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7 Most Inspiring Places To Visit

There’s no doubt that most people love traveling. Since humans are social in nature, they love exploring new things and visiting beautiful places. For that reason, people allocate a portion of their savings just for our travel. But with so many places and countries to visit, traveling choices and options can be overwhelming. How can you narrow down to start visiting the places and countries that matter first?

Here are some recommended inspiring places that you should visit when you decide to travel. These are must-visit destinations.

“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste it, to experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

 Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Japan

Arashiyama has a unique forest. Its bamboo groves are so beautiful and majestic to look at, especially if you traverse on the center aisle. The best time to visit this place is around April where the Spring season begins, and the ethereal beauty of cherry blossoms is at its full blast. If you miss the Spring, you can visit this tourist spot during the Fall. During December, the area will be enlightened with beautiful lanterns and parades during the night. Aside from the bamboo forest itself, you can also see other exotic places such as Togetsukye Bridge, small restaurants, and small shops.

 Giant’s Causeway, Ireland

Declared as UNESCO’s world site heritage,  Giants Causeway is popular for layered basalt polygonal columns that resulted from a volcanic eruption that took place 60 million years ago. It’s natural rock formation has attracted visitors for centuries.  The place harbors a wealth of natural history. A diversity of species can be seen along the coast of Causeway including seabirds, razorbill, fulmar, petral species, and rare plant species over the natural rock formations and cliffs.

 Myanmar, Bagan


Do you want to witness an ancient city within this modern world? Fret no more. Travel to Bagan, Myanmar! You will see around 2,000 ancient towers, pagodas, and marvel on the colors of its amazing landscape. Bagan was once the capital of the kingdom between the ninth and thirteenth centuries. Back then, there were more than 10,000 temples, monasteries, and pagodas.

 Serengeti, Tanzania, East Africa

If you want to see a vast ecosystem, then this a must-visit place! Serengeti’s ecosystem vast, covering around 30,000 square kilometers. This is home to exotic mammals that you will see nowhere else in the world. It is most popular for housing the great African safaris.

 Badlands National Park, South Dakota, USA

This national park in Dakota is infamous for its fantastic landscape of eroded ridges and ragged peaks. Even if there’s no real landmarks around this exotic loop road, there are many incredible spots and landscapes to watch while you trek around the park.

 Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Touring around the southernmost part of Costa Rica, you can unveil a breathtaking scenery and ecotourism destination. The Osa peninsula has a wild beach with an abundance of wildlife. The Corcovado National Park is a lowland tropical rain forest that is also located here.

 Niagara Falls, Canada


There’s no doubt that the North American content is rich with water resources. A living proof of that is the stunning Niagara Falls in Canada. Located on the western shore of the Niagara river, it overlooks Horseshoe Falls. Elevators take tourists to the lower and wetter vantage point. The riverbank has an observation deck and there is a promenade on the Skylon Tower that stands at 520 feet.

 Bora Bora, French Polynesia

This is a special island. It was once a volcano that subsided to form a barrier reef, which then flourished into a diverse ecosystem with pristine blue waters and a protected sanctuary of coral reefs that limit waves. Bora Bora is a celebrated island in the South Pacific. The beauty of the island is unrivaled and its fame is unwavering. Bora Bora is a place that everyone aspires to visit to experience its grandeur. 


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