The Most Iconic places to Travel

We live on the wonderful planet and we have such a amazing places .This list content many famous and not so famous places that you must visit. Need some inspiration to plan your next trip? Plan the ultimate vacation at these top 10 vacation spots around the world. Take a look on Most Iconic Places in the World.

1.Swim, snorkel and dive Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Explore the living masterpiece that is the Great Barrier Reef by swimming, sailing, snorkelling and diving. The World Heritage-listed attraction stretches more than 2,000km along the Queensland coast and can be seen from outer space. Hop between the idyllic, palm-fringed islands and discover the bright coral and marine life. Visit Heron and Wilson islands during the annual turtle nesting season (November to March) where you can witness hatchlings scurrying to the sea

 

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2. Do Yoga, Swim and Enjoy on Bali

Bali is a living postcard, an Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy. Soak up the sun on a stretch of fine white sand, or commune with the tropical creatures as you dive along coral ridges or the colorful wreck of a WWII war ship. On shore, the lush jungle shelters stone temples and mischievous monkeys. The “artistic capital” of Ubud is the perfect place to see a cultural dance performance, take a batik or silver-smithing workshop, or invigorate your mind and body in a yoga class.

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3.Explore beauties of Angra dos Reis, Brazil

Brazil’s visa waiver during the Olympics was a success for one big reason: it encouraged travel beyond the big cities. The tourism board hopes to bring back the waiver, and if you’re planning to take advantage, save time to visit Angra dos Reis, between Rio and São Paulo. This popular Brazilian vacation area is where cariocas go to escape the crowds. “It’s where many of the country’s elite have their beach villas,” says Martin Frankenberg of Matuete, who has access to several of these glamorous rentals. Big changes are coming to the region. In May, Brazilian chain Fasano will open a long-awaited 54-suite hotel in a complex that includes a marina, golf course, restaurants, and a spa. The design is striking, with elevated wooden buildings that look like they’re floating, all with open-air terraces and views of the forest and sea. And the government recently pledged $8 million to improve the infrastructure on Ilha Grande—an island that’s so popular that they’ve had to impose a daily limit on visitors.

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4.Have your peace at Santuario de las Lajas, Colombia

However, if we’re looking for churches that combine impressive architecture, incredible location, and unusual design, not to mention good back-story, then this church surely has it all. If we’re judging an icon by it’s impact and visual power, it’s history and design, then Las Lajas is a worthy winner in this category.

To backtrack a bit: Santuario de Las Lajas is a basilica church built across a bridge on a canyon over the Guaitara River in southern Narino, near to Ipiales and the Ecuadorian border. Getting there from Ipiales is pretty easy; just grab a colectivo taxi for 2,000 COP from the bus terminal and you’ll be there in less than 15 minutes. Entry to the church and the surrounding area is free (only the small museum has a cost of a few thousand to enter), and it takes one or two hours to wander around the site, enjoying the view, and investigating the shrines and interior of the church.

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5.Hike in Iconic Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Falls are popular with visitors from around the world. Much of the water that crashes down the falls and into the lake below comes from snowmelt. Yosemite falls itself is the fifth highest waterfall in the world and from top to bottom it is 2,425 feet. The falls are at their most spectacular in May and June, once the snow has melted the falls become a trickle and you then need to wait for the cooler weather again.

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6.See the Iconic Milkyway over Lake Titicaca, Peru

It is Located at an altitude of approximately 12,500 feet of 3,810 meters above sea level.

It covers an area of 8,300 sq km or 3,240 sq miles.

It extends for 190 km or 118 miles in length and 80 km or 49 miles in width.

It has a maximum depth of 284m or 931feet with the average being 106m or 350 feet.

We had no idea what to expect but we found ourselves stumbling for words minutes after checking into Titilaka, a luxury eco lodge positioned on a remote peninsula overlooking the lake. We could see the sun poised delicately over the ripples created by the waves from the large glass window in my room. Soon enough, it was dipping into the horizon. We stood still as the sky exploded into variegated shades of blue and pink. Lake Titicaca is famed for the prettiest sunsets and night skies in the world and if this welcome was anything to go by, the next few days were going to be unforgettable.

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7.Enjoy in the sun of the paradise island of Bermuda

After being hit hard by the financial crisis, Bermuda is shaking itself out of stagnation and attracting a new generation of travelers. In 2014, the island won a bid to host the 35th America’s Cup, the high-profile international sailing race, which takes place this June. The promise of a flood of wealthy visitors—and a loosening of restrictions on foreign investment—has sparked a spate of development. Big news is the $100 million overhaul of the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, the island’s 132-year-old grande dame, whose revamped rooms have a fresh, contemporary look. The hotel has also added a stellar art collection, a spa, and a restaurant serving locally sourced fare from James Beard Award–winning chef Marcus Samuelsson. Elsewhere on the island, a St. Regis, a lavish Ritz-Carlton Reserve, and the Ariel Sands resort (backed by actors Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones) are in the works.

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8.Stand in front of Giza’s Iconic Great Pyramid

One of the most iconic attractions in the world, the Great Pyramid of Giza, was built around 2560 BC as a tomb for the Egyptian Pharaoh Khurfu. It took 20 years to construct using nearly 2.3 million blocks of stone and at 450ft high remained the world’s tallest building for 4 millennia. Dan Saunders of Encounters Travel, which specialises in group tours to Egypt, says: ‘No trip to Egypt is complete until you’ve stood at the base of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Cairo. This monument is probably one of the most recognisable sites around the world and is the only surviving member of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World, so it should definitely be on anybody’s travel bucket list

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9.Wonder around iconic Crete Greece

Crete, Greece’s largest island, is known for its varied terrain, which ranges from fine-sand beaches at Elafonisi to the White Mountains. Mt. Ida, the tallest of the range, is home to the Ideon Cave, which was the birthplace of Zeus, according to Greek mythology. The capital, Heraklion, is home to the renowned Heraklion Archaeological Museum, housing Minoan artifacts, and Knossos, a Bronze Age settlement. Home of wonderful beaches like Elaphonissi or Rethymnon beach

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10. Travel around iconic Cambodian Coast

Cambodia has some of Southeast Asia’s most stunning islands, but getting to them has always been arduous (a flight to Phnom Penh, a four-hour drive, then a choppy ferry ride). Luckily, there are now direct flights into the coastal Sihanoukville airport via Ho Chi Minh City. That means a much smoother journey to the newest island escapes: the wellness-minded Six Senses on Krabey Island, where spa treatments are Cambodian-inspired, and the Alila eco-resort on Koh Russey, which has an emphasis on Khmer cuisine and community service. And if you want to spend some time in the capital of Phnom Penh before or after your island vacation, you can do that in style as well: Rosewood has announced plans to open there in early 2017.

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