Places to See Before You Die

Newcastle – Numerous studies have proven that travelling can make you smarter and improve your overall health. Whether you pack your bags and head off regularly or save up and make something special happen, these destinations are a must-see for absolutely everyone!

Angkor Wat in Cambodia

Angkor Wat was once a Buddhist and Hindu temple and was built back in the 12th century. It survives today as a true architectural wonder well-worth visiting.

Bora Bora in French Polynesia

Bora Bora is a model example of the iconic tropical paradise. It’s located 143 miles, or just over 230 kilometres, northwest of Papeete in the South Pacific and features incredible turquoise waters, remarkable white sand beaches, and exceptional greenery. It’s truly more beautiful than anything you can imagine.

Easter Island in Rapa Nui, Chile

A popular theme for the real money slots New Zealand has to offer, and an incredibly mysterious place, no one really knows the story behind the 887 Moai statues on Easter Island. This doesn’t affect how adventurous visiting this spot is, however, with activities like hiking and scuba diving being highly recommended.

Glacier National Park in Montana, USA

Glacier National Park offers some of the most stunning vistas in the whole of the United Sites. It’s full of breathtaking mountains, stunning alpine forests, and crystal-clear lakes. There are also more than 700 miles of trails, which makes this a paradise for hikers.

The Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA

Carved over the course of thousands of years by the mighty Colorado River, it’s hard to explain what seeing the Grand Canyon is like in real life. The massive rock walls span over 200 miles, or 300+ kilometres, and it’s a truly astonishing sight that will rock you to your core.

Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia

The Plitvice Lakes National Park is one of the most beautiful places in the world, complete with lucent waters, lush scenery, and lavish waterfalls.

Redwood National Park in California, USA

Combined, the State and Redwood National Parks cover more than 133 000 acres of the northern coast of California. They’re home to the tallest growing species on earth, the mighty redwood, which can reach over 300 feet high!

Salar De Uyuni in Bolivia

This salt flat is the biggest one anywhere and spans 4 086 square miles. Formed by numerous ancient lakes, it’s become so reflective that during the rainy season it’s used to calibrate satellites! It’s the largest mirror on earth and it’s absolutely awe-inspiring.

Stonehenge in Amesbury, England

Another enigma, Stonehenge is a lot more than just a group of 25-tonne rocks. It’s actually very beautiful, and we recommend you book a guided tour, visit the centre and, as the sun sets, enjoy the mystical sight of its rays settling between these marvellous pillars.

Venice in Italy

If you’re looking for the perfect unique city travel experience, then Venice should be at the top of your list. The canals running through this city act as roadways, providing a one-of-a-kind method of transport that’s as romantic as it is functional.