1. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
A travel destination beyond imaginary expectations. This place is unknown to a lot of people, even though it’s the world’s largest salt flat (6400 square km’s ). The salt is so clear that you can even use the entire salt platform as a mirror, possibly the world’s largest mirror. So how much salt is there? TEN BILLION TONS..
2. Sokotra, Yemen
The next place you have to travel to, is the isolated island located in Yemen. The island offers plants, trees and flowers you have never seen in your life. Why do i know this? Because 1/3 of the entire plant base, is to not be found anywhere else on the planet.
3. Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
Recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage register, but still unknown for a lot of tourists. The national park is world famous for its lakes arranged in cascades. An incredibly amount of 16 lakes can be seen from the surface at one time.
4. The Crack of Silfra
A crack made of battling tectonic plates. In iceland, the boundaries of the north american and european tectonic plates, are home to the crack. A tiny slither that allows you to dive into the gap between two continents. The water is supposedly crystal clear far down into the ocean.
5. Northern Lights, Norway
In a city far up north in Norway called Tromsø, you can actually pay to be able to see a natural phenomenon. If they’re not able to provide it to you, then money back ! A lot of people would love to see these spectacular lights on the sky, but not that many are able to see them. A worthy travel destination indeed.
6. Sea of Stars, Maldives
Although the Maldives is a very known travel destination, the “Sea of stars”, may be more unknown for most ears. You should definitely visit this travel destination to enjoy the bioluminescence in the water. a fascinating process caused by the light-giving organisms in the water. It’s known to be one of the world’s most “magical” places.
7. “The swing”, Ecuador
The only swing that must only be used by adults. The swing offers an incredible mountain view over the known Toguro volcano.
8. Halong Bay, Vietnam
With thousands of islets and hidden coves, Halong Bay is famous for it’s large monolithic limestone islands rising formideably out of the ocean.
9. Song Doong cave, Vietnam
The world’s largest subterranean passage and stretches over 8 kms ( 5.5 miles ). The history of this amazing endless cave is quite unique. A local vietnamese farmer randomly discovered it in 1991 when he had to take shelter for a heavy storm. Little did he know that he had discovered the world’s largest passage, a place unknown for many tourists, but an absolute definite travel destination.
10. Mendenhall ice caves , Alaska
These amazing ice caves are slowly melting as you walk through them. Is is a giant hollow cave underneath an icy glacier found in alaska. There are many ice caves around the world you should visit, but this takes the cake for an ice cave you must visit. This ice cave can only be acessed for those willing to kayak towards the cave and then climb down using a rope.