The world is a beautiful place. Here are 20 of some of the most beautiful places we could find. Add #12 to my bucket list. Wow!
The Tunnel of Love in Klevan, Ukraine stretches for 3 km (1.9 miles).
Holland’s Tulip Fields provide the primary source of tulips for the world.
Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is the world’s largest salt flat.
The Mendenhall Ice Cave in Alaska technically no longer exists. It collapsed in July 2014.
Japan’s Bamboo Forest provides a home for the tallest grass you will ever see.
Cherry Blossom Avenue in Bonn, Germany is canopied by lovely, pink flowers.
The Naica Mine in Mexico hosts some of the largest selenite crystals on the planet.
The Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan provides a walkway of over 150 vines and 20 species of the flowering plant.
Southwest Germany’s Black Forest is something straight out of a dream.
China’s Tea Fields provide much of the world’s tea supply.
The Tianzi Mountains in China are some of the most uniquely eroded canyons on earth.
The Hang Son Doong Cave in Vietnam is the largest cave on the planet. Nobody is certain how large it really is as much is still to be explored.
The Shibazakura Flowers in Japan’s Takinoue Park are in full bloom from April to June.
Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona in the United States is subject to flash flooding during the monsoon season.
It is thought that bacteria in the water of Australia’s Lake Hillier create the bright pink effect.
The United Kingdom is home to several fields of brilliant pink and purple lavender.
The Canola Flower Fields in China are the source of cooking oil used in kitchens around the world.
Mount Roraima is a giant plateau sitting at the convergence point of Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana.
The Danxia landforms of China has been called some of the most beautiful geological arrangements in the country.
Japan’s Hitachi Seaside Park features various flowers that bloom all year long.
Did we miss anything? Let us know about other beautiful places to see, and we may highlight them in a future feature.