Undoubtedly, the world is full of both beautiful and unusual places. Some of the places are so extraordinary and strange that it is hard to believe they exist on Earth. For example, glow-in-the-dark beaches, technicolor mountains, and many more have always fascinated the visitors for a long time. We have a list of few more unusual places and surreal destinations which are good to go for your travel list.
9 Most Unusual Places Around The World You Didn’t Exist
Montreal Botanical Garden, Canada
This is one of the world’s greatest botanical gardens spread over 75 hectares. Visitors often visit this garden to view the exhibition greenhouse and thirsty thematic garden. If you are a nature lover, surely you will enjoy hanging around this garden.
Socotra Island, Yemen
Socotra Island is separated from mainland Africa six million years ago. The island gives a spectacular view of a sci-fi film set due to its unique and incredible biodiversity. You won’t found these unique trees anywhere else around the world. For example, the twisted dragon’s blood trees, bulbous bottle trees, etc.
The rainbow mountains or Aladaghlar of Mahneshan is one of the most beautiful creations of nature. Otherworldly colors of the mountain mimic a rainbow over the top of the mountain. Moreover, you can see the same view in China by Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park.
Spotted Lake, Canada
This lake is one of those most unusual places and is favorite place of Okanagan (Syilx) people. During summer, the lake water evaporates and creates a small mineral pool of different colors and sizes. This unique lake is visible from Highway 3 that goes off the northwest of Osoyoos. However, visitors cannot trespass on this tribal land.
Lake Hillier, Western Australia
Lake Hillier was discovered in 1802 in Western Australia’s Recherche Archipelago. This deep pink colored lake astonished scientists for various reasons. They found high salinity in combination with salt-loving algae is the reason behind its pinkiness. These pink bacteria’s are “Halobacteria” and algae species as “Dunaliella salina”
Unfortunately, you have to take a scenic flight from Esperance airport to view this spectacular pink lake.
The Hand in the Desert, Chile
This weird hand rising out of the sand is an artwork of Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrazabal, present in the middle of Chile’s Atacama Desert. Irarrazabal is best known for his incredible and weird works depicting human suffering, and unnerving sculptures that capture the feelings of loneliness. It ‘s gloomy location intensified this artwork.
Red Beach, China
Sueda, a seaweed, covers this beach leaving a beautiful tint of red on the surface. Come to the Panjin city of China to get this surreal view. Beside being one of the most unusual places in China, these tidal wetlands are vital for migrating birds and are an exception to nature. A small section is open for public where visitors can explore the beauty of the beach standing near the wooden walkway.
Fly Geyser, USA
Fly Geyser is present on the edge of Black Rock Desert, Nevada. In 1964, an energy company drilled down inside the geothermal water from where the fountain erupt up to 5 ft. The brilliant hue of green and red is due to thermophilic algae.
The Bermuda Triangle, North Atlantic Ocean
Bermuda Triangle is still a mystery for the world and famous for the unusual myths and activities that people talk about. It’s an infamous 5,00,000 sq miles area with a Devil’s Triangle in between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda.
You will hear lots of conspiracy theories and mysterious talks about the Bermuda Triangle, although US Coastguard hides the existence of it. For example, unusual magnetic reading, and planes, ships, and people disappearing without any mark, etc.