10 Fabulous Places You Need to Visit Before they Disappear

Last Updated on January 7, 2021

10 Fabulous Places You Need to Visit Before they Disappear
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Sadly, there are many gorgeous places that may disappear from our planet forever due to climate change. Do you realize that we may be the last generation to witness some of Earth’s greatest places? That’s right.

So, pack your bags and get ready to explore some of the most amazing sites that you would want to tell your grandchildren about.

Click on Next to discover the top 10 fabulous places you need to visit before they vanish from the planet

#1 – The Maldives

The Maldives
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The nation that holds multiple islands in the Indian Ocean is a great destination for anyone who is wondering what paradise looks like. Plus, it is known as one of the lowest lands on the planet.

Each year, it experiences an average elevation of 5 feet above the sea level, which may cause the islands to disappear within the next 100 years.

If you are a fan of surfing, diving, and swimming in general then the Maldives is the place you have to visit, especially if you are looking for a honeymoon destination, and by the way, their beaches glow at night.

So, this is the perfect time to book your ticket because the prices are getting cheaper and the airlines are giving more opportunities for travelers. What are you waiting for? Also, don’t forget your camera because your grandchildren will need proves of your fairytale Maldives story.


#2 – The Congo Basin

The Congo Basin
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It is the world’s second-largest rainforest that produces 40% of the world’s oxygen, and one of the most important sources of food, minerals, and medicine.

The Congo Basin is located in central Africa, where all the treasure is found. Plus, its unique and gorgeous plants, trees, and wildlife make the area bucket-list-worthy, especially now that it is disappearing.

Sadly, if it’s not effectively protected, two-thirds of the forest including the plants and the wildlife will be lost by 2040 because every year the forest loses 10 million acres due to illegal logging, farming, ranching, and guerrilla warfare.



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