9 Tourist Attractions That Could Vanish Due To Climate Change

Himanshi singh       Nov 19, 2022

#Galápagos Islands, Ecuador

        Galápagos are volcanic islands at the split of the Equator, some 1,000 kilometers west of mainland Ecuador 


#Glaciers Of Glacier National Park, Montana

       The world-renowned Glacier National Park spreads over a million acres in Montana along the US-Canada border. 


#Snow On Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

       Kilimanjaro dominates the tropical landscape of Tanzania in Africa with a charismatic nickname of the "Root of Africa." 


#New York City, New York

     New York City, and Liberty Island with its famous statue, are surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. 


#Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

    Rio's brightly-colored cityscape and diverse culture, surrounded by stunning coastlines, is a tourist hotspot in Brazil. 


#The Dead Sea, Jordan/Israel

   The Dead Sea is a renowned wellness destination for healing, relaxation, and meditation-worthy sights.  


#The Great Barrier Reef, Australia

   The world's most extensive coral reef system spans for immense 2,300 miles off the northeast coast of Australia.  


#Wineries In The Rhône Valley, France

Rhône Valley is among the world's top sought-after winemaking regions. The valley spreads in a corridor of over 120 miles  


#Sundarbans, India/Bangladesh

The world's largest mangrove forest, and the only of its kind to host a significant population of wild tigers, 


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