Travel

8 Lesser-Known Places to Visit before You Die

1. Sơn Đoòng Cave, Vietnam The Sơn Đoòng Cave is one of the largest in the world. Located in Vietnam, it was discovered by a local in 1991. Recently open for guided tours, visitors can expect to find stalagmites, ancient fossils, cave dwelling animals and jungles amongst this picturesque cavern. This massive creation also houses an underground river.

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8 Interesting Destinations in North America

1. Grand Canyon The Grand Canyon National Park is a fascinating attraction to visit with its deep gorges and views that have stunned a person as they stand among the ruins of this giant landscape. Hikers follow trails and routes where prehistoric people have been while tourists visit the more accessible South Rim which stands at about 7,000 feet above ...

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8 Great Beaches in the United States

1. Siesta Key Public Beach – Siesta Key, Florida Elected in 2011 by “Dr. Beach” as the number one beach in America, Siesta Key Public Beach likewise has warranted a repute as one of the most gorgeous beaches on the globe. Siesta’s bright white shores, not like any other beach shores, are comprised of 99% unadulterated quartz, which remain cold, ...

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8 Cities to Visit in North America

1. St Augustine, Florida Along with being a destination for fine dining and spectacular beaches, St Augustine has a long and storied history. In fact, it is the first permanent European settlement in America. Tourism is St Augustine’s main industry and with good reason. The city was founded in 1565 by Pedro Menendez de Aviles and there are several historical ...

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8 Wonders of the World

1. Stonehenge Stonehenge is a mysterious circular compilation of upstanding rocks that date back to a prehistoric era approximately 5,000 years ago. Located in the Wiltshire countryside of England, these spectacular ruins draw hundreds of thousands of visitors a year. Several thousand attend on the dawn of the summer solstice to witness the near perfect alignment of the stone formations ...

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