6 unusual places you must see before you die
With so many beautiful spots around the world, it’s hard to see everything before we leave this world as we know it. In order to narrow down your bucketlist, we have listed these 6 unusual places in the world, so you can die peacefully. (ok, that’s a little dramatic, but you get the idea!)
Forget about the Pyramids, Chinese wall or the Colosseum. These are some of the world’s trangest must sees.
Lake Bumbunga, Australia
This lake is used to extract salt from and turns pink during some seasons. It’s located in an area that is lesser known in Australia so you could say that this Instagramable pink lake deserve a spot on our list!
Lake Bumbunga Source
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Reflections, crystal-white salt, never ending views, ice scraped mountains, wildlife, and this all above 4000 km height. Combine breath taking colourful lagoons with steamy volcanoes, geysers and warm hot-springs. This popular destination is without doubt an unforgettable and magical journey that you will never forget! Experience the world’s largest salt flats: Salar de Uyuni.
Chocolate Hills, Philippines
Now, don’t get your hopes up, you’re not going to find a valley full of chocolate like in some kind of dream. These hills located on the island of Bohol, are covered in green grass that turns brown (like chocolate) during the dry season, hence the name. Legend says that the hills are the dried up tears of a giant… but I leave the preferred story up to you. When I was there, I was impressed by the amount of hills (there are at least 1,260 hills) and their beautiful colours.
Spotted Lake (Osoyoos), Canada
This unusual lake, located in the eastern similkameen valley of British Columbia, Canada, is a true sight. It was (or is) believed to be sacred due to the many miniral found in the water. The different pools are only seen during summertime, when most of the lake dries up. Every spot has a different shade of color. Have a look at the video!
Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
It looks like something out of a fairytale, but it’s real! This train rails was in use for many years but because the trees grew so free and beautiful, they decided to close it and let nature do its thing. It’s located in Ukraine and certainly worth visiting during summertime when all the leaves are green.
So which one is your favourite?
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