Amazing places in the world you haven’t heard of

Amazing places around the world

There is a certain enjoyment to travelling to amazing places that are completely astonishing and unusual in our surrounding world. Many explorers and travellers desire an expedition to new and bizarre tourist spots worldwide. If you are the kind of person who wanted to travel to the most fascinating and unusual places in the world. Then, you are at the right destination. This blog journeys you into the most amazing places in the world you’ve never heard of.

Benefits of Travelling to amazing places in the world

Travelling always connects people with joy and relief all around the world. You get to take a few days off from work or your regular routine to immerse yourself in a new culture. Or tour amazing places, sample a range of delicacies, and learn about a different group of people. Aside from the joy and thrill of travelling, a brief vacation may also provide you with scientifically proven health advantages, especially if you visit a new place.

Travel makes you happier

The more things you discuss, such as the indulgent meals you want to eat, the resort luxuries you intend to use, and the stores you intend to visit, the happier you will be. Planning an enjoyable vacation offers you something to look forward to in the future, which improves your current mood and makes your everyday tasks easier to handle.

Travel relaxes your mind

When you are well-rested and less stressed, you may show improvement in your relationships and quality of work. When you are less stressed, you can manage emotional issues with more clarity. Your clear mindset can also help you focus better at work, allowing you to make more clear decisions and boost your productivity.

Travel improves physical activity

When you repeat the same pattern daily, it’s easy to get trapped in a circle. Even if you have involved an exercise programme in your daily routine, you may only be physically active for an hour or less each day. Travel allows you to stay active throughout the day. Because you’re so enthusiastic to learn about your new location, you probably won’t even notice that you’re exerting your muscles more regularly.

Salar de Uyuni


Bolivia, South America

Salar de Uyuni is considered one of the most exciting and noteworthy vistas in all of South America. It stretches more than 10,490 square kilometres of the Altiplano. It is the world’s largest flat salt deposit. As left behind by prehistoric lakes evaporated long ago. Here, the flats have made of a 10-billion-ton layer of salt. Thus, extending to the vanishing point. It has covered by sandwiched, polygonal arrangements of salt mounting from the ground.

Have you seen heaven in your life? If you like to see it before dying, you should certainly go there. At least once in a lifetime. I bet you would be amazed after the visit than seeing the view. Occasionally, proximate lakes around the zone spill over. Thus, a thin layer of water shifts the flats into a stunning mirror image of the sky. This stunning and unearthly terrain serves as a worthwhile extraction site for many valuable minerals. Salar de Uyuni has located at the crux of Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. To conclude, the glaring beauty and loneliness of Salar de Uyuni can make for an incredible experience in your lifetime.

Mont st Michel


Normandy, France

Mont Saint Michel has perched on a rocky island on the sandbanks between Normandy and Brittany lies a magnificent abbey that is like no other in the world. Looking like it came straight out of a storybook, this Gothic Benedictine Church has also known as the Wonder of the West. Do you know what Harry Potter’s Hogwarts Castle looks like? If you know that, then it’s the same look-alike castle.

It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and continues to be one of Europe’s unforgettable amazing places. You can reach the castle by a walk on the sandbanks or bridge, nevertheless, when there are high tides, the water rises 14 meters and only the bridge is accessible. But, aside from a breathtaking castle, this abbey is over 1300 years old and with its long history comes uncovered secrets from an underground church to an uncovered medieval graveyard. This mystical place surprises historians with its ever-change in history after each excavation.

Sigiriya, the Lion Fortress


Dambulla, Sri Lanka

Sigiriya, the Lion Fortress, is one of the most iconic places in Sri Lanka and around the world. The giant Lion Rock, Sigiriya Fortress is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And, one of the eight heritage sites in Sri Lanka. It is also recognized to be the 8th Wonder of the World by UNESCO. It’s a 200 meters tall rock cropping that dominates the entire landscape. And, at the top of it are mysterious ruins. But still, there is a question, why they have built on top of a mountain.

Have you heard of Indian Epic Ramayana? Then, you would know about Ravana, the Devilish King of Sri Lanka. It’s believed that it was the kingdom of Ravana, an ancient king who captured Sita and fought against Rama in Indian Mythology. However, there is another fact that this may be a monastery, and there are shreds of evidence that monks may have lived here for up to 1500 years. The entrance of the Lion Fortress has known to be as Lion Gate, the pathway of the stairs to the upper palace has two lion paws on either side and a mirror wall with frescoes of beautiful women. Do you enjoy heights? Then, this is a wonderful place for your excavation.

Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, Hunan


Hunan, China

The Floating Mountains of China have sited in the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. It is in the Wulingyuan District of Hunan, China. The Floating Mountains are one of the most stunning and unique nature views in the world. Enormously raised tall pillars of 200 meters in height spread over a large area. This can’t be seen anywhere else in the world. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park has considered one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world.

Avatar, the highest-grossing film in Hollywood movie history, portrays the mountains. As beautiful floating mountains, called Pandora Mountains in the sky. It isn’t entirely magic or CGI. Avatar’s Floating Mountains are the photoshopped version of Zhangjiajie Floating Mountains. Can you believe that? But, it’s true. The floating Hallelujah Mountains had formed by weathering of rocks. And, physical and chemical erosion for several years created this magnificent place for humans. Avatar Floating Mountains is a perfect place to visit for hikers around the world.

Eisriesenwelt Cave, Austria


Werfen, Austria

Eisriesenwelt Cave is the world’s largest ice cave situated in Werfen, Austria. The cave has located 42 kilometres south of Salzburg. The word ‘Eisriesenwelt’ has known as ‘World of the Ice Giants’ in German. This ice cave has made up of natural limestone inside the Hochkogel mountain in the Tennengebirge section of the Austrian Alps. The ice cave formed by the Salzach River eroded the passage into the mountain. The mountain range in the Austrian Alps is the largest karst plateau in the Salzburger Alps. Tennengebirge Mountains formed during the late tertiary period. During the Wurm glaciation period of the Pleistocene.

In 1912, Alexander von Mörk led several expeditions into the cave. Later, followed by other explorers. Then, a cabin has built on the route. The first routes to the mountain opened in 1920. The geological and scientific testings carried out on rock and ice deposits of the cave. Thus, scientists had dated the cave between 50 and 100 million years ago. But, the ice formations are a far newer phenomenon, originating approximately 1000 years ago. Apart from this information, the ice cave is more pleasing to visit and your best destination for your summer vacation.

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