The world around us is full of amazing places that add a sense of fun and beauty to our lives. It is home to both natural creation and man-made innovation that continue to enrich our awareness and arouse our curiosity. These places are scattered in different areas across the globe. Here are the top 7 places that would add a lot to our experience and please our desire for beauty.
Sea Cliffs, Etretat, France
The town of Etretat is one of the prominent towns that depends on farming and tourism. The verticalness of 140 km of chalky cliffs show the astonishing natural beauty in this spot of the globe. There are many cliffs such as The Aval’s cliff, The Manneporte and The Courtine. It is called “Director’s delight” as it represents a perfect place for many filmmakers. It is home to three arches namely Porte d’Aval, the Porte d’Amont and Manneporte.
Glow worm cave, New Zealand
This is one of the magnets in New Zealand. It is known for creature like lowworms or Arachnocampa luminosa. What is so interesting about these creatures is that they produce a blue-green light that combines with the limestone formations to provide tourists with an example of natural beauty. It represents more than 120 years of natural history.
Hotel La Montana Magica – Huilo Chile
This hotel is a terrific example of the tree houses that use creativity and innovation to inspire us with this natural beauty. This structure takes the shape of a volcano with water that flows out the way magma flows out from a volcano. Each room is named after one of the bird species known in this area.
Glass Beach, California, USA
This is one of the favorite places for sea glass collectors all over the world. Despite the fact that this area was used as place where people throw trash in the early 20th century, it is now a tourist destination. It was known by the local people as “The Dumps”, however it is known nowadays as Glass Beach.
This is regarded as the broadest waterfall in Taiwan. It is only 20m tall but its width reaches (40m). It is located between Dahua Station and Shifen Station on the Pingxi Railway Line in Pingxi District, New Taipei City. It is called “Taiwan’s Niagara Falls” thanks to the bedrock slopes that exist in the opposite direction.
Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway
This road is regarded as one of the world’s most dangerous roadways. It is a 8-kilometre long road between the towns of Kristiansund and Molde. It was given the status national tourist route due to its bridges and the astounding coastline.
Coastal potholes is a fine example of erosional formation. It is a geological phenomenon that exist in the rocky channel of a turbulent stream. These holes represent a permanent source of water that provides fish with a heaven during drought.