15 Most Majestic Trees In The World

Trees are an incredible part of our nature. Without trees there is no life and they are vital for our everyday survival. If we talk scientifically, they are important as they intake carbon di-oxide. Also, in order to maintain ecological balance we need trees. Moreover, trees are not only helpful rather they are extremely beautiful at times.

Definitely, one would like to know about most majestic trees in the world. Although, it may be true that during the complete lifetime period you may not get a chance to see such trees in real but still it would be exciting to learn about most magnificent trees.

Most Majestic Trees In The World

Angel Oak
John’s island in South Carolina: The tree stands 20 meters tall which means almost 66.5 ft. It is estimated that the tree is 1400 to 1500 years old tree. Just imagine how great it would be to just be under this tree someday.

Angel Oak tree in North Carolina (1)

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Dragon blood Trees in Yemen
The name says it all. This tree earned this name due to unique characteristics i.e. crimson red sap. Although, the red sap has many uses as it used as a dye and was even used as violin varnish and even a fold remedy for various diseases.

Dragon blood Trees in Yemen (1)

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Maple tree tunnel – Oregon
This is not just about single tree rather a complete tunnel made of maple trees and maple leaves all around. A perfect path for a romantic walk. Isn’t it?

Maple tree tunnel – Oregon (1)

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Jacarandas in Cullinan, South Africa
The lovely jacarandas along with their magnificent flowers of violet color grow only in South Africa.

Jacarandas in Cullinan, South Africa (1)

Jacarandas in Cullinan, South Africa (2)

Rhododendron tree in Canada
If you search online about the most majestic trees in the world, it is for sure that will find this name on the top. This 125-year old huge rhododendron which is actually not a tree is a wonderful sight to watch. These are generally considered as shrubs.

Rhododendron tree in Canada (1)

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Wind-swept trees – New Zealand
The constant Antarctic winds made these trees stand tall like this. These are found at the southern tip of New Zealand.

Wind-swept trees – New Zealand (3)

Wind-swept trees – New Zealand (1)

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Antarctic beech – Oregon
The unbelievable natural species i.e. Antarctic beech are the natives of Chile and Argentina. But the Antarctic Beech draped in hanging moss is from U.S. North pacific region.

Antarctic beech – Oregon (1)

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Blooming cherry trees in Germany
You will find these beautiful cherry blossoms in the month of April in Bonn of Germany. There are wonderful tunnels of these extremely beautiful trees.

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Flamboyant Tree in Brazil
Although it is true that Flamboyant tree lives in Madagascar but generally you will find these trees growing in all tropical regions round the world.

Flamboyant Tree in Brazil (1)

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The President, California
President is located in Sequoia National Park which is situated in California. Just Google it and you will be extremely astonished to see the length of this tree in the images. It is 73 meters tall which comes around 241 feet. It is known to be third largest giant sequoia in the world.

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144-year old wisteria in Japan
People come from all around the world to walk beneath the shades of this tree which almost stretches nearly 1,990 square feet.

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The Dark Hedges – North Ireland
The credit goes to the Stuart family who actually planted these trees to welcome their guests in eighteenth century. It’s been 200 years and these trees still exist.

The Dark Hedges – North Ireland (1)

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The Dark Hedges, an avenue of beech trees south of Ballycastle near Armoy. Ballypatrick Forest lies on the Ballycastle to Cushendall road and has a number of view points, walks, a scenic drive, and picnic areas. On the same road are the remains of a Franciscan friary, Bonamargy, dating from 1485.
The Dark Hedges, an avenue of beech trees south of Ballycastle near Armoy. Ballypatrick Forest lies on the Ballycastle to Cushendall road and has a number of view points, walks, a scenic drive, and picnic areas. On the same road are the remains of a Franciscan friary, Bonamargy, dating from 1485.

Baobab Trees in Madagascar
They are unique in its kind. You would hardly find such trees anywhere else in the world and even the technique to plant these stupendous nature art is unknown.

Baobab Trees in Madagascar (1)

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Rainbow Eucalyptus – Kauai, Hawaii
The list of most majestic trees in the world would remain incomplete without the discussion on this beautiful rainbow eucalyptus. Just see those multi-colored tree barks as they show all the rainbow colors.

Rainbow Eucalyptus – Kauai, Hawaii (1)

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Avenue of Oaks – south California
The Avenue of oaks at Dixie plantation came into existence somewhere around 1790s in south California. So beautiful they are, as they can’t be praised in words.

Avenue of Oaks – south California

Definitely after going through this, you would crave to roam around the world in just forty (40) days and actually click a snap of these present day existing, extremely beautiful and personified trees. What are you waiting for guys? Hurry up! Pack your bags.

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