With the changing ecosystem and global warming many places on the earth are getting extinct. Among these a number of most beautiful natural places are also in peril to disappear.
The travelers who love to explore world, are keen about the places prone to disappear before the world ends.
Get to know about these top ten places to visit before they disappear and plan an exciting tour to them as soon as possible. here are Top 10 Places To Visit Before They Disappear.
10. Victoria Falls
The largest waterfalls of the world, Victoria Falls are situated between Zambia and Zimbabwe. These falls are at a risk of getting dry due to climate changes.
Let’s plan a tour to Victoria Falls and enjoy its matchless beauty.
9. Sahara Desert Africa
World’s largest hot desert Sahara in Africa is estimated to grow at a rate of 0.5 miles per month. It is assumed to consume all Northern Africa in years ahead. So, don’t get late to travel to this interestimg desert.
8. Great Barrier Reef Australia
Great Barrier Reef in Australia is at biggest threat of climate change. It is the world’s largest coral reef system that is now experiencing water pollution, Rising ocean temperatures and ocean acidification.
A trip to Great Barrier Reef Australia will really be treasure for travelers.
7. Petra Jordan
Most inspiring ancient city of Jordan, Petra built inside towering rocks is also in danger of damaging due to breathe of the visitors. The Nabataeans created these rock-cut structures around 1200BC.
Today, the Petra is the most remarkable spot to visit before it disappears.
6. The Everglades USA
The Everglades are 2.5 million–acre natural subtropical wetlands in the southern U.S. state of Florida. These lands are continuously facing threat of farming and water diversion that has reduced its size to half.
Have an ecotour to the Everglades to enjoy its beauty before it gets vanished.
5. The Dead Sea Jordan
The sea of death or the salt sea is the deepest hyper saline lake in the world that is filled with therapeutic minerals but is in extensive danger to disappear within next 50 years.
The Dead Sea is believed to be shrinking 13 inches per year therefore it could be better to plan a visit to it.
4. Taj Mahal India
Taj Mahal that unfolds the grandeur of Muslim art in India is facing the constant risk of flooding due to located besides Yamuna River. Its precious white marble façade is also blackening with air pollution and the interior is also weakening with time. Almost three to four million tourists visit Taj Mahal every year to admire its magnificence.
3. The Valley of Kings Egypt
The Valley of Kings in Egypt is at risk to disappear within 150 to 500 years due to humidity and fungus that is eroding the tombs gradually and also the increasing tourism is causing more damage to the tombs at west bank of the Nile.
2. The Maldives
The Maldives is most prone to risk of extinction due to global warming because it is the lowest-lying country in the world. If the ice caps will melt, the sea level will rise too much to inundate the land.
Venice, known as “City of Water” or “The Floating City” has been sinking slowly but the rising sea levels have worsened the situation. Floods also keep hitting the Venice making visitors wonder that how long it would stay over water.
Thus, it’s better to travel to Venice before it gets disappear on world map.