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20 Places You Have to See!

20. Lantern Festival, Taiwan

Here’s a photo you’ve likely seen doing the endless rounds on social media – and it’s little wonder due to the spectacular nature of the photograph, which encapsulates the spirit and wonder of the Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival in Taiwan.

19. Great Wall of China

Unless you’ve been living under a rock since you were born, you would have a preconceived notion of what these series of fortifications made out of stone, brick, wood and other materials look like. Sure, it’s not your usual ‘see it in your 20s’ destination, but at some point you’ve gotta wear thin of partying til the sun rises, so go on – get cultured…

18. Santorini, Greece

Here’s one of the most over-photographed little seaside towns the world has to offer. Regardless of how many times snaps like this have made it to instagram, this would still have to be one of the ‘must see’ travel destinations for 20-somethings.

17. Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, USA

If you think it’s beautiful in the heat of summer, then try visiting Yosemite in a thick layer of snow in winter – words just can’t describe.

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16. Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Bhutan

Here’s one you probably haven’t heard of and neither had I when writing this article, so you should probably do a quick copy+paste and check it out if you’re looking for something seriously off the beaten path…

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15. XS Nightclub, Las Vegas

Okay so it wouldn’t be a list for 20-somethings if it didn’t include Vegas – and what better inclusion than that of Vegas’ arguably most happening club – XS. The only problem is getting in…. be prepared for guest lists, long lines, and crowds to leave even VIPs feeling smothered.

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14. Havana, Cuba

Now here’s an unsung hero lying quietly and waiting for the world to discover her. Havana is indeed a time warp and the central hub of Cuba. It’s progressively gaining popularity for travelers seeking adventure beyond the confines of a contiki bus tour, so be sure to get in before it’s too late.

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13. Petra, Jordan

For a reason that is beyond me, Jordan remains one of the less celebrated destinations to visit for travelers seeking out-of-this-world experiences and unbeatable history/culture. The photo speaks for itself…

12. New York City, New York, USA

It’s an oldie but a goodie – New York, New York. You should definitely try to make it here in your 20s and soak up the underground bars and clubs, bustling streets above ground, and the peaceful oasis that is central park. It’s a concrete jungle, sure… but it’s where dreams are made of – right Jay Z?

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11. Lapland, Finland

If you haven’t seen photos of the northern lights – one of the world’s most astounding natural beauties – then be sure to throw the term ‘Lapland Finland northern lights’ into Google. Lapland is a great place to base yourself for some serious star-gazing in the winter months. Expect to be sitting in permanent darkness without a clue as to the time, but its an unrivaled experience you won’t get elsewhere.

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10. Death Valley, USA

Okay, so there’s not much there….. and people that have been will probably tell you not to go (probably being the key word here). But it’s a great place to visit if you’re doing the Coast to Coast road trip or on your way through to Vegas for Los Angeles.

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9. Mount Fitz Roy, on the border of Chile and Argentina

This one’s much more of a challenge and probably one to keep on the dreamlist rather than the bucketlist – but nonetheless, we have one of the world’s hardest climbs situated on the border between Chile and Argentina…. The photo certainly does it justice.

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8. Bodø, Norway

Scandinavian countries are sometime viewed as a distant dream to 20-somethings visiting Europe. But if you’re looking for something slightly (as in a lot) more fulfilling than the usual booze cruise bus that darts its way from one central European country to the next, then check out the likes of Norway, Sweden, and even Denmark. These countries are culturally rich, and a complete different experience to anywhere else in Europe. Here we have a quaint seaside town in Norway named ‘Bodo’…

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7. Carnival, Rio di Janeiro, Brazil

South America isn’t quite as popular among 20-somethings as the likes of Europe or the USA – but there’s no reason why it shouldn’t be! So if you’re going to go, why not go all out!!!!

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6. Drake Passage, Antarctica

Probably not what you had in mind for a trip in your twenties, but if you ever got the chance, you would surely take it. Antarctica is probably the only place on this earth that you can guarantee won’t have a McDonald’s by 2020. So go on, look into it.

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5. The Inca Trail, Peru

Another highly celebrated image on social media is the Inca Trail in Peru. For active travelers this is the perfect opening into altitude treks and is a great bucketlist destination to hit up in your 20′s.

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4. Salt Flats, Bolivia

The picture just says it all…..

3. The Rhino Charge, Nairobi, Kenya

An African safari is probably the highest ‘must do in my 20s’ on my list. I’ve still got a few years left yet so I’m sure I’ll get there one day – but if you ask me, the sooner the better!

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2. Disneyworld, Orlando, Florida

You’re probably thinking ‘uh…what?’, but let’s think about this for a moment – it’s better late than never, and if you ask me, growing up is overrated anyway. This is one of my MUST SEE destinations before I climb my way into the 30′s, and it should surely be on your list too.

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1. Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic

Finally, a hidden gem in central Europe – Cesky Krumlov. It’s just a short 2 hour bus ride into southern Bohemia from Prague, and would have to be one of my favorite finds in Europe. If you can help it, try to visit during the summer for rafting down the vlatva river with various camping spots along the way.

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22 Epic Places That You Didn’t Know Existed!!

The world is full of wonders… wonders we know about (the Grand Canyon) and those we might not (see below). But it’s important to note that this earth we all live on is an insanely beautiful place. In case you don’t have the time (or funds) to visit these spectacular places, we thought we’d do you a solid and show you them anyway.

Herewith…

The Sossusvlei pan’s Dune 45
Visit these Namibian dunes–often referred to as the highest in the world–
either early in the morning or at sunset when the heat is less intense.
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Sótano de las Golondrinas (Cave of Swallows), Mexico

Adventure seekers can BASE jump into this open-air cave, some 1,200 feet down.
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Tane Mahuta (lord of the forest), New Zealand

New Zealand’s largest living kauri tree can stand up to 167 feet tall.
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Great Australian Bight

Like the Cliffs of Dover, but not, these cliffs stretch roughly 720 miles along Australia’s southern coast.
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Rub’ Al-Khali (Empty Quarter), Oman

The world’s largest area of continuous sand measures around 250,000 square miles and covers four countries.
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Ushuaia, Argentina

Commonly known as southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia is the jumping off point for Antarctic explorers.
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Oymyakon, Russia

The world’s coldest inhabited place is nicknamed “Pole of Cold.”
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Gangkhar Puensum Mountain, Bhutan

The highest point in Bhutan, this mountain is often referred to as the world’s highest unclimbed mountain.
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Socotra, Yemen

An archipelago of islands 220 miles off Yemen, the island is among the most biodiverse on the planet.
There are nine species of the dragon’s blood tree (seen here) on the island.
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Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

Measuring in at roughly 1.8 miles long, this tunnel sits deep in the forests of Ukraine.
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Red Beach, Panjin, China

This red-hue on this “beach” is actually created by the seaweed Sueda, which starts growing in spring,
stays green in summer and then turns this maroon-y color come fall. The beach is located within the
biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world.
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Bamboo Forest, Japan

In Kyoto’s Arashiyama district sits this unique forest of super tall bamboo in Sagano.
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This street
in Bonn, Germany

For roughly 2-3 weeks a year, the cherry blossoms bloom in Bonn, creating a rosy canopy on this street.

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Wisteria Tunnel at Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan

Ok, so it’s manmade, and you can only really see it in April and May, but how cool is this?
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Door To Hell, Turkmenistan

There are, as it is, several gateways to hell but this one features
an underground gas fire that has been burning for 30+ years.
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Catedral de Marmol (the Marble Cathedral), Lago General Carrera, Patagonia, Chile

Erosion has created beautiful caverns in the marble of these mineral formations.
You just need to take a small boat to see it in person.
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Son Doong Cave

The world’s biggest cave, set in Vietnam, could fit a 40-story skyscraper within it.
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Lake Retba, Senegal

The pink-hued lake gets its awesome color thanks to a bacteria which is drawn to the lake’s natural saltiness.
The bacteria produces a red color to absorb the sunlight, thus giving the lake its hue.
It’s particularly colorful in dry season (November through June).
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Rainbow Mountains, China

Part of the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, these UNESCO World Heritage-designated
mountains get their rainbow name as a
result of red sandstone and mineral deposits being pressed together for more
than 24 million years
.
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Cappadocia, Turkey

Conical formations caused by volcanic eruptions millions of years ago dot this stunning landscape.
Now tourists stay in the many cave hotels that dot the area.
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Antelope Canyon, Arizona

Ok, so this place is well-documented (and well-visited), but it’s super cool to look at.
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Mount Roraima, South America

This crazy eerie formation creates a natural border between Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil. It’s surrounded by 1,300 foot cliffs.
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