8 Incredible Travel Destinations You Must Visit At least Once In lifetime!

Santiago, Chile

Everyone loves to enjoy the serenity and beauty of the nature which gives immense peace. Autumn is that magical time of year when the leaves change color, the dry trees start rejuvenation and everything in the nature becomes so lively. For jet-setters, nothing beats seeing the world at its best.

So, here’s a list of 8 travel destinations that are significantly beautiful when the leaves start to change color.

1.Acadia National Park, Maine
Acadia National Park, Maine
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Mid-October is the perfect time of year to go “leaf-peeping” at Acadia National Park.

2.Boston, Massachusetts
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
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An early-morning walk along the Freedom Trail to enjoy the chill in the air mixed with the beautiful foliage is just perfect.

3.Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
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One peculiar aspect of fall in Wyoming includes the annual elk-mating season. You can hear the male elk “bugling” as they attempt to find their female counterparts.

4.New York City
New York City
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Fall is the best season to visit the amazing foliage in the Central Park. It’s also the perfect time to get a head start on all your holiday shopping.

5.Paris, France
Paris, France
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This destination is somewhat different from all the places in the world. The immensely perfect beauty of it is so pleasing that you must visit it once.

6.Santiago, Chile
Santiago, Chile
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This destination is usually has warming up spring-like conditions much of September through November. This is the best time to visit Santiago.

7.Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver, Canada
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The Vancouver Fringe Festival brings more than 700 performers to the area. The Van Dusen Botanical Garden is another must-see attraction, featuring a variety of picture-perfect fall-scapes in one place.

8.Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
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I couldn’t think of a more beautiful place to take in the changing of the leaves. You can also hit the trails without worrying about tons of tourists.

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