SAGANO BAMBOO FOREST, JAPAN
Located on the outskirts of Kyoto, the wind produces an ethereal whistling sounds as it passes through the bamboo trees. The Japanese have listed the sound as one of “100 must-be-preserved sounds” in the country.
AMAZON RAINFOREST, SOUTH AMERICA
The world’s largest tropical rainforest, the Amazon stretches over an area of 6,700,000 sq. km. (2,586,885 sq. mile) and is home to a wide array of rare animals, like the Poison Dart Frog and the Golden Lion Tamarin monkey. As accessible from the Peruvian side as the Brazilian, you can visit the Manu National Park and Alto Purus National Park from cities like Pucallpa and Puerto Maldonado.
ANCIENT BEECH FOREST, GERMANY
Identified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Germany’s Ancient Beech Forest is an extension of the Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians. In autumn, the trees are covered in bright red and golden leaves – a must-visit for all shutterbugs and nature enthusiasts out there.
WESTERN GHATS, INDIA