The world is full of beautiful landscapes, vibrant cities and never ending excitements waiting to be uncovered and explored. However, there are some wondrous places that most people have never been made aware of, and these places are sure to be ones that you want to add to your bucket list!
First is the Starry Beach located in the Maldives, especially at night this beach looks as though it has come straight from a fantasy movie with glowing waters that elope a sense of magic. The glowing spots in the water are caused by microscopic bio-luminescent phytoplankton that are triggered via wave activity and other movements in the water. This no longer hidden gem of the Earth is becoming a hit with surfers and romantics alike and must been in person to truly be appreciated.
The Ukraine has their own treasure, The Tunnel of Love located in Klevan is a 3km long railway section that goes through beautiful greenery lined up on either side of the tracks. Each season has its own contribution to the stunning natural effects of the scenery and it is widely believed along locals that wishes of love come true here.
Interesting climate conditions in Yemen offer a mystical charm to an island situated in the Arabian Sea, flora and fauna of the island Socotra cannot be found anywhere else on the planet so make this experience an exclusive delight to witness. Iceland has its own delightful treasure, although it might be slightly trickier to get too than some of the others on the list. Created by a Vatnajvkull ice cap, Crystal Cave is centuries old and displays within it a whole new world of colour, formation and texture, something that can only be seen here.
Zhangye Danxia is a selection of mountains in China that is in various hues of colour, they cover a 510 m2 radius and are becoming a slightly more popular tourist spot for adventure and nature lovers. The extensive amount of minerals in the rocks deliver a unique explosion of colour that make the mountains look like the work of an artist.
Mexico reveals the Naica Mines, resembling something from a sci-fi movie this stunning formation of selenite crystals are located in the state of Chihuahua. These are some of the largest naturally formed crystals in the world and the Naica Mines are currently operational. Salar de Uyuni is within Bolivia and is the world’s largest salt flat land, taking on incredible colour transformations from bright white to reflections of dawn and dusk, the stunning location is home to countless beautiful pink flamingos and spans across a vast areas of 10,582km2.
Pakistan is not on the majority of peoples dream places to visit due to recent wars and turmoil, but they are home to the stunningly different Ghost Trees. Both remarkable and eerie the phenomenon of the ghost tress in Sindhu are where entire trees are coated in cobwebs from spiders, this is said to have happened during floods where insects are forced to seek hider ground for safety but now these fantastic creations keep mosquitoes at bay. The sight is as spooky as it is spectacular.
If we travel back to China, we find the Tianzi Mountains that look as if they are form the set of Avatar, here tall rock projections appear to be literally hanging from the sky. Located in the Hunan Provenance this reserve forest is home to outstanding rock peaks and is visible at its best by a cable car ride. Brazil is home to the Lencois Maranhenses where sweeping sand dunes meet high rainfall so this desert like place collides with lagoons in-between sand for a scenery that is of the most breath-taking beauty. The world has endless unbelievable experiences waiting to be uncovered, so for your next holiday why not try something completely different for a once in a lifetime adventure.