In Photos: The World’s Most Unspoiled Places

The Irrawaddy Delta, Myanmar

The nine tributaries and the maze of smaller creeks that make up the Irrawaddy Delta cover over 3,800 square miles. The watery expanse is dotted with trading ports, ancient temples, markets, mosques and mangroves.


Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada

To experience a slice of nature on steroids, visit Vladimir Eco Reserve on Graham Island’s mid-west coast. Hike through mossy rainforests among towering trees with nine-foot-wide trunks. In a bid to protect this rugged wilderness, activities are strictly limited to walking and photography. To safeguard the fragile marine life, boats need a permit to land.


Guyana, South America

For more of nature’s bounty, head afterwards to magnificent Kaieteur Falls. Some 30,000 gallons of water cascade over the 820-foot drop, making it one of the world’s highest waterfalls.


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