Here at 2hottravellers, we love to show you all the beautiful pictures of amazing places we find on the internet. Some of these places are so awesome they do not even look real! All of these stunning places really exist! File away this list if you’re planning world travel soon. Please share these amazing images with your friends and family.
1. Mount Roraima, South America
One of the oldest mountain formations on Earth, a natural border between Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana in South America. What’s unique about this mountain is its flat, tabletop surface, which in the midst of clouds looks like something really magical.
It is the highest peak of the Pakaraima mountains chain, reaching a 9,219 ft height. The steep rocks form a cliff, which looks like the edge of the world!
2. Cave of the Crystals
2Cave of the Crystals or Giant Crystal Cave is a cave connected to the Naica Mine 300 metres (980 ft) below the surface in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico. The main chamber contains giants selenite crystals (gypsum, CaSO4·2 H2O), some of the largest natural crystals ever found.
The chamber contains giant selenite crystals, some of the largest natural crystals ever found. The selenite crystals were formed by hydrothermal fluids emanating from the magma chambers below.. The cavern was discovered while the miners were drilling through the Naica fault, which they were worried would flood the mine.
3. Panjin Red Beach, China
A beach in north-eastern China has transformed into a crimson red with the arrival of autumn. Panjin Red Beach, located in the province of Liaoning, is the largest and best-preserved wetland in the world. Every year in autumn, the seepweed, also known as sea-blite, that grows along its shores takes on a crimson hue as it matures.
Tourists flock to see the stunning Chinese beach that turns CRIMSON every autumn. A jetty has been built over the red marshland to allow tourists to walk over the red beach. Autumn is particularly popular for visitors.
4. Tulip Fields, Netherlands
The magnificent display of colour, created by more than 7 million tulips and other bulbs in bloom. The northern reaches of the Netherlands come alive every spring with endless rows of tulips.
Tulip season runs from the end of March until mid-May, but the flowers are usually at their best halfway through April. More than 7 million flower bulbs bloom in spring at the Keukenhof in Lisse. It is one of the best places to discover many different kinds of tulips. However, in this time of the year, you really only have to board a train or pick up a bicycle to watch the tulips in all their glory in rural fields.
5. Tunnel of love, Ukraine
Tunnel of Love is a beautiful spot in Klevan, Ukraine. A three-kilometre railway section leads to the fibreboard factory. The train goes three times a day and delivers wood to the factory. However, the trees make a green corridor, which attracts many couples, as well as photographers for its eye-catching avenue.
It is said that if you and your beloved come to the Tunnel of Love and sincerely make a wish, it will come true. It is known for being a favourite place for couples to take walks. This might be a new romantic place to discover
6. Wisteria flower tunnel, Japan
Kawachi Fuji Garden is home to an incredible 150 Wisteria flowering plants spanning 20 different species, a private garden on rural Kyushu Island in southern Japan. The garden is open to the public for only a few months a year. The pastel passageway looks like something straight out of a fairytale when the flowers are in bloom—all you need are roaming unicorns to complete the picture.
In the Buddhist religion, wisteria is a symbol of prayer. The plants can climb as high as 65 feet above the ground and can spread 32 feet laterally. The flowers bloom in lavender, violet, pink and white. Visit in late April or early May to experience the full magic of the tunnel. Try to go during the “Fuji Matsuri” (“Wisteria Festival”) when the tunnel is in full bloom.
7. Zhangye Danxia landform, China
Zhangye Danxia Landform in China is just one of those places that are hard to believe really exist. Located in Gansu province, a naturally formed landscape astonishes its visitors with the burst of colours – its streaks of yellow, orange and red to emerald, green and blue make it hard to believe it’s all real. The vast area of intensely coloured valleys, waterfalls and natural pillars look surreal in the pictures, reminding more of an impressionistic painting than a photograph.
8. Solar du Uyuni, Bolivia
The salt is over 10 meters thick in the centre. In the dry season, the salt plains are a completely flat expanse of dry salt, but in the wet season, it is covered with a thin sheet of water that is still drivable.
The Uyuni salt deposit is a unique spot on this planet. Anything is possible there and every day is different from the next. A magical place indeed, where God has simply left track of His existence.
9. Meteora Greece
The Meteora is a rock formation in central Greece hosting one of the largest and most precipitously built complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries, second in importance only to Mount Athos. The six monasteries are built on immense natural pillars and hill-like rounded boulders that dominate the local area
At their peak in the sixteenth century, there were 24 monasteries at Meteora in Greece. They were created to serve monks and nuns following the teachings of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Much of the architecture of these buildings is Athonite in origin. Today there are six still functioning, while the remainder is largely in ruin. Perched onto high cliffs, they are now accessible by staircases and pathways cut into the rock formations.
Of the six functioning monasteries, the Holy Monastery of St. Stephen and the Holy Monastery of Roussanou are inhabited by nuns while the remainder is inhabited by monks. The total monastic population of the Meteora monasteries in 2015 was 56, comprising 15 monks in four monasteries and 41 nuns in two monasteries. The monasteries are now tourist attractions.
10. Caño Cristales, Colombia
One look at this waterfall and you’ll see why travelling to it is a must. The stream falls from a cliff onto the moss, which makes the waterfall in the interesting patterns you see.
Caño Cristales is a Colombian river located in the Serrania de la Macarena province of Meta and is a tributary of the Guayabero River. The river is commonly called the "River of Five Colors" or the "Liquid Rainbow," and is noted for its striking colours.
11. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China
It had been given the name of Zhangjiajie after the name of a small village located within its bounds, and now a popular tourist attraction within the park and located in the southern part of the Wulingyuan Scenic Zone. This plush national forest is known for its unique geography and rock pillars that have formed as a result of physical erosion.
The famous Avatar Hallelujah mountain was originally named the South Celestial Pillar or Qiankun Column. It is located on the Huangshi Villiage sightseeing route, inside the Yuanjiajie Scenic Area, north of Zhangjiajie National Forest Park.
12. Grand Canyon, Arizona
Grand Canyon National Park, in Arizona, is home to much of the immense Grand Canyon, with its layered bands of red rock revealing millions of years of geological history. Viewpoints include Mather Point, Yavapai Observation Station and architect Mary Colter’s Lookout Studio and her Desert View Watchtower. Lipan Point, with wide views of the canyon and Colorado River, is a popular, especially at sunrise and sunset.
This American landmark is well-known but has plenty of quiet spots that travellers can escape to and spend time with one of nature’s most incredible wonders.
Don’t let your eyes deceive you, though. While these places may look like something out of a fairytale or sci-fi movie–or even something Photoshopped–we assure you: they’re real. And, best of all, you can visit most of them.