10 Surreal Places You Won’t Believe Actually Exist
Take out your bucket list, your travel list and your to do list, because these places deserve to be on all three. There are places in the world you somehow wish you’ll visit one day, but then there’s also those that you simply can’t miss out on. Well, these are even better. They look surreal and straight out of fantasy books and are something of a dream come true. The list below will tell you where’re you’re travelling next. Are you ready to explore your heart out and fall in love?
The ice bubbles that form under Lake Abraham in Alberta, Canada, are just mesmerizing.
The canola flower fields can be found in Louping, China. They contrast the pink sky with a perfect yellowish shade of green and provide one of the most beautiful views in the world.
Ahal Province, Turkmenistan
The place called Derweze is known as the literal door to hell among the locals. It is a place where methane was seeping out of the ground, so geologists lit it on fire, hoping it would burn out. It has been burning for over 40 years!
Machu Picchu, Peru
No travelling list would be complete without a shout out to one of the most magnificent things humans have ever made – Machu Picchu.
Isla de Pascua, Chile
Many forget the Easter Island near the coast of Chile when planning their travels. However, this place should, under no circumstances, be skipped as it provides one of the greatest view you can find in the world.
This street in the small town of Bonn in Germany is quite literally called The Cherry Blossom Avenue.
Wyoming, United States
The Devil’s Tower in Wyoming, United States, looks exceptionally incredible during the winter when there’s snow on the ground.
The marble caves at General Carrera Lake in Argentina are known for their mirror-like cave walls and crystal clear water, making everyone’s visit an incredible experience.
The great blue hall in the middle of the ocean next to the island of Belize is accessible only by a helicopter ride, but it’s worth every penny you spend on it.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni is the world’s biggest salt flat. It’s a place where you can literally walk on clouds because of the reflection the clouds make in the salt. This desert-like area spreads across 11,000 square kilometers.