Running out of places to travel to? Worry not because we’re giving you twenty-seven of new spots you should visit. They may not be near you, but every kilometer on the road to these places will surely be worth it once you see the wondrous sight they house. Check them out below.
This honeymoon paradise is an island in the Leeward group of the Society of French Polynesia.
Preachers Rock, Preikestolen, Norway
Also known as Preacher’s Pulpit or Pulpit Rock in English translation, the Preachers Rock is a famous tourist spot in Forsand, Ryfylke, Norway.
Crystalline Turquoise Lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park, China
The Crystalline Turquoise Lake or the Five Flower Lake is a multicolor lake in Jiuzhaigou, China, one of the beautiful lakes in Rize Valley. Its colors is the result of the different trunks of the ancient fallen trees in the lake formed in a crisscross manner.
Benteng Chittorgarh, India
The fort of Chittorgarh is the largest fort in India and the grandest in Rajasthan State. Rising from the plains like a big rock island, the Benteng Chittorgarh remains to be one of the most fascinating spots to have a tour around.
Restaurant near Sanyou Cave above the Chang Jiang River, Hubei, China
Fangweng Restaurant or the famous hanging restaurant is in the Happy Valley, a scenic spot of cliffs, caves, and park land. From the restaurant whose floor is set hundreds of feet above the ground, the flowing water of Yangtze River can be viewed.
Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia
One of the most famed attractions in Vancouver, the Capilano Suspension Bridge is no less than exhilarating with its wobbly bridge and stunning location.
Valley of the Ten Peaks, Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada
The Mount Fay, Mount Little, Mount Bowlen, Mount Tonsa, Mount Perren, Mount Allen, Mount Tuzo, Deltaform Mountain, Neptuak Mountain, and the Wenkchemna Peak are the ten peaks the valley in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada boasts. The Moraine Lake there is also something worth seeing.
Established in 2008, the Skaftafell was once a manor farm and a national park before it was turned to a preservation area. With an area of 4.807 square kilometers and from the ice caves to the flabbergasting waterfall, you will never get enough of this heavenly spot.
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
One of the oldest national parks in Southeast Europe and the largest in Croatia, the Plitvice Lakes National Park is a registered UNESCO World Heritage. The park has a series of caves, waterfalls, and beautiful lakes.
Multnomah Falls, Oregon
The Multnomah Falls is located on the Pregon side of the Columbia River Gorge, east of Troutdale, between Corbett and Dodson, along the Historic River Highway. It is split into an upper and lower falls.
The Gardens of Marqueyssac
Described as one of the most jaw-dropping landscapes, the Garden of Marqueyssac has been opened for public strolls, so the beauty it has can be shared by everyone. It is located in the town of Vézac in the Dordogne region of France.
Verdon Gorge, France
One of Europe’s most beautiful tourist attraction, the Verdon Gorge is a river canyon that spans 25 kilometers long and 700 meters deep. Known and named for its turquoise-green color, it is also a good place for kayak riding.
The glaciers, bird cliffs, deserts, mountains, forests, vast expanses, and narrow fjords are what you can look forward to in East Iceland. It is a whole region of great natural beauty you will wish to live in.
The Wave on the Slopes of the Coyote Butts
This sandstone rock formation in United States is a muticolored chute. If you are on for a hike around an eye-opening spot, then this is the place for you.
Famous for its rock-cut architecture, Petra is a city in the southern Jordanian governorate of Ma’an. It is 2,000 yers old but still prides itself for a beauty that remains incomparable. It has been featured in the hit movie Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
Sky Lantern Festival, Taiwan
The Taiwan Lantern Festival is when the whole Pingxi District in Taiwan is lighted by thousands of sky lanterns. It is usually held on the first full-moon night of the lunar year. This is done by Taiwanese in the hope of good luck and prosperity for the new year.
This village in the province of La Spezia in the Liguria region of Italy is known for its historic sites and wine production. Its mountainside and waters are declared national parks. It is safe to say that there’s so much to learn from visiting this place.
Bird’s-Eye View of Alesund City, Norway
Known for its Art Nouveau style architecture, the city of Alesund also boasts its surrounding fjords and the peaks of the Sunnmore Alps. The bird’s-eye view of the city is something tourists just cannot dare to miss.
Ice Skating on Paterswoldse Meer
Ice skating in the Paterswoldse Meer in Netherlands are all skaters’ dream. Located just south of Groningen, this lake is the best place to show off your skating skills while enjoying a great view.
Ice Canyon, Greenland
Described as a mega canyon by many, the Grand Canyon of Greenland is a record-length canyon discivered underneath the Greenland ice sheet. The huge subglacial canyon runs from the central region of the island going north to the Arctic Ocean to the fjord of the Petermann Glacier.
Marble Caves, Chile Chico, Chile
This is the proof of the endless beauty Mother Nature has to offer. The Marble Caves in Chile is a stunning set of caves carved into marble. It is an unusual work of nature that attracts a number of visitors.
Mount Roraima, Venezuela
Named as the highest of the Pakaraima mountain chain in South America, the Mount Roraima is also one of the world’s most extraordinary geological formations. Expanding 31 square kilometers, it is big enough to eat up all of your amazement.
Seychelles is ana rchipelago in the Indian Ocean that is composed of 115 islands. It is considered as a country and goes by the name Republic of Seychelles.
Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia
Named as a national park, the Freycinet is located on the east coast of Tasmania, Australia. It is known for its peninsula of mountains and white-sand beaches.
Blue Caves, Zakynthos Island, Greece
Located in the country with a significant history, the Blue Caves in Zakynthos Island in Greece were discovered in 1897 by Antonio Komouto. It is loated below the lighthouse of Cape Skinari.
Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, South Coast of Iceland
This enticing view is worth annual and even monthly visit. Every traveler would want to see this when they wake up in the morning. The Seljalandsfoss Waterfall allows its tourists to walk behind it.
Keukenhof Gardens, Netherlands
Considered one of the world’s largest gardens, the Keukenhof Gardens also goes by the name Garden of Europe. With its wide area filled with different kinds of flowers, this tourist spot is doubtlessly one of the most visited places in the whole Europe.
These are just twenty-seven of the long-hidden places on earth that are yet to be discovered or perhaps not yet visited by people. A visit to these places will surely take all your worries away. It pays to step out of your house and see the beauty nature prepared for you.