25 Out-Of-This-World Places To Add To Your Bucket List

A deal by , 10. Aug. 2018 12:53 pm

Alright pirates. It's August, which means your Instagram is filled with pictures of your friends eating cheese boards in various exotic locales.

So if you're getting tired of seeing pictures of the Eiffel Tower and London Tower Bridge, fear not. We've rounded up some out-of-this-world places that fall more off the beaten path to mix up your day.

Warning: may cause wanderlust and flight bookings.

1. Zhangjiajie National Park, China

In addition to these amazing rock formations, you can also walk the longest and highest glass bridge in the world.

Zhangjiajie, Chiny

2. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

The largest salt pan (4,086 square miles!) AND one of the most flat areas in the world.

Salar de Uyuni, Boliwia

3. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

This waterfall is One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World (deservedly so). Maybe it's not the highest one in the world, but it DOES have the largest surface and the highest amount of falling water.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

4. Marble caves in Patagonia, Argentina and Chile

You can find it on Lake General Carrera, the largest and deepest in South America.

Patagonia, Argentina and Chile

5. "Gates to Hell" in Derweze, Turkmenistan

During a geological expedition, a gas field was drilled. As a result of lowering the reservoir pressure, the ground collapsed and left a sinkhole, opening the gates of hell.

Just kidding. To prevent the gas escaping into the atmosphere, the hole was ignited. It's been burning nonstop since.

Derweze, Turkmenistan

6. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil

This park is covered with large sand dunes and is flooded periodically. There is almost no natural vegetation here!

National Park Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil

7. Rice Terraces in Mu Cang Chai, Vietnam

Beautifully colored terraces can be seen in May, September, and October during the harvest.

Mu Cang Chai, Wietnam

8. Salt Ponds of Mara, Peru

The complex has over 5,000 salt ponds and creates an amazing view. Salt was harvested by the Incas here and still is to this day!

Saliny w Maras, Peru

9. Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia

Home to some of the most beautiful places in the world for diving, the archipelago consists of 1,800 islands with only 35 inhabited.

Raja Ampat, Indonesia

10. Pali, Hawaii

These palis (or windward cliffs) reach 1,186 feet above sea level. The National Park can be reached by foot, helicopter, or waterway.

On Pali, Hawaii, USA

11. Vatnajökull Glacier, Iceland

While this may be the second largest glacier in Europe, it is the largest by volume. It covers 8% of Iceland!

Vatnajokull Glacier, Iceland

12. Hillier Lake, Australia

There is a reason why it's called Pink Lake. The lake owes its color to algae and microbes that feed on the salt there.

Hillier Lake, Australia

13. Semuc Champey, Guatemala

Dive in to naturally formed pools on the river with a beautiful turquoise color in Guatemala!

Semuc Champey, Gwatemala

14. Waterfall Salto Angel, Venezuela

Salto Angel (or Angel Waterfall) is the highest waterfall in the world. Water falls there from a height of 3,211 feet.

Salto Angel, Venezuela

15. Antelope Canyon, USA

One of the most beautiful canyons in the world can be found on a Navajo tribe reserve. You need an indigenous guide to enter and experience it's beauty.

Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA

16. Cappadocia, Turkey

Tuff is a volcanic rock that covers this area of Turkey, forming a spectacular lunar landscape. If you peek close enough, you'll see churches and houses built into the rock!

Cappadocia, Turkey

17. Valley of the Moon, Chile

The aptly named Moon Valley is located in the Atacama desert.

Valley of the Moon, Chile

18. Meteora, Greece

The name comes from a Greek contraction that means "suspended in air," literally 1,800 feet above sea level. On top you can find 24 Orthodox monasteries.

Meteora, Greece

19. Kolukkumalai tea fields, Munnar, India

These fields have some of the highest located tea terraces in the world, and certainly some of the most beautiful.

Kolukkmalai, Munnar, Indie

20. Great Blue Hole, Belize

This great hole in the Caribbean can even be seen from space. Doesn't it look like a hole lot of fun?

Great Blue Hole, Belize

21. Namib Desert, Namibia

The sand here changes as you travel the desert, it's yellow near the coast and becomes a deep red the further inland you travel.

Namib, Namibia

22. Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

The cliffs are made of limestone and sandstones that has been beaten by wind and sea for millions of years.

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

23. Lavender fields in Provence, France

The amazing purple color takes place from June to August. It smells just as good as it looks!

Lavender fields, Provence, France

24. Petra, Jordan

While you may not see Indiana Jones, these are the ruins of Nabatean city, located in a rocky valley which leads to the As-Sik Gorge. There are multiple buildings here carved in the rocks.

Petra, Jordan

25. King's Canyon, Australia

Found in the Outback, this lush little oasis is nicknamed the Garden of Eden. It can only be entered by hiking up 500 steps and then back down into the middle of the canyon.

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