7 Unrealistic Places You Wont Believe Exist on Earth

7 Unrealistic Places You Won’t Believe Exist on Earth

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The world is full of beautiful places that are simply breathtaking where new unusual places and beautiful nature are discovered every day.  If you love to travel and have a passion to discover the amazing gifts of nature then you must know about the most beautiful places in the world which you can hardly believe actually exist!

Have a look at these 7 Unrealistic Places You Won’t Believe Exist on Earth.

1. Bioluminescent Beach, Maldives

Bioluminescent beach Maldives
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Do you know there’s a beach in Mudhdhoo Island (also known as Vaadhoo Island) of the Maldives that glows at night? Yes, you read that right! When you see the sea having a blue glow at night, it is called the bioluminescent wherein light is emitted or created by a living organism. The place seems to be straight out of dreamland. With its translucent waters, Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives is an absolute paradise and travelers here wait for the sun to go down just to catch a glimpse of the incredible phenomenon. Apart from the Maldives, the other countries that have reported sightings of bioluminescent plankton are the US,  Australia, Vietnam, Thailand, Puerto Rico, and Jamaica. It’s one such experience that must be there on every offbeat traveler’s bucket list so you can experience the blue lights at the Vaadhoo Beach in the Maldives, a natural occurrence magical beyond words.

Check out Top 7 Best Places To Visit In Maldives.

2. Romantic Road, Japan

Romantic Road, Japan

Japan’s version of Germany’s “Romantic Road”  leads over about 350 kilometers from Ueda City in Nagano Prefecture through the mountains of Gunma Prefecture to Utsunomiya City in Tochigi Prefecture where various interesting towns, hot spring resorts, and lots of natural scenery can be enjoyed along the Romantic Road, including the mountain resort of Karuizawa, active volcanoes, the hot spring mecca of Kusatsu and the world heritage sites of Nikko. But due to a lack of convenient public transportation along many of its sections, the Romantic Road has remained off the beaten path for foreign tourists. The theme road was established in April 1982 by the mayors of the towns where the idea for the road came from the famous Japanese landscape painter Kaii Higashiyama, with Germany’s “Romantic Road” serving as a model. So, I am sure that you will not like to miss this one of the real wonders of Japan, with its stunning shrines, temples, and amazing heritage.

Check out 25 Fun Facts About Japan.

3. Tulip fields, Netherlands

Flower fields, Netherlands

When you think of the Netherlands, it is easy to picture never-ending fields of brightly colored flowers. The striking colors of the flowering tulip bulbs are a typical sight in the Netherlands during the spring. The most famous flower field area in the Netherlands is located around Keukenhof, and in the general area of Lisse, there are countless flower fields full of tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths. The bright red, pink, and yellow colors are overwhelmingly beautiful and are a must-see, or should we say, a must experience! The best time to see the flower fields of the Netherlands is early April where these fields are just as spectacular when they are seen in real life.

Check out Top 7 Best Places To Visit In Amsterdam.

4. Haiku Stairs, Hawaii

Haiku Stairs

The Haiku Stairs, also known as the Stairway to Heaven or Haiku Ladder, is a steep hiking trail on the island of Oʻahu, Hawaii where a total of 3,922 steps span along with Oahu’s Ko’olau mountain range. It’s a steel staircase made up of 3,922 steps that ascends a ridge up from the Valley of Haiku near Kaneohe. The steps were built so the military could access a radio station antennae 2000ft up on the mountain during World War II.  The Haiku Stairs is possibly the greatest attraction on the entire island.

5. Deception Pass Bridge, US

Satellite View of Deception Pass Bridge, US
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Deception Pass Bridge is the common name for two, two-lane bridges on Washington State Route 20 connecting Whidbey Island to Fidalgo Island in the U.S. state of Washington. It was a Washington State Highways project and included project elements built by young workers from the Civilian Conservation Corps.  If the drive over this foggy strait in the Puget Sound isn’t particularly scary to you, try walking over the narrow pedestrian lane at the edge of the bridge. That’s where you’ll find especially hair-raising views of the rushing water directly below. Over 1,500 tons of steel were used to construct the two spans. Roughly 15,000 cars cross the bridge each day. Do visit this steel bridge which is one of the scenic wonders of the Pacific Northwest and is one of the most photographed landmarks in Puget Sound, listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

6. Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
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The Tunnel of Love is a section of industrial railway located near Klevan, Ukraine, that links it with Orzhiv. It is a railway surrounded by green arches and is three to five kilometers in length which are known for being a favorite place for couples to take walks. It is said that if you and your beloved come to the Tunnel of Love and sincerely make a wish, it will come true. This might be a new romantic place to discover. It is fully green in the middle of May till the end of August and yellow & green at the beginning of September till the middle of October. Do not miss to experience this Fairytale Train Track at least once in your lifetime.

7. Elephant Foot Glacier, Greenland

Elephant Foot Glacier, Greenland

Romer Lake is famous for its impressive Elephant Foot Glacier, a wide piedmont glacier with a strikingly-shaped 5.4 km (3 mi) wide terminal lobe flowing into the lake from the SE in its central part where certain landscape features on Mars that are believed to also be glaciers have terminal moraine shape that allegedly resembles the Elephant Foot Glacier. The Elephant Foot Glacier is located on the Kronprins Christian Land peninsula. It is not connected to Greenland’s main ice sheet. Elephant Foot Glacier is just one of the beautiful scenes contained within an image swath acquired from across the Arctic by Landsat 8.

 

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