1.) Northern Territory, Australia the best time to go May-July (early dry season) and August-September (late dry season) are the best times to visit, with clear skies and lower humidity. There are several spectacular land formations in the Northern Territory, each of which are fascinating in their complete opposition to their surrounds. Uluru is by far the most amazing and the most famous.
2.) Rising majestically above the African Savannah, the 20,000-foot Mt. Kilimanjaro has beckoned to climbers since the first recorded summit in 1889.Approximately 25,000 people attempt to summit Mt. Kilimanjaro annually. Approximately two-thirds are successful. Altitude-related problems is the most common reason climbers turn back.
3.) Table Mountain is a flat top mountain. You can view the whole city of Cape Town in South Africa. The highest point is 1,086 meters (3,563 ft) above sea level, There are and an estimated 2,200 species of plants are found on the mountain alone – many of which are endemic to the mountain and can be found nowhere else. It serves an excellent way of seeing the city of Cape Town without physically going there.
4.) Located in the Quang Ninh province of Vietnam is Halong Bay. This bay is famous for its more than 1960 limestone, rocky, tall islands which are rich in tropical vegetation. Many remarkable geological events in Ha Long Bay’s history have occurred in the last 1,000 years. Some of these include the advance of the sea, the raising of the bay area, the strong erosion that has formed coral, and the pure blue and heavily salted water. Making it an excellent for Geography buffs.
5.) 1. Last but not least is the Grand Canyon More than 5 million people visit this large attraction every year. According to National Geographic this makes the Grand Canyon the 2nd most visited park after the Great Smoky Mountains.