We have all heard about the magnificent natural wonders of the world, such as the Grand Canyon, Victoria Falls, and also the Great Barrier Reef. But little did you know that there are tons more eye-catching, breathtaking, jaw-dropping places that you don’t even know yet.
In the most hidden corners on earth, in the vast magnitude of the forests, in the deepest unexplored places in the ocean, and some areas so remote that they are still unscathed by the catastrophic ways of humans and machines.
Have you ever fantasized about traveling the world one day? If you could go anywhere you desire on earth, where in the world would you wander off to? These places are definitely on any outdoor lover’s bucket lists.
On the Yemeni island of Socotra, the road to its unique woodlands is a harsh one. Away from the city, away from massive populations, away from pollution, and away from a place where robots dominate the community. The things you will find in this place, cannot be found somewhere else.
The scientific word for it is “Dracaena Cinnabari”, or the most common name, the Socotra Dragon Tree or Dragon Blood Tree. That is what its called because the sap that the tree is producing is red. With the appearance of an uprightly held umbrella with an upturned, dimly congested crown.
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park
The Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is located in the Melaky region, northwest of Madagascar. The park is in the middle of two geological formations called the Great Tsingy and the Little Tsingy. And this national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The rocks known as the “Tsingy” were formed by a deposit of seashells and fossils below the sea over 200 million years ago when layers of calcite under the lagoon formed a broad limestone.
Now, tourists can access the national park under heavy supervision by the park rangers. With the use of the road from Morondava, a town 150km south of the national park. There’s also limited access from the town of Antsalova which can be reached by plane from Antananarivo.
Rock Islands in Palau
With unique island formations that are scattered across a 32 km area of clear turquoise ocean southwest of Koror. Viewing from any vantage point such as underwater, from the air, or from even just lying on the beach. It is mesmerizing to witness limestone islets surrounded by crystal clear waters.
Gangkhar Puensum, Bhutan
Being the highest mountain in Bhutan, its name means the White Peak of the Three Spiritual Brothers and it lies on the disputed border between Bhutan and China. Bhutan prohibited locals and tourists to climb mountains higher than 19,700(6,000m) feet out of respect for local spiritual beliefs.
Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
The Son Doong Cave is located in the center of the Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park in the Quang Binh province of Central Vietnam. It was only recently explored back in 2009 by the British Cave Research Association.
Hang Son Doong or Mountain River Cave is the world’s largest but only a limited number of people can be able to see this unbelievable attraction in Vietnam each year. Because only one tour operator can bring travelers on the trek into the cave.
Honokohau Falls, Maui
Acknowledged as the tallest waterfall on the island of Maui, Hawaii. Honokohau Falls is a beauty to witness with a height of 341 meters. It’s no doubt why this was featured in the Jurassic Park movie because it took the audience’s breath away with its otherworldly presence.
The Forest Lake, Russia
The precise location of this mysterious forest lake remains unknown. According to some people, it can be found in the Tyumen region. Nobody even knows how the lake lies in the middle of a heavy rainforest, and how it was created. It can only be seen from a helicopter and from there, we can savor the beauty it holds.
The human race has left its mark on almost every surface of the planet and also a considerable portion of the oceans as well. Although some places have remained untouched by us due to it being hostile or isolate, nothing is stopping people from venturing into places that no one has ever been before.
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