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The 22 Most Unbelievably Colorful Places On Earth!!

With fall in full swing — let’s remember how much color the nature offers us the rest of the year!

1. Valley of Flowers National Park, India

Along the elevated slopes of the Western Himalayas, you’ll find endless meadows of alpine flowers. This section of park is also home to many
rare animals, such as the Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, and blue sheep.

2. Five Flower Lake, China

Five Flower is one of 118 lakes in the Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve. This area in particular creates an especially radiant color pallette from
surrounding mineral deposits and incredibly diverse plant life.

3. Hitsujiyama Park, Japan

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4. The Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Home to over 1500 species of fish and 600 types of coral, the reef is a getaway for native Australians as well as travelers looking for the ultimate diving experience.

5. Yuanyang County, China

The terraced fields in China create an unpredictable array of layered colors, while also providing rice for millions across the country.

6. Lavender fields in France

These lavender fields are just as fragrant as they are colorful. I can only imagine standing between the endless rows…

7. Lake Hillier in Australia

The bubblegum pink color of Lake Hillier remains a mystery, but unlike other pink lakes around the world, the colors remains year round.
Still…unexplained.

8. Braunwald, Switzerland

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The dandelion fields with the backdrop of the Swiss Alps make for one spectacular view.

9. Red Sea Beach, China

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In one of the biggest wetlands in the world, the highly alkaline soil allows the bright red suaeda plants to flourish.

The flowers of the Netherlands are world renowned, with the largest garden sprawling with over 7 million flowers.

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11. Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, Wyoming

Located in Yellowstone National park, it’s the third largest hot spring in the world, and definitely the most colorful.

12. Cornwall, England

The poppy fields overlooking the Celtic Sea brighten the notoriously rainy UK.

13. Alberta, Canada

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Moraine Lake is fed by glacial waters and gets a pretty shade of blue from the rock flour that deposits from erosion.

15. Shark Bay, Australia

The bright red, iron-rich cliffs above the white sands and blue water make Shark Bay a must-see part of the infamous Australian coast.

16. Pamukkale, Turkey

The hot springs in the travertine terraces of Pamukkale are a major tourist attraction in Turkey and have been a calming escape for natives and
travelers for thousands of years.

17. Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan

The gardens have 20 dazzling species of the wisteria flower. Strolling through the tunnel is a surreal experience for visitors.

18. Hokkaido, Japan

The Rainbow Field in Japan is a beautiful rolling hill full of neatly planted rows of multicolored flowers. It looks like something out of a Disney movie…

 

19. Vermont in Autumn

The fall foliage in Vermont completely changes the Green Mountain State into layers upon layers of brightly colored forest.

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Known as The River of Five Colors, Caño Cristales is a marvel to look at, but due to high sediment levels is not a sustainable home for any species of fish.

In the spring, Namaqualand turns from an arid, barren landscape to a flowering paradise with many flowers not found anywhere else in the world.

22. Juneau, Alaska

The ice caves under the Mendenhall Glacier are a magical place that may not be around much longer. The 12-mile-long glacier has retreated 2 miles
due to climate change since 1958.

Any of these destinations would be a dream come true for a nature lover. I think I have some new entries for my bucket list…

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19 Most Charming Places On Earth.

Hidden all over the world are towns that you may think only exist in your dreams. They are villages full of quintessential charm, almost too perfect to be real. However, these dream towns, they do exist. Here are 19 towns that are so beautiful, you will scarcely believe that they aren’t movie sets.

I wish I could see each and every one before I exit this mortal coil. Each of these places are going on my bucket list.

22 Epic Places That You Didn’t Know Existed!!

The world is full of wonders… wonders we know about (the Grand Canyon) and those we might not (see below). But it’s important to note that this earth we all live on is an insanely beautiful place. In case you don’t have the time (or funds) to visit these spectacular places, we thought we’d do you a solid and show you them anyway.

Herewith…

The Sossusvlei pan’s Dune 45
Visit these Namibian dunes–often referred to as the highest in the world–
either early in the morning or at sunset when the heat is less intense.
sossusvlei dune 45


Sótano de las Golondrinas (Cave of Swallows), Mexico

Adventure seekers can BASE jump into this open-air cave, some 1,200 feet down.
cave of swallows


Tane Mahuta (lord of the forest), New Zealand

New Zealand’s largest living kauri tree can stand up to 167 feet tall.
tane mahuta


Great Australian Bight

Like the Cliffs of Dover, but not, these cliffs stretch roughly 720 miles along Australia’s southern coast.
great australian bight


Rub’ Al-Khali (Empty Quarter), Oman

The world’s largest area of continuous sand measures around 250,000 square miles and covers four countries.
rub alkhali


Ushuaia, Argentina

Commonly known as southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia is the jumping off point for Antarctic explorers.
ushuaia argentina


Oymyakon, Russia

The world’s coldest inhabited place is nicknamed “Pole of Cold.”
oymyakon russia


Gangkhar Puensum Mountain, Bhutan

The highest point in Bhutan, this mountain is often referred to as the world’s highest unclimbed mountain.
gangkhar puensum mountain bhutan


Socotra, Yemen

An archipelago of islands 220 miles off Yemen, the island is among the most biodiverse on the planet.
There are nine species of the dragon’s blood tree (seen here) on the island.
socotra yemen


Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

Measuring in at roughly 1.8 miles long, this tunnel sits deep in the forests of Ukraine.
tunnel of love ukraine


Red Beach, Panjin, China

This red-hue on this “beach” is actually created by the seaweed Sueda, which starts growing in spring,
stays green in summer and then turns this maroon-y color come fall. The beach is located within the
biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world.
tunnel of love ukraine


Bamboo Forest, Japan

In Kyoto’s Arashiyama district sits this unique forest of super tall bamboo in Sagano.
bamboo forest japan


This street
in Bonn, Germany

For roughly 2-3 weeks a year, the cherry blossoms bloom in Bonn, creating a rosy canopy on this street.

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Wisteria Tunnel at Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan

Ok, so it’s manmade, and you can only really see it in April and May, but how cool is this?
kawachi fuji gardens


Door To Hell, Turkmenistan

There are, as it is, several gateways to hell but this one features
an underground gas fire that has been burning for 30+ years.
door to hell turkmenistan


Catedral de Marmol (the Marble Cathedral), Lago General Carrera, Patagonia, Chile

Erosion has created beautiful caverns in the marble of these mineral formations.
You just need to take a small boat to see it in person.
catedral de marmol


Son Doong Cave

The world’s biggest cave, set in Vietnam, could fit a 40-story skyscraper within it.
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Lake Retba, Senegal

The pink-hued lake gets its awesome color thanks to a bacteria which is drawn to the lake’s natural saltiness.
The bacteria produces a red color to absorb the sunlight, thus giving the lake its hue.
It’s particularly colorful in dry season (November through June).
retba lake senegal


Rainbow Mountains, China

Part of the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, these UNESCO World Heritage-designated
mountains get their rainbow name as a
result of red sandstone and mineral deposits being pressed together for more
than 24 million years
.
rainbow mountains


Cappadocia, Turkey

Conical formations caused by volcanic eruptions millions of years ago dot this stunning landscape.
Now tourists stay in the many cave hotels that dot the area.
cappadocia turkey


Antelope Canyon, Arizona

Ok, so this place is well-documented (and well-visited), but it’s super cool to look at.
antelope canyon


Mount Roraima, South America

This crazy eerie formation creates a natural border between Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil. It’s surrounded by 1,300 foot cliffs.
mount roraima south america

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