10 Most Unbelievable Places in The World That Actually Exist
27 June, 2019

10 Unimaginable Places That Do Exist

Traveling is the best way to restore life, isn’t it? The world is full of new possibilities to travel. The unreflective urge to explore this world is enough to cheer you for traveling. The world is stuffed with amazing unexplored places, while some are still unknown, some have been marked in the pages of history Unimaginable travel places transcend the imagination. Every place seems like a wonderland before you reach and they turn out to be the best and the most amazing holiday destinations.

Here is a list of the Top Most Amazing Places in the World that you should be traveling to

1. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni Bolivia

Experience the world’s largest salt flat in Bolivia Salar de Uyuni which is for its beauty of reflection but the reflection of uncounted stars and the milky way cannot be described in words. Defining its beauty is difficult because of the rapidly changing landscape. It is completely another world, it has to be seen to believe. Cactus island or the salt mirror; you can call anything. During the dry season it turns to salty land and in the wet season, it changes to an infinite mirror of nature.

2. Bergpark wilhelmshöhe Kassel, Germany

Bergpark wilhelmshöhe Kassel, Germany

Bergpark is the second largest park on a hill slope in the world. It has been UNESCO world heritage site from 2013. Park has a 300-year-old hydro-pneumatic waterwork system; castle shaped building crowned with a giant statue of Hercules.

3. The Black Forest, Germany

The Black Forest Germany

Black forest is a mountainous region in the border of Germany and France. Black forest is a magical land for first-time visitors and seems like a fairy tale written by Brothers Grimm. Old world architecture, fascinating half-timbered houses with a ruined castle are the main attractions of the Black Forest. It is even famous for Baden-Baden, Calw, Freiburg, Badische weinstrasse, Titisee lake and Triberg falls.

4. Son Doong Cave, Vietnam

Son Doong Cave Vietnam

World’s biggest cave with a lost and unique ecosystem. Deep in the forest of Vietnam, there’s another small underground world. The cave is a great combination of underground water and light. It is similar to a mini forest inside and under womb of a huge forest and treasure for biology.

5. Mendenhall Ice Caves, Alaska

Mendenhall Ice Caves Alaska

It is pure magic in Mendenhall Ice Caves where the water runs through the cave and the ceiling glows with the blue hollow glacier. Cave itself is a fantasy world enclosed in ice walls.

6. Fly Geyser, Nevada

Fly Geyser Nevada

Human interference and natural geothermal pressure created a multicolor geological wonder. Around 100 years ago a well was drilled for farming purpose located in black rock desert. By accident, geothermal boiling water around 200 degrees was hit and later on 10-12 foot calcium carbonate cone-shaped geyser was formed. It is open for the public to see from one distance.

7. Blue forest, Belgium

Blue forest Belgium

The Hallerbos is also acknowledged as the Blue Forest. In Springtime, the whole forest carpet is covered by bluebell flowers and resembles a magical land. A hike through the bluebell flowers accompanied by rabbits and deer when spring is bursting from the glossy leaves in the forest is a dream come true experience.

8. Mount Roraima, South America

Mount Roraima, South America

The highest pakaraima mountain chain of Tepui plateaus in South America is also known as Tepui Roraima. Mount Roraima is the biodiversity hotspot in the world. Most awe-inspiring is the top view of the mountain. It appears like a floating mountain into the clouds.

9. LanZhangye Danxia dform, China

LanZhangye Danxia dform, China

It appears like Rainbow mountains in a different frame. Zhangye geopark is spread over  510 sq km area. Mountains are dappled with a colorful sheet over 24 million years with sandstone and mineral layers formulated by the other natural activities resulting in a masterpiece of nature.

10. Wisteria Flower Tunnel, Japan

The best thing about spring is the sign of warm weather. Artificial tunnel of wisteria flower is a perfect romantic walking path for couples. Wisteria flower is a member of the pea family with mystery and beauty. Flower tunnel blooms in the spring with a variety of colors. Stunning visual of this tunnel will make you think of the Fairyland.

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Tinker Tales

Tinker Tale is a Travel writer by profession, and traveler by choice. She loves to write her own travel tales of adventure and the places visited. Her only motivation to keep on writing travel diaries is through Work, Save and Travel.

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