There are way more than seven wonders in the world.  Each week, I am going to start featuring seven places or things to see on this amazing planet of ours.  If you have been there, let me know how it was!  Each week the list will have a different theme so check back next week for another seven wonders.  Explore on!

Bagan, Myanmar

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Bagan is an ancient city in Myanmar that was once the capital of the Kingdom of Pagan.  There are over 2200 temple ruins to explore, and a hot air balloon seems like a great way to see them all.

Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China

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Located in the Wulingyuan District of China, the mountains here were an inspiration for the ones in the movie Avatar.  This place looks unreal.  How crazy would it be to be on top of one of those pillars?

Son Doong Cave, Vietnam 

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Located near the Laos-Vietnam border, the Son Doong Cave is the largest cave passage in the world.  One of the amazing things you can do here other than hike through it, is to camp inside of it for multiple days.

Ki Monastery, India

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The Ki Monastery, or Kye Gompa, is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery sitting at 13,668 ft. above sea level in the Spiti Valley of India.  This place is just asking to be hiked to.

The Great Blue Hole, Belize


This large submarine sinkhole off the coast of Belize looks out of this world.  Being just over 400 ft. deep, it is one of the top scuba diving attractions on earth.  It also looks like a place where a large mythical sea monster would live.

Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia


Crystal clear lakes cascading down on one another is something I need to see.  Plitvice Lakes National Park is the largest in Croatia and one of the most popular attractions in Europe.  But thats pretty clear why, just look at that!

Antelope Canyon, USA

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Located in Arizona, Antelope Canyon is a slot canyon formed by years of water erosion.  I just want to explore this sandstone maze.  When the sun shines through and hits the rocks, the scene is quite majestic.


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