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Many amazing places in the world are not popular tourist destinations because it is difficult to reach them. But aren’t these cozy islands, blue waters, flower fields, and impressive waterfalls? They all seem to belong to fairy tales.

Today we will share 15 secret places on our planet that most tourists have not yet heard. Don’t miss your chance to be among the first explorers!

Most Beautiful Places In The World

11. Blagaj, Bosnia, and Herzegovina

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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Blagaj is a small town located between small waterfalls and surrounded by azure waters. Cozy white houses and a monastery are located under a cliff. This is a sacred place for the dervishes and Sufis who built the town in this corner of paradise.

10. Huacachina, Peru

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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Huacachina is an oasis city in the middle of a vast desert. The journey from Lima, the capital of Peru, to this charming place takes approximately 5 hours.

The population of the city is approximately 200 people, so it can be isolated from the world there. Also, you can ride a sandboard on the Peruvian hills.

9. Lake Hillier, Australia

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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Imagine the sandy beaches surrounded by eucalyptus forests on the world’s pinkest lake … Lake Hillier is located on Middle Island, in the southwest of Australia.

The only way to get there is by plane. The site was discovered in 1802 and remains pink all year!

Some algae and microorganisms were supposed to turn pink, but subsequent studies have not confirmed this. Therefore, no one knows why the water has this unusual color.

8. Hidden Beach, Marieta Islands, Mexico

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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Escondida beach (Playa de Amor) is a secret beach with pure water and a great variety of birds that live there. You can get to this lovely piece of paradise just by the water.

After navigating through a maze of underwater caves for a few minutes, you will discover a wonderful beach lost in the depths of the island.

7. Silfra fissure, Iceland

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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The Silfra Fissure is located in the Thingvellir National Park of Iceland. This is a favorite place for divers and adventurers. It is possible to lose the feeling of depth here because the cold water is incredibly pure. You can see through 300 meters!

6. Isola Bella, Italy

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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Without a doubt, Isola Bella, the Italian island in Lake Maggiore, is one of the most beautiful in the world. The magnificent Borromean palace and a multi-level flower garden with caves, terraces, and fountains occupy almost the whole tiny land.

Additionally, you will see white peacocks, also known as royal birds, slowly roaming the garden.

5. Popeye Village, Malta

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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The village of Popeye consists of small wooden houses that were originally built to record the Popeye musical in the 1980s. Today, it is a complex with an amusement park, bay cruises, and stunning views.

The interiors of some houses are still decorated in the same way as during the filming of the film.

4. Dongchuan Red Soil, China

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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Dongchuan Red Soil is a mountain valley southwest of Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province. Due to the distance from public infrastructure, this place is not on the tourist map of China.

It was discovered in the mid-1990s. The undulating landscapes, which resemble a mosaic, are reddish-brown in color due to the high concentration of minerals and fossils.

3. The Door to Hell (also known as Darvaza Crater), Turkmenistan

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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This giant crater is about 60 meters in diameter and 20 meters deep. Locals call this place “the door to hell”. Once, geologists accidentally discovered a cave with huge reserves of natural gas.

To avoid harmful effects to people and livestock, the gas was burned. The fire was supposed to go out after a few days, but it has been burning for 45 years. This unique and fascinating phenomenon attracts tourists from all over the world.

2. The Cave of Saint-Marcel d’Ardeche, France

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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This place was found in 1836 by a French hunter. The Saint-Marcel-D’ardèche cave (Saint-Marcel-d’Ardeche) is located in the Rhone region of the French Alps. This is a huge network of caves with crystal clear waters and colored stones.

1. The Marble Caves, Chile

11 Incredibly Stunning Places Most Tourists Don’t Know About
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The marble caves are located on a peninsula in General Carrera Lake in Chile. This impressive network of caves was created with care and patience by the water thousands of years ago. These marble walls are incredibly beautiful.

Preview photo credit Marieta island

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