Our world is full of natural resources and beautiful places that we should treasure. But, we could never deny the fact that not all people do that. A lot of places nowadays are being destroyed by our own human activities. So before these places get fully destroyed (hopefully not!) you might as well try to visit it first.
The Dead Sea
Sound familiar? Yes, this is one of the well-known places mentioned on the bible. Located at Palestine this is a must see place which you can visit if you want to experience it real life.
But because of a lot of mining activities, almost 2 billion gallons of water is being lost every year. This water is amazingly 10 times as salty as an ocean.
If you’re ardent at swimming on this kind of extraordinary water, visit this place as soon as possible before it’s too late!
Located at Peru, Machu Pichu is one of the most visited tourist spot in the country, and is also known as the “Lost City” that is high as 2,430 meters above sea level.
Rediscovered in 1911, Machu Pichu has been beautiful historic site with breath taking views and out-of-this world landscape.
But because of unexpected landslides and corrosion the beautiful site is starting to be destroyed. So before it’s too late, be quick to visit this wonderful place.
Featured on an animated movie, Madagascar’s rainforest was once measured as having 120,000 square miles wide of tropical woodland. But because of illegal logging and endless deforestation, the famous forest that is home to various endangered and undiscovered living organism has downscaled to only 20,000 square miles. Very alarming right? The living organisms taking refuge on this beautiful paradise will soon lost their home and maybe their lives as well if not prevented by the local government.
So if you want to discover these undiscovered organism before they’re gone, visit Madagascar.
A truly breath taking place. If you’re looking for an island to visit, Maldives will not disappoint your expectations.
Known as the lowest-lying country on Earth, Maldives is at high risk of being swallowed up by the rising sea level if conservatory gases aren’t reduced very soon.
Hopefully, the local government can avoid this king of catastrophe. So if you wanna visit Maldives, fearing that soon it will be submerged with water, then what are you waiting for? You might as well visit it tomorrow.
The Taj Mahal
One of India’s UNESCO heritage sites, Taj Mahal is rich of historic stories that will surely amaze you. With it’s astonishing architecture this beautiful site’s perishing aesthetics is indeed very hard to envision. But sadly, due to years of air pollution on its surroundings, the mausoleum’s exterior is corroding.
So, before the local government close this famous landmark (hopefully not) why not check-out the place.
As the famous saying goes, “The only constant in this world is change”. So before everything changes into something that we cannot control, why not use the chance today to do the things that we really ought to do.