1. Sea of star , Vaadhoo Island, Maldives
During the night time, Vaadhoo Island reveals another mystical surprise. Vaadhoo Island is 15 minutes speedboat ride away from the main international airport male. It is called ‘ sea of stars due to its glowing blue waves. Its definitely a fantasy-like experience. An amazing view of stars above you and below your feet.
2. Mendenhall ice caves
Breath taking blue ice walls shimmer in the ‘glazier behind the town’ where water runs over rocks under blue ceilings in a partial hollow glazier. Located only 12 miles from downtown Juneau in Southeast Alaska.
3. Dutch flower field
A picture of never ending fields of bright coloured flowers. these fields are just as spectacular when they are seen in real life. Economically and asthetically pleasing and amazing field of flowers.
4. Abraham lake
Man-made lake on North Saskatchewan River in Western Alberta , Canada. created in 1972 and still amaze many tourists.
5. Tunnel of love
A unique passageway -the leafy green kleven train tunnel is a beautifull example of what happens when nature is allowed to grow wild around man-made infrasturcture.
6. Whitehaven Beach
Whitehaven Beach is a 7 km stretch along Whitsunday Island, Australia. The island is accessible by boat, seaplane & helicopter from airlie Beach, as well as Hamilton Island. It lies across from Chalkie’s Beach on Haslewood Island. Whitehaven Beach is known for its white sands. It has a beautiful scenery and the sand consists of 98% pure silica.
Trolltunga (Troll tongue) is a piece of rock jutting horizontally out of a mountain about 700 metres above the north side of the lake. Trolltunga is available for hikers from approximately mid-June to mid-September.
8. Hang Sơn Đoòng
The whistling sound of wind and roar of a rushing stream in the cave heard through the entrance gives an exciting feeling to go inside and experience the cave in real life. As of 2009 it has the largest known cave passage cross-section in the world, and is located near the Laos–Vietnam border.
9. Huacachina, Peru
Catch a glimpse of this impressive desert oasis, built in the 1930s around an existing watering hole. Keep your eyes peeled for a glimpse of the lake’s legendary resident, a mermaid. Peru’s also home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu and a brilliant holiday destination – take a look at our full guide to find out more.
10. The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland
If you go down to the woods today…drive through the Dark Hedges if you’re in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland, a tree-lined road on the coast of Antrim. Game of Thrones buffs will also recognise this area as the Kingsroad. Check out the best places to go for GoT fans, featuring locations from all six seasons of the hit TV show.