Views from the 6 // Most breathtaking scenery

There are some views that even the word ‘breathtaking’ does not cut it when trying to describe them.

Take Santorini for instance. How do you put in words just how awesome this place is when at every hour the light shifts it casts a different glow and leaves you in total awe?

The views from this place documented by different travelers is always a delight to bask in. So I figured I’d find a few other locations around the world with as equally (not really equal) stunning views as Santorini.

Here a 6 locations with amazing views you want experience at some point in your life.

Venice, Italy

First of all, a list of breathtaking views without Venice? Fake news!

There are two cities I have fallen completely in love with in my entire being. One I have actually visited and the other (read Venice) I have on my bucket list.

Venice, Italy is a vibe and a half. From its renaissance and Gothic castles to the old stone buildings. Venice is purely magical and spectacular in the scenery and the views from the  different locations in the city.

Bora Bora

With its crystal clear waters and reefs that form a barrier around the island, Bora Bora is one of the top places with the most beautiful views.

Recorded as one of the most frequently visited tourist destinations, there is definitely something here that keeps tourists comings back

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is one of those places that makes you believe in a higher power. An  utter magnificence of nature in all its glory. Honestly if you stare at these photos long enough you might hear the roar of the cascading over the edge and feel your face blessed by the spray of water from standing so close.

Bucket list goals? Definitely!

Rainbow Mountain, China

If there ever were a time when “magical” was the right adjective for a description, this would be it.

The rainbow mountain derives its name from the fact that it looks like the rainbow is playing  very  bad game of hide and seek. Caused by the deposit of some trace minerals and iron in the sand and silt on the mountains , these reactions left us with a true wonder of one of nature’s best views.

Machu Picchu, Peru

Set high on the mountains of Peru is the Inca Citadel. It is known as Peru’s main tourist attraction and one of the most visited world wide.

The architecture of the walls surrounding this perimeter is quite distinct. Set in huge blocks of dry stones the views from this place can only described as breathtakingly panoramic.

Tiger's Nest, Bhutan

Now I’m not entirely sure if this place would appeal to you as much as it did to me, but I must say it totally deserves to be on this list.

It is a Himalayan Buddhist temple perched high up at the side of a cliff of the Paro valley. To get the get the view of the temple you would have to hike several hours through a well mapped trail.

“Are there tigers up there?!”  Lol, no. You can relax now.

It got its name from a legend that says the founding Guru was carried on the back of a Tigress to this location the temple is presently.

Bucket list goals or nah? 😀

Currently listening to Drake’s ‘Views ‘ .

Fav song has to be ‘Grammys’

Dream💭. Explore👣💚. Discover🔎📍

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