12 October 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Amazing Places to Visit Before They Disappear

Have you ever thought of the places to see before they vanish? I’ve never thought of them until now. Many of these places are quite devastating since they’re so stunning and rare. No matter wherever they’re placed, they’re still places that may not be around for much longer. Check out a few amazing places to visit before their beauty will disappear forever.

The Dead Sea

The Dead SeaRenowned for its impressive beauty products that would make anyone look younger, the Dead Sea is one of the nice places to go to before they disappear. Within the next fifty years, you may not be able to find Dead Sea products. The factor is that the ocean is shrinking at an alarming rate. When you visit the Dead Sea today, you see that all hotels and resorts that once were on the coast are a mile away from where the sea lies these days.
The Dead Sea beaches are well known throughout the globe. The high salt levels allow you to float on your back and enjoy the wonderful view surrounding the sea. The climate varies depending on the season. During the tourist season temperatures can become extremely warm, ranging from 30°C in the spring to 40°C in the summer. The shores of the Dead Sea have something to offer for every age and every taste.

The Maldives

The Maldives is the smallest country in both land area and population. The islands of Maldives are also the lowest nation in the world. With 80% of the islands less than one meter above sea level, within 100 years the Maldives could be uninhabitable since they may be underwater.

In fact, there are many reasons to visit the Maldives today. The great number of atolls makes it a perfect place for snorkeling and scuba diving among the native marine life. Kayaking, canoeing, surfing and rock climbing are another amazing activities to enjoy while on holiday.

Madagascar

Madagascar is world-famous for its lemurs. Over 20 different species of lemurs and the 80% of the wildlife and plants that are found in Madagascar are not found anywhere else in the world. If nothing is done to save the island, it will disappear in 35 years. The ecosystem is being destroyed by poaching, logging, and burning for subsistence farms.

Madagascar is just a perfect place to embrace a simpler way of life. The only noises you will hear are the birds and the waves. Diving is another reason why so many people visit Madagascar. Clear warm water, vibrant ocean life and unusual underwater rock formations make this island a true diver’s paradise!

Venice

Grand CanalVenice has ruined nine inches in the last hundred years.Just imagine, 9 inches! Even though officials try to prevent the sinking, there’s not abundant to be done. Scientists estimate that in seventy years, Venice are going to be underwater. Probably, that’s why tourism has jumped dramatically since 2007!

If you are an Italian-cuisine-loving gourmand, you should definitely consider visiting Venice. Its cuisine will please you with its simplicity of dishes and focus on fresh local seasonal ingredients. Go to one of the out-of-the-way restaurants, listen to what the locals order, and order the same thing, that’s a truly amazing experience!

These are the places to see before they disappear. Pack a picnic and enjoy.


Image by tsaiproject,Hernan Piñera,Mark Hodson Photos Under Creative Common License.

 

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