Great and blue it certainly is. This abyss-like 153,000-year-old diver's paradise is the best when you get to the bottom of it, where you can peep some of the world's most unique species of fish, like the Midnight Parrotfish.
6圣艾利亚斯山脉公园 - 阿拉斯加 SAINT ELIAS MOUNTAIN PARK, ALASKA
A snowball-throw from the Yukon border, we wish Canadians could take credit for these icefields. Ditch that run-of-the-mill Caribbean cruise and opt for a hiking trip at this UNESCO World Heritage site instead.
7乌尤尼盐沼 - 玻利维亚🇧🇴 SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA
What do you get when several prehistoric lakes go through a sequential transformation? The vast salt-flat of Salar De Uyuni, of course. Completely devoid of wildlife, the stillness of this Bolivian gem just contributes to its allure.
The subject of heaps of poetry and love songs, all the candles and disco balls in the world would pale in comparison to winter's gift of the aurora borealis, a natural phenomenon that occurs when solar winds and the Earth's magnetic fields interact.
所有诗歌和爱情的主题 - 北极光。
10怀拖莫萤火虫洞 - 新西兰🇳🇿 WAITOMO GLOWWORM CAVES, NEW ZEALAND
Way cooler than anything Disney World could ever recreate, tiny bioluminescent glowworms hang from the cave's ceiling as visitors gaze in awe from the comfort of a raft below.
You’ve read about phytoplankton (microalgae) in textbooks, but have you seen them work their magic? They cast an eerie glowing blue light on the water, useful in the event that you forget your flashlight.
13香槟池 - 新西兰🇳🇿 CHAMPAGNE POOL, NEW ZEALAND
Yes, this is real life. No, you're not dreaming. Waiotapu, New Zealand's famous hot spring got its name from its high levels of carbon dioxide, the prime 'ingredient' in bubbly.
15恩戈罗恩戈罗保护区 - 坦桑尼亚🇹🇿 NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA, TANZANIA
Recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of Africa, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a microcosm of all things beautiful in the world: The largest inert and unfilled volcano has been home to 25,000 animals for the last three million years.
Rumor has it that a goddess dropped a mirror given to her by her lover into this lake, leaving it to shatter into 108 pieces. The stunning 108 lakes vary in colour depending on depth and particular natural contents on its floor.
It's a dinosaur egg, it's a giant marble, it's a' 50-million-year-old mass of exumed condensed sediment formed beneath the ground? While you can't take them home in your pocket like you can a seashell, these massive, two foot-high spherical boulders that dot New Zealand's shore are certainly an unusual way to experience the beach.
18白沙国家历史遗迹 - 美国新墨西哥州🇺🇸 WHITE SANDS NATIONAL MONUMENT, NEW MEXICO
It's like ogling at the world's most Snow White-majestic ski hill, without the need for a parka.
19死海 - 以色列🇮🇱 THE DEAD SEA, ISRAEL
Where else in the world can you recreate the famous picture of the guy reading a newspaper while staying afloat in the water? At 427 metres below sea level, it's the lowest point on earth. Also worth the trip: slathering nutrient-rich Dead Sea mud until you look like a chocolate bar on legs.
Thanks to a rare form of erosion, Tasmania is the new Tetris, with its Tasman Peninsula coastline comprised of tessellated bricks.
21西奈山 - 埃及🇪🇬 MOUNT SINAI
Moderately sized for a mountain, but high in stature from a cultural standpoint, Christianity, Islam and Judaism all agree that this is where Moses received the Ten Commandments, the original listicle.
22大堡礁 - 澳大利亚🇦🇺 GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA
Get up close and personal to the world's largest coral reef before it's too late - its coral continues to disintegrate rapidly. It boasts thousands of islands swimming with exotic fish and intricate coral. If you ever get a chance to visit space, let us know in the comments how it looks from there.
Imagine the scent of seven million tulips filling your nostrils. If you've settled for a bouquet on Valentine's Day in the past, have your partner step it up a notch by taking you to this park during April and May, its peak floral season.
While man-made to protect the Chinese Empire, the hills, lakes and grasslands surrounding this 8,852 kilometer-long and 2,000-year-old attraction make this a trek that comes with plenty of scenic perks.