The world is filled with mysteries. Do you agree that? Yes, I guess there is nothing to disagree. We all are aware of the surreal places of the universe which exist in this very real world, but every time these places give us some otherworldly feelings. This article bundles up 7 such places from every corner of the world.
1. Zhangye Danxia Landform, China
This outstanding lunar site is situated at the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in Gansu Province of China. The out-of-the-world looking park has a huge collection of sloping hills, rocky mountain peaks and a great assembly of colors. The unusual coloration of the rocks is the result of red sandstone and mineral deposits for more than 24 million years. No doubt this place will give you the otherworldly feeling.
2. Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
This green and blossoming tunnel located in Ukraine is near the town of Klevan. Actually, it is a three-kilometer section of a private railway that is used for the nearby fiberboard factory. One train runs daily through the unearthly tunnel to supply wood to the factory. Except that the beautiful way through trees is a path for a different journey, the eternal journey of love. It is a favorite place for young love-birds to stroll with their beloved.
3. Whitehaven Beach, Australia
The Whitehaven Beach is a virgin beach of Australia, seven kilometers long like a baby swinging in its mother’s lap by rippling turquoise and aquamarine waves. The sand of this contains 89 per cent silica and is believed to have been carried to the beach by the sea currents for over millions of years. Truly unearthly.
4. Keukenhof Gardens, Holland
Keukenhof is the biggest flower garden of the world and is a Historic Park. The park plants more than seven million flower bulbs every year. The ideal time to visit this place is spring. It is that time of the year when you can see the outstanding collection of tulips take control of the park with their pink, orange, purple, yellow and orange colors.
5. Blue Cave, Croatia
This unearthly blue cave or grotto is on the distant limestone island of Bisevo in Croatia. The best time to visit these surreal caves is between 11 am and noon, because it is the time when the sun rays pass through an underwater opening to create a spectacular blue light. A boat ride inside the cave is available, but for an out of the world experience you should take an underwater swim to see the glittering rocks in silver and pink.
6. Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar
Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park of Madagascar is famous for its maze of limestone peaks, termed as tsingy. The peaks were formed due to the movement of wind and water for over centuries.
7. Lencois Maranhenses National Park, Brazil
Lencois Maranhenses National Park in Brazil is an ecosystem molded in sand ridges, commonly known as white sheets (lencois) and freshwater lakes of changing colors.