The world is a wonderful places, so here are some amazing places to visit, especially if you're a travel lover and explorer.
The Pitons: Soufriere, St. Lucia
One of St. Lucia's most iconic sites is the lush twin peaks towering directly from the Caribbean Sea. The Pitons, which are part of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pitons Management Area, have a variety of geological characteristics, such as fumaroles and hot springs, as well as historical rock engravings and extensive wildlife viewing opportunities. At over 2,600 feet, Gros Piton is the taller and easier of the two to climb, yet Petit Piton appears almost comparable in height when viewed from the north.
Santorini Caldera: Greece
Santorini is one of Greece's most popular islands, with its cliff-hanging, whitewashed homes against the stunning Aegean Sea backdrop. But what makes this island truly unique is its caldera, a mostly submerged crater produced by a volcanic explosion in 1600 BC that covers a huge portion of the island. Spend the sunset in Oia admiring the stunning views of the caldera and other volcanic islands from the ancient ruins of the Agios Nikolaos castle.
Plitvice Lakes National Park: Croatia
Croatia's largest national park has stunning natural splendour, with 16 cascading lakes and unusual tufa barriers. Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, attracts nature lovers with its surreal travertine formations, lush woods, gushing waterfalls, and tranquil alpine lakes. You can take a 2.5-hour bus from Zagreb's airport to the park, join a small group tour or rent a car to explore the area on your own.
Wadi Rum Protected Area: Jordan
The Wadi Rum environment in southern Jordan combines natural and cultural history. This 450-square-mile desert area's natural features include arches, gorges, cliffs, and more, and rock engravings and other archaeological remnants attest to 12,000 years of human life. Today ,villagers welcome visitors to their goat-hair tents and conduct camel rides to witness the area's desert sunsets, mile-high sandstone pillars, and ancient petroglyphs while sharing their culture.
Mount Toubkal: Atlas Mountains, Morocco
Mount Toubkal is a somewhat difficult trip in the Atlas Mountains, but its summit in Toubkal National Park highlights the rough beauty of North Africa's greatest peak. Rather than staying in Marrakech, which is around 50 miles away, experience local Berber culture in the modest Kasbah du Toubkal, an inn in the nearby village of Imlil. The property was utilised to symbolise the Tibetan monastery where the Dalai Lama sought refuge in Martin Scorsese's film "Kundun."