Sea of Stars, Maldives – This stunning sight is caused by bio luminescent plankton that emit light when stressed, giving the appearance of a starry night in the sea.
Niagara Falls, Canada – Possibly the best known waterfalls in the world. What an incredible sight!
The Verdon Gorge – The Verdon Gorge, in south-eastern France, is a river canyon that is often considered to be one of Europe’s most beautiful.
Fairy Pools in Isle of Skye, Scotland – Stroll to the rushing waters of Scotland’s famous fairy pools.
Champagne Pool, New Zealand – This geothermal pool is a hot spring that gets its boozy name from the bubbly nature of its waters.
Mount Roraima, South America – Mount Roraima is a mountain range that borders Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana. What’s unique about this mountain is its flat, tabletop surface, which in the midst of clouds looks like something really magical.
Haiku Stairs, Hawaii – Haiku Stairs is also called the Stairway to Heaven, and many say it is worth the 3,922 steps it takes to get to the top. The view is said to be quite heavenly.
Horseshoe Bend, USA – One of the most beautiful natural attractions to see in Arizona, known for its horseshoe-shaped river and the glass-like surface of the water.
Bigar Waterfall, Romania – One look at this waterfall and you’ll see why traveling to it is a must. The stream falls from a cliff onto the moss, which makes the water fall in the interesting patterns you see.
Blue Lagoon, Iceland – The water averages 98 to 102 degrees and is said to have curative benefits.