Have you always thought of traveling to unknown places? Are you always looking for off-beat travel destinations? Do you preserve postcards to keep a track of the next vacation spot? Then don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with these beautiful natural and man-made wonders of the world.
With stone pillars that are 2,000 feet high and a glass-bottom bridge, this is a place made for the lovers of sci-fi films.
Arachnocampa luminosa are glow worms that illuminate these caves in New Zealand. It is breathtaking when hundreds of glow worms sit on the ceiling of the magnificent cave- they look like a stardust dream.
Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world and stretches over 4,000 square miles. It reflects the sky above and creates spectacular patterns in summer.
The Galapagos Islands are located in the Pacific Ocean. It is recognized by UNESCO for its biodiversity. If you are an adventure junkie, you should definitely visit this place.
The Antelope Canyon is located in the Navajo land in Arizona. The wave-like walls create stunning shadows and make for beautiful pictures.
This palace was occupied by the French Royals until the Revolution and has 700 rooms, 67 staircases, and 1,250 fireplaces. The chapel and the well-maintained gardens make it a grand and serene place to visit.
It is a prehistoric stone monument located on the Salisbury Plain. If you want to make most of the visit, do so at sunset for a surreal experience. Take a guided tour if you want to know about the significance of the monument.
Son Doong Cave is the world’s largest cave and is located in Vietnam. It wasn’t discovered till the late 90s and was opened to the public only in 2013. The place is so huge that it has its own weather cycle!
The Napali Coast on the island of Kauai boasts of a natural park, beautiful view, and no crowd. It is perfect for a vacation where you want to soak in nature’s bounty.
The microorganisms called dinoflagellates emit a beautiful bluish glow and light up the islands of the Maldives. It is rightly called the sea of stars.
The world’s longest wall is around 2,000 years old and can be seen from the moon.
“The Door to Hell” was a natural gas pocket that collapsed, creating a crater. The pit was set on fire to stop the methane gas from spreading. It has been burning for 50 years now!
It is the world’s third-largest hot spring. The color shifts from blue to red due to microorganisms in the water. The color also changes with the temperature during different seasons.
These baobab trees are more than 700 years old. Some of their trunks can be more than 150 feet in circumference. This is one Alley you must visit when in Madagascar!
Located in Iran, the Nasir Al-Mulk in Shiraz is known for its multicolored stained glass windows, gorgeous Persian rugs, and a mosaic ceiling.
The Taj Mahal was commissioned by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal in 1632. It is a symbol of love and is known for its grand architecture.
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