Fairy tales are not the only place where you can meet up with magical and unbelievably beautiful nature, there are also in real life to be found.Sometimes you have to see them live with your own eyes to appreciate their beauty.
With this article we’ll try to get you as close as we can to the stunning architectural feats, a tropical paradise, and a small Scandinavian town. Some of these places may even be familiar to most of you, but after finishing here you’ll have your bucket list filled up for several years.To be honest, there are thousands of places that could have made this list but hopefully, this list provides some justice to those that were left off.
This is beautiful avenue of beech trees which was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century. Meant to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their Georgian mansion, Gracehill House, two centuries later, the trees remain a magnificent sight and have become one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland.
Owns the medal of the rainiest place on earth, allowing for a tropical paradise. Hike, swim, bike, and dive.The Kalalau Trail is one of the toughest, albeit most worthwhile hikes in the Aloha State. Be prepared to work hard and sweat up a storm for the entire 22-mile roundtrip.To explore Kauai’s rich natural history, pay a visit to Makauwahi Cave, a large sinkhole that is teeming with fossils and artifacts.
There is other like this the small Swiss town of Lauterbrunnen. The village setting is where the magic lies. Lauterbrunnen is positioned along a crystal river in the center of a U-shaped valley with the mighty Alps raising dramatically on all sides. Nearby one of 77 waterfalls pours, seemingly directly on the main drag which offers you an incredible sight.
Longsheng Longji Rice Terraces
Longsheng is named after Longji, which translates to dragon’s backbone. The terrace resembles dragon scales as rice fields snake through the mountains.The Rice Terraces in Longji village show a picture of great momentum and imposing beauty, being reputed as having no match in the world.
Tasman National Park
This national park is famous for its soaring sea cliffs and monumental rock formations.The park is home to a wide range of land and marine animals, including the brushtail possum, Australian fur seals, penguins, dolphins and migrating whales. It’s also home to the endangered swift parrot and many forest-dwelling birds. Endangered wedge-tailed eagles and sea eagles can also be seen overhead.So if you are lover of some of the above mentioned animal or nature you should definitely visit Tasman national park.’
This magical place is only accessible by boat on a small Thai peninsula . Spend your days rock climbing the limestone cliffs, exploring vast cave systems, or swimming to nearby islands. Railay is not a party destination. You’ll find way more couples and families here looking for a beautiful place to relax and unwind than young backpackers looking to party all night.
The largest fort complex in India, and a fascinating place to explore. It rises from the plains like a huge rock island, nearly 6km long and surrounded on all sides by 150m-plus cliffs.Here mostly you can find temples and palaces for visiting and exploring.
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China
Rising from the subtropical and temperate forests of northwest Húnán, Zhāngjiājiè has a concentration of quartzite-sandstone formations found nowhere else in the world.Thousands of these striking monoliths are eroded into the earth like a towering stone forest. Their powerful beauty is contrasted by its remote inaccessibility.The unique geological formations that have formed over the aeons are almost unparalleled in their magnificence. It is little wonder that tourist development now sees the area attract millions of visitors every year.For thousands of years, this was a remote land known mainly to three minority peoples: Tujia, Miao and Bai. Today more than 20 million visitors come here every year.
Vatnajokull Glacier Cave, Iceland
This Ice caving and glacier hiking adventure tour in Falljokull glacier is a fantastic choice for any adventure enthusiast. Ice caves are naturally formed and are for that reason ever changing, making them even more charming and unique.No matter how many words i put in here this beauty can not be described with words it can only be experienced.
Mont Saint-Michel, France
Mont Saint-Michel originally called Mont Tombe is the third most visited site in France.This remarkable medieval walled city, crowned by its great gothic abbey, is built on a small granite outcrop standing all by itself in the flats of the estuary of the river CouesnonLe Mont Saint Michel is not just a church on a rock; it is a whole medieval city, one of the few places in France to have preserved intact its medieval walls and defences.