Found in the Venezuelan jungle Angel Falls is not only a stunning sight, it’s also overwhelming. At 3,211 feet it’s the largest in the world. In fact, it’s so high that water evaporates before it even reaches the ground!
With thousands of islets and hidden coves, Ha Long Bay is famous for its large monolithic limestone islands rising formidably out of the ocean.
For years it was only a poor fishing village on the Italian coast but then in 1953 John Steibeck wrote these words of the region: “”Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.” Since then tourism has exploded.
As the largest Khmer temple complex in the world, Angkor Wat’s unique and architecture and vast size are unlike anything anywhere else in the world.
This large sandstone formation located near the Arizona and Utah border is famous among hikers for its colorful, undulating forms.
Every day about 5,000 people flock out into the desert to see the Pyramids. If at all possible try to take a camel ride or even an aerial tour via helicopter.
With some of the most beautiful beaches in the world every year thousands of tourists make their way to this island nation just south of Sri Lanka.
Lying just off the Horn of Africa, this island is one of the most isolated in the world, at least in terms of it’s extremely unique flora and fauna.
A vast region of the Colorado Plateau, Monument Valley consists of a large number of sandstone buttes reaching up to 1,000 feet above the valley floor.
Although they were devastated by the Indian Ocean Tsunami in 2004 the Phi Phi Islands have still maintained their surreal beauty and are well known as the location for the filming of The Beach with Leonardo DiCaprio.