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Would you like to go around the world on foot? Some tourists did this. Do not miss the most interesting places
Aogashima Volcano, Japan. The island of the same name Aogashima was formed as a result of volcanic activity. The volcano has not erupted since 1700, but is still considered active. About 200 people live right next to the crater. To see all the beauty of this place, you need to go to the very peak - more than 430 meters above sea level. True, the island can only be reached by helicopter or boat.
Great Barrier Reef. You can watch the Great Barrier Reef from the air or go diving in the immediate vicinity. Sea lovers will be delighted. If you don't like to dive, it's okay - you can go to sea on a boat with a transparent bottom, so you can see with your own eyes the diverse fauna under water. The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef. It includes 900 islands in the Coral Sea and about 3 thousand individual reefs.
Tianzi Mountain, China. Tianzi Mountain is one of the four most famous scenic areas of Wulingyuan Nature Reserve. The peak of Tianzi is located in the middle of the "golden triangle" at an altitude of 1,260 meters. This is a place of beautiful waterfalls, mysterious caves, picturesque forests and a rich wildlife. For those who are afraid to overcome the path through the forests on their own, there are cable cars. They can quickly climb to the top of the mountain.
Shifen Waterfall, Taiwan. The Shifen waterfall is called by the locals little Niagara because of the similar cascading form. Shifen is located between two rocks, so the crash of falling water can be heard for many kilometers. All slopes are covered with dense vegetation. Magnificent landscapes, a rainbow over the stream, unusual animals - this is what attracts tourists to this place.
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Fort Chittorgarh, India. Chittorgarh, the capital of the former Kingdom of Mewar, is located on the banks of the Gambiri River in the Rajasthan region. Fort Chittorgarh, from which the city got its name, is a symbol of Rajput pride and valor. It consists of 22 reservoirs, palaces, towers and temples. In addition, Chittorgarh is located on 700 acres of land and stands on a 180-meter high hill - the view is extraordinary.
Solovki, Russia. Three or four days are not enough for a trip to Solovki - there are so many attractions, monuments of ancient architecture that are worth seeing. We recommend that you visit the Solovetsky Monastery, visit Cape Beluga and observe belugas that look like albino dolphins, go to the Solovetsky hermitages, see the mysterious labyrinths on Cape Labyrinths. Getting to Solovki is not easy, but it's worth it.
Big Blue Hole, Belize. The big blue hole in Belize is a round karst funnel with a diameter of 305 meters, extending to a depth of 120 meters. You can look at this natural wonder either from a helicopter (the panorama opens up amazing) or from the inside (this is a popular place among divers). Jacques-Yves Cousteau included the Big Blue Hole in his list of the top 10 diving sites in the world.
Petra, Jordan. The oldest city of Petra, built before our era, lost in the sand, is still amazing. Its inhabitants at one time learned not only to extract water in the desert, but also masterfully knew how to work with stone. Therefore, after many centuries, more than half a million tourists annually come to Jordan to see with their own eyes the magnificent buildings testifying to the glorious past of Petra.
Cathedral Bay, New Zealand. Cathedral Bay is considered one of the most interesting sights of the Coromandel Peninsula, a famous tourist spot on the North Island of New Zealand. Clear water, white sand, beautiful cliffs - the perfect place for a romantic picnic. The Twelve Apostles, Australia. If you ever find yourself in Australia, be sure to look at the rocks that are called the Twelve Apostles. True, today out of the twelve, only eight can be seen: in 2005 several rocks collapsed. This is because they are not made of stone, but of limestone, which does not withstand the effects of erosion.
Antelope Canyon, USA. Due to the bizarre shape of the rocks and soft lighting, Antelope Canyon is a favorite place for photographers. It got its name because of the unusual color of the striped rocks, they are somewhat reminiscent of the color of the antelope. You can visit the canyon only with a guide and not in the rainy season: at this time there is a great danger of flooding.
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