10 Places OUT OF THIS WORLD! 😍😍😍


1 Mount Roraima, Venezuela

1 Mount Roraima, Venezuela

Located in Venezuela but also can be viewed from Brazil and Guyana since the Mount Roraima (tepuy) in close to the border of those two countries.

Has an elevation of 2 810 meters over the sea and an area of 31 square kilometers. You might remember the cartoon version that was on the Movie UP, in which the house ended at the top of the Mount Roraima. 

The best time to visit Mount Roraima is from December to April during the dry season. But don't get wrong since from time to time in the drier season the weather can change really quickly and rain, mist, and fog are constant.

2 Solar du Uyuni, Bolivia 

Solar du Uyuni, Bolivia

Located in the Andes, in the Potosi Department, Daniel Campos province, at the South West of Bolivia. From La Paz the flight time is 45 minutes but by bus can take up to 12 hours. 

Formed 40-25 thousand years ago due to the evaporation of many lakes that existed at that time in the area. 

Above 3 600 meters over the sea level. Is also known as the Salar de Tunupa. Is the biggest Salt Flat in the world with 10 582 square kilometers and contains 10 billion tons of salt. Formed with 11 layers of salt, together are 2 - 10 meters in width. 25 thousand are extracted every year. 

You can visit the Salt Palace in Colchani which is made of salt and visit also the town to get souvenirs. 

3 Maldives Beaches 

3 Maldives Beaches
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Have the stars on the floor while looking at the stars in the sky. Maldives beaches can be beautiful at daylight but have you seen the pictures at night, it can be a lot better. 

The beaches at night the glow in a blue color to amazed locals and visitants.

The reason behind that glowing is due to microscopic organisms called bioluminescent phytoplankton, or Lingulodinium polyedrum. 

These plankton are part of a red tide, which is when the population of phytoplankton like these explodes in a certain location, coloring the water a dull orange-red. 

Some of the organisms that form red tides are directly toxic to marine wildlife and humans, while others simply produce toxins that accrue in shellfish, making them unsafe to eat.

At night, however, the red waters take on a completely different hue. These organisms react to changes in water tension and to acidity by giving off light, so every wave break and paddle causes them to give off light. 

Surfers who surf a red tide at night leave a trail of shining water and steps are taken in soaked sand leave shimmering imprints. Boats traveling through bioluminescent red tides leave especially impressive light trails.

4 Red Beach, China 

4 Red Beach, China

Located in the County of Dawa, about 29 kilometers southwest of Panjin, in the northeast of Liaoning Province, China.

It's a reed-covered wetland in one of the world’s largest reed marsh areas, the Liaohe River Delta. It's colorful, though misleading, the name refers to the striking
 seasonal hues of its coastline, which is covered with the plant seepweed (suaeda salsa). 

5 Zhangya Danxia Landform 1, China

5 Zhangya Danxia Landform 1, China

Known also as the Magical Rainbow Mountains, is located 20 km south of the Linze in the province of Gansu, China.

The danzia landforms look like if the sky painted a rainbow over the mountains and makes you feel like heaven on Earth. 

The formation of the landforms is due to the red sandstone that was deposited when the rivers form in the area. When the ground sank into a basin, mudstone was deposited on the red sandstone. 

During different periods, varying sedimentary rocks were formed that contained different amounts of ferrous salt in the mud and stone. This is why the layers have different colors.

6 The Tulips Fields, The Netherlands

The Tulips Fields, The Netherlands

You can find many of them through all the country, as you know The Netherlands is well known as a lover of the Tulips. The love them so much through centuries that they even had a crisis that was between 1636 and 1637.

The best time to have a trip to the fields in during the spring season. Since the tulips bloom within a specific timeframe as other flowers. So be careful when planning your trip to The Netherlands otherwise you might be getting disappointed. 

To be more specific in time try to do your visit from the last week of March until the end of April when the bloom and until May when the magic starts to end.

Also, you have to take care of the fields since due to the huge numbers of people the fields are getting in bad shape. So, if you go there be a good tourist and take care of the places you visit for the future. 

The most famous places to visit are Lisse, Keukenhof Gardens, Duin in Bollenstreek and the Tulpenroute in Flevoland. 

If you stay in Amsterdam don't forget to experience Getting Marry with an Amsterdarmer and get to know the city by a local

7 Naica Mine, Mexico

7 Naica Mine, Mexico

The huge mines of Naica that were discovered by two miners looking for the lead, these crystal caves could be mistaken for Superman's ethereal Arctic lair. 

Located in the center of the state of Chihuahua where lead, copper, zinc, and goldare are extracted.

Currently, 2 caves have been discovered, the 1st one is known as the Cave of Swords (discovered in 1910) and is about 120 meters deep, its ceiling, walls, and floor are covered with white selenite crystals that grew to be enormous over thousands of years. 

On April of 2000, the 2nd cave was found as a big surprise since the cave has also big crystals, and not lot ago another one appeared with some 29 selenite megacrystals.

The megacrystals were created because they are in a bubble-like cavity near magma and with no contact with the outside. The high temperature causes crystallization of liquids and gases with sulfur salts.

The most recent surprise is that inside these crystals are germs that survived with minerals, iron, and manganese and are as much as 50,000 years old.

The bad news is that these mines can barely be entered. πŸ˜•

They are over 2,600 feet deep, and the temperatures in them are so high that geologists have to wear special thermal suits with ice bags all over their body. And still, they can only work for 20-minute periods before having to cool off in a vault.

8 Tianzi Mountain, China

8 Tianzi Mountain, China

Located in the Huna Province of China, they represent unique formations on Earth.

Inside the Wulinyuan Scenic Area amid Zhangjiajie Natural Forest Park, they are in the surface of 54 square Kilometers. 

If they look familiar to you, probably you remembered the Avatar movie filmed by James Cameron since they were an inspiration for the Pandora landscape. 

These formations are the product of millions of years of sedimentary rock erosion. The most ancient sandstone peaks are as 300 million years old approximately, have been slowly carved out by water and wind.

Some of them are about  1250 meters tall, it resembles a natural city with many skyscrapers.

9 Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

9 Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

This tunnel is part of the industrial railway located near Klevan in Ukraine. It attracts many romantics and honeymooners due to its unique sights.

It is a 1 km long between the 3 km railway that connects Klevan with Orzhevesk Woodworking Plant.

The best time to visit it is between the middle of May and the end of August when is a green color and from the beginning of September to the middle of October when it gets green and yellow due to the autumn. 

10 Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan

10 Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan

The Wisteria Flower Tunnel is located in Ashikaga Flower Park, which is 2 hours away from Tokyo, is the biggest and the best place in Japan to enjoy the magical wisteria bloom.

The Park is home of 150 flowering wisteria plants of about 20 different species (white, violet-blue, blue, purple and pink). 

This diversity makes the tunnel with a variety of colors, a colorful experience. 

The garden is open from 8 am to 6 pm during the wisteria season (mid-April to mid-May) and from 9 am to 5 pm during the autumn color season (mid-Novemer to early December). Depending on the state of the wisteria season the ticket can be 500 yen, 1000 yen or 1500 yen.



  1. Hey, thank you for sharing this. It's a great thing to know that there are places like these exist. I'm looking forward to share these to my hubbie. :)

    1. I really appreciate your comment and your visit to my website also.

  2. Very inspiring article especially for the sake of adding to my bucket list. I'm visiting Japan in Jan 2020 but sadly I don't think will Wisteria Flower Tunnel will be active during this time.

  3. I am not able to travel much but this is very interesting. I love your pictures and it nice to learn about these places whether you can travel or not. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day!


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