We’re truly not kidding you – these travel places actually exist and aren’t a figment of your imagination. Be ready to have your mind blown as you go through these amazing destinations photos. Have a roller-coaster ride through the most beautiful places in the world.

Check out the most amazing places you could ever imagine

1. Sea of Stars, Maldives

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This stunning sight of Maldives sea is caused by bioluminescent phytoplankton that releases light when stressed, displays the appearance of a light starry night in the corner of the sea.

Be ready to be surprised by the dreamlike radiating blue waters – due to a natural chemical reaction, known as bioluminescence where microorganisms in the water are disturbed by oxygen. The result is bright and shiny seawater, which is known as the sea of stars. As the waves crash on the beach, the water illuminates in the dark and acts like a mirror that reflects the shimmering stars above.

Make your way to the Wonderful Beach Oasis or saunter along the beaches and enjoy the diversity of the pristine sands, dark ocean and glowing waters in between. An overwhelming sight to look at.

This is the rare event that you can experience in your lifetime – make it multiple folds special with W. Maldives’s personal dining experience to enhance the magic.

2. Cappadocia, Turkey

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Cappadocia, Turkish area where entire cities have been sculptured into rock, it is very unbelievable on its own. However, when hot air balloons season the blue-hued sky, its beauty level jumps to infinity.

3. Bryce Canyon: Bryce, Utah

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The layered red and orange cliff pillars of Bryce Canyon, called hoodoos, put together to make it a must-go destination for adventure seekers and shutterbugs alike.

4. Vatnajökull, Iceland

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Iceland holds the largest glacier, also one of the most beautiful sites in the country. The landscape below the glacier is like the whole world, which is full of ice caves, valleys, and volcanoes. It credits to be one of the amazing places in the world. 

5. Namib Desert, Namibia

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Namibia desert is an amalgamation of Red sand dunes and skeletal trees. The desert is a location of the shooting of the film, Mad Max: Fury Road.

6. Wulingyuan Scenic Area, Zhangjiajie, China

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An expanse of a 100-meter square has thousands of sandstone pillars which are versions of the nature of skyscrapers – some are even taller than the Empire State Building. It’s one of the unbelievable places in the world. 

7. Bromo Volcano, East Java, Indonesia

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Mount Bromo is probably the most famous volcano in East Java’s Bromo Tengger  Semeru National Park, thanks to its reach and extraordinary sunrise scenes. It’s one of the weird yet fascinating places that you’ll see. 

8. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

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In the remote Southwest of Bolivia, a flat spread of 3,800 square miles of salt spreads out. Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat, which is a boundless sheet of hexagonal tiles (produced by the crystalline nature of salt), which is scattered with the pyramid of salt. It’s one of the most breathtakingly beautiful places on the planet, Earth. 

Regardless of desert dryness, frosty night temperatures, and ferocious desert sun, this scenario is not lacking life. Pink flamingos, ancient cacti, and rare Hummingbirds find their habitats in Salar de Uyuni.

During the wet season, the salt desert is transformed into an enormous salt lake, albeit one that is only six to twenty inches deep, traversable by both boat and truck. For the time being, the shallow salt lake perfectly mirrors the sky, creating bizarre illusions of infinity. Amidst this seemingly infinite salty lake is a hotel built entirely out of—naturally—salt.

Salar De Uyuni is a beautiful pyramid made with salt bricks gripped together with salt mortar, the hotel and everything inside it are made of salt, including chairs and tables. While there is no electricity and no electricity on the way to the facilities in Hotel Playa Blanca, and its water must be merchandised in, it offers even more important and certainly rare properties: utter silence, an enveloping austere beauty, and a jaw-dropping view of the night sky.

Nearby Laguna Colorado and Laguna Verde are worth traveling destinations. 

9. Tunnel of Love, Ukraine

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Walking alongside the Tunnel of Love is absolutely nothing less than a fairy tale and apparently is quite romantic also! The lovely tunnel is very popular among lovers.

Love tunnel has included a portion of the industrial railway route, which is found near Klevan town in the north-west of Ukraine in Europe, railway makes a passageway through beautiful vegetation, especially the tree arches.

The length of the tunnel is argued, although most noted between 3 to 5 kilometers (1.9 to 3.1 miles) of the total 6.4 kilometers (4 miles) of a track. The train track was originally used in the cold war for transportation of military equipment to a nearby secret military base, and the trees were implanted next to the track to provide extensive coverage so the operation would remain secret.

Per day three or more trains may have to go through the tunnel of love, taking the plywood load from the nearby factory, although some days none of the trains pass by.

The stunning tunnel was not so popular until it turned everyone’s head when it surfaced the internet in 2011, as a result, gained recognition through social media. And since then it has been a well-famed tourist attraction from all over the world and significantly hiked the visitors during the past few years.

10. Deadvlei, Namibia

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Deadvlei, the “dead marsh” finds its place amongst the largest sand dunes in the world, a forest froze within the time being.

In the Namib-Naukluft National Park, towers red dunes in the central Namib desert in the area known as Sossusvlei. This is a weird and exotic scenario.

Sossusvlei is a wide, flat, salt-wrapped stretch, accompanied by a dense and thick layer of clay in the Earth. When the place is dry, it is hard and barren, and when soggy, because it gets sticky and plastic in every 5-10 years when fed by Tsauchab River.

The area is the last destination of the river. Even in the wettest years, the water gets soaked in salt/clay pan, giving the nickname of the area as:  “place of no return.” On the Whole, the dazzling blue sky, red dunes, and white pans make a spectacular view.

Some flora species like a cluster of Nara melon and Salsola shrubs gathers life in the morning sprays.

The top-notch view over the huge red dunes of the Namib desert is the exquisite sunrise or the sunset, where skies find the clearest of glimpse on the planet.

11. Laguna Salada De Torrevieja

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Spain’s Pink-Water Lake is known as the Las Salinas de Torrevieja, finds its spot as one of Valencia’s most prominent natural parks, which is situated near another water reserve known as Laguna de la Mata.

Las Salinas de Torrevieja is spread and is separated from Laguna de la Mata by an anticline (stratified raised up cliff formation) called Chaparral. However, both are linked to the ocean via a canal called Acequión.

In the blooming season, rare saladillas (lavender), groundsel and showy shaped orchids (Collina) blossom at its best at Las Salinas. Though, towards the southern region of a lake, it is possible to find vegetation in the Mediterranean such as pine trees and even eucalyptus.

Archaea (a micro-organism) and Dunaliella (micro- seaweeds) are the shining stars of this lake.

The icing on the cake is the appearance of the flamingos. 2,000 flamingos gather to make the lake their home during the breeding season. The park also shelters necked grebes, stilts, harriers, terns, and other migratory aquatic birds.

Las Salinas de Torrevieja full of serene and calm waters can help prevent the skin and lung diseases in addition to improving your health condition.

Native people also come here for secret free spa, where they apply the back mud, full of beneficial and great properties to help improve your skin. To provide a deep exfoliation to your body, apply White Sand and the black mud on your face to moisturize the skin and leave it for at least 30 minutes to get the complete effect.

13. Dragon trees, Yemen

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The Dragon tree is also known as the dragon blood tree. An endangered Socotra dragon tree is Dracaena cinnabari and found in the regions of Socotra archipelagos in Yemen in the Indian Ocean. Due to the red sap that the trees produce, the trees have been given this name.

The largest island of Yemen is also called Socotra and encompasses about 95% of the landmass of the island.

Due to the aloofness, one-third of its plant is not found anywhere else in the world. It has been described as “the most alien-looking place on earth”.

14. White sand dunes, Yemen

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You may have seen orange dunes and yellow dunes. But have you ever seen White dunes? Of course not and thinking about white dunes is really can an imagination. But it is available on the land of Yemen. On Socotra island you can find white dunes, they are so white that they look like a talcum powder from long distance.

The sand is white and feels like a powder, it is a real pleasure to walk on it. There are some huts near the village but there is no infrastructure besides this.

15. The Grand Canal, Venice

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Literally, Venice is one of a kind city all over the world. Their Canals are amazing and you can feel it only by visiting Venice.

Venice’s Grand Canal in Italy is the main waterway channel of the city, which follows a natural channel and extends from San Marco Basilica to Santa Chiara Church and divides the city into two parts., structures one of the major water-traffic passage in the city.

A little bit 2 miles (3 km) long and 100 to 225 feet (30 and 70 meters wide), the average depth of the Grand Canal is 17 feet (5 meters) and connects at different points with a puzzle of small canals. The bulk of transportation takes place in these waterways because automobiles have been banned in the whole city.