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World’s Most Fascinating Locations

Some tourist spots in our world are strange and weird due to its physical appearance; however, these places are too beautiful that makes them unique and attractive to our eyes. Here are the example places to prove it:

1. The Nasca Lines, Peru

One of South America’s greatest mysteries is the animal figures and geometric shapes etched by the ancient Nasca into Peru’s barren Pampa de San José. These forms are only visible when you are in the air or from the metal viewing tower beside the highway. Some of the unexplained shapes are up to 200m in length; each of them executed in a continuous line. Some conspiracies said that aliens make these lines, shapes, and figures. However, no evidence discovered, so it is still a mystery for the people how and why it had been drawn.

2. Socotra Island, Yemen

Most of the plants in this island grow very weird, and it seems like you are in a sci-film movie while entering this area. It was now separated from mainland Africa more than six million years ago. Socotra’s incredible and unique biodiversity means that there are plants and trees here not found anywhere else in the world. Two examples are the twisted dragon’s blood tree and the bulbous bottle tree which are very different from a typical tree we see.

3. Red Beach, Panjin, China

It is nice to see and get to a beach with a crystal clear and blue or somehow blue-green water but seeing a red sea is uncommon. This beach is covered in a type of seaweed called Sueda, which turns bright red in autumn. The wetlands are also a famous nature reserve for migrating birds.

4. Plain of Jars, Laos

According to theory, these large cylindrical jars were made for ancient funeral ceremonies though local legend says that the giants use these to brew rice wine. When you plan to visit this place, it is undoubtedly amazing and perfect to get photographs.

5. Goblin Valley State Park, Utah, USA

The park tends to appear like in mars but is an uninhabited valley 216 miles southeast of Salt Lake City in Utah. Bizzare formations are due to the soft sandstone that has been eroded by wind and water for many years to form strange pinnacles or hoodoos that some think resemble goblins. You might believe that humans made this kind of structure, but the real thing is that it is built naturally.

7 Extraordinary Travel Locations You Must Visit

You only live once so live life to the fullest and cherish it with beautiful moments. Our world is the whole of unusual places that photographer and travelers discover every day. Sometimes we think that we must also reach those unlikely places before we die. Different geographical locations, climatic conditions, breath-taking heights of mountains and volcanos and other fantastic sites exist! It may be a good reason for you to tour yourself to love nature.

The following are some of the fascinating places we can choose to go:

1. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi, UAE

One great structure made by the Muslims is the Grand Mosque in the United Arab Emirates. It is composed of 82 domes, and enough room to accommodate 40,000 worshippers. It is not only one of the largest mosque in the world but is also most beautiful with a marble courtyard featuring mosaics of flowers native to the Middle East. It is a magnificent kind of architecture to pull tourists as well as to strengthen the faith of the Muslim religion.

If you can’t afford to travel overseas and you’re in the Phoenix area, check out this blog post featuring Camelback Mountain. It will give you breathtaking views of the Valley and provides a difficult hike that is sure to give you a great workout also.

2. Japan in Cherry Blossom Season

It is perfect for posting on Instagram when you take a shot from the trees of Cherry Blossom in Japan. Its time for a visit is classic for each spring. You’ll love not only the pink leaves but also the environment and the Japanese people.

3. Mù Cang Chải, Vietnam

Alike from the terraces of Banawe in the Philippines, the spot is full of has a rice paddy-terraced mountains and twisting streams which will make you feel like you’re living in a fairy tale. The scene will blow your mind away.

4. The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

It is like you are living in the atmosphere of giants when you take to this Northern Ireland’s heritage site. A volcano eruption over 60 million years ago spewed out a mass of molten basalt, which then solidified and contracted as it cooled, creating the cracks that can be seen today. The local legend says the giants created this.

5. Badab-e-Surt, Iran

These beautiful travertine terraces in northern Iran are an incredible natural phenomenon that developed over thousands of years. It consists of limestone generated from the calcium deposit in flowing water, and in this case, it’s two hot springs with different mineral properties. You will witness an unusual reddish color of the terraces. Continue