No matter where you live in the world, there are probably a few incredibly looking places to visit and see, or at least a view that’s unique to where you’re from.
If you’re in the prairies, the never ending fields may feel boring when you’ve been driving for hours at a time, but it can be a stunning view for someone who comes from the mountains, or a big city, or lived near a lot of dense forests.
The point is, the world has a lot of incredible things to offer, and you can travel to see a lot of them, but you can also check out videos like the one we’re fearing on this very page.
Traveling To The Most Beautiful Places From Home
Videos like this will take you on a tour to some of the coolest places in the world. It’s not the same as actually traveling to see them in person, but sometimes you’ve got to take what you can get!
Maybe you’ll see something here that inspires you to book a vacation, or to start saving up for a trip. On that same note, all of these majestic and incredible places also have people living there, and to the people who live there, it might not feel as special anymore.
The point of mentioning this is to remind you to also enjoy the stuff that’s near you, that you don’t need to travel to see.
Don’t take it for granted just because you see it everyday. The whole world has unique scenes, vistas, and experiences to enjoy and appreciate so please give yourself the opportunity to do so!
What About Everywhere Else?
Not every trip you take has to be to one of the MOST beautiful places. In fact, many of the “most beautiful” places that get listed all over and shown in photos and videos… if you were to take a step back from the angle of the camera, you would see 150 people crammed together, waiting for their split second to enjoy the view for just a moment.
In other words, these famously beautiful places are BUSY, CROWDED, and DIFFICULT to enjoy to their fullest.
That’s why, sometimes, the real beauty are the places you venture around and discover yourself. You could find a 10/10 waterfall in some travel guide that you barely get to enjoy as you try to elbow your way towards it among a crowd, or you could find a 9/10 waterfall somewhere that’s much less known and popular and sometimes, have it all to yourself.
Just something to keep in mind!
Of course, if you’re traveling to a new place, you won’t always have time to adventure around to find all of these things on your own.
If you’re looking for a more tame thing to spend some cash on instead of magnificent worldwide travel, what about using a scythe to cut your grass? It sounds pretty old fashioned, and it is, but there can be something charming about that.