Perito Moreno Glacier, located in the Los Glaciares National Park of Argentina’s southern Patagonia region is not only one of the world’s biggest glaciers, it is also one of the most accessible (being not high up in the mountains), and it is also one of the few glaciers in the world which is not currently retreating. But, most of all, it is arguably the most impressive and stunningly most beautiful glacier on this planet.
#42 – Kotor Fjord, MONTENEGROStunning scenery along Kotor fjord connected to the Adriatic Sea
#22 – Kerala Backwater Houseboats, INDIAGo on a relaxing one or two night sailing along the canals and waterways of southwestern India
#44 – Sarajevo, BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINAWhite graveyards dated between 1991 and 1993 are ever present.
#50 – Red City of Dubrovnik, CROATIAWhile it ranks #50, Dubrovnik made it to this exclusive list of incredible destinations.