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Top 10 Most Dangerous But Difficult Tourist Point.

Updated on July 5, 2020

10 beautiful but difficult places to go
There is no shortage of places in our world that have some kind of infinity, but most people are not even aware of them. So learn about some of the most unique places that are often hidden from the eyes of most people but the eye of the camera has brought their beauty in front of everyone and it is said that the breaths of those who see them stop for a few moments.

Platois Lakes National Park, Croatia

Welcome to Croatia's largest national park, with countless beautiful lakes and waterfalls ready to greet you, with the distinction of being the largest national park in southeastern Europe. Spread over an area of ​​297 km2, this National Park has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is visited by 1.1 million tourists annually who are amazed by its beauty.

Santorini, Greece

Decorated with various colors, the South Aegean Sea with a sea view from the hill, while the houses here are built in such a way that it looks like they will just fall into the deep water. It is, in fact, the largest island in a circular archipelago, having in the past been devastated by a series of volcanic eruptions that have given rise to its present form, which has enhanced its beauty.

Machu Picchu, Peru

It is a place from which the outside world remained unaware until it was discovered by an American historian in 1911. Machu Picchu is today considered to be the most famous site of the civilization of the past, which was skillfully hidden at a very high altitude. Even the Spanish invaders who invaded and occupied the Latin American country of Peru never knew about it. When it comes to the Machu Picchu Moon Temple, tourists have to climb 600 steps to the granite mountains, which is a very difficult task for visitors.

Skogafos, Iceland

This is a wonderful place in southern Iceland that was once part of the ocean, but after centuries of travel, the ocean has receded five kilometers, but these hills have remained standing parallel to the coast, and here the water of the Skoga River is a It flows down in the form of a waterfall which is one of the few major waterfalls in the country and it is common to see one or two rainbows when the sun rises here which is an enchanting sight for the viewers while it is camping and It is also considered an ideal place for hiking enthusiasts.

West Highland Way, Scotland

If you are interested in hiking, this Scottish resort is one of the best places in the world for this type of adventure. If you love to climb mountains, the interesting thing is that every year about 85,000 people walk on this route and do not feel tired at all while seeing the beauty of the whole route.

June Moir Trail, USA

The 221-mile-long trail, which runs through Yosemite National Park in California, has been abandoned by the U.S. government for recreational purposes, and there are no signs of human settlements other than wildlife. There are no restrictions to enjoy the beauty of the lush plains and high mountains and it is considered to be the most popular trail in America.

Glacier Point, USA

Located in California, Yosemite National Park is known for its breathtaking views of the mountains. You don't need any kind of artificial light or flashlight etc.

Anchor Watt, Cambodia

Considered one of the most important historical sites in Southeast Asia, Cambodia's 155-square-mile city of ruins, including the famous Encore Watt Temple. It was the capital of the Khmer Empire, which ruled the region from the 9th to the 15th century, but since then it has disappeared from the world's view for various reasons and remained desolate for nearly a century. I brought it out of the woods and brought it to the world, while its repair work is still going on.

Fleiss Kiva, USA

The man-made rock cave in Utah, USA, was built at an unknown time and has become part of Cannonlands National Park. However, some form of hiking training is required for tourism. Special help is needed for the search. The view from here is no less than a paradise for photography enthusiasts in which sometimes the storms enchant the viewers and sometimes the bright and clear skies amaze with the colors spread in front of them.

One Camel George, USA

Located on the waters of the Columbia River, this area is part of the US state of Oregon. Millions of years old limestone mines and wildlife are also of interest to tourists, but the real fame here is the four waterfalls, the One Camel. Located in the creek. The middle waterfall can be seen so clearly on the sidewalk while the experience of walking here is also unforgettable.


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