

Kaieteur falls located in the Kaieteur National Park is the world’s largest single-drop waterfall sitting in a section of the Amazon Rainforest, in the Potaro Siparuni region of Guyana. The water level is at the same level at the top and bottom of the waterfall at Kaieteur Falls. The Kaieteur falls is one of the most powerful waterfalls in the world, having a height of 822 feet in total, and a flow rate of 663 m³ of water per second.

The waterfall is roughly four times the size of Niagara falls, and during the time of September to November after the rainy season is the best time to have a full glimpse of the falls. The waterfall will also keep roaring down the cascades of water, even during the time of December to April.

May to August being the rainy season is not the best time to visit as bad weather conditions may affect your tour.

The treks available to the falls are made more interesting, and adventurous and the hiking takes up to 50 minutes to complete. The water at the falls is brown due to the eroded sediment it carries.


Kaieteur falls is home to many wildlife species, a marvelous occasion for wildlife spotting. Black bearded Saki and Red-Faced Spider Monkeys are also sighted at the Kaieteur National Park while Armadillo and the Giant Otter are much more comfortable on the ground.

You may also come across highly poisonous frogs at the base of the waterfall as well as the beautiful scarlet cock of the rock bird while enjoying the falls, opening up a great opportunity for birdwatchers to engage in their leisure time in the best possible way. The wildlife species can be spotted early morning before sunrise so you may plan your trip accordingly.

Make Kaieteur falls one of your top destinations to visit. A trip to Kaieteur falls, its massive unspoiled nature can give you an experience of visiting one of the most adventurous, beautiful destinations in your life.

9. Sutherland Falls – New Zealand

Sutherland Falls - New Zealand
Photo: Javier Sánchez Portero, CC BY-SA 3.0

The waterfall is located near Milford Sound on New Zealand’s south island and is by far the mightiest waterfall in New Zealand.

Having a total height of 1904 feet, the average flow rate of the waterfall is about 11 m³ per second, falling from lake Quill in three cascades namely; Upper, Middle, and Lower.

Walks through the reserve and the adherence to eco-tourism are famous among travelers to Sutherland Falls. The waterfall is extraordinarily powerful and alluring during summer. The charming white clouds which are as white as snow above the blue water and the massive beautiful rainbow can be sighted by the hikers who visit the falls at this time of the year.


It may take about 30 minutes to hike Sutherland falls and the fall cascades down in Fiordland National Park.

You can either visit the falls on foot or through a helicopter, which will help you have a glimpse of the marvelous lake behind the quills.

Mintaro hut, MacKinnon Pass Memorial, Dumpling Hut, Mackay Falls, The chasm car park, and Lindsay and Dudleigh falls hiking areas are several top sights in Sutherland falls.

Lace your best hiking shoes and take your trip to Sutherland falls to experience the roaring sound of the cascades of water bubbling through the cliffs and branches.

10. Jog Falls – India

Jog Falls - India
Photo: SajjadF, CC BY-SA 3.0

Jog falls having gained different names such as Gerusoppe falls, Gersoppa falls, and Jogada Gundi is one of the highest waterfalls in India, having a height of 830 feet, located in the Shimoga district of Karnataka, sitting on the Dense Evergreen forest.

Rainbows can be witnessed almost all the time during the monsoon season, giving a breathtaking view of the falls. The best time to visit Jog falls is from August until December, as the monsoon season brings out the unrivaled beauty of the falls. The falls can be visited even during Summer but the waterfall will appear to be much thinner compared to the monsoon season.


Another interesting fact is that 1500 steps have been built for travelers to reach the bottom of the hill. The waterfall is formed of four cascades namely Raja, Rani, Roarer, and Rocket.

Linganamakki dam, Sharaavati Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Jog falls viewpoint, Dabbe falls, Rocket falls, Hanging bridge, Thalakala Dam, Honnemaradu which is famous for its water sports and marvelous sunset views, Gou swarga an animal shelter, Burude falls, Agumbe for Cobra snake trails and amazing waterfalls are some of the famous tourist attraction sights at Jog falls.

Both Vegan and Vegetarian dishes of South India are available at the Jog falls entrance food stalls. Pongal festival is celebrated in Shimoga and the area around Jog falls. Kannada is the main language spoken and understood in and around Jog falls.

The downward hike to Jog falls begins from the platform at the top and is the best place for pictures.

Trekking, Boating, Bird watching, Kayaking, River rafting, Photography, Laser show, Musical Karanji show, and Coracle ride are available at the falls for its travelers to make their journey the best one.


The top 10 breathtaking waterfalls in the world are a must-see in anyone’s life and it’s best to plan your adventure with a glimpse of knowledge about where you’re heading!

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18 Places That You Won’t Find On Google



18 Places That You Won't Find On Google
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Google alone is sufficient for a man to what he wants to find out, from details to images, videos, and places it provides a vast range of information to mankind. Even the most complicated of details starting from any point on Earth to our very own houses, Google maps doesn’t fail to provide. Have you been aware that there are certain places even Google Maps has kept away from the world, that many people are not aware of? This article exposes such a 18 places that you won’t find on google.

Jeannette Island

The location for Jeannette Island Russia on Google maps search will leave you with an empty on both a map view and a satellite view. Though we are not exposed to the island, it is located in the Eastern Siberian Sea. It’s also mentioned that the island consists of a hidden Russian military base.

House of Ariel Castro

Aerial Castro is the man who kept three young women in his residence in Cleveland for a time of a decade. To hide this awful crime, not a single sight of his crime should be found, which is the case of this man Arial Castro.

Marcoule Nuclear Site

If it ever interested you to turn your attention towards what’s happening in the Marcoule Nuclear Site, you’ll fail to find out as the entire nuclear site will be exposed and pixelated on Google Maps. This is done at the request of the French Government.

Being France’s top nuclear facility, the Marcoule Nuclear Site consists of two tritiums-producing nuclear reactors.


The yard of orange trees Almeira

Located on the South East Coast of Spain is the city of Almeira, and researching this particular place on google maps is going to give you a mystery to find out. You will witness a large part of the city that is called the Yard of orange trees blurred out. In reality, a government office and a courthouse are situated within the square, to which only visitors are allowed.

Minami Torishima Airport

Run under the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, this one-runway airport is located in Japan. This destination is neither blurred nor pixelated on google maps but the airport is over-saturated in white.

Being located on the off-east coast of Japan and being used by the Japan Maritime self-defense force could be the reason for this.

Faroe Islands

In between Norway and Iceland on the Atlantic Ocean are the Faroe islands. They consist of 18 volcanic islands becoming a part of the kingdom of Denmark. While parts of the islands are clear, some other parts seem to be obscured on maps.

The island comprises plenty of sea birds while each island is connected through tunnels, causeways, bridges, ferries, etc. The island also consists of mountains, valleys, and heathland.

North Korea

Researching this country on google maps will result in you with a part of the country’s western shore blurred. The country is known to be too private, it isn’t something to be surprised that a section of the country is blurred.

South Korea

West of its capital Seoul, South Korea has a blurred-out section along the West Coast.


The Oval Office

The oval office is where the president of the United States does his work. The White House of The United States can be seen clearly on Google maps, but the Oval Office is colored white.

The swimming pool of the White House though looks extremely elegant and inviting.

Sandy Island

A search for Sandy Island on Google maps will result in you blue-green blobs covering three islands. Sandy island is located off Australia‘s North-East coast.

First discovered in the late 1700s by Captain James Cook, the island was visible on google maps for 200 years, before the sections started blurring out on the maps.

Cattenom Nuclear Power Plant

Constructed from 1979 to 1991, Cattenom Nuclear Power Plant is the ninth largest Nuclear power station in the world. Located close to the city of Luxembourg, the entire area is pixelated when you search on google maps.

Kos International Airport

The airport located in Greece is operated by Fraport AG, while operations are carried out by Swissport charters an airline that brings sightseers to Kos Island.
The airport is mostly active during Summer.

Kalymnos Island National Airport

Located in Greece on the island of Kalymnos, the airport is completely pixelated on Google maps.


Amchitka Island

This has been the site for underground nuclear tests in the late 1950s. Searching for this island in the Aleutian chain will result in you with more than half the island blurred on the map. Three underground nuclear tests have been conducted on the island namely long shot, marrow, and cannikin. Cannikin is the largest underground nuclear test conducted by the United States of America.

Seattle Mayor’s House

eattle Mayor Jenny Durkan’s residence is blurred on Google map street view due to her work as a district attorney. Furthermore, protesters marched to Mayor Jenny Durkan’s home on the 28th of June 2020.


Located in Russia, certain buildings in the city of Butyn within the Moscow Oblast appear to be white and certain others are overdrawn in white as though they had been scratched out thoroughly. The reason for this is still unknown.


The two houses situated on Princeport Road is blurred on google street view since 2009. The house is located exactly in the Tilery area of Stockton on tees, and it is said that the owner of the house stated in a local newspaper that she has been living in the house since 2000 and has no idea as to why it’s invisible on google maps.

A neighborhood in Taipei

Though the neighborhood in Taipei can be seen clearly, when you start zooming in it blurs out. The reason for the blurred effect might be due to the U-shaped building consisting of a red roof, one of the facilities of the republic of China Air force.

Among such places that are hidden from the eye of the man could be a mystery or something less than that. However, it is interesting to have gained some knowledge on that!


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Top 10 Cheapest Countries To Visit In 2023



Top 10 Cheapest Countries To Visit In 2023
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Travelling makes you embrace new cultures, lifestyles, languages, fashion, food, surroundings, and much more. Some travel for business purposes while some travel because they simply love to explore new ideas and views. This article provides you with a glimpse of the top 10 cheapest countries to visit in 2023 you may visit.


Thailand being a South Asian, Buddhist country is renowned especially for its tropical beaches, Buddhist temples, magnificent palaces, delicious dishes, martial arts, and extraordinary places, and succeeds in attracting many tourists from all around the globe.

Bangkok is Thailand’s capital, It must say that the North of Thailand is comparatively cheaper than the South of Thailand, and Thailand is indeed a very affordable travel destination for anyone around the globe.

Travelers can have a wonderful time visiting Thailand and exploring its famous places even on a backpacker’s budget.

Pattaya City, located in Thailand is one the most famous beach destinations around the world, while it used to be a charming, picturesque, calm fishing village. It has a wide range of luxury resorts, and flawless and famous beaches such as Hat Sai Kaew, Koh Samet Beach, etc. That wouldn’t ever fail to give the visitors a marvelous sight and experience.

Chiang Rai is another popular Thai city that you must explore on your visit to Thailand. Trekking is available in the National park Lam Nam Kok and is one of the most famous activities out there.

Thailand tropical beaches

The city is also filled with marvelous waterfalls, forests, and tribal villages.
Krabi is a beautiful province made with a constitution of more than 200 islands and is even home to many beaches in Asia. Railay beach, Phi Phi islands are jaw-dropping amazing views that can take your breath away!

Kayaking and sailing are quite famous sports over here.

( Photo by Ricardo Flores )


In addition, Phuket is well renowned for its rich and wonderful beaches and Wat Chalong Buddhist temple, Chiang Mai town is filled with tropical rainforests providing hiking opportunities for travelers where the Doi Inthanon National Park,
Doi Suthep, and Wat Phra That Doi Suthep are famous, Koh Samui consisting of incredible beaches, Bangkok; The buzzing capital of Thailand that is well popular for its sparkling, vibrant nightlife, and Ayutthaya which was the capital of Thailand during the 14th century that allows visitors to the Ayutthaya Historical Park, also considered a UNESCO heritage site, Lumphini park, Wat Rong Khun (White temple) are some of the attractive, mind-boggling top destinations you may visit on your trip to Thailand.


Vietnam Photo by Vi Cuong Nguyen

Vietnam is a Southeast Asian country that is famous for its ruins, rivers, rice terraces, beaches, Buddhist pagodas breathtaking landscapes, and cities.

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam. Apart from all the breathtaking views of Vietnam, the country must be visited due to its ancient history, manifold diverse culture, historic attractions, ancient traditions, old temples, and beguiling landscapes.

Vietnam is a very affordable destination, and an inexpensive country to start a living,

as their standard of living is low. Almost everything in the country costs less than half the price in countries in the West making it very cheap compared to many other Southeast Asian countries. In such an inexpensive country, the most expensive city is Ho Chi Minh City, along with Hanoi, where the living of a couple to have a fine middle-class life would cost $1300 a month.

Some of the breathtaking views of Vietnam that you may enjoy are stated below.

Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay
Photo by Ngoc Vuong

Also known as the Bay of descending dragons, is inclusive of 1600 islands and islets, topped by rainforests and thick jungle vegetation providing a breathtaking seascape of limestone pillars.

Some of these islands include enormous caves while some consist of lakes, and support floating villages of fishermen. Scuba diving, rock climbing, and hiking are very much popular in this region. Starting from September until November, and from March to May is the best time to get an experience of Ha Long Bay. Ha, Long Bay is even great for stand-up paddle boarding.


Sa Pa Terraces

Sa Pa Terraces
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A town in North-western Vietnam that is prominent for its immaculate unspoiled rice terraces, fine, refreshing mountain atmosphere, and a group of ethnic minorities.

Marvelous hillsides and smaller ethnic villages can be explored by taking up the trekking opportunity that will take you through the region.

Con Dao Islands

Con Dao Islands
Photo by Ben

In ancient times in history, this is where thousands of prisoners of war were kept and was then known as the “Devil’s island of Indochina”, under French rule. Though it was used for such a purpose in ancient history, today it is well known for its wonderful beaches, scuba diving, and snorkeling spots. Some of the prisoner’s buildings too can be sighted in this group of sixteen islands that are located off the southern coast.

Marble mountains are charming and breathtaking being home to a variety of countless caves, while some house Buddhist sanctuaries, Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral has European architecture while many materials have been imported from France, The virgin Mary, stained glass panels, and carved tiles give an astonishing view, Tam Coc also known as the three caves, Hang Că, Hang Hai and Hang Ba being the areas main attracting views where guided boat tours take place to the caves, My Khe Beach also known as “China Beach”, is famous for its rich white sand, blue water, and bright sunny skies, Hang Son Doong Cave one of the largest caves in the world making it the largest in Vietnam, Temple of Literature in Hanoi, Cham Islands, etc some of the places that will make you enjoy your trip to Vietnam!

Nepal is one of the most famous, renowned travel destinations for backpackers as they travel on a very limited budget. The cost of staying at luxury hotels in Nepal starts from 120 USD and is said to be one of the cheapest destinations to travel to.

Having a diverse ethnic group, culture, and language, Nepal consists of stunning landscapes, the highest and deepest lakes, the highest valley, and many more.

High hill trekking is done in Nepal during Autumn and Spring, while sightseeing tours, bungee jumping, jungle safari where you can spot wildlife species, and low land hiking are done in all seasons except during monsoon.


Rock climbing, canoeing, and zip lining are famous sports in Nepal.
Boudhanath Stupa, Chitwan National Park, Poon Hill, Janaki Mandir, Bhaktapur, Phewa Lake, Pokhara, and Patan Palace Square are some of the top sights you may enjoy exploring on your trip to Nepal, which has the only triangular flag in the globe.


Indonesia; is the largest country in Southeast Asia, between the Indian and Pacific oceans. The country made up of 17 504 islands, is one of the cheapest countries to travel to and to make a living in!

Indonesia has a wide variety of adventure activities letting you have a view of the ancient temples across the country, hiking volcanoes, and diving into pristine unspoiled water.

Bali is the best tourist attraction spot in Indonesia which is most popular for its marvelous beaches, and Kuta is the most prominent beach in Bali, letting you experience surfing while Sanur is famous for its water sports. Gilli Islands which attracts many tourists and backpackers has beaches that surpass the picturesque beauty of the beaches in Bali, which will give the visitors a soothing and relaxing mind enjoying their vacation on the blue water. It even provides opportunities such as snorkeling in the turtle industry, diving, kayaking, and yoga too!

Komodo National Park where you can see Komodo dragons who are very much famous and are the talk of the town here can be sighted.

Bali - Photo by Alex Azabache

Pink beach on Komodo island and hiking, snorkeling, and canoeing are adventure options available too.

Sacred monkey forest, the forest located near Padangtegal, where animals such as long-tailed macaques, which are a species of monkeys commonly sighted in Southeast Asia can be sighted.

Mount Bromo is well known for its irresistible and incredible view, where the top blew off in an eruption of which white smoke can still be seen and can also be sighted in Indonesia.

Lake Toba is one of the natural wonders of Indonesia, Mount Krakatau is Indonesia’s most famous volcano, which erupted in 1883, Raja Ampat is a combination of a variety of islands and cays, Gunung Rinjani is one of Indonesia’s top famous volcanoes Pura Tanah Lot one of the most famous temples, etc. are some of the top sights that may pull your heart much closer to Indonesia.


Photo by Alex Azabache

The country lying partly in Asia and Europe, with scenery that never fails to impress is much special due to its unique, spectacular geographic position. The country is famous for its variety of oriental and European elements, carpets, hammam a Turkish bath, historical sites, and pleasing sweet treats such as Baklava and Turkish delights.

Istanbul, the only city in the world that straddles two continents namely Europe and Asia, and Cappadocia are famous destinations in the country. Turkey has the highest tea consumption per capita in the world.

If you’re planning on a vacation, Turkey is one of the best places to go to!
Here’s why!


One of the main factors if you’re planning on traveling on a low budget, is that Turkey is one of the cheapest destinations you can reach. This is inclusive of flights and accommodations too. Though traveling to the country is considered cheap, it still provides the most comfortable luxuries.

Traveling by bus is the cheapest mode of transportation in Turkey for both short and long distances. A ride in a bus provides you with free Wi-Fi, and a snack and is fully air-conditioned. The average price of a meal in Istanbul starts from 20 roughly up to 50 Turkish Liras.

Turkey is world famous starting from Hagia Sophia; the most popular tourist attraction in the country to the hot air balloon rides in Cappadocia which you may have to book way early on your trip to Turkey, due to the large crowd for this world-famous activity.

Ephesus is a city consisting of colossal monuments and inclusive of marble-columned roads. A visit to the city will give you a feeling of how life would have been at the time of the golden age of the Roman empire.

Cappadocia is famous for its marvelous unique rock formations which also provide you with an opportunity for hot air balloon rides. Starting from the latter bit of April until June, and months of September and October are best to visit as the weather can be perfect for air balloon rides.

Pamukkale; The Cotton Castle which is prominent and popular for its white terraces made of Travertine, which were formed through the evaporation of the calcareous thermal water from the springs has Calcium coated cliffs and pools and is situated in South Western Turkey. This is one of the best tourist attractions in the country, which will keep you wondering about its beauty throughout the day.

The blue mosque is another top sight that you may explore on your trip to Turkey. It is one of the top tourist attraction sites due to its diverse tradition and the significant importance given to the Ottoman Empire and Istanbul. You can observe the architectural beauty of the mosque which is filled with blue tiles having walls of interior design, visit the mosque!


Historical landmarks such as Galata tower, Basilica Cistern, Mount Nemrut mosques such as Kariye mosque, and Suleymaniye mosque, colloquial areas such as Cappadocia, and places such as Istanbul, Antalya, etc. are some of the top sights in Turkey.


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Manila is the country’s capital, and Quezon City is the most famous city in the Philippines. The Philippines is also one of the cheapest travel destinations, which attracts many tourists.

The cheapest products in the Philippines are dairy products, meat, cigarettes, and alcohol while rice, bread, vegetables, and fruits are also cheap compared to other countries.

Having the world’s longest underground river, rice terraces, amazing diving spots, lively festivals, the feature of more volcanoes than towns, and much more makes the Philippines spectacular from the rest of the world.

Having more than 175 languages in the country, the Philippines is made up of 7641 islands.

White Beach in Boracay is the most popular beach in the Philippines and provides you with plenty of boating opportunities, water sports, and snorkeling.

Shipwreck diving, Coron is another famous tourist site that lets you explore sunken ships, with suitable depths for both scuba divers and shallow water snorkeling.

Mayon Volcano, having a perfect cone peak, and being an active stratovolcano of which the elevation is greater than 2400 meters is a must-visit site in the Philippines. Travelers can request a hike, while cautious advice is given considering trekking through the forest to be a difficult task and as dangerous gasses are emitted near the peak of the volcano.

The chocolate hills that are green most of the year turning into brown during the dry season, going on the Underground river tour to Puerto Princesa, Island hopping, Ride in a Jeepney, Bird watching, Pagsanjan falls, Coral garden, etc. are some of the top sights you may explore in Philipines.


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Kuala Lumpur is the capital of this country situated in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious country.

Planning your tour with much awareness can make your visit to Malaysia a cheap destination to travel to, as Malaysia though a cheap destination is not as cheap as countries like Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. However, Malaysia is cheap compared to countries like Singapore.

Malaysia is a country that is surrounded by water and is constitution on 99 large islands.


Crude oil, palm oil, tin, and rubber production is done in the country and exported as well. Malaysia is world famous, especially for its historical structure, adventure activities, shopping, Malaysian Batik, mountains, pristine beaches, marine life, and apes.

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Visiting Kuala Lampur, diving in the Perhentian islands, visiting George town, hiking mount Kinabalu national park, touring the tea plantations, going wildlife spotting, diving Sipadan islands, visiting Taman Negara National park, relaxing at Pulau Langkawi; its white sandy beaches and warming sunshine, white water rafting, touring Borneo to have a sight of the only great apes found in Asia – Orangutans, visiting the Malaysian temples, jungle trekking, etc. are some of the best activities to explore in Malaysia.

Petronas Twin Towers, the world’s tallest twin towers in world is one of the most attractive iconic spots in the country, that is inclusive of 88 floors.

Langkawi Malaysia’s most popular tropical attraction renowned for its white beach sand is another wonderful spot to be in! You can even observe magnificent mountains and rainforests that you cannot take your eyes off from!

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Melaka city the unofficial historic capital of Malaysia is popular for its breathtaking sights and wealthy heritage.

Gunung Mulu National Park, Legoland, Batu caves, and Genting highlands are some of the attractive spots too!


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Another travel destination that is cheap to travel to when considering flights and accommodations in Cuba. Though considered cheap it can be more expensive than countries like Mexico or Central American Nations.

Cuba, being a tropical Caribbean island is a popular tourist site famous for its pristine beaches, old architecture, buildings, glimmering coral reefs in the turquoise water, vintage cars, and much more.

A visit to Old Havana, lets you explore what life would have been like 200 years ago in Cuba.

Known as Habana Vieja, is a UNESCO world heritage site that includes Plaza de La Catedral, Catedral de san Cristobal are some attractive sights that may keep you wondering about its beauty.


Varadero Cuba’s most popular pristine beach destination that is made up of white sand that steals your attention draws many tourists to the site. This also has its famous ecological park, and it’s two caves.

Paddling in a lake on rowboats, in Parque Josone which is filled with lavish flower gardens, and a restaurant with a swimming pool is another interesting factor, while diving, snorkeling, deep sea fishing, golf, skydiving, and day trips are available in Varadero.

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Trinidad highlights the Church and Monastery of Saint Francis, the museum of colonial architecture, the art gallery, Palacio Brunetan; an awe-inspiring, magnificent home that was built in 1812 having marble floors featuring original frescoes are one of the other sights in the country.

Scenic wonderful sceneries of green sugarcane fields, palm trees, and beautiful views of mountains can be sighted in Trinidad either through a ride on horseback or drive.

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Cayo Coco, one of the most picturesque yet most isolated beaches in Cuba, Baracoa, the oldest city in the country, Fusterlandia Museum, and Vinales are some of the top sights you may visit in Cuba.


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Poland, a country in central Europe, is known as one of the cheapest countries to plan your tour to in the European Union. It is so much cheaper for anyone traveling from the United States.

This destination has lush, awe-inspiring, beautiful mountains, lakes, rivers, beaches, forests, national parks, natural gems, and rugged coastlines giving us all a spectacular view.

Taking yourself on a tour of the Crooked Forest located in Poland is another level of experience!

The trees growing here have the shape of an odd “C” letter, making you marvel at their beauty.


Bieszczady Mountains is the best hiking spot in Poland giving you a jaw-dropping stunning view making you fall for the beauty of Poland over and over again.

Morskie Oko in the Tetra mountains, the largest lake within the Tetra region gives you a glimpse of an irresistible wonder of the world.
Rysy peak is one of the popular places to go hiking, which will reveal to you the dazzling beauty of Morskie Oko along with its marvelous surrounding.

Bialowieza National Park which is famous for its virgin forest, Beskid Wyspowy, Masurian lake districts, and Eagles Nest Landscape parks are some of the top sights you may enjoy on your trip to Poland!


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Of all countries in Southeast Asia, Cambodia is comparatively the cheapest of all to take a tour to!

It is a country that is still developing, and that is one of the main reasons the country is cheap compared to other developed nations.

It is popular among visitors, especially for its ancient temples, extremely royal palaces, wonderful beaches, etc. Food in Cambodia is extremely cheap, and even accommodations; this makes it easy for any backpacker to travel to this destination as he/she will be traveling to a particular country based on its friendly budget.

Kampot is one of the most charming destinations you can visit on your trip to Cambodia, providing a picturesque view of the colonial structures in the city.

You can have a glimpse of beautiful waterfalls, explore boating on the river, and have a look at the ancient ruins.

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Visiting Kratie during winter is the best to have a view of the French colonial buildings, the dolphins and the sunset at the Mekong river are famous too!

Sihanoukville is a snorkeling and kayaking spot, while you can enjoy windsurfing at Otres beach.

Siem Reap is popular for its ancient ruins, Koh Ker a tourist-attracting temple famous in Cambodia, Koh Rong has several beaches that will give you a great time of adventure, and snorkeling at The Rabbit Island is some of the best things you can explore on your trip to Cambodia.

Stated above are only some of the cheapest countries to travel to while there are many on the list!

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The Top 9 Wildlife Destinations in the World



The Top 9 Wildlife Destinations in the World
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There are travelers of all types: the ones who travel for adventure, the ones looking for relaxation, some who may want a break from their monotonous daily routine to the ones who may love to explore, collect memories and go on a safari to spot wildlife! Starting from the icy realm of Antarctica to the jungle of Madagascar below is Discover planet’s wind-up of the top 9 wildlife destinations in the world.


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An area that is remote, icy, and far beyond giving the feeling of standing at the edge of the world, is a place where you rarely see humans but plenty of animals rambling around.

You can enjoy breathtaking views of wildlife, at this destination. You may have a look at leopard seals feeding, experience the joy of walking amongst a major number of penguins, or even watch playful Orcas cruising alongside.

You will also have a marvelous experience of nature and its adventure through the pods of whales, elephant seals, fur seals, and penguins surrounding you the moment you enter the Antarctic waters.


Galapagos Island
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The set of islands separated from the mainland is formed by volcanoes: and is a million years old. Wild animals have landed on the islands by air and sea. They slowly adapted to the surrounding environment of the islands and have now become species that can be found only on Galapagos Islands and nowhere else on Earth.

97% of the land is National Parks and a visit to the islands will let you explore sea lions lying on the streets taking majesty, and even massive lizards swimming around your boat giving you a once-in-a-lifetime amazing experience!

Ecuador decides and limits the number of people who may live and come as tourists. This is also one of the best and most unspoiled places on the Earth, especially due to its conservation efforts and protection laws.


Photo by Dianne Faye Magbanua

Having around 2 million visitors per year, Kenya is one of the most favored travel destinations in East Africa. The precisely varied country is loaded with wildlife, starting from the Big Five: African elephant, lion, leopard, Cape buffalo, and rhinoceros that roam its savannas to the marine species settled on their coastline.
A visit to Maasai Mara one of the most renowned best safari parks in the world will let you meet the big five if you time your trip to the annual migration.

You will be given the opportunity of feeding baby elephants at the orphanage in Nairobi or hang out with the largest living terrestrial animal: giraffes at the giraffe center. Furthermore, moving into Nairobi National Park will let you drive beside wild rhinos and wildebeests in a trice.


Costa Rica
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The country filled with lavish rainforests, beautiful beaches, and volcanoes is one of the other best destinations for wildlife. The central American country has it all such as the Howler monkeys, Anteaters, Sloths, and green tree frogs.

Costa Rica is home to many safe and protected National parks in the world, ensuring a safe, bright, and enlightened future for the animals.

The biodiversity and environmental consciousness of the country is a mind-boggling factors within the country. The country attracts around 1.7 million tourists each year and is a great wildlife preservative.


Madagascar Jungle
Photo By Gaspar Zaldo

Remote and outlying, having been isolated from the African Continent million years ago, Madagascar is an alluring paradise hidden and little known to the world outside.

Madagascar, famous for its Lemurs has remarkable wildlife. Lemurs can be spotted almost everywhere in a trice in Madagascar.

The most famous amongst them all is the ring-tailed lemur, well known for its intelligence. It is considered to be the most intelligent of them all. Verreaux Sifaka has an amazing talent for dancing sideways, and the smallest primate in Madagascar is the tiny grey mouse lemur.


Polar Bears
Photo by Robert Anthony Carbone

This is the land for Polar Bears making it their kingdom. You can spot dozens of polar bears in your surrounding much more than humans.

Apart from Polar bears, this jagged isolated land of glaciers is home to seals, whales, reindeer, and Arctic foxes.

You may also experience unusually marvelous episodes on your journey like a herd of polar bears feeding on a whale carcass, harp seals with their calves floating on ice sheets, and bulls of walruses stacked up to one another.


South Africa
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Having been home to many historical sites: that has to lead to a major turning point in world history, South Africa is one of the most diverse countries that can even be called a biodiversity hotspot with unique and spectacular biomes, plants, and wildlife.

You will be allowed to go on a wildlife safari in Kruger, the largest wildlife national park in the country. A visit to Boulders beach will expose you to witness the enchanting African penguin colony, while you can explore cage shark diving in Gansbaai town in South Africa and even experience seal snorkeling in Cape town!
For any wildlife lover, South Africa is heaven on planet Earth!



Australia consists of plants and animals that are spectacular and unique from the rest of the world. It is stated that more than 80% of species such as frogs, mammals, and reptiles are unique only to Australia and cannot be found anywhere else on Earth.

On your visit to most of the parks and reserves, you may witness the most famous species in Australia: Kangaroos hopping here and there of their free will, koalas swinging and holding on to Eucalyptus trees, wombats sleeping while snoozing in their bushes, and emus strolling and lingering leisurely.

Two of the most famous and best wildlife spots in Australia are Kangaroo Island and Rottnest Island while there is so much more to add to the list!


Mountain Gorilla
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Uganda is world famous for mountain gorillas, one of the most endangered animals on the planet. You can experience the wonderful feeling of coming so much closer to an animal so giant with no cage in between.

It is stated that 60% of the mountain gorillas left in the world are in Uganda.
Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Uganda are the only places you can see mountain gorillas. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is the best place to visit, for a gorilla trekking tour. Though you get to spend only an hour with the gorillas it is truly a thrilling, delightful, and overwhelming experience.

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