We may have to say goodbye to these favorite travel destinations

Places disappearing due to climate change: Melting ice caps, rising sea levels, and the extinction of exotic plants are all red alerts that nature has been ringing for ages. No longer a joke because nature’s wrath is inevitable. From the beaches of the Maldives to the coral reefs of Australia, the buzz of global warming will soon swallow up some of the world’s most famous and best destinations.Read also – Explanation | What is causing the wave of deadly wildfires in Europe?

Multiple treaties, agreements, and summits are held each year in an effort to combat the climate crisis amidst other mundane affairs, but the damage is huge to be covered. The world may lose some of its most important travel destinations due to human factors. Ecotourism has been gaining momentum recently because it is a small way to protect our environment and protect these pristine spots from further degradation. Here is a list of those places you may have to say goodbye soon. Also Read – Vicky Kaushal Katrina Kaif Gets Goofy With Friends In New Maldives Pictures


Venice was recently flooded in 2020 (Photo: Pixabay)

The famous philosopher Nietzsche, born in the cheerful city of Venice, described this city as – “When I search for another word for music, I never find any other than Venice.” The beauty of the gun cannot be summed up in mere words. The vibrant city with its romantic colors seems to sing the tourist himself. The famous gondola rides, canals and cafes are simply fantastic. But today, the city is inundated with ocean waters and soon submerged. Activists and artists alike are working in this Italian city to draw attention to the climate crisis here. Recently in 2020, the city was heavily flooded. Although there is a flood barrier system installed recently, it is not that efficient. ALSO READ – Katrina Kaif stuns in a black monokini as she enjoys swimming underwater with her girl gang – check out the photos and videos

the great Barrier Reef

the great Barrier Reef

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef absorbs about 30% of carbon dioxide (Photo: Unsplash)

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is a colorful and stunning experience. The largest coral reef in the world – it consists of about 3000 individual reef systems and coral bays. Filled with vibrant marine life, every year tourists flock to the place in huge numbers just to snorkel and dive in the beauty of the ocean. But rising temperatures have now led to coral bleaching. It is a condition in which corals begin to turn white and soon die. In an aerial survey conducted by the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, in 2020, data revealed that 60 percent of living corals had already died.

Dead Sea

Dead Sea

Rich in minerals and famous for its buoyant properties, the Dead Sea shrinks every day (Image: Pixabay)

The Dead Sea is famous for the way people float in its salty waters. Unfortunately, this body of water has already lost a third of its general surface and is expected to dry up completely by 2050. There are various reasons for this drastic change. Aside from building dams and the hot climate, a lot of cosmetic companies extract minerals from their water causing it to shrink.

the moldive Islands

the moldive Islands

The Maldives is the lowest lying country in the world (Photo: Pixabay)

Did you take a moment to read this name? This archipelago in the Indian Ocean is a travel destination for everyone and anyone who is an avid traveler. A dream destination for many, the Maldives is a radiant island that will soon disappear from the map if the necessary steps are not taken now! One of the lowest lying countries in the world (only 1.3 meters above sea level) appealed to the authorities here for funding for infrastructure during the UN climate talks in 2019. Visit it shortly before there is water.


Madagascar, one of the largest island countries

Large-scale deforestation will soon remove greens from Madagascar (Photo: Pixabay)

Imagine a world where Madagascar is a lost place. Where will Alex, Marty and Skipper be? The famous island nation featured in the animated movie may be brought back to life just because of climate change. Large-scale deforestation, multiple wildfires will soon leave the place barren and dead.

While it may still be 20-30 years for these places to disappear, we must travel responsibly and contribute to making everything better.

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