5 most beautiful places in the world to visit before you die

Once in a while, you want to get out there and disentangle yourself from your daily hassles as well as the working environment. At such moments, the least you can do is to find a great place where you can relax either by yourself or with your family. To help you relax, we have put together a list of some of the best places you need to visit in your lifetime. These places are not only great tourist destinations but also so beautiful that they will take your breath away. Here are the 5 most beautiful places in the world to visit before you die:  

White Haven

                                       Whitsunday Islands

White Haven is known for its beautiful white sands. The beach stretches for 7 kilometers along Whitsunday Island and was recently named as the top Eco-Friendly Harbor of the world by CNN.com. It boasts of brilliant white silica sand that is among the cleanest in the world.

You can access the beach via a boat from Airlie Beach or Shute Harbor as well as Hamilton Island. Here, canines and cigarette smoking are prohibited.

When you sink your feet into or wade into the warm, azure waters with gently rocking waves at White Haven, you will eventually realize why visitors come from all over the globe to this tourist destination.

Arang Kel, Neelum Valley – Kashmir, Pakistan
Arang Kel, Neelum Valley a breath-taking, lush green village in Kashmir, Pakistan is among the 5 most beautiful places in the world to visit before you die. The village is close to the spot where Shounter Nallar joins river Neelum before proceeding to Gilgit Agency over the Shandur Pass. Arang Kel is 155 kilometers from Muzaffarabad with an altitude of 6,879 feet above sea level. The valley is a great tourist site and is at its best during summer.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

                                            Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Victoria Falls is an amazing and breath-taking fall located between the North border of Zimbabwe and Zambia. The falls are on the Zambesi River. Though Victoria Falls is not the highest or the biggest waterfall in the world, its breathtaking ability is what make it a unique place. The fall is 2 kilometers wide and 354 feet high.

The fall was named Victoria Falls by David Livingstone, the Scottish explorer who was the first person from Europe to visit the site. Traditionally, the locals called it “Mosi-oa Tunya” which translates into “thundering smoke” due to the mighty thundering of the rushing water and mist which can be seen from 20 kilometers away.
Reaching Victoria Falls is quite cheap. You can opt to take a train or a bus.

The Great Barrier Reef, Australia

                                           The Great Barrier Reef, Australia
It is the world’s largest reef system and occupies more than 900 islands. The Great Barrier Reef is 2600 kilometers long and is even visible from space.

Apart from being one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, the ecosystem abounds with marine life including many endangered species. Visitors to this incredibly beautiful coral reef can engage in fishing, snorkeling and sailing.

Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye, Scotland

                                                 Fairly Pools, Scotland
The Fairy Pools are among the 5 most beautiful places in the world to visit before you die. They are located in Scotland and are part of the stream originating from the Glen Brittle forest. The area surrounding the pools is serene and breath-taking. In addition, you can swim in the pools, however, the water is usually cold even during the hot months.

Apart from backpacking and swimming in the pools, visitors to the site interact with wildlife and rare plants.