Nature Trips

5 of the World’s Best Places Nature Lovers Need to Visit at Least Once

With so many places that showcase the spectacular beauties and wonders of the natural world, choosing a nature travel destination can be a real challenge. Here are some of the world’s best places you need to visit and why you should go.

Banff, Canada
This picturesque town in Alberta is located at the stunning Banff National Park. It is a popular tourist destination known for its breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains, hot springs, and wide array of outdoor activities and attractions. It is also a great jump-off point for those who are planning to explore Banff National Park known for its magnificent nature scenery that includes lush forests, snow-capped mountain peaks, and beautiful lakes including the magnificent Lake Louise.

As concerns about climate change grow, one of the challenges many nations face is how to lower their carbon emission levels. But there is one country that not only achieved the amazing feat of being carbon neutral. It has even surpassed it by being the only carbon negative nation in the world. Bhutan is a small country located deep in the Himalayas sandwiched between China and India. Visiting this place offers a glimpse into the daily life of people who live surrounded by the sublime beauty of nature and how protecting the environment is deeply embedded in the society’s consciousness.

Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
Galápagos Islands
Galápagos Islands is a bucket-list destination for many nature lovers out there for many great reasons. Consisting of several remote and isolated islands, this place is home to some of the world’s rarely scene wildlife and stunning views.

Göreme, Turkey
This town in Cappadocia is home to a spectacular landscape, ancient structures, and amazing rock formations known as fairy chimneys. Explore the Goreme Open Air Museum to see the unique and beautiful rock-cut churches some of which date back to the 10th century.

Jiuzhaigou Valley, China
Five Flower Lake
Jiuzhaigou Valley or Nine Village Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a World Biosphere Reserve. Best known for its stunning and multi-colored lakes of the bluest blues and mesmerizing turquoise waters, this place boasts verdant forests that become even more beautiful as autumn sets in as well as a wide array of wildlife and plants among others.


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