Unfortunately, it could be some time before any of us can travel due to the uncertainties regarding COVID-19. Therefore, we’ll have to make do with the next best thing: Through the following images, which display the breathtaking beauty of nature, you may virtually travel the globe.
The beaches of Zakynthos are just as stunning—and far less crowded—than those in more popular parts of Greece, with their blindingly white sands and crystal-clear seas. The magnificent Navagio, also known as Shipwreck Beach due to the boat that is abandoned in the midst of the sand, is the most visited location on the island.
At 3,952 metres (12,966 ft) above sea level, Yushan, also known as Jade Mountain or Mount Yu, is Taiwan’s highest mountain and the fourth-tallest island mountain in the world. When the Eurasian Plate crossed the Philippine Sea Plate, it emerged from the water.
Victoria Falls, Zambia/Zimbabwe
With a breadth of 1,708 metres (5,600 feet) and a height of 108 metres (355 feet), Victoria Falls is the world’s tallest waterfall. It is located in southern Africa on the boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Just by looking at images of it, you can nearly hear the rushing rivers.
The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79, which completely destroyed the Roman towns of Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplontis, and Stabiae, is the reason for its fame. With its most recent eruption happening in 1944, it is currently the sole active volcano on European soil. The 700,000 local residents are at risk if there is another significant eruption in the foreseeable future.
In person, this famous historical site in Bali may become very busy. Fortunately, its beauty may also be captured in photographs, making them ideal for occasions when you can’t travel. The Tegallalang Rice Terrace is one of the most stunning sights in the area.
Aerial photographs may be the best way to fully understand this rock structure due to its enormous size—1,100 metres (3,600 feet) above sea level. One of Norway’s most sought-after hiking locations is Trolltunga, which offers some of Scandinavia’s greatest vistas.
Table Mountain, South Africa
Table Mountain, South Africa’s most famous natural feature, is 1,085 metres (3,560 ft) above sea level and overlooks Cape Town. In 2011, it was named one of the New7Wonders of Nature. Numerous species of fauna may be found on the mountain’s summit, including the endangered Table Mountain ghost frog and dassie, as well as porcupines, mongooses, snakes, lizards, and tortoises.