15 Destinations to See Before They Disappear Forever 

Are you curious about the places around the world? There are destinations you should go see before they disappear forever. From melting glaciers to the Northern Lights, you should try to see them all. You want to witness the beauty of the world before they fade into history.

1. Venice

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The Floating City might be gone for good if the water continues to rise. Rising sea levels have been a threat to Venice, and no one knows how long it can take. With frequent floods, it’ll be hard to keep Venice dry. Venice might be going underwater in the future. 

2. Maldives 

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The beautiful paradise island Maldives, is everyone’s dream to visit, and it is the lowest lying country in the world. It’s in danger of disappearing due to climate change. Scientists believe the Maldives will be uninhabitable by 2050 due to rising sea levels. The islands are not just home to local Maldivians but it is a resort for many travelers to come see. 

3. Seychelles 

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Seychelles is a popular destination for paradise-seekers. It is 1 meter above sea level. However, due to rising water and beach erosion, the Seychelles islands will sink in the future. 

4. Glacier National Park 

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100 years ago, there were 150 glaciers, but in 2005, there were only 27. With how the ecosystem is, no one knows what’s going to happen to the remaining glaciers. They might disappear forever in the future if the climate is changing. 

5. Great Barrier Reef, Australia

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The reef is vulnerable, and it has lost half of its coral cover in the last three decades. It is a home to many plants and animals, and it is at grave risk of disappearing for good. A 2018 study shows that the Great Barrier Reef has experienced damage from bleaching.

6. Amazon Rainforest 

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The Amazon rainforest is the world's largest rainforest and home to many species of animals and plants. However, if massive fire and deforestation continue, the rainforest might meet it demise. It won’t be a home to animals,s and plants anymore. 

7. Madagascar Rainforest 

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Madagascar is a beautiful place with 90% of different plants and animals. However, due to overhunting, habitat loss, and climate change, the place might not be the same again. Extinction of these plants and animals might happen if humans aren’t careful. 

8. Joshua Tree National Park 

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Native to one of California Desert, the Mojave Desert, Joshua Tree are the most intriguing trees. However, due to the severe droughts, the trees are desperate for water. If this keeps up, the trees might not last for long since they do need water to survive. 

9. Machu Pichu, Peru 

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The ruins of Incan Empire has attract many tourists every year since it is a historical place to see with one’s own eyes. With landslides and erosions, the ruins can collapse anytime unless there are rules and regulations that are put in place. 

10. Dead Sea 

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Isn’t it ironic how the Dead Sea might disappear? The sea is known for its high salt levels, where visitors can float without effort. With tourists visiting every year and other geological factors, this can be the demise of the ancient sea. The water level is falling three feet every year, and no one knows what will happen in the future. 

11. The Pyramids, Egypt 

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The iconic pyramids, still standing in Egypt, are an unforgettable site for tourists. There are concerts for pyramids, and the Great Sphinx is facing erosion from pollution. It could be a matter of time before they collapse due to rising groundwater and weakening sewage. 

12. Great Wall of China 

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The largest man-made wall in the world has survived for over 2,000 years. However, with tourism, erosion, human activities, and ot her natural conditions, the Great Wall has already been damaged. To preserve this historical structure, regulations, and rules need to be made.

13. Sundarbans 

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Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in the world, but can be wiped up in the future. Due to climate change, exploitation of natural resources, rising sea levels, and other natural conditions. The tigers, which are considered an endanger species, are slowly disappearing in this area. 

14. Maya Bay, Thailand 

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Maya Bay is a beautiful bay for many tourists. It is bordered by gigantic cliffs on three sides. It is an unforgettable paradise with clear water, tropical fish, colored corals, and soft white sand. However, it has closed so that the coral reef and marine life can recover from excessive damage from tourism.

15. Florida Everglades 

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Located in southern part of Florida is the Florida’s Everglades. This wetland area has lots of cypress, mangroves, and prairies. You will see many aquatic animals like turtles, alligators, and snakes. However, the vegetation is not doing well due to climate change and excessive salt content. 

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