This series of places may seem too beautiful to be true, but the best way to find out is to visit them.
Perhaps a good way to choose a destination is falling in love with her photography.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA
The fabulous Antelope Canyon site is located 6 miles east of Page: 2 meters wide and almost 200 meters long featuring between 10 and 12 colours. The walls are reminiscent of the sails of a boat.
Rice terraces in Bali, Indonesia
Bali features some of the world’s most beautiful man-made rice terraces. This one spreads down on the slopes over several miles across the valley
Cappadocia mountains of Anatolia, Turkey
Cappadocia offers wonderful scenery. Small river valleys dug their bed in the soft soil of the plateau, needles stones stand proudly everywhere. The people have dug into the rock, built churches and monasteries of impressive size.
The giant’s causeway of Antrim, Northern Ireland
Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, for centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.
Hitachi seaside park, Mito, Japan
With an area of about 190ha, Hitachi seaside park boasts its a wide variety of seasonal flower gardens such as narcissus and tulip in spring, nemophila and rose in early summer, zinnia in summer and kochia and cosmos in autumn.
Giant Buddha in Leshan, China
The Great Buddha or Giant Buddha in Leshan is located in Leshan City of Sichuan Province, the statue is located 160 km from Chengdu city and 38 km from the E Mei Mountain.
The oldes mountains, Italy
High in the Italian alps, within the Dolomites chain, sit the breathtaking Odle mountains, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in August 2009.
Travertines of Pamukkale, Turkey
A vast source of water heated by volcanic lava, dissolving pure white calcium rocks, becoming saturated with it and carrying it to the earth’s surface where it bursts forth and runs down a steep hillside.
Prismatic hot spring in Yellowstone National Park, USA
More than 112 meters and over 37 meters deep, this giant hot water crater ejects boiling water every two minutes.
The red beach in Panjin, China
This beach is actually entirely covered with seaweed that extends into the saline-alkaline soils, growing green from April to May and becoming red in summertime.
Salt Flats of Uyuni, Bolivia
The scenary for hours: blue skies, white land, all-too-similar mountains in the horizons and rough, grainy, random looking surface.
Socotra Dragon Tree, Yemen
Socotra island is located near the Yemen in the Arabian Sea and hosts the famous “dragon’s blood tree”. Its resin is called is considered a healing substance.
Arid desert of Sossusvlei, Namibia
A vast desert of rolling dunes and swirling mists. A major destination for safaris in Africa.
Love Tunnel in Klevan, Ukraine
Giant trees everywhere, surrounding this old tunnel formed by an disused railway line.
The Wave of Arizona, USA
A stunning rocky sandstone formation located near the border of Arizona and Utah, in the Paria Canyon. The two major formations are respectively 19 meters wide and 36 meters long, and 2 meters wide and 16 meters long.
Feel free to contact Eurotel Travel if you want to visit one of this spectacular site for your next holiday!