There is absolutely no world that is as complete as the earth, no wonder this is the only planet that supports life. The earth is so rich in virtually everything that our mind can conceive. It is estimate that Earth is home to about 300,000 plant species and over ten million different animals, plus the tons of unending natural treasures and amazing natural phenomenon, altogether make the earth a wonderful place. With the help of studies, quite a lot is known about our sphere. But according to research, it will take millions of years to fully explore all that is there to know about our world.
With all being said, are you an explorer or a tourist at heart who likes to seek out the unknown? Or perhaps would like to explore some hidden places where much is not known about them yet? Read on to discover some really amazing tourist attractions that both nature and man has made available. You could possibly choose any for your next adventure.
The blue lake at Jiuzhaigou National Park (China)
Jiuzhaigou is a nature reserve and national park located in the north of Sichuan Province in southwestern China. It is best-known for its dozens of blue, green and turquoise-colored lakes. It is one of China’s most visited places and is another incredible vacation spot to add to your travel bucket list.
Haiku Stairs in Oahu, Hawaii
It was constructed in 1942 by the US navy as a top secret facility that was to be used to transmit radio signals to Navy ships operating in the Pacific. Today the site has become a tourist attraction to tons of people from around the world. It is popularly known as “the staircase to heaven” with a total of 3,922 steps altogether. Let’s go climbing if you have the guts!
Ikogosi Warm and Cold Springs
This is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nigeria because of its incredible natural wonder. Imagine a warm spring flowing side by side with a cold spring yet they both maintained their thermal properties. Located in Ekiti West Local Government of Ekiti State of Nigeria, is this amazing wonder – it’s a sure place to consider for your next quest.
Enchanting River in Surigao del Sur, Philippines
Lurking away in the Philippine jungle is the Enchanting River. What makes this river incredible is that it seems to pop out of nowhere thus, its name “Enchanting River”, yet it sends its miraculously clear, blue water out to the Pacific Ocean. The river has awed a lot of people including locals and it is fast becoming a very popular food for tourists.
Apostle Islands in Wisconsin, USA
Stunning Lake Superior shorelines as well as the array of natural animal habitats and old-growth remnants forests make Apostle Islands one of the most beautiful outdoor spaces to explore in the United States. This archipelago is quite a hidden gem of Wisconsin.
Salar de Uyuni (Salar de Tunupa) in Bolivia
This is not actually a glass or ice as you may probably be thinking, it is a salt flat. Salt flats are usually flat expanses of ground covered with salt and other minerals, shining white under the sun. Salar de Uyuni is actually the largest salt flats in South America as well as the world. The picturesque nature of this place actually made it a stunning site attraction. It’s beautiful right? Why not pay her a visit!