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I always get this questions from you asking for unconventional traveling recommendation

so this week I decided to go with Unreal Looking Places Around The World!

these are some of the most amazing places around the world that are simply hard to believe they are real because they’re not so popular or talked about! let’s change that!

so, if your list of go to places for this year has run up short check out the following destinations that will blow your mind!

especially to those of you that have a thing for beauty or an interest in photography, I think you’ll find them memorable!

 

Mt. Roraima

Mount Roraima (South America)

Mount Roraima (South America)

with a scenery looking like it was pulled out of the movie Avatar or Up, Mount Roraima has a certain magnetism that just makes you wanna go there!

 

 

Wisteria Flower Tunnel

Wisteria Flower Tunnel (Japan)

Wisteria Flower Tunnel (Japan)

just look at those colors & imagine walking hand in hand with your loved one! make sure you go when it is in full bloom or you might miss it out!

 

 

Tulip Fields

Tulip Fields (Netherlands)

Tulip Fields (Netherlands)

as soon as Spring starts to kick in, I’m personally flying to the Netherlands & the tulip fields are a must while visiting!

 

 

Lake Retba

Lake Retba (Sengal)

Lake Retba (Sengal)

“Unreal” – that’s what every person I showed this picture to said. the pink color is causedby Dunaliella salina algae so one may say it’s the perfect Barbie destination.

 

 

Zhangye Danxia Landform

Zhangye Danxia Landform (China)

Zhangye Danxia Landform (China)

the yellow color spreads for acres just waiting for you to take one of the most inspirational and mind settling walks you have ever taken.

 

 

Tunnel of Love

Tunnel of Love (Ukraine)

Tunnel of Love (Ukraine)

I’ve mentioned the tunnel of love in the Amazing Abandoned Places Around the World series as one of the go-to places for lovers.

 

 

Solar du Uyuni

Solar du Uyuni (Bolivia)

Solar du Uyuni (Bolivia)

for some people the sky is the limit, others fly where the sky touches Earth and go from there.

 

 

Bamboo Forest

Bamboo Forest (China)

Bamboo Forest (China)

for me China is one of the best places around the world to find yourself, taking a walk through their fields & their Bamboo forests can be a life changing experience!

 

 

Black Forest

Black Forest (Germany)

Black Forest (Germany)

a little closer to Central Europe the Black forest awaits! although it has a spooky look it’s appeal comes from the vibe it puts off and the combination of the yellow narcissus.

 

 

Fields of Tea

Fields of Tea (China)

Fields of Tea (China)

for any tea lover visiting the home ground of green tea is highly recommended.

 

 

Namibia

Namibia by National Geographic

Namibia by National Geographi

Namibia by National Geographic

when I first say this I doubted it was real, the more excited I got when I found out you can travel here & enjoy this piece of art landscape in real lfie!

 

 

Hang Son Doong

Hang Son Doong (Vietnam)

Hang Son Doong (Vietnam)

if you’ve got a thing for caves go to Vietnam, just look at the immensity of Hang Son Doong.

 

 

Naico Mine

Naico Mine (Mexico)

Naico Mine (Mexico)

I know what you’re thinking, oh my God diamonds! & you’d be close enough, these extraordinary selenite crystals fill the place making it even more special!

 

 

Lavender Fields

Lavender Fields (France)

Lavender Fields (France)

as you’ve realized by now, I’ve got a thing this article for wide colorful fields & one of the most eye candy ones is found in France.

these are just a part of the amazing places I ran across while searching for unconventional destinations for my personal travel list!

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