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Bahamas Atlantis

Neuschwanstein Castle / by Beata Bernat

Neuschwanstein Castle / by Beata Bernat

Hunawihr, Alsace, France

Castle Rapunzel, Munich Germany

Castle Rapunzel, Munich Germany

Golden Gate Bridge

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The gate of Angkor Thom, Cambodia

great pics: The Gate of Angkor Thom, Cambodia


Fuck Yeah Volcanoes

The Masterpiece of Architecture, La Pedrera

The Minaret of Samarra, also known as the Malwiya Minaret or Malwiya Tower is part of the Great Mosque of Samarra in Samarra, Iraq. The mosque is one of the largest in the world, and was built by the Abbasid caliph Al-Mutawakkil. The minaret was originally connected to the mosque by a bridge.

Samarra, Iraq: People visit the Spiral Minaret or ziggurat of the Great Mosque

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Cliff-side Dwellings; Ronda, Spain

The Crazy Cliff-side Dwellings of Ronda, Spain [6 Pictures]

Now that is a clifftop town. (Ronda, Spain)

Under water hotel - Dubai

Atlantis Dubai


Trolltunga by Fnuffleh on deviantART

How Much You Should Tip in 67 Countries Around the World: Never make an international fumble again. via MyDomaine

How Much You Should Tip in 67 Countries Around the World

Like to snowboard or sled? Try volcano boarding! Made up of small, penny-sized volcanic rock, Cerro Negro, an active volcano outside León, Nicaragua, has become a destination for volcano boarding—either riding or surfing down its steep slope on a wooden sled. Adventurers first must hike up the volcano’s 2,388 feet of loose rock, and then they can stand on their board like snowboarding or lie down on it like sledding, racing downhill at 30 mph.

21 Amazing Travel Experiences to Have Before You Die

Buckskin Gulch in southern Utah is the longest and deepest slot canyon (a narrow canyon formed by water rushing through rock) in the southwest U.S. and possibly the longest in the world. A visual feast, its narrow, twisting sandstone and tight squeezes have made it a landmark hiking destination. At about 20 miles, the canyon can be hiked in one (long) day, though most hikers choose to bypass the first, more strenuous leg. Due to its exposure to flash floods, it is one of America’s most dangerous hikes.

21 Amazing Travel Experiences to Have Before You Die

At 4,086 square miles, Salar de Uyuni in southwest Bolivia is the world’s largest salt flat, which formed as a result of transformations between prehistoric lakes. Extraordinarily flat with seasonal flooding, the landscape creates the illusion that you are walking on water, presenting many great photo opportunities! Salar is also a breeding ground for pink flamingos and has an antique train cemetery of abandoned 19th-century trains, which are also great tourist attractions.

21 Amazing Travel Experiences to Have Before You Die

Described as “the World Cup of wildlife,” the great migration of more than a million wildebeests, 500,000 gazelles, and 200,000 zebras from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is one of the greatest natural wonders. Taking place from July through October, the migration is high drama and immense, with animals stampeding, leaping into rivers, honing in on their prey, and giving birth. The timing of it is quite unpredictable, but if you get the chance to see it on safari, you will be among a lucky few.

21 Amazing Travel Experiences to Have Before You Die

If you’re looking for thrills and dare to be brave, getting up close and personal with a crocodile, an ancient predator that has four times the bite pressure of a great white shark, is one of the most intense experiences you can have. The Cango Wildlife Ranch in Oudtshoorn, South Africa, offers Nile crocodile cage-diving in a bite-proof cage, or you can take a private, cage-free expedition in Botswana with Big Animals Expeditions.

21 Amazing Travel Experiences to Have Before You Die

Located on the outskirts of Kyoto, Japan’s Sagano Bamboo Forest is a magical wonderland of towering, verdant bamboo stalks gently moving in the wind, eerily creaking as they collide.

21 Amazing Travel Experiences to Have Before You Die

At this low-tech tourist attraction in Baños, Ecuador, La Casa del Arbol, nicknamed “the end of the world,” non-acrophobes swing over a deep abyss below, the crater of Mount Tungurahua, an active stratovolcano. The building—a tree house—that the swing is attached to is a seismic monitoring station.

21 Amazing Travel Experiences to Have Before You Die

Located on the North Island of New Zealand, the Champagne is a terrestrial hot spring formed by a hydrothermal eruption 900 years ago. Its name derives from its abundance of flowing carbon dioxide, which causes a similar bubbling to Champagne, and its unusual colors come from mineral deposits. Water in the pool is around 163°F—swimming is not recommended.

21 Amazing Travel Experiences to Have Before You Die

Santuario de las Lajas, Basilica Church, Canyon of the Guaitara River, Colombia. Gothic Revival style. Photo by joshua royal

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Shropshire Union Canal, England...