NepSort brings you a top 10 places list where you should visit once in your life. These lists are prepared based on visitor’s reviews and their unique identity.
Top 10 Places You Should Visit Once in Your Life
10) Mendenhall Ice Caves, Alaska
The magic of the Mendenhall ice cave is that you can experience every stage of the water cycle at once. There you can see water runs over rocks under blue ceilings inside a partially hollow glacier.
9) Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
The cave was first discovered in 1991, then lost, then found again before it was first explored in 2009. The cave was hidden under the mountains in central Vietnam for millions of years until 1991 when a local farmer discovered it and took shelter of the head during a storm.
But he could not rediscover the cave for years until British environmentalists assisted him in finding it again in 2009.
8) The Swing at the End of the World’s, Ecuador
With only a lonely seat belt to hold you in, the swing arcs riders out into the air over the gorgeous mountain. It is unclear where the swing came from—perhaps it was set up by a whimsical seismologist.
7) The Sea of Stars, Maldives
The Vaadhoo Island, known as the Sea of Stars, is located on the equator to the southwest of Sri Lanka in the Indian Ocean.
6) The Grand Canyon, Arizona
5) Antelope Canyon, Arizona
4) Whitehaven Beach, Australia
3) Northern Lights, Alaska/Norway
Northern lights are also known as the aurora borealis. The northern lights are a breathtaking, almost mystical sight to behold. It’s a natural phenomenon that can only be seen in high latitude areas like Alaska/Norway. The northern lights are a natural light in the sky formed by electrically charged particles and solar winds moving through the Earth’s atmosphere.
2) Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
When it rains, the crust becomes a huge salty mirror. The salt flat contains a large number of chemical matters ranging from potassium, sodium, and magnesium. At the same time, around fifty to seventy percent of the world’s lithium resources are extracted from this location.
NASA uses this giant flat mirrored surface to calibrate their satellites from space.
1) The Highest Peak of World, “Mt. Everest,” Nepal
Mount Everest attracts experienced mountaineers as well as less-seasoned climbers who typically enlist guides known as Sherpas.
Climbing more than 8,000 feet is no easy feat. Let’s be once on top of the world.