Canadian park in the top most beautiful in the world: Big 7 Travel
Global travel website Big 7 Travel has ranked the most remote and beautiful places in the world, and only one Canadian site—Ivvavik national park—is among them.
Among the 50 “most beautiful and remote places in the world”, Yukon National Park and its “pristine wilderness adventure” and “rich indigenous culture” ranked at number 9.
According to the Blue Eye list, Albania is the most remote and beautiful place in the world thanks to its freshwater springs and lush greenery.
Following Blue Eye, White Desert Whichaway Camp in Antarctica landed in second place, followed by Macquarie Island in Australia and Laya in Bhutan.
Further down the list, Gates of the Arctic National Park in Alaska, which makes the list at number 48, is the only site in the United States to make the list.
Here are the top 10 most remote and beautiful places in the world according to Big 7 Travel:
1. Green eyes, Albania
2. Camp in the white desert, Antarctica
3. Macquarie Island, Australia
4. Laya, Bhutan
5. Gunung Peak, Mulu National Park, Borneo
6. Sandibe Okavango, Botswana
7. Pitcairn Island, British Overseas Territory
8. Anegada, British Virgin Islands
9. Ivvavik National Park, Canada
10. Marble Cave, Patagonia, Chile
According to Big 7 Travel, the ranking is determined based on a number of factors such as remoteness, population size, unspoiled beauty and uniqueness.
The travel website says these destinations offer unique and unforgettable experiences for adventurous travelers.
You can find the full list of the 50 ranked destinations here.
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