5 Places In The World That You Should Place On Your Travel Wish List

People travel all over the world on vacations, getaways or business, you might fir into one of those categories, most of the time they travel to destinations that they know, or are familiar with. Maybe except for the few that seek out new and exciting adventures and places. Whatever the reason you travel, here are a few destinations that you should have on your travel dream list.

1. La Digue, Seychelles.

If you are looking to see a paradise on Earth, we may have found it in the Seychelles, specifically on the island of Digue. The beaches here are some of the best in the world and the sea is perfect for snorkeling. The best way to tour this peaceful island is to hire a bike and cycle around.

2. Marble Cathedral, Chile.

South America is a great continent for adventure lovers, so if it is on your travel bucket-list make sure to stop by the Marble Cathedral. In the heart of Chilean Patagonia, you will find two of the most unique geological formations in the world: the Chapel and the Marble Cathedral.

3. Kelimutu Volcano, Indonesia.

Every travel lover has to see a volcano at least once during their lifetime and that is why we present to you the Kelimutu Volcano in Indonesia. What makes this volcano unmissable is the presence of three multi-colored lakes which can be found at the top. Tiwu Ata Mbupu (Lake of Old People) is usually blue. Lake Tiwu Nuwa Muri Koo Fai (Lake of Young Men and Maidens) is green and Tiwu Ata Polo (Lake of the Bewitched) is red.

4. Trolltunga, Norway.

Take a hike to Trolltunga in Norway, where you can admire the outstanding natural beauty of the Ringedalsvatnet Lake from an oustanding viewpoint. Trolltunga is a rock formation which stands at an incredible 1100 meters high. This formation literally overlooks the entire lake which is 700 meters below it.

5. Zhange National Geopark, China.

The Zhange Danxia Mountains in China, are colored many different shades making the mountains truly one of the most surreal places on the planet. These colors are thanks to the sedimentary layers of rock which date back to several geological epochs, turning these mountains into a real rainbow.