We all have travel bucket lists but there are few places that get into everyone’s list. Like the seven wonders of the world, World Heritage Sites mark the importance of many places of interest. Here’s an exotic list that will have you covered for new and incredible travel experiences.
#1 Alberobello, a village in Italy famous for its Trulli buildings- limestone structures with cone-shaped roofs.
#2 Komodo National Park, Indonesia is home to unique Komodo Dragon, don’t expect them to fly or spit fire, though!
#3 Preah Vihar, part of the temple circuit of Siem Reap, visit quaint lost world feel!
#4 Bhimbetka Caves, India has cave paintings that date back to Mesolithic age.
#5 Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou, Morocco, a fortified city
# 6 Yosemite National Park, USA, known for its giant sequoia trees and giant granite cliffs
#7 Matobo Hills, Zimbabwe, known for unique rock formations and ancient cave paintings
#8 Volcanoes of Kamchatka, home to some of the most beautiful volcanoes
#9 Mont-Saint-Michel is an 8th-century monastery from France
#10 Provins, France home to medieval fairs
#11 Stevns Klint, Denmark is a fossil-rich coastal cliff that bears the evidence of a meteorite hit from ancient times.
#12 Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord, Norway, considered one of the most scenic places on earth
#13 Fraser island, world’s only sand island, inhabited by seals and penguins
#14 Macquarie island, Australia, made entirely from Oceanic crust and rocks from deep below the earth, also home to seals and penguins.
#15 Purnululu National Park, known for its bee hive shaped rocks called Bungle