Our planet has much more to offer than you have ever seen in your whole course of life. Many gems that you have probably never seen or heard before you read this one.

Take a look at these incredible places to make them your next getaway destination:

Marieta Islands’ Hidden Beach is a secret beach lurking under the surface of an island. The beach is invisible from the outside, and is only accessible through the tunnel that links to the Pacific Ocean. It has crystal-clear blue water which makes the whole scene more of a fantasy.

Huacachina is a village in southwestern Peru, built around a small oasis surrounded by sand dunes. It is built around a small natural lake in the desert. Once it was a point for elite, but now a major destination for local visitors as well as tourists. Many people come here for sandboarding on dunes.

Blagaj is a village-town in the south-eastern region of the Mostar basin, in the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of Bosnia and Herzegovina. People visit here to witness the majestic beauty of the river and Blagaj Tekke, a monastery built for the Dervish cults.

Australia’s Lake Hillier has its own majestic and incredible sight. Its beauty seems a miracle with its vibrant pink-colored water. People often told a presence of certain bacteria species to be the cause of pink-colored water.

Ever had an experience of swimming between two continents at a same time. Witness such an adventure by visiting Silfra Fissure, the home to clearest waters, located within Iceland’s Thingvellir National Park. Here you can swim between two continents: North America and Europe.

Isola Bella, a popular tourist attraction, one of the Borromean Islands of Lago Maggiore in north Italy. The place offers incredible sight of blossoming garden and palace, and a blend of Baroque architecture. It is a perfect sight for sore eyes.

Malta Popeye Village, originally created as a film set for 1980 “Popeye”, is now a major tourist destination. It offers colorful fun-filled activities for those young at heart.

The Dongchuan Red Land is located in the town of Xintian in China. It is one of the most distinctive destinations in the world and is famous for its striking red hue. Blooming flowers in the season adds more beauty to the incredible sight.

The Door to Hell, located in Derweze, Turkmenistan is one of the mysterious places. It has a giant hole that is burning with fire. Geologists set it on fire to prevent the spread of methane gas, and it has been burning continuously since then.

The Island of Flores, located in the westernmost point of the Azores Archipelago off the coast of Portugal, has much to offer. From beautiful wild flowers, that is an addition to its incredible view, to the bath of natural hot springs.

Giola is a must-visit if you are in Thassos. Giola, indeed, is a breath-taking destination. It has a stone pool carved by sea water in the rock face. You have to take a short walk down the mountain towards sea level. The water in the pool comes in through sea waves. This place offers you ultimate sense of relaxation and peace of mind, away from every distraction.

Las Lajas Cathedral or Las Lajas Sanctuary is built near the Colombian city of Ipiales, not far from the border with Ecuador. The amazing thing about it is that it was built inside the canyon where the Guitara River flows. Visit this place and admire the beauty of nature and Gothic architecture.

The Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is another precious gem on this Earth. The perfect time to visit it is in rainy season when the clear blue water lagoons cover pure white sand dunes.

 Guatemala’s Semuc Champey is the perfect getaway destination if you love swimming. Hidden in the rich mountainous jungle, it is a 300 m long natural forming limestone bridge that has six turquoise blue water pools ideal for swimming.

Rotorua, a New Zealand city, also known as Sulphur City because of its geysers, thermal pools and mud pools bubbling due to hot temperature. You can soak your feet in the hot springs of Rotorua and enjoy.

Setenil de las Bodegas is a town in the province of Cádiz, Spain, known for its residence built into rock overhangs above the Rio Trejo. The area is all-in-one place since it is a home to restaurants with delicious food and bars.

Namaqualand is an arid region in Namibia and South Africa. Every spring, the appearance of white and orange daisies adds color to this desert. It, indeed, is the extraordinary phenomenon of nature.

The journey to explore Saint Marcel d’Ardèche ,located in France, will take you to witness the unbelievable yet enchanting universe. You will discover huge water falls and unique waterbasins.

Pangong Tso is a lake that stretches from India to China. Travelers visit here to enjoy the beauty of nature and to witness the clear water that reflects the beautiful and huge mountains.

Marble Caves of Chile Chico, located on a peninsula of solid marble bordering Lake General Carrera, are an incredible attraction. The swirling marble patterns on cavern walls, formed by 6,000-plus years of waves washing up against calcium carbonate, is stunningly beautiful piece of nature.

Castelluccio is a village in Umbria, in the Apennine Mountains of central Italy. Castelluccio offers a magnificent landscape to visit, but it is a must-see during the season of flowering when the mosaic of colorful flowers overwhelmed the landscape with spectacular scenes. 

Jericoacoara is a fishing village, hub of windsurfing and kitesurfing, in Ceará, Brazil. Located around 300 km west of Fortaleza. This place is one-of-its-kind. It has roads paved with sand and sea stretched as far as the eyes can go.

Rangiroa, a string of coral enclosing an iridescent turquoise and jade-green lagoon, is one of the world’s most noteworthy plunge goals. From the air, the atoll – the second biggest on the planet – seems pearl laid upon the water.

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