5 Most Mind-Blowing Travel Experiences On Earth

Life isn’t about the amount of breaths you take but the amount of moments that take your breath away; that’s what life should all be about. Luckily, this is becoming more and more people’s philosophies. People no longer just want experiences; they want the best experiences the world has to offer, those experiences that make their heart skipped three beats and their eyes widen to the size of a windscreen on a bus.

That is why we have come up with the ultimate list of must-have travel experiences, the kind that is so awesome they will feel surreal. Seriously. These will blow your mind.

Galapagos Islands

A series of volcanic landmass’ in the Pacific Ocean over 350 miles from any major coastline; that alone is another to grab anyone’s attention. Although https://www.lonelyplanet.com/ does a good job, no pictures or videos can ever do justice to what it is like seeing these once underwater volcanos with your own eyes. The diversity of animals and plants was made famous by Darwin, and you can see why. Sea lions, turtles, penguins, lizards; it is like nowhere else on earth.

Victoria Falls

It’s not just the sheer size of this waterfall, which is over a mile wide and 335 feet high and has been pouring water for over 2 million years. No. It is the setting. Tucked away in the gorgeous Matabeleland of Zimbabwe, this gorgeous curtain of water looks even more magnificent; the humid air and thick red sunsets almost giving it a magical feel. If that’s not enough for you, though, the chance to bungee jump, zip line, rappel or raft along it may change your mind slightly. What’s more, it could become even easier to get to, should the global airlines be successful.

Silfra Fissure

This lost lake in Iceland offers the most amazing, most unique and most breath-snatching scuba diving experience anywhere on earth, as the pictures at http://scuba.is/ show. What makes it so unique is the clarity of the water, the cold and the fact you are diving between two continents; that geographical importance is one of a kind. All though the three section are all amazing, the Silfra Cathedral offers has sights with unbelievable wow-factor; a one-hundred-metre fissure that’s 63 meters deep and you can see all the way along.

Easter Island

This is one of the greatest human mysteries ever, and one humanity has failed to solve since Easter Island was first discovered. Who created the giant heads, how and why is one of those mind-boggling things that has created inconclusive theories for years. But you can only truly be left in awe by seeing the size of these in person. Huge, solid rock statues that were transported and hoisted into place around different parts of this spectacular island, located almost 4000 kilometers of Chile. It’s astonishing.

Myanmar

Sunrise over the Bagan Temples is like no other sunrise anywhere on earth for the simple fact that nowhere else on earth has 2000 temples sweeping across a hidden valley. But it isn’t just the temples that will have you rubbing your eyes in disbelief, it is the morning mist that adds to the magic, so heavy that it is as if the temples are slowly rising out of a thick white cloud before turning a gorgeous deep gold. In terms of beauty, nothing beats this view.

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