Travelling is a luxury that only a few can afford but most people have a list of places they want to visit before they die. Where is your dream destination? You might want to add these 10 bizarre locations that you probably don’t know exist.
1. Trolltunga, Norway
Trolltunga is a 10,000-year old rock formation located 700m above Ringeldalsvatnet Lake. It’s a favorite spot for adrenaline junkies. In fact, a lot of tourists have posed for selfies taken on the edge without any railings to protect them!
2. Lake Hillier, Australia
Two popular spots in Australia are Ayers Rocks and Great Barrier Reef, but there’s this one enchantingly beautiful destination that you should definitely visit – Lake Hillier. The lake is 600 meters long and 25o meters wide. The pink saline water is believed to be caused by algae.
3. Mendenhall Ice Caves, Alaska
Getting to the ice cave is only possible by riding a kayak to the location and climbing the ice glacier. It is located under the 12-mile long Mendenhall glacier which is near Juneau.
4. Cenotes de Yucatan, Mexico
The crystal clear water of this network of underwater caves is perfect for scuba diving. The water is free of particulates which means it has a high visibility.
5. Pamukkale, Turkey
For hundreds of years, people have bathed in this amazing network of 17 hot springs that have a temperature ranging from 35-100 degrees celsius.
6. Fly Geyser, Nevada
This man-made accidental tourist spot was discovered while drilling for geothermal energy in 1964. The colorful mound is made up of minerals that burst from the hole.
7. Great Blue Hole, Belize
This spectacular destination is 124 meters deep making it a popular dive spot. It is located near Lighthouse Reef which has plenty of sea creatures.
8. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming
Yes, it’s a bizarre-looking landscape, but this is actually America’s biggest hot spring and the third largest in the world. The color comes from pigmented bacteria growing from its edges.
9. Mount Roraima, Venezuela/Brazil
This huge plateau, which is located 85% in Venezuela and 15% in Brazil, has 400-meter cliffs on all sides. It rains every day on top of the mountain.
10. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
This 10.5-kilometer salt flat is the largest in the world. It is often called “the world’s biggest mirror” because of its reflective surface. Salar de Uyuni contains 50-70% of the world’s salt reserves. Aside from this, it’s also a great place to take optical illusion photos.
Now add these stunning bizarre places on your bucket list! — Via: Daily Star