There are so many beautiful places in the world. Very few of them are still visible to the human eye. The reason for this is the difficulty of getting to those places. But these beautiful places are hard to see. Below you will find some amazing places that you should go to someday in your life if you come back without any harm to the environment.
01.Blagaz, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Blagaj is a small village surrounded by Waterfalls with sapphire-like water and waterfalls. At the foot of a deep precipice are cozy white houses and a monastery. This is a place of worship for the Darwish and Sufi tribes who created this village at the edge of paradise.
Huwakashina is a city built on a large desert sanctuary. The city is about 5 hours from Lima, the capital of Peru. There you can also slide on the sand from the Peruvian mountains. In this city you will feel isolated from the rest of the world. This is because the city has a population of only 200 people
03.Hillier River, Australia
Just think of a beach surrounded by eucalyptus jungle next to a pink river..there really is such a place. It is the Hillier River in southwestern Australia. You can only get there by plane. Discovered in 1802, the river is pink all year round. Although it is said that water turns pink due to the activity of seaweed and microorganisms, it has not yet been scientifically proven. So no one still knows the reason for the wonderful pink color of this water.
04.Hidden Beach, Marieta Islands, Mexico
This is a hidden beach where fresh water and many species of birds live. To get here you have to go through a number of underwater caves. Then you can see this hidden beach.
05.The Silfra Fissure, Iceland
Silfra Fisher is located in Thingvelier National Park, Iceland. This is a favorite destination of many challengers and divers. The cold water here is extremely clean so you can see from a depth of about 300m.
06.Isola Bella, Italy
Isola Bella is a beautiful island located in Lago Magiore, Italy. This small island is almost entirely made up of a charming Borromeo mansion, a beautiful flower garden, a terrace and water lilies. You can also see white peacocks, also known as royal birds, roaming the park.
07.Popeye village, Malta
Popai Village is a village of small wooden houses built for the filming of the movie Popai in the 1980s. At the moment it features spectacular views, boating around the bay and an amusement park. Even today, the interiors of some of the houses here look exactly like they were created during the filming.
08.Dongchuan Red Soil, China
Dongchuan is a mountainous plateau southwest of Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province. This is not used for the tourism industry in China due to the lack of infrastructure. This was first discovered in the mid-1990s. The wrinkled ground, which looks like a patchwork cloth, turns almost reddish-brown due to the high mineral and fossil deposits.
09.Flores island, Portugal
The island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is due to the presence of a national park with rare flora and fauna. It is located in the westernmost part of the Azores island off the coast of Portugal. The Portuguese name translates as “a cloak made of flowers.” This is because of the fact that it has almost all kinds of colorful flowers. The island is also home to natural hot springs, canals, rivers, volcanoes, and world-famous caves.
10.The Door to Hell/Darvaza Crater, Turkmenistan
This massive burning abyss is about 60 feet [60 m] in diameter and 20 feet [20 m] deep. Locals call her the Gate of Hell. Once a geologist found a cave full of natural gas. It was decided to burn these gases so as not to harm the people and animals in the area. The fire was supposed to end in 4 or 5 days but it has been burning for 45 years since then. Although this amazing phenomenon attracts tourists from all over the world, many people are still unaware of it.
11.The Lencois Maranhenses National park, Brazil
This national park is located on the northeastern coast of Brazil. Every year during the rainy season, thousands of blue lagoons emerge from the sand dunes. How fish and crabs come here every year after the drought is still a mystery. The best time to visit this place is from July to September as the lagoons reach their maximum.
12.Setenil de las Bodegas, Spain
This small town has been on a rock in southern Spain for more than 800 years. The locals call it the “City Under the Rocks.” The walls and roofs of most of the houses in this city are part of this massive basalt rock. This rock protects people from strong winds and heat.
13.The Cave of Saint Marcel d’Ardeche France
This place was discovered in 1836 by a French hunter. It is located in the French Alps. This is a cave complex with very clear clear water and colorful rocks
14.The marble Caves, Chile
Marble Caves are located on the peninsula of General Carrera Reservoir in Chile. This cave complex has been carefully and patiently built by water for over 1000 years. Its beautiful patterned marble walls are extremely beautiful.
15.Las Lajas Sanctuary, Colombia
The sanctuary is located at a gate near the border between Colombia and Ecuador. The buildings of the Neo-Gothic tradition and their interiors are extremely impressive. The church stretches 45 meters high from the river in the middle of the mountains and waterfalls.