Top 5 Panoramic Views That Will Leave You Speechless


Great culture, food, nature, and beautiful people are what make a trip memorable. But a breathless view will never let you forget your travel experience. These are some of the best panoramic views in the world that are certain to leave you speechless.

Victoria Peak, Hong Kong

Hong Kong is, in itself, an impressive feat of architecture and urban engineering, with staggering buildings that graze the sky. But from Victoria Peak, you can admire, in all its glory, the sprawling Hong Kong Island and beyond Tsim Sha Tsui. Just a train ride to the top of the peak, you will be able to treat your eyes to the multicolored, physic-defying buildings of this metropolis once you get to the edge.

Mirador Del Estrecho, Tarifa (Cádiz), Spain

Mirador del Estrecho in Tarifa is at the edge of the European continent, overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar. From here, you can basically see where Africa begins. It is a fantastic feeling when you see two continents separated by a stretch of the Atlantic Ocean. There are just 15 miles separating the coasts, and on a clear sunny day, you can see from Spain’s Ceuta to Morocco’s port Tangier.

Genoa Peak, Victoria, Australia

To get to Genoa’s Peak, you will have to cross a relatively unexplored walking track in Victoria’s East Gippsland, where trekkers can enjoy the rugged Australian scenery.

The road is not so difficult, it takes about 2 hours to complete, and you reach the top by climbing a steel ladder, but it is worth reaching Genoa Peak and enjoy seeing one of the best panoramic views.

At the edge of the peak, you will be able to admire astonishing, 360-degree views of the uninterrupted nature reserve scenery, and you can see as far out to the Mallacoota Lake.

Rainbow Mountains, China

The Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in China’s north-central Gansu is the home of some spectacular rock formations. This geological wonder was formed over the course of millions of years, as various mineral deposits layered on top of each other to give these mountains their distinct, colorful aspects. From the several viewing platforms inside the park, you can observe these undulating peaks that look covered by a rainbow (hence the name Rainbow Mountains). The colors are most impressive during the sunrise and sunset.

Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan

On the cliffs of Himalayan Bhutan, there is the sacred Buddhist temple of Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest), which is thousands of feet above the lush and verdant Paro Valley. Of course,  you can admire the monastery from afar, but if you make the effort to hike and go to the temple, you will be treated to spectacular views of the valley and the town of Paro.

If you ever go to one of these amazing places and get the chance of snapping a great photo, keep in mind to savor the moment and truly enjoy the best panoramic views the world has to offer.

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