Five Places to See Before You Die

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With so many incredible places in the World, it is hard to come up with the list five places to see before you die. However, these five amazing places are different and unique which one must visit in their lifetime,and experience some of the most incredible rare views which not everyone heard about it. Check out the list below.

1. Salar de Uyuni- Bolivia

Places to see before you die

During the monsoon season, the salt desert is transformed into a salt lake, reachable by both boat and truck. The shallow salt lake perfectly mirrors the sky, creating bizarre illusions of infinity. There is a hotel in the middle of salty lake built entirely out of naturally salt.

How to reach there:
By plane: Uyuni has a small airport (IATA=UYU, IACO=SLUY).

By Bus: You will need 12-15 hours from La Paz, by bus. The bus ride can be rancorously cold in winter.

Best Time to visit: If you want famous reflecting photos of water on the salt, you have to go in February or March.

2. Tunnel of Love, Kleven, Ukraine

Places to see before you die

This beautiful train track is naturally covered by green trees and makes a tunnel. Located in Kleven, Ukraine, this train tunnel is named as” “Tunnel of Love” by local people.
Nearest Airport: There are two International Airports Kyiv Zhuliany and Boryspil which are 10 and 35km from Kiev, Ukraine.
By Road: Rivne from Kyiv. Bus is faster and cheaper, and the road between the two cities is good enough to make this journey not too hard.

Best Time to visit: Summertime is best if you want to catch it in greenest and thickest look.

3. Chand Baori – Abhaneri, India

Abhaneri step well

One of the most awesome architectural marvels seen in the world! This monument has around 3000 steps inside a huge well. It was built by King Chanda of the Nikumbha Dynasty between 800 and 900 AD and was dedicated to Hashat Mata, Goddess of Joy and Happiness upon completion.

Nearest Airport: Jaipur Airport
Location: It is located in Dausa district near Jaipur-Agra highway and it is 80 kilometers from Jaipur.


4. Tulip fields – Lisse, Netherlands

Tulip Field , Lisse, Netherlands

If you love flowers you won’t believe the colorful display of tulips. The unforgettable seasonal display is created by more than seven million tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, spring bulbs and gorgeous trees. The gardens are an easy and quick train or bus ride from Amsterdam.

Best Time to Visit: March to  May

5. Door to Hell – Derweze, Turkmenistan

In 1971, a team of Soviet scientists was drilling at the site when their rig collapsed into a cavernous pocket of natural gas. Concerned that the hole would release poisonous methane gases, the geologists set it on fire, expecting the fuel would burn out in a few days.

Now, after four decades, the 200-foot-wide by 70-foot-deep cavern continues to burn, emitting a glow that can be seen for miles at night—along with a reportedly thick stench of sulfur. At some point, locals began referring to the fiery crater as the “Door to Hell” or the “Gates of Hell,” a mythological reference that quickly caught on.

Prince Bhatia

9 Comments to Five Places to See Before You Die

  1. Nice travel destinations Dude!!!
    I guess with #3 one can enjoy travel as well as exercise if s/he covers all the 3000 steps.
    Glad to read the post… :)

    • Prince Bhatia

      Yes, these are amazing places and also on my dream list too. I visited (Chand Baori – Abhaneri, India) last month and it is just incredible. I have never seen place like this before, this place was built in the 11th century and has amazing architecture.

  2. Wow you have some amazing places there – some I have never heard of! I have only been to number one. I actually found the scenery near to the Salar de Uyuni to be more amazing that the Salar itself. I would recommend that anyone who goes there does the three day four wheel drive tour from Uyuni through the Salar to Chile. The second two days after leaving the salt plains were just awesome.
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