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Dora the Explorer’s Map won’t be able to decipher the way in and the way out of these magical places. They are so enchanting that not even the smartest cartographer can snap from the binding spell to make a decent path illustration. But despite all these challenges, one thing is for sure – that these amazing destinations are just sitting and waiting from the different corners of the real world.
Here are some of the wondrous places that will make you feel like a wizard or perhaps, a witch. Prepare your broomsticks or your “disapparation” spell for travel.
1. Sea of Stars
The Vaadhoo Island in Maldives is famous for its glowing “sea of stars”. This marine attraction continues to illuminate due to the phytoplankton which is also called dinoflagellates.
2. Neuschwanstein Castle
For the purpose of refuge and privacy, Neuschwanstein Castle was built by Ludwig II of Bavaria in 1868. This extravagant infrastructure in Germany is known to be one of the most visited castles in Europe. It served as the inspiration of the Sleeping Beauty Castle which can be found in Disneyland.
3. Wisteria Tunnel
The amazing Wisteria Tunnel can be found in Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Kitakyushu, Japan. This passage is home to different flowering plants of about 20 species. The colors of flowers that build this attraction consist of purple, blue, white, pink and violet-blue.
4. Northern Lights
During the day, you will enjoy the wonderful scenery from the water and glaciers in Highlands, Iceland. But when the night falls, the fantastic Northern Lights would be there to wow everyone. This destination never fails to mesmerize.
Turquoise Ice is located in Lake Baikal, Russia. This largest fresh water lake is also the oldest lake in the world. It is so bright and clean that when it snows and freezes, the whole lake attains a turquoise color. They look so precious that some would like to make jewelry out of it. Just don’t let it melt.
6. Sentinels of the Arctic
Finland is home to what they call “The Trees of the Arctic”, also known as “Sentinels of the Arctic”. During winter, giant trees will be wrapped up in snow giving them an appearance of an enormous ghost or tentacles of a huge octopus whose body is buried underneath.
7. Fly Geyser, Nevada
Though some may disgust what it does or shoots, Fly Geyser in Nevada still looks great and magical from a distance. This one of a kind destination was built as a result of a man-made well being left uncapped. Geothermal energy has done its job and after some years, voila! The amazing Fly Geyser sprouted and started to shoot things upward.
Ready your wand and share the magic with your friends!
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