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If you think you have already seen everything and visited the best places on the planet, we have a surprise for you! Here is a list of some unknown places that you may have missed and that you should definitely include on your list of the bucket because they are even more charming than you can imagine.

This article will help you explore the world and amaze people with its awesome stories. Here you found 20 amazing places to visit if you are planning your next vacation!

Most Breathtaking Landscapes on Earth

1. The Great Prismatic Spring, United States.

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This hot spring is the third-largest in the world, after Lake Skillet in New Zealand and Lake Boiling in the Dominican Republic. It is 370 feet in diameter, which is larger than a soccer field (260 feet long and 160 feet wide).

2. Cappadocia, Turkey

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We all know Turkey for its bright and colorful landscapes. However, not everyone has discovered the beauty of this historical region in the Turkish provinces.

Take the opportunity to participate in a hot air balloon ride that starts at sunrise. You can see the deep canyons, valleys and fairy chimneys from above.

3. Mammoth Lakes, California

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Can you imagine enjoying a heart-shaped hot spring in the middle of a valley, surrounded by spectacular scenery? The name speaks of the size of the mountains, the extent of the valleys and the crystal clear mountain lakes.

4. Kakslauttanen Hotel, Finland

 
 
 
 
 
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What are your first thoughts when you listen to “the Arctic”? If it’s cold, dazzling landscapes, and lack of heat, be prepared for the fact that this hotel will break all its stereotypes with its beautiful glass igloos in the middle of a forest.

These igloos are perfect for observing the beauty and magnificence of the Northern Lights.

5. St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall, England

 
 
 
 
 
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You probably think we are wrong, but there is actually a British twin brother from Le Mont-Saint-Michel on the other side of the Canal.

Prepare to be amazed by the island world of Monte de São Miguel and the legends, myths and more than 1,000 years of incredible history.

The castle and chapel have been the home of the St. Aubyn family since almost 1650.

6. Cenote Ik-Kil, Mexico

 
 
 
 
 
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Mexico is rich in cenotes and one of the most impressive places is Ik-Kil. If you want to get to this incredible cenote, prepare to descend 26 m. The water in Ik-Kil is 40 m deep and its diameter is 60 m.

7. Smoo Cave, Scotland

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Smoo Cave is one of the most interesting and mythical caves in Scotland. It is also one of the largest sea caves in Britain.

The name of the Smoo cave means “a hole” or “hiding place”. So, you can see that it is not a crowded place and it is definitely something worth trying.

8. Black Canyon of Colorado, Arizona

 
 
 
 
 
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This canyon is located on the Colorado River, on the state border between Nevada and Arizona. It appeared about 15 million years ago and is named after the black volcanic rocks found throughout the area.

9. Socotra Island, Yemen

 
 
 
 
 
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The plants on Socotra Island are what make this place one of the strongest on Earth.

This place is also known for having almost no roads on the island, in addition to home a collection of caves and several shipwrecks.

10. Tongariro, New Zealand

 
 
 
 
 
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Tongariro is New Zealand’s national park and World Heritage area. Between 2000 and 2003, the Lord of the Rings film trilogy was filmed here.

11. National Park, Channel Islands

 
 
 
 
 
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Sark is an island in the Channel Islands, southwest of the English Channel, and one of the coolest hidden places on Earth (its population is about 500 people). Cars are prohibited on Sark’s roads and only horse-drawn vehicles and tractors are allowed.

12. Wisteria Tunnel, Kitakyushu, Japan

 
 
 
 
 
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One of the reasons for visiting this wonderful place is that there are around 150 wisteria plants with 20 different species in the garden. To see the magical tunnel in full bloom, it is best to come here in late April or early May.

13. Bajos del Toro, Costa Rica

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Bajos del Toro is a less explored paradise in the province of Alajuela. This is a path that leads to the Hidden Treasure Waterfall.

So don’t rush, hike the trails in crystal clear water and climb the stairs all the way to the bottom to reach a waterfall you can’t even imagine.

14. Ruins of San Ignacio Miní, Argentina.

 
 
 
 
 
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It is considered one of the most exclusive and secret places in the world. The ruins of San Ignacio Miní are a 17th century Jesuit missionary complex.

Construction included a hospital, a school, dormitories, and a stone church with a wooden interior. The complex survived for about 2 centuries before the native inhabitants destroyed it.

15. Mount Edith Cavell, Canada

 
 
 
 
 
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This mountain was named in 1916, in honor of Edith Cavell, an English nurse who was executed by Geran soldiers during World War I because she was helping Allied soldiers flee from occupied Belgium to the Netherlands.

You will find a fragrant subalpine forest, stunning alpine meadows, and spectacular views of the bush. Edith Cavell and the Angel Glacier in the Cavell area.

16. Marble caves, Chile

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The magnificent marble caves of Patagonia have been formed by waves in the last 6,200 years. This natural wonder is only accessible by boat.

What makes the place even more mysterious is that the color of the marble caves changes according to the time of year.

17. Lake in Sabah, Malaysia

Sabah’s beaches and lakes are best known for their crystal clear waters and white sand.

The most breathtaking sunsets in the world and isolated islands will leave you breathless and you will never want to leave this paradise again.

18. Ithaa Submarine Restaurant, Maldives

 
 
 
 
 
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“Ithaa” means “mother of pearl”. This restaurant is located 5 m (16 ft) below sea level on the Rangali island of Conrad Maldives.

Ithaa is the world’s first glass underwater restaurant. It offers you the opportunity to dine and watch thousands of fish while staying dry, warm and comfortable.

19. Panjin Red Beach, China

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The beach acquired a unique color with a special type of plant called Suaeda vera. The plant stays green during the summer, but in the fall it turns into a deep red color that makes a red sea landscape look mesmerizing.

Most of Red Beach is a nature reserve, so it is generally closed to the public. Only a small remote section is open to tourists.

20. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

 
 
 
 
 
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Isn’t it paradise? At the upper end of the upper lakes, the falls are mostly hidden due to the thick foliage that covers them and makes them a little hard to find.

So if you really want to see this treasure, be extremely attentive to perceive everything around you!

Have you ever been to one of these places? If so, share your stories, experiences, and photos in the comments below! If you haven’t already, let us know where you want to go!

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