Great Barrier Reef, Australia
No trip to Australia would be complete without a trip to the Barrier Reef, and it’s fair to say that nothing comes close to snorkeling through crystal clear waters, checking out the amazing coral, and swimming amongst the fishes. However, the Great Barrier Reef is being destroyed at an alarming rate, and it’s already clear to see the changes in the ecosystem.
Petra is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world, and countless tourists flock to this city every single year to see the ancient city shrouded in rock for themselves. It’s a true marvel to behold, but like many other rock structures in this world, Petra is struggling under the weight of erosion. This coupled up with the high levels of salt in the air are proving to be devastating.
Machu Picchu, Peru
Although you may have to trek a huge difference to see this place for yourself, everyone needs to see Machu Picchu at some point in their lives. This hidden city resides high in the mountains and showcases what life was like for the Incas back in the day. Unfortunately, the ancient city is now starting to erode, and experts are struggling to keep it stable.
You just have to see these places for yourselves before they disappear forever.