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Top 5 World’s Places To visit for Vacation


There are many fascinating places in this world that choosing the perfect vacation spot is undoubtedly challenging. Whether you are a nature lover and enjoy outdoor activities, you prefer to indulge in a museum, or you want to experience the special atmosphere in an unknown country. But, with so many places to visit, where do you start? Where are the most beautiful places in the world to visit? To make your vacation planning a little easier, here are some of five most beautiful places in the world for your vacation trip based on  evaluated sights, cultures, scenic beauty, even food, scenes, and more. If you want the perfect location for vacation in an African country, we have also made the list of most beautiful and visited places in Africa for you to choose from.

Each of these cities has specific sites, monuments, and locations that make them unique and worthy of a visit in their own right.

(1) South Island, New Zealand.

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This island brims with beautiful and exotic landscapes, every turn you take there are  mountains and glaciers to see. From here, you can admire the mountains of Fiordland National park, a UNESCO world heritage site either from hiking or taking a boat ride. You can also visit Queenstown where you can sample delicious food and wine in the Marlborough region or explore two of the most accessible glaciers in the world.


(2) Paris.

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Now, everyone knows Paris is beautiful, and with what we hear and read about the place, we wouldn’t pass up an offer of a vacation. What travelers fall in love with are the city’s quaint cafes, vibrant markets, trendy shopping district, etc. The city of light draws millions of visitor every year with its unforgettable ambiance. Whenever you visit there, you can choose to stay in the Le Bristol Paris Hotel, Four Seasons Hotel, George V, Paris or Mandarin Oriental Paris.

(3) Bora Bora.

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This is a small French Polynesian island but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in sheer tropical beauty. Picturesque Beaches, Lush Jungles and Luxurious Resorts are found here. Wanna go for a challenging hike? The island’s dormant volcano , Mount Otemanu, are there to serve you. Now, if you wanna relax, head to Matira Beach to enjoy the beautiful sight of the Crystal Clear Water and feel the softness of the sand. A trip to Bora Bora is quite expensive but let me have you know it’s worth every penny.

(4) Maui.

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Maui is like any other tropical destination. This could be seen by driving along the road to Hana, enjoying the view of the lush coastline from a helicopter, snorkeling with sea turtles or simply relaxing on the black-colored beaches. When you are there, make sure to visit Haleakala National Park which is home to the world’s largest dormant volcano. Also, have a taste of Hawaiian specialties like Poi, Poke, and Mahimahi.

(5) Tahiti.

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When planning a trip, include a visit to this island, the largest in French Polynesia, that is, if you have been longing for a vacation spent lazing in a lavish over water bungalow. Tahiti boasts black sand beaches, a bustling capital and prime snorkeling and surfing conditions. You could check out some of the island’s ancient temples or shop at it’s traditional markets, that is, if you crave for more cultural experiences. It is best to stay in a vacation rental though, to save cost.

(6) London

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London is a world unto itself. The eclectic neighborhoods, which are home to a blend of historical landmarks and modern-day attractions make London particularly fascinating and can keep you occupied for days. If it’s your first time in London, plan to visit the Tower of London, Tate Modern, Buckingham Palace or the British Museum before sitting down to a classic afternoon tea. The best time to travel to London is during the warmer months, but be warned that this is also the busiest and most expensive time of year.


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