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The Most Breathtaking Sights Around The World



Planet earth is filled with so many natural wonders, it’s almost impossible to know about them all. They span far and wide, and sometimes in the most unlikely places. But as mother nature does, the most fascinating sites are often in the most awe-inspiring locations.
Come with us as we journey around the planet to some of the most unique and beautiful natural environments the world has to offer. From hidden aquatic oasis, to insane caverns and mountainous viewpoints, these are the best vacation sites you’ve never heard about.

An Interesting Sea of Stars

That’s not Photoshop in what is known as the Sea of Stars in Maldives. The light coming off of the water is created by bioluminescent phytoplankton. When the plankton is stressed, it illuminates the water for you to enjoy when you visit and for photographers to take awesome photos like this one. The only question is what could be stressing the plankton out?

Like A Sheet Of Cracked White Concrete

In Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, there exists the world’s largest salt flats. If you visit, hope for a rainy day. You’ll get to see the flats turn into what looks like a huge mirror.

It’s A Tunnel That Can Spark Some Romance

In the Ukraine, there is an actual Tunnel of Love. It’s a natural setting that couples like to walk. The myth goes that their wishes will be granted if couples hold hands and walk the entire length of the tunnel. Be careful though! The tunnel is still being used by trains that come through three times every day to bring factory wood.

How Is The Lake So Red?

In an east African country known as Tanzania, there is a salt lake called Lake Natron. The salt can be easily seen when you visit because it’s a reddish crust that floats on the surface. Strange phenomenons like this are all over the world. What makes the salt red? Do they serve the salt in restaurants as an exotic delicacy?

Dead Trees In Front Of A Dune

Namibia is a country in southwest Africa where there is a huge desert area named the Namib Desert. In Deadvlei, this awesome image of dead trees in front of the sand dune is the kind of scene you might find on an album cover. It’s definitely a sight to see. It makes you wonder how the trees got there in the first place.

Walk Through A Tunnel Of Flowers

It’s located in Kitakyushu, Japan, in a place called Kawachi Fuji Gardens. The Wisteria Flower Tunnel is full of fresh scents and clean air to breathe. You can walk through the tunnel and feel like you are walking through a waterfall. It definitely gives that kind of vibe.

Nothing Like Exploring Some Ice Caves

The Eben Ice Caves are in Deerton, Michigan. It looks like a winter wonderland as you walk across the packed ice. There’s even snow in the caves. So, be careful! Slipping and sliding comes with the territory.

Walk Through Caves That Magically Change Colors

When you go to Chile, you’ll want to check out the Marble Caves. You can only get there by boat, which makes the experience that much more top notch. They aren’t always blue though. They change colors with the seasons.

Be In Your Own Rock Video

Yemen has many awesome sights. This one looks like the stuff where music videos are made. The White Sand Dunes of Socotra Island look so pure and untouched, you’ll want to run through and put your footprints all over the place.

Awesome Caves Full Of Illumination

Light shines through creating a blue illumination in the Glacier Ice Cave of Iceland. You will be overwhelmed when you walk through the caves. It’s the kind of place that makes you feel so small because the world’s so big. It’s good to get that kind of perspective every once in a while.

It’s A Famous Forest Of Fairy Tales

The Black Forest in Germany is actually pretty famous. It is the setting of many fairy tales you grew up reading when you were a child. But also looking deep into its darkness, you just might realize that a broomstick manufacturing company found its home there in the Harry Potter series.

Pink Water Like A Fine Wine

It’s a special type of algae that makes the water pink in Spain’s Laguna Salada de Torrevieja. Don’t worry if you’d like to swim. You can go ahead and jump in. There’s a cycle of life to it. The algae are eaten by shrimp. The shrimp are then eaten by flamingos, creating this particular portion of the cycle.

The Trees Look Like They’re Bleeding

In Yemen, there is a Socotra Island in a series of islands. The Dragon Trees are native there and there is something special about them. They look like they are bleeding because they have a red sap. It’s an interesting sight to see a tree bleed.

Come To Get Illuminated

Just about the neatest caves in the world. Illuminated by millions of glowworms, the caves come with their own natural lighting like the stars in the sky. Enjoy some rafting through the caves, a totally different underground experience.

Get Healed In The Blue Lagoon

Iceland is where you’ll find this awesome Blue Lagoon. The water is naturally warm at about a hundred degrees. Sitting in the lagoon and letting the water wash over you, the myth is that it has healing effects.

The Different Colored Ground Is No Mystery

It is a strange phenomenon that took place in Chamarel, Mauritius. There are volcanoes in Chamarel, but they haven’t been active for a long time. The different colored land is actually the volcanic lava that flowed over the ground and cooled at different temperatures.

An Interesting Formation Of Rock Columns

It’s the Fingal’s Cave in Scotland and it’s awesome. How did those rocks turn out square like that? It looks like you’re walking into a cathedral. The name of the cave actually means “The Melodious Cave” in Gaelic.

A Walkway Through Paradise

In Kyoto, Japan, there is a grove that is covered in green bamboo. It’s called the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove and it’s a nice little walk. You can escape the real world for a while and just enjoy the view.

Magical Lakes In The Craters Of The Volcano

The Kelimutu is a volcano in Indonesia. What’s awesome are the lakes that sit comfortably in the craters. If you watch long enough, you’ll get to see the water change colors. It’s a natural phenomenon that takes place and another mystery of the world.

One Long And Winding Road

It’s called the Trollstigen and it’s in Norway, an interesting winding road that makes for a great drive. It’s also the perfect challenge for skateboarders who like to push themselves to the edge of the envelope. If you drive on the winding road, go at a reasonable speed. You can lose control easily around those turns.

A Natural Turkish Spa City

In Turkey, there is a town called Pamukkale that is famous for its thermal water springs. It was once a spa city with its terrace of what feels like small lakes. Can you imagine spending a few days here? It would definitely take your mind off of things for a while.

A Water Hole In A Body Of Water

In Belize, there is a hole in the water called the Great Blue Hole. Jacques Cousteau used to dive in it and called it a great diving site to go SCUBA. It’s actually a sinkhole off the coast of Belize. It just goes to show that natural occurrences on earth often turn out to be amazing.

It’s A Real Oasis In The Middle Of A Desert

The Huacachina Oasis is in southwestern Peru. A lagoon sits in the center of a village tucked away nicely in the middle of sand dunes. It’s not a mirage. It’s an actual oasis and it has a night life you can tear up while you’re there.

Go Boating Down The Center Of The Village

Of course, you have heard of Venice, Italy. It can really be a special place for people who know how to make the most of it. Take a ride in a boat on the Grand Canal. Kick back while you travel the water in a water bus or a private water taxi.

A Rock Neatly Lodged In The Mountain

In Norway, there is a special sight to see. A boulder known as Kjeragbolten is lodged in the mountain. You can jump down on it and stand there for pictures. Just watch out for the drop below that goes down about 3,228 feet.