The Top 7 Locations You Must Visit TodayThe Top 7 Locations You Must Visit Today

When it comes to destinations and traveling, you're going to find that there are a lot of great things to see in the world. The expansive globe is something that is open for anyone that is willing to leave their comfort zone and look out for the true beauty that is out there. If you're ready to pack your bags and get to see the world, consider the following 7 locations that you must visit at one point. Take some time off and visit these locales and see how wonderful life can be when you're traveling abroad.

Banos, Ecuador

Heading to South America and going to Ecuador is something that is well worth your time. You will find that the mountainous region is quite lovely, but there is something grand that is located at the edge of Banos. The area is home to a swing that overlooks a volcano, and it's truly something spectacular to witness. You will love the culture, the people, and of course this swing at what some locals call, the edge of the world.

Oahu, Hawaii

The islands that make up Hawaii are beautiful, to say the least. You'll find that amidst them there are destinations that are well worth traveling towards, and seeing. Oahu has some beautiful mountains, amazing resorts, and locals will tell you to trek the Haiku Stairs. The immense landscape that you will see amidst the top of these stairs will completely change your view of the world, that's for sure.

Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan

Japan may be the land of the rising sun, but it is also home to some of the most intriguing, and beautiful locales that you'll ever traverse. Travelers flock to Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan in order to see the Hitachi Seaside Park. This is where it appears as though nature has painted the world with crayons. The colors of the foliage, flowers, and all forms of plants is vivid and incredible. You'll want to bring a camera as you walk through this incredible park that sparks millions of tourist's imaginations every year.

Anchorage, Alaska

Go to Anchorage, Alaska and look into the skies above the wilderness. You will be treated to a feast of beauty as you cycle through the amazing elements that are out there. Not only will you see the skies light up with stars in a way that you've never seen before, but you'll also get to see the Northern Lights. This will completely change the way you look at nature, that's for sure. Alaska is truly a wild frontier to explore.

Cappadocia, Turkey

For the grand explorer, go to Turkey and focus on the greatness that abounds in this ancient region. You'll not only be treated to a beautiful landscape, mountainous region, but culture that will not be emulated anywhere else. Not only that, visit during one of the many festivals and you could very well take off and get a bird's eye view thanks to the hot air balloons that many take off in from this locale.

Upolu, Samoa

For those that are seeking a bit of tropical beauty, look no further than Upolu, Samoa. This is going to be a place where you put your technology away and enjoy nature at it's most beautiful. This small area is home to amazing clear waters, and villages that will allow you to relax a bit and enjoy doing nothing but exploring. Whether you swim in the Sua Ocean Trench, or you enjoy local cuisine and culture, there's something for everyone here.

Vaadhoo Island, The Maldives

The starts light up in the ocean at Vaadhoo Island. The luminous display is an incredible sight to see as it looks like the stars are falling into the ocean with the bright mirror image that comes off the life of the sea. You will want to travel here and let your eyes gaze at the wonder found here.

by Robert Corter
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