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Planning Your Long-Awaited Adventure

17 May 2022

The wind on your face, the excitement of planning and taking off – international borders are finally opening again and it's time to get back to seeing the world!

 

 

The 7 Natural Wonders of the World

For people living in metropolitan areas, it is easy to lose touch with the natural world. Witnessing nature’s sheer beauty and scale is an unforgettable experience that is sure to make you appreciate our amazing world. The 7 Natural Wonders of the World are all worthy entries to the bucket-list and are the perfect destinations for a retreat from city life.

 

Grand Canyon, Arizona

 

Some are located close to major cities, such as the Grand Canyon in Arizona or the Harbour of Rio de Janeiro. The more adventurous may consider travelling to Zimbabwe for the fierce Victoria Falls, or Iceland to be entranced by Aurora Borealis.

Aurora Borealis

 

Aurora Borealis (more commonly known as the Northern Lights), is a natural phenomenon that occurs in the sky over the Arctic circle. It is the result of energised particles emitted from the sun interacting with the Earth’s magnetic poles, creating a tapestry of majestic waves of light across the heavens.

Mount Everest

 

But for the bravest souls who scoff at peril and crave excitement, Mount Everest awaits, giving those who venture that far the chance to observe the world from the highest point possible. With a base camp at 5,364 metres above sea level, you can still get a taste of the world’s highest mountain without the risk of becoming a popsicle.

Victoria Falls

 

To help give you an idea of their unparalleled magnificence, along with interesting facts about each, Hinkler is releasing the Puzzlebilities 7 Wonders of the Natural World Jigsaw. Get the family together for a night of puzzle-fun and make a plan to decide which one you should visit first!

 

Puzzlebilities Seven Wonders of the Natural World Jigsaw