6 Places to See Before They Disappear

6 Places to See Before They Disappear

Collect moments, not things.

Travel is always on my mind. It’s the subject of most my daydreams and probably one of the most searched topics in my Google browser — places to see.

Things are happening and places are fading. Here is a list of the 6 most beautiful places to see, made by Mother Nature of course, before they disappear from physical existence. Mark these on your passports asap people!



I’m a big fan and constantly inspired by travel blogger Alyssa Ramos from My Life’s a Movie who has also created this bad ass guide to taking the perfect travel pictures without the loud or touristy crowd → 10 Tips for Getting Travel Photos with No People in Them. Tips like go early af • and avoid weekends as well as holidays.

The video below ↓ by Bright Side is everything!!

Wherever you go, go with all your heart.

— Confucius

➀ The Taj Mahal.

This is a must and I recommend traveling there within the next 5 years so you don’t miss it. I stress, the sooner the better as the River Jumna is destroying its foundation. Discover all 5 gorgeous sides of the Taj Mahal by following this travel guru’s guide → 5 Stunning Sides of the Taj Mahal You Never See – My Life’s A Movie.

Here’s what the Taj Mahal looks like at 7am on a Tuesday during Monsoon Season!

Here’s what the Taj Mahal looks like at 7am on a Tuesday during Monsoon Season!

➁ The Maldives.

These gorgeous islands are sinking due to melting glaciers.

➂ The Large Barrier Reef.

It’s being destroyed by starfish and tropical hurricanes. Which makes me wonder how many beautiful reefs have come and gone throughout our world’s existence.

➃ The Dead Sea

Water levels are falling.

➄ The Galapagos Island

Large cruise ships and racketeers are destroying its ecosystem.

➅ Venice

Its buildings are being eroded by rising sea levels. Last year, it was reported that “the famous waterways of Venice are experiencing their lowest water levels since records began, with some canals now 70cm below the seasonal average.” — Independant


It’s important to note → Mother Nature has it’s wrath but more importantly she is the circle of life, which is what’s happening in most of these places. As some of these are fading, newer natural beauties will emerge ♥

According to Collins Dictionary the circle of life is nature’s way of taking and giving back life to earth. It symbolizes the universe being sacred and divine. It represents the infinite nature of energy, meaning if something dies it gives new life to another.