10 Places to Visit Before You Die
The world is so full of astounding places that it is tough to choose the 10 places that you should visit before you die. Nevertheless, here are ten very unique destinations that you should not miss out in your lifetime.
1. Pangong Lake
Pagong Lake, located in Ladakh, is a visual treat with a paradisiacal appeal. It is a must visit.
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2. The Plain Jars of Laos
This place is an unsolved mystery. But for a tourist, the hundreds of stone jars sprawled on the ground are a treat to watch.
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3. Grand Canyon of Colorado
This deep gorge is beautiful and awe inspiring at the same time. Formed over 2 million years ago, the Grand Canyon is a wonder of the world.
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Sanquingshan is located in China and is covered in mist most of the year. The place looks out of the world with its high mountains, lots of streams and special vegetation. The place is sacred for the Chinese.
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Located in the lap of the Himalayas is the mighty lake of Manasarovar. Regarded as sacred by the Hindus, this place is serene and filled with spiritual energy. It is supposed to be very cleansing on the soul, mind and body.
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6. Machu Picchu
Situated in Peru, this Incan ruin is like something out of a fairytale. The city is shrouded in clouds and looks like a floating kingdom. The entire ambiance is other worldly.
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7. The Beaches of Maldives
The cluster of islands which form Maldives has some of the most tranquil beaches in the world. The white sands, turquoise waters and peaceful environment are something that you must experience.
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8. Valley of Flowers
Located in Uttaranchal in India and part of the Himalayan Ranges, the Valley of Flowers is a truly enchanting basin which is completely carpeted with a multitude of flowers. You should trek up to it to enjoy its real beauty.
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9. Rio Tinto
Rio Tinto is a river in Spain. It flows from Sierra Moreno Mountains to Gulf of Cadiz in Huelva in Spain. It is a riot of colors with the red water, green plants and the yellow sands. The redness is due to high iron content.
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10. Caño Cristales
Caño Cristales is a simple algae filled river that flows in Serrania de la Macarena Mountains of Columbia. Between September and November, the algae in the water bloom into a hundred beautiful colors and the river looks like a colorful carpet. The river is intercepted by waterfalls, which add to its stunning beauty.
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