5. Snoqualmie Falls
If you plan on making a trip to Seattle, make sure to take a few extra days to travel an hour out of the city to see this beautiful waterfall. Book your stay at the Salish Lodge Hotel that sit right on the edge of the falls. The most quaint hotel with an award winning breakfast!
4. Waimea Canyon
Everyone knows everything about Hawaii is beautiful! The unforgettable sunsets and beautiful blue waters are expected, but Wimea Canyon was one of the most incredible views I have ever seen and SO unexpected. If you’re traveling to Kauai, it is a must see!
3. Sydney Harbor
Traveling to Australia was always a dream of mine! Sydney is such an amazing city and the view of the Bridge, Harbor and Opera House all together is almost unbeatable! If you have a chance to go to Sydney and want to get this view, this is from our hotel room at Quay West Suites.
2. Cliffs of Moher
Ireland was definitely a bucket list vacation for me! I have visited 22 countries and I have to say Ireland is ABSOLUTELY one I plan on returning to. If you get the chance to go, I highly recommend going to se the Cliffs of Moher. It is truly one of the most breathtaking views I have ever seen. One of those places you will stand and realize how big this world we liven really is.
1. Scottish Highlands
Want to feel like you are walking through the places The Lord of the Rings or Harry Potter was filmed? The Scottish Highlands is hands down the most stunning landscape I have ever experienced! My advice? Fly into Edinburgh, (also a super cool city) spend a few days there and then go out to The Highlands and see the true beauty of Scotland. You can even drive by the famous Harry Potter Bridge (actually called Glenfinnan Viaduct) you see in the movie.