The world has wonderful places we can not imagine. Millions of mountains, hundreds of miracles of creation have created countless human wonders that can not be explored. Here are the places you definitely want to visit immediately.
1. Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil
Lençóis Maranhenses is a unique national park in the state of Maranhão in northern Brazil, located on the Atlantic coast. This is one of the most mysterious places on the planet. During the rainy season, the water accumulated among the dunes creates many lagoons that create unique landscapes, which look like turquoise, green and blue mirrors hidden among the white sandy beaches.
2. Honokohau Falls, United States
Honokohau Falls is the highest waterfall on Maui Island in the Hawaiian Islands. To get here, you have to travel by helicopter because the area is difficult to travel by ordinary means such as cars or walking. The majestic beauty of this place has appeared in the movie Jurassic Park, making more and more people know and love this attraction.
3. Capilano Bridge, Canada
This is a picturesque Canadian bridge near Vancouver, located at a height of over 70m on the Capilano River, blending into the jungle. Initially, the bridge was built as a worker’s path to a sawmill, but now the bridge serves only for tourism. Walking on this bridge is a very exciting adventure.
4. Cenote Ik-Kil, Mexico
Cenote Ik-Kil was formed from the collapse and swept away of an underground cave. The pit is 26 meters from the ground, 40 meters deep in the pit. Today, for the convenience of visitors, stone stairs, restaurants and holiday areas within the campus were built.
5. Skellig Michael, Ireland
Skellig Michael is an island located in the Atlantic Ocean, 7 miles west of the Iveragh Peninsula of Ireland. A Christian monastery was established on the island in the mid-sixth and eighth centuries and was used continuously until the 12th century. Monuments of the monastery with most of the surrounding islands were UNESCO Recognized as a World Heritage Site in 1996. This place was so bizarre that it was chosen as the backdrop for Star Wars.
6. Lake Spotted, Canada
Spotted is a salt lake containing many minerals in British Columbia, Canada. In summer, most of the water in the lake evaporates, exposing the strange blobs of various minerals. Colors depend on the mineral color, most of the color is magnesium sulfate crystallized in the heat. In the summer, these minerals harden to form a natural “path” around the brilliant blobs.
7. Pongour Waterfall, Vietnam
Pongour Waterfall is one of the largest and most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam. In the rainy season, the water flows into a large stream through many cascades, then flows into the large reservoir below. In the dry season, the waterfall is no longer flowing but transforms into many small streams, but still retain its inherent beauty. If you are in Da Lat during the rainy season, visit the waterfall although the road is quite long, but ensure you will witness the majestic scenery. Also, on the way to the waterfall, you will see beautiful scenery as you pass through the coffee plantations and butter.
8. Devil’s Tower, USA
Devil’s Tower is a natural monument located in the Belle Fourche Valley in Wyoming. This is the first wonder that is recognized as the “national monument” of the United States. Devil’s Tower is formed by the melting of magma, sprouting from the Earth’s core and frozen in hexagonal form. The most ancient mines of this relic are estimated to date between 225 and 195 million years.
9. Prohodna, Bulgaria
Prohodna’s special features are two holes in the rock that look like human eyes. Local people call this the “eyes of God” or sometimes the “eyes of the devil”. Holes serve as windows that provide natural light to the cave. Tourists will be amazed at the wonderful symmetry of this “eye”. And if you were there on a rainy day, the water flowing through the hole looked like two tears of humanity.
10. Pamukkale, Turkey
Hierapolis, literally meaning “cotton castle” is a UNESCO-recognized natural heritage site in the province of Denizli in south-western Turkey. This wonder is accumulated by thousands of years, forming “white ladder”, forming a wonderful landscape of Pamukkale.
11. Samgwangsa Temple, Korea
The temple of Samgwangsa is known for its annual lantern festival to celebrate Buddha’s Birthday, attracting more than millions of visitors. During the festival, thousands of colorful lanterns are lit up in the night sky, creating a wonderful scene.
12. Arashiyama, Japan
In the western part of Kyoto, at the foot of Mt. Arashiyama there is a wonderful, peaceful and mysterious place. Along the banks of the Hozu River is a narrow and nearly 300 meters long, silent shady road. This is the only path leading to the main temple near Arashiyama, called Tenryuji, one of the ancient Buddhist temples in Japan.
13. Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
This castle is like a fairytale hidden in the forests of the Bavarian Alps. It is a masterpiece that has become extremely familiar in the hearts of tourists. Neuschwanstein was the prototype for the Sleeping Beauty castle at Disneyland Paris, Tchaikovsky’s inspiration for ballet Swan Lake.
14. Tracy Arm Fjord, United States
Tracy Arm Fjord is considered one of the most majestic fjords in the planet. The rugged coastline, majestic mountains, towering cliffs, waterfalls flow into the ocean, emerald waters of the fjords, the largest iceberg in Alaska, and the collapse of glaciers. this place becomes interesting. No one can resist seeing the richness of different living creatures such as whales, sea lions, seals, otters and other species on the bay.
15. Ta Prohm Temple, Cambodia
Ta Prohm Temple is one of the most magnificent temples in the Angkor population in Cambodia. It lies in a dense forest and is destroyed in half. The life of nature has “strangled” the temple: trees and vines have tied the towers, terraces, and statues of Ta Prohm for centuries have changed a lot. At the top of the temple, the vine was surrounded and formed a natural dome.