Most Amazing Places to visit on Earth before you will die

Sea of stars

( Vandhoo, Maldives )

Picture credit – Will Ho

If you haven’t seen this phenomenon it has been called the “Sea of Stars” due to its glowing blue waves. And this beach is surreal in vandhoo island, Raa Atoll Maldives.
To know more about this little beautiful creature that causes this unbelievable glowing effect. It is caused by a natural chemical reaction known as Bioluminescence, which occurs when microorganisms in the water which is disturbed by the oxygen. This is a marine microbe is called as Phytoplankton. This phenomenon can be seen best during a full moon or in the moonlights. Scuba divers can wave their hands or run their fingers on the sand while under the sea to cause a reaction on the glowing plankton.

Northern Lights
( Norway )

Picture credit – Philip Mclean

This is the physical phenomena that occur when electrically charged particles from the sun hurtle toward the earth. The light becomes visible when the particles collide with gases in the earth’s atmosphere. The magnetic field of earth directs the particles toward the opening near the north and south poles & thus this phenomenon can only be seen near the magnetic poles. The polar light of the southern hemisphere is called Aurora Australia, the Southern lights. The polar light of the northern hemisphere is called Aurora Borealis – Northern Lights.
The northern light can be seen in many different colors:-

  • More than 150 km = Red light
  • 120 km – 150 km = Yellow and Green light
  • Less than 120 km = Blue and Purple light.

The northern lights are very fascinating and captivated to see in the dark.

Tunnel of Love
( Ukraine )

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Tunnel of love is situated between klevan and the village of orzhiv on the Kovel- rivne line, a distance of 7 km near Orzhiv, the line splits into two. In lead to klevan and the other lead to a secret military base, from the cold war era, hidden in the forest. Back in those days, the tree was planted deliberately alongside the track to conceal the transport of military hardware. The odek factory train runs to klevan through the tunnel of love several times a day. The tunnel is hugely popular in Ukraine. The couple will come and have a photo-shoot here.

Las Colorados
( Mexico )

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The pink lake of the las Colorados, Mexico is one of the best-kept secrets of the Yucatan Peninsula. This place resembles the scenario of a fantasy-driven dream and this is so gorgeous and visual delight experience in a pink lake in Mexico.
The color of the lake is a type of microorganism found in water saturated with salt. The process by which the water turned this color was completely artificial and accidental. It has salt deposits that accumulated in the lake that was painted the water with its spectacular shades of pink.
The highest the sun is the more intense the color of the lake will be. At the time of the moon, there is a perfect time to snap the pictures of the lake.

Kawah Ijen Volcano
( Indonesia )

Ijen is a 20km wild caldera which is a house of more volcano in it. It is a volcano that is filled with sulfur and when it burns the blue flames appear and the volcano is especially amazing at night.
The surrounding of the area is unfriendly because there are acid lakes and the caldera petrified sulfur. The Ijen caldera soil is very fertile and it is best for the plantation of coffee. This is also famous among tourists where they can see the arabica plantation, and they also see the boiling sulfur of the volcano.

Lake Baikal
( Russia )

Lake Baikal is located in Siberia and it is the world’s largest freshwater lake that contains approx 20% of earth freshwater. And also the oldest lake in the world at over 25 million yrs old. It is the home of more than 2000 varieties of flora and fauna.
It is renowned for some of the clearest lakes in the world. When the lake freeze during the winters. A large shard of transparent ice form on the surface of the lake will give you the amazing Turquoise ice effect and its appearance.

Picture credit – Kristina Makeeva

Crystal of Caves
( Mexico )

Giant crystal cave is located in Naica, chihuahua Mexico. It was discovered in 2000 by the miners who are excavating a new tunnel for the industry.
It is connected with Naica mine at a depth of 300m ( 980 ft ).
Giant Selenite Crystal is the largest natural crystal ever found. This cave is a natural marvel but it is rarely accessible because of its extreme conditions.
The cave itself lies above an underground magma chamber where groundwater heated to the level where it was saturated with minerals. This cave is extremely hot where you cannot stand for more than 5 minutes, here air temperature reaching up to 58°C with 90% to 99% humidity.

Door to Hell
( Turkmenistan )

Picture credit – Elliott Davies

The ‘ door to hell ‘ is located in the Karakum desert near the Derweze village in Turkmenistan.
It is a natural gas field to prevent the toxic methane gas from escaping into the atmosphere and the surrounding area, this crater has been burning from more than 50 years since 1971 with an area around 5,320 sq meters and depth of about 98ft.
It is a result of human error. A team of Soviet engineers wants oil drilling and an oil rig was dug at the site. Engineer realized it was not oil but natural gas was escaped and also triggered. To prevent toxic gases from escaping into town and villages & the engineer decision was made to burn the gases off.

Hang Son Doong Cave
( Vietnam )

Hang son doong, is the largest cave in the world and it is located in the hearts of Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in the Quang Binh Province of Vietnam.
It is famous for its own ecosystem created within the cave and it has its own weather system and creates its own cloud. You will find the largest Stalagmite known to man. The collapsed ceiling has created an opening known as Dolines. You will come across jungles, rivers, misty clouds and microorganisms thriving in the darkness. It is a whole other world.

Picture credit – Martin Edstrom

Pink lake Hillier
( Australia )

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Pink lake Hillier is located on the middle island, the body of water is a bubble gum pink color. This pink lake is 10X times saltier than the ocean.
It is surrounded by a thick wood of the eucalyptus tree and white sand. It is speculated that there are bacteria that live in a salt crust and the pink color of the lake is considered due to the presence of organisms like Dunaliella Salina.

Danxia Landform
( China )

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The danxia landform area is known as mesmerizing eye candy of Zhangye. This is a beautiful masterpiece of art and colorful like an Imaginary oil painting.
It is a geological park which is situated in the province of Gansu in Asia china, the closest city is Zhangye.
It was formed by the erosion of red sandstone. Its special geological structure, combined with long term desert conditions, freezing thaw peeling and wind and water erosion gave rise to its present appearance and its exposed rock layer which have different colors, shapes, sizes, patterns, and textures. It has a different density and erosion create a towering peak, cave holes & stone halls.

Uyuni Salt Lake
( Bolivia )

It is the world’s largest salt flat at 10,582 sq km. It is in the Daniel Campos Province in Potosi in Southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes and is at an elevation of 3656 meters above sea level.
It is covered by a few meters of salt crust, which has an extraordinary flatness with the average elevation variation within one meter over the entire area of the salar. It contains 50% to 70% of the world knowns as lithium reserves.
The crust serves as a source of salt and covers a pool of brines, which is exceptionally rich in lithium.

Painted Dunes
( USA )

Painted dunes are located in Lassen national park in Northern California. These colorful dunes are formed out of oxidized volcanic ash layers. They lie in the shadow of the cinder cone volcano. The orange, red hues of the dunes are strikingly contrasted by the black volcanic sands.

Picture credit – Steve Jordon

Anna Paulowna Fields
( The Netherlands )

Picture credit – Normann Szkop

Anna paulowna is an area around Keukenhof in Lisse is probably the most famous area to watch the tulip fields of Netherlands.
Anna paulowna has been a part of the new municipality of Holland Kroon.
The former municipality derives its name from the Anna Paulownapolder, which was laid dry 1846 during the reign of King William II of the Netherlands and in turn name after his wife, Queen anna paulowna of Russia.