So he came, in 2012. It is said that December 21, 2012 the world will end there – on the predictions of the ancient Mayan priests. But there is another theory which predicts a global apocalypse, much earlier than you think – on March 6, 2012. So – it’s too late to leave for a trip to this weekend! We offer you a list of twenty places that we highly recommend that you visit before the end of the world – that there was no pity for the wasted life.
No matter what kind of country you go to Amazon to see – whether in Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, in Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, in, or in French Guiana – you will not regret it. Occupying the most significant area of jungle in the world that have become home to millions of unique creatures – this is definitely worth seeing, before the world will end there.
2. Antelope Canyon
Do you still think that the Grand Canyon – the canyon is the only worthy of attention in the U.S.? Did you know that there is a so-called Antelope Canyon, which is located in Arizona? Canyon got its name due to rust-red walls, resembling the skin of an antelope. Canyon is a naturally caused huge cracks in the cliffs of sand. For centuries, water and wind have formed in the red sandstone of deepening a few hundred meters, which formed the canyon. He is amazingly picturesque and attracts many tourists.
Uluru – the massive orange-brown oval-shaped rock. It is located in the region of Central Australia. However, to get to it quite difficult – it is located at a distance of more than 280 miles from the nearest settlement. Mount is decorated with rock art and is an object of worship among the local natives, who believe that once there lived a giant water python.
4. Bora Bora
Amazing Island, located in French Polynesia in the South Pacific, Bora Bora, is considered the most beautiful islands in the world. In the crystal clear waters home to many unique creatures – the underwater world of a remarkable diversity. In addition, there is amazingly beautiful landscapes.
5. Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls is situated between Zambia and Zimbabwe, is a (highly debatable), the largest waterfall in the world, its width is 5604 feet (1708 meters) and reaches a height of 354 feet (108 meters). Victoria Falls is much more interesting place than Niagara Falls.
6. Norwegian Fjords
Santorini is an island located off the coast of Greece. Thousands of years ago, there occurred one of the largest volcanic eruptions in human history. To date, Santorini – a combination of amazing beauty of landscapes, crazy kind of architecture, and legendary eventful history (say that it is the eruption of the volcano, and led to the legend of Atlantis).
Iceland – a country the most amazing, totally alien form of landscapes, huge frozen waterfalls, the northern lights, incredible beauty of sunrise and sunset, and the endless kilometers of barren tundra.
9. Lake Moreyn
Kazalos would say that might be interesting in an ordinary lake? However, Lake Moraine – an exception! It is located in the Valley of Ten peaks in Alberta, Canada. The source of water for Lake Moraine is a glacier, so when it is completely filled with water, it reflects the different shades of blue due to refraction of light on the rocky bottom of the lake, creating an almost dizzying neon lights. In addition, considerable interest is the surrounding landscape ..
Built in about 1200 BC, Petra, an ancient city in Jordan, known for its unique location – you can get to it only through the narrow gorge. In addition, Peter – a city built entirely of stone, “cut down” in the rocks. And the builders of the ancient city, nation Nabataeans created a complex system of water supply, and despite the arid climate, the inhabitants of the town has never needed in the water due to the presence of artificial oases. Thanks to Peter became a center of caravan trade, and an impregnable fortress.