Are you tired of your daily routine, and feeling like you need a calming vacation? Are you looking for a close encounter of the herd kind? In fact, all over the world, there are thousands of beautiful nature destinations. However, we will be counting for you only 3 of them. Keep on reading this article if you want to know more about the top 3 trip destinations for nature lovers.

Pulpit Rock, Preikestolen, Norway

 

Top 3 Trip Destinations for Nature LoversThis place is actually, 604-meter high from a flat plateau down to Lysefjord. Moreover, when you go there, there is no safety, so you have to be careful and stay away from the edge. Moreover, it will be all worth it when you will see the majestic scenery over Kjerag peak, which itself drops 984 meters.

Gran Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

 

Top 3 Trip Destinations for Nature LoversThe Gran Salar de Uyuni in southern Bolivia takes in more than 10 square kilometers of salt. It feels more like a desert than a lake. The flat, white landscape causes optical illusions and reflects colors. There’s even a hotel made almost entirely of salt and an island where giant cacti grow in the middle of the salt lake.

Ngorogoro Crater, Tanzania

 

Top 3 Trip Destinations for Nature LoversThe Ngorogoro Crater is what they call “Africa’s Eden”. In fact, this place appeared after a huge volcano exploded 2-3 million years ago, and as a result, people are able to see Africa’s wild animals on the 300 square kilometer caldera. Moreover, those wild animals consist of: Lions, rhino, leopards, elephant and buffalo, and many more, but the ones mentioned are what they call the “big five”, they are present among around 25,000 animals, and nearly every species present in East Africa, which call the area home. Besides that, the crater itself offers dramatic vistas, especially at sunrise.

Paria Canyon, Arizona, United States

 

Top 3 Trip Destinations for Nature LoversThe Paria River in northern Arizona is known as being the smaller version of the Grand Canyon. Some of the rock formations, including The Wave, are just as spectacular. Visitors need a permit from the Bureau of Land Management.