Ok, so there are some UNBELIEVABLE places that we think you should know about. I mean, you can’t get there without knowing that they exist right? This is the list we came up with, enjoy.
1. Austria’s Green Lake in the Hochschwab Mountains
Underwater park in Austria with park benches, trails, a bridge and underwater trees! The clean and clear water comes from the snowmelt from the Karst mountain. During spring when the temperature rises and the snow melts, the basin of land below the mountains fills with water and the lake reaches its maximum depth of around 12 m from mid-May to June and is claimed to look the most beautiful at this time.
2. Blue Grotto, Capri
This natural cavern is 25 meters wide and 60 meters long, with a tiny entrance less than a meter high. To enter, visitors lay back in wooden rowboats and glide through the low cave mouth. Once inside, the boats bob in the dark, suspended on the surface of crystal blue illuminated water.
3. Catacombs of Paris
“The World’s Largest Grave” where you can find over 6 million ossuaries underground.
4. Reed Flute Cave, China
This cave is estimated to be 180 million years old. Getting its name from the type of reed growing outside which interestingly enough can be made into melodious flutes. Reed Flute Cave is filled with a large number of stalactites, stalagmites and rock formations in weird and wonderful shapes. Inside you can find more than 70 inscriptions written in ink, which can be dated back as far as 792 AD in the Tang Dynasty.
5. Pink Sand Beach, Bahamas
Located in the Bahamas, this 3 mile stretch of beautiful beach is a great spot to relax – no doubt. The red shells of certain marine animals—mix with the island’s white sand, thus creating the soft rosy hue.
6. Jelly Fish Lake, Palau
Jellyfish Lake is a marine lake located on Eil Malk island in Palau. Jellyfish Lake is one of 70 saltwater lakes on this South Pacific archipelago that were once connected to the ocean, but are now cut off. Swimming here is completely safe 🙂
7. Underwater City in Shicheng, China
Lion City, a forgotten Chinese city, after it was flooded when the government built a dam that turned the valley into a lake. The ancient city of Shi Cheng is between 85 and 131 feet underwater. The entire town is intact, including wooden beams and stairs.
8. Australia’s Crocosaurus Cove Park
Crocosaurus Cove is home to the famous, Cage of Death. The only cage in the world that brings you face to face with some of the largest Saltwater Crocodiles in captivity. This is a lifetime opportunity to share the same environment of one of the world’s deadliest predators.
9. The City Of Pompeii
Come see the catastrophic event that took place in 79 C.E. when Pompeii was buried in meters of ash and pumice after the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. the site features excavated ruins that visitors can freely explore.
10. Tunnel Of Love, Ukraine
Located deep in the forests of the Ukraine is this leafy dream land. The tunnel provides passage for a private train that provides wood to a local factory. Measuring 1.8 miles long, the unusual rail route in Eastern Europe is also a popular spot for lovers’ promises.