This beautiful world is loaded with numerous magical, incredible, and fascinating places. Traveling to another country is one of the greatest happiness in life. These magical places from all across the world can leave anyone speechless. The places we are going to mention below must have to be visited once in a lifetime and these amazing destinations must be in your bucket list.
- Sea of Stars, Maldives
This is another mysterious and magical place. Vaadhoo Island is one of the islands of Raa Atoll in the Maldives is also known as Glowing Beach and Sea of Stars. Due to bioluminescence, the sparkling water glows in the dark. The beach allows you to experience the glowing blue waves and you will feel like it is a fantasy land.
- Eternal Flame Falls, New York
A beautiful natural reserve with a small waterfall is located in Chestnut Ridge Country Park in New York. Beneath the waterfall, there is an Eternal Flame which is a fire that never burns out. The falls remains a mystery from the scientific perspective. It is said that this small flickering flame is caused by natural gas. The particular flame is about 30 inches tall.
- Lake Hillier, Australia
Image a lake of strawberry milkshake. Exactly the same, there is a lake called Hillier Lake in Australia which was discovered in 1802 by a Royal Navy Officer. The color of the lake is pink and it is awe-inspiring. Lake Hillier is situated in the Recherche Archipelago which lies to the south of Western Australia.
- Devil’s Bridge, Germany
Rakotzbrücke Devil’s Bridge is an iconic bridge in arch shape located in the picturesque Kromlau Park in Germany. It is a jaw-dropping bridge which was built in the 19th Century. The reflection of the bridge forms a perfect circle which attracts its travelers.
- Ice Caves, Mendenhall Glacier, US
There are very few places where you can see every stage of the water cycle at once. There is a magical place known as Mendenhall Glacier ice caves where water runs over the rocks and under the frozen bright blue ice ceilings. These caves are the partially hollow glacier. The Mendenhall Glacier is a 12-mile long glacier located Juneau in southeast Alaska.
- Tri-colored Lakes at Mount Kelimutu, Indonesia
The Crater Lakes at Mount Kelimutu in Flores in Indonesia change colors all the time. The Crates Lakes can be seen in three different colors and it is because of a natural phenomenon that attracts the tourists from all across the world. Kelimutu’s ‘Tiwu Ata Bupu Lake’ is usually blue in color, ‘Tiwu Nuwa Muri Koo Fai Lake’ is typically green, and Tiwu Ata Polo Lake is usually red in color.
- Pamukkale, Turkey
Pamukkale is a tiny town or we can call it Spa Town is located near Denizli in Turkey offers mesmerizing Turquoise thermal pools. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the unique travel destinations where you can see enormous white formations and blue thermal pools with people in them. People take bath in the hot springs with a temperature of 35 – 100 degree Celsius.
- Cat Island, Japan
Aoshima or Cat Island is an Island in Ehime Prefecture in Japan which is known for the resident of a large number of cats. The ratio between human and felines is 6:1. The island is about 1.6 Km long and it is the part of Ozu and was formally a part of Nagahama in Kita District. The island is becoming popular day by day and there is a steep rise in the tourists’ visits.
- The Dead Sea, Israel
Float, roll, puddle on the surface of the Dead Sea which is a natural spa. The Dead Sea which is also known as Yam-Ha-Melakh (Sea of Salt) is a salt lake which is 400 meters below the sea level. It is the lowest part of the dry land. It is popular because of the hypersaline water that makes it easy to float on water. Apart from that, its mineral-rich black mud is used for therapeutic as well as cosmetic treatments. The place offers various oasis and other historic sites for the visitors.
- Fly Geyser, Nevada
There is a geyser on the edge of the Black Rock Desert in Washoe County, Nevada which is look like an alien. It is actually (accidentally) manmade. There are two geysers located at the Fly Ranch property. The first one was created around 100 years ago in order to make a part of the desert usable for farming. While the well was drilled, geothermal boiling water of around 200 degrees was hit accidentally and the water is not suitable for irrigation. The geyser is covered with thermophilic algae that produce multiple hues of red and green due to moisture and hot environments make it out-of-this-world appearance.
So, these were just a few of them. Our world is flooded with these kinds of amazing magical and unbelievable places where we always want to visit at least once in a lifetime.