Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Places to Visit Where Nature Went Crazy with Landscape

Socotra island
Professional photographers have discovered amazing places in the world that is full of wonders. Natural wonders also depend on geographical location, climatic conditions and even change of seasons. Pink lake, stunning lavender or tulip fields, breathtaking canyons and mountains and other places that you can hardly believe actually exist.

These are some few places if you’re planning your next vacation.

Ha long bay in Northern Vietnam is a popular tourist destination because of its floating fishing 
village. The landscape is formed by its 1600-2000 islands and islets. Most of them uninhabited are just spectacular. It is a truly gorgeous place with 360 views of huge amazing lime stone cliffs. It is a cheap place too, Unique and cannot be found anywhere.

The black forest in Germany is a famous forest. It is dense and dark. The forest is a home to the cuckoo clock, charming little towns and fairy tale castles. This place is also remembered where Hansel and Gretel had their encounter with their witch and where little Red Riding Hood was followed by the wolf.

Tunnel of Love, Ukraine is a beautiful long leafy tunnel in Klevan, Ukraine. It looks like a dream or a scene from a film, but in reality it can actually be found deep in the forests of Ukraine. This corridor attracts many couples as well as photographers as it is eye catching. It said that if you and your beloved come to the Tunnel of Love and sincerely make a wish it will come true. This might be a new romantic place to discover.

Cappadocia Turkey. Turkey is meant for its colourful and bright landscape. However there are some few historical regions in the Turkish provinces that are beautiful. For this you must take a ride in a hot air balloon tour that begins at sunrise. You can see the deep canyons, valley and fairy chimney from above.

Kakslauttanen Hotel Finland: whenever we think of the Arctic. We imagine it is cold, stark landscape and a lack of coziness. But it is not true. There are hotel made up of beautiful glass igloo in the middle of the forest. These igloos are perfect for observing the beauty and magnificence of the Northern Lights.

Socotra island, Yemen: the plants on Socotra Island are what make this place one of the most alien looking ones on Earth. Something rare is that there are no roads on this island. It is a home to a collection of caves and a number of shipwrecks.

Wisteria flower Tunnel, Kitakyushu Japan: there are 1560 Wisteria flowering plants of 20 different species in the garden. To see the magical tunnel in full bloom, it is better to come here in late April or early May. Visitors are allowed to walk down this enchanting tunnel exploding colour.

Marble Caves, Chile: The magnificent marble cave of Patagonia was formed by washing up of waves of the lake 6200 years back. One has to travel to the marble cave only by boat. Something really mysterious is that the colour of the marble in these caverns changes throughout the year. The crystal clean water of the lake is oriented from the glaciers of Patagonia Andes, adding distinct aqua blue colour to the water. Reflections of water created under the sunlight forms very dramatic and usual effects on the walls of the caves.

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives: the meaning of Ithaa mean mother of pearls. This restaurant is located below the sea level at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island. Ithaa is the world first all glass undersea restaurant. It offers you a chance to dine and watch thousands of fish while staying calm and comfortable.

Red Beach
Panjinm Red Beach, China. The beach got its unique appearance because of a sea weed called Sueda. This weed remains dark green during the summer, but in autumn this weed turns red. The beach looks as if it is covered by an infinite red carpet .Most of the Red Beach is a nature reserve so it is usually closed for public. Only a small remote section is open to tourist.

Salar de Uyuni is located high up in the Andes in southwest Bolivia. It is the large salt flat in the world. Once a lake, today it is an 11000 sq km stretch of sparkling bright white salt, bizarre rock formations and strange cacti covered islands. Hotels made entirely of salt appear to be hovering above the surface like a foreign vessel. There is not much wildlife in this fairly barren ecosystem. Without a doubt visiting the Salar de Uyuni is truly a once in a life time travel experience.

Many must have seen everything and have visited all the greatest places. But still they are few unknown places which are more charming than you can imagine. This information will definitely help you to explore the world and surprise people with the breathtaking stories.

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