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Huge glaciers, staggering mountains, plains filled with wild animals: We definitely live in a big, beautiful world. In fact, when looking at the most beautiful places in the world, it may seem impossible to decide where to go next time. It may take us a lifetime to compete all of Mother Nature's biggest hits, these 51 world scenarios and awe-inspiring wonders — from Arizona to Antarctica to Antarctica - you need to go very high. . Whether you are looking for beaches, forests, or national parks, you are sure to find new favorite destinations in this list.

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Angel Falls, Venezuela
Venezuela is littered with natural wonders, including the world's tallest waterfall: the 3,212-foot waterfall of Angel Falls, located in the UNESCO-protected Kanaima National Park. Kanaima is by far the most popular attraction in the country, and this waterfall is 19 times more than Niagara Falls. Bonus: Pixar animators used the location as the inspiration for Paradise Falls in the updown — so you know it's good.

Antarctica
That's right, we have put an entire continent here. Although 99 percent of Antarctica is covered with snow, the landscape still manages to be surprisingly diverse — surreal blue glaciers, active volcanoes, bumpy waterways of the Drake Passage, and 360-degree views of untouched snow. And those ideas are made even better when an emperor penguin or humpback whale makes an appearance.

Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon (and serious Instagram darling) in the American Southwest. Its Nawazo name translates to "the place where the water passes through the rocks" - the confusion for the construction of the valley through erosion. Narrow, uninterrupted spaces between rock formations allow for vivid patterns when sunlight filters through the striped stone.

Arashiyama Bamboo Grove, Japan
Every traveler should experience the ethereal glow and seemingly endless heights of this bamboo peg on the outskirts of Kyoto. The experience also extends beyond the visual field: In 1996, Japan's Ministry of the Environment included sounds here — wood creak, leaves rustle — one of Japan's top 100 sounds.

Muscat desert sunset
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Atacama Desert, Chile
Have you ever dreamed of the discovery of the moon? A trip to Valle de la Luna in the Atacama Desert of Chile is a very short flight. Years of erosion have left behind a landscape similar to the jagged peaks, dry riverbeds, and our favorite celestial bodies.

Baobabs, Avenue of Madagascar
Isolated from continental Africa 250 miles of water, Madagascar is the biggest adventure to add to your list. The mysteries of the island nation include places such as giant moths, bug-eyed lemons, and the real avenue of Baobab, where centuries-old trees reach a height of about 100 feet.

Azores, Portugal
Approximately 900 miles off the coast of Lisbon, this Portuguese archipelago can inspire one to wander with the same picture. A scattering of veranda valleys, seaside ridges, rows of blue hydrangeas and springs make the Azores a paradise worth exploring - just make sure you all get to know it before you know it .

Banff National Park, Canada
Easily one of the most beautiful places in Canada, Banff National Park is overwhelmed by views from the Canadian Rockies and regular cast members of wildlife. The park is also known for its abundance of beautiful lakes, including Lake Lewis, Moraine Lake and Glacial Lake Minnevaca - each more ancient than the last.

Borsay, Philippines
With its gentle coastline and transporting sunsets, it is easy to see why Boracay was voted one of the best islands in the world by our readers. Unfortunately, it has become too much - the island closed for "rehabilitation" several years ago to compensate for congestion and irregular growth; As it reopened to a limited number of visitors daily.

Boulder Beach, South Africa
Located on the False Bay Coastline, about 17 miles south of Table Mountain, Boulder Beach is visible from Cape Town's famous scenic landscape (one of the most beautiful cities in the world) — blue water, boulders of granite, and even Penguin too. Many people swim here a few feet away from the adorable African Penguin community, but feel free to sit back and admire the beautiful beach at the same time.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Home to 67 national parks, more than 5,000 miles of beaches, and landscapes ranging from deserts to snow-capped volcanoes, Mexico abounds with the trappings of spring break clichés. Case in point: Cabo San Lucas. Venture outside your all-inclusive resort to experience the region's turquoise waters, marine life and the iconic arc of Cabo San Lucas, where the Gulf of California meets the Pacific Ocean.

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Cappadocia, Turkey
Cappadocia, a region in Turkey where entire cities are carved into the rock, is very incredible in itself. But whenever hot air balloons touch the sky, there are many swims starting at sunrise — its beauty level literally touches the sky.

Cliff of Moher, Ireland
Like this natural wonder there are few places to see the raw, indomitable beauty of the west coast of Ireland, which is 702 feet at the highest point. And while you may know them better than Princess Bride (untamed!) As the rocks of madness, the rocks are, in fact, located south of Galway.

Denali National Park, Alaska
Despite the name change and controversies over a shrinking height, the beauty of Denali is well worth reducing to extreme low temperatures. Take a road trip from your trip as much as you can to see the lakes and jagged mountains spread over 6 million acres.

Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
Do we really have to explain about the Galápagos? If you can, make it your next travel goal to go on another one-time tour of Ecuador, with giant turtles like dinosaurs lumbering through long grass and real-life blue-footed owls. (Pro tip: An island is definitely the preferred way to explore the islands; Celebrity Cruise Expedition only takes 100 passengers and lectures at night by naturalists from the Galápagos National Park.)

Grand Canyon, USA
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Grand Canyon, Arizona
Grand Canyon National Park, often called one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is on the list of most travelers for a reason. Plan to hike some of the most scenic ends of the park, such as Horseshoe Bend and the South Rim Trail - to get views of the rocky badland of Painted Desert, Navajo Nation and even one or two waterfalls.

Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Although the Great Barrier Reef — the largest living thing on Earth — can be seen from space, the best vantage point is that of avid snorkellers and scuba divers who come every year. If you want to revitalize, do it in whatsunade - namely Whitehaven Beach, often considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.