Astonishingly Beautiful Places, Traveler Must Visit.
Hidden Beach, Marieta Islands, Mexico
This strip of sand in the Marietas Islands, off the coast of Puerto Vallarta, is so secret that it cannot be seen from the sea or reached by land… and you have to swim through a long underwater tunnel from the Pacific Ocean to get to it.
Playa de Amor-translate as” the beach of love”, is a happy accident – the result of a series of bombings by the Mexican government in the early 1900s.is a secret beach with pure water and a large variety of birds living there.
A secret beach with pure water and a large variety of birds living there.
You can get to this solitary piece of paradise only by water. After sailing through a maze of underwater caves for a few minutes, you will discover a wonderful beach lost in the depths of the island.
The National Protected Areas Commission (Conanp) has decided that even 625 tourists are too many: it has placed a restriction of 116 per day.
- That’s one of a number of new rules. The number of visitors in a group will not be allowed to exceed 15, gear such as fins, face masks, and snorkels will be prohibited, no diving will be allowed and visits will be limited to 30 minutes in duration.
- The beach, part of the Marieta Islands National Park, will close for two days a week for maintenance, management activities and monitoring.
The Silfra Fissure, Iceland
Silfra is a rift formed in the divergent tectonic boundary between the North American and Eurasian plates and is located in the Thingvellir National Park in Iceland.
This is a favorite place for divers and adventurers. It is possible to lose the sense of depth here because the cold water is incredibly pure. You can see through 300 meters of it!
The Silfra fissure consists of four sections: Silfra Big Crack, Silfra Hall, Silfra Cathedral, and Silfra Lagoon.
Trip Plan Keflavik -Raykjavik
Plan a 5 day Reykjavík tour and you can have the opportunity to plunge into three uniquely Icelandic dive sites – Silfra, the ocean and a geothermal hot spring.
In addition to exploring the unique underwater worlds of each dive site, you can also visit Thingvellir National Park and the geothermal activity in the area of Krýsuvík on the Reykjanes peninsula.
Popeye Village, Malta
Popeye Village, also known as Sweethaven Village and Danish Village, is a filmography purposely built a village, now converted into a small attraction fun park, consisting of a collection of rustic and ramshackle wooden houses that were originally built for shooting the Popeye musical in the 1980s.
These days, it is a resort with an amusement park, cruises around the bay, and stunning views.
Interiors of some houses are still decorated the same way as they were during the shooting of the movie.
Lake Hillier, Australia
Just imagine sandy beaches surrounded by eucalyptus forests at the pinkest lake in the world… Lake Hillier is located on Middle Island in the southwest of Australia.
The place was discovered in 1802, and it remains pink all year round!
The only way you can get there is by airplane.
It was assumed that some seaweeds and micro-organisms made the place pink, but subsequent studies haven’t confirmed this. Therefore, no one knows why the water has this unusual color.The largest of the islands and islets that make up the Recherche Archipelago in the Goldfields-Esperance region, off the south coast of Western Australia.
Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Blagaj is a village-town in the south-eastern region of the Mostar basin, in the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of Bosnia and Herzegovina
A tiny village nestled among small waterfalls and surrounded by azure waters. Cozy white houses and a monastery are located under a sheer cliff. This is a sacred place for dervishes and Sufis who have built the village in this corner of paradise.
Cozy white houses and a monastery are located under a sheer cliff. This is a sacred place for dervishes and Sufis who have built the village in this corner of paradise.
Isola Bella, Italy
Isola Bella is one of the Borromean Islands of Lago Maggiore in north Italy. The island is situated in the Borromean Gulf 400 meters from the lakeside town of Stresa.
Isola Bella, the Italian island of Lago Maggiore, is one of the most beautiful in the world.
The magnificent Borromeo palace and a multilevel blooming garden with grottos, terraces, and fountains occupy almost the whole tiny land. Moreover, you will be able to see white peacocks, also known as royal birds, wandering slowly in the garden.
Dongchuan Red Soil, China
Dongchuan Red Soil is a mountainous valley to the southeast side more than 40km away of Kunming.This area boasts the most typical and featured red soil in Yunnan highland.
Due to the remoteness of public infrastructure, this place is not on a tourist map of China.Experts regard it as the second marvelous red land in the world following the one in Rio Brazil
It was discovered in the mid-1990s. The wavy landscapes, looking like a patchwork quilt, are brown-red due to the high concentration of minerals and fossils.This land is becoming one of the most beloved paradises by the photographers and fans of the world.
Huacachina is a desert oasis and tiny village just west of the city of Ica in southwestern Peru.The road from Lima, Peru’s capital, to this lovely place takes about 5 hours.
At its center are the green waters of the Huacachina Lagoon, ringed by palm trees and thought to have therapeutic properties. The lagoon’s shores are dotted with bars and clubs. Dune buggies run across the high, rolling sand dunes surrounding the village.
The population of the town is about 200 people, so you can cut yourself off from the world there. Also, you can ride a sandboard on the Peruvian hills
The Door to Hell (also known as Darvaza Crater), Turkmenistan
The Darvaza gas crater, known locally as the “Door to Hell” or ”Gates of Hell“, is a natural gas field in Derweze, Turkmenistan, that collapsed into an underground cavern, becoming a natural gas crater
This giant burning crater is about 60 meters in diameter and 20 in depth. Locals call this place “the door to hell.”
Once, geologists accidentally discovered a cave with huge reserves of natural gas.In order to avoid harmful effects on people and livestock, the gas was burned. The fire was supposed to go out after a few days, but it has been burning for 45 years. This unique and fascinating phenomenon attracts tourists from all over the world.
Setenil de las Bodegas, Spain
Setenil de las Bodegas is a town in the province of Cádiz, Spain, famous for its dwellings built into rock overhangs above the Rio Trejo.
Locals call it “a town under the rocks.” The walls and roofs of the houses are parts of huge basalt rocks. They protect the locals from the scorching sun and wind.
Being in this impressive mountainous place, you feel like a tiny speck in the universe.
The Marble Caves, Chile
Carved into the Patagonian Andes, the Cuevas de Mármol are located on a peninsula of solid marble bordering Lake General Carrera, a remote glacial lake that spans the Chile-Argentina border.
Located far from any road, the caves are accessible only by boat.Thirty-minute tours are operated by a local company, weather and water conditions permitting.
This breathtaking network of caves has been carefully and patiently created thousands of plus.year by waves washing up against calcium carbonate, the smooth, swirling blues of the cavern walls are a reflection of the lake’s azure waters, which change in intensity and hue, depending on water levels and time of year these swirling marble walls are incredibly beautiful.There are ferries from Chile Chico that will take you to and through the Marble Cave and its tunnels. The caves are based on a lake, and the only way to reach them is by ferry.
Las Lajas Sanctuary, Colombia
Las Lajas Sanctuary is located in a gorge on the border between southern Colombia and Ecuador, built inside the canyon of the Guáitara Rive
This neo-Gothic building and its interiors are fascinating! The church rises 45 meters above the river between rocks and waterfalls.
The Cave of Saint Marcel d’Ardeche, France
This place was found in 1836 by a French hunter.
The Grotto de Saint-Marcel-D’ardèche (Saint-Marcel-d’Ardeche) is located in the region of Rhône in the French Alps.
This is a huge network of caves with crystal clear water and colorful rocks.
The Lencois Maranhenses National Park, Brazil
Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is a protected area on Brazil’s north Atlantic coast.
Every year during the rainy season, thousands of turquoise lagoons appear among the sand dunes. It looks simply fascinating!
Lagoa Azul and Lagoa Bonita are two of the largest lagoons. The park’s diverse ecosystem also includes mangrove swamps. The nearby towns of Barreirinhas and Santo Amaro do Maranhão
The park’s diverse ecosystem also includes mangrove swamps. The nearby towns of Barreirinhas and Santo Amaro do Maranhão are gateways to the park.
It is a mystery how fish and crabs get here after the drought year by year. The best time to visit Lencois Maranhenses is from July to September when the lagoons reach their full capacity.
Flores Island, Portugal
Flores Island is an island of the Western group of the Azores and on the UNESCO world heritage list.
There is a national park with unique flora and fauna. It is located in the most western point of the Azores islands near the coast of Portugal.
It is translated as “a cape of flowers” from Portuguese because almost all of its territory is covered with different colorful flowers.
Also, there are natural hot springs, lagoons, flood rice fields, cozy villages, lakes, volcanoes, and the world-famous caves.