Life is too short, and this world is way too gorgeous. In this post we gathered the best of what planet Earth has to offer.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia.
Being the world’s largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni spans a total of 10,582 square kilometers.
Its location is in southwest Bolivia. These are the result of several prehistoric lakes undergoing various transformations and becoming a one-of-a-kind surrealism monument.
The Bamboo Forest, Japan
Located on the borders of Kyoto, Japan, the rural region of Arashiyama is the home to many cultural beauties.
Among the treasures is a path through this magneficent bamboo forest.
Zhangye Danxia Landform, China
Also known as the rainbow mountains these are the result of an inland water basin drying up and due to numerous weather conditions taking on all the possible rust colors.
Tulip Fields, Holland
This happens every March just outside Alkmaar, Holland in the Netherlands when the fields turn from patches of dirt into delicate rugs of green sprouts signifying the first chimes of spring.
When all of this starts blooming it is impossible to transcend the beauty behind the palette of colors in front of you
Benagil Cave, Portugal
Located on the coast of one fishing village of Benagil, Algarve in Portugal, there are several private caves and islands to explore.
This place is full of romance and peace.
Fairy Pool, The Isle of Skye, Scotland
The scenery is truly breathtaking and reminds of something you would find in an imaginary world.
Hidden Beach, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
This Hidden Beach is a beautiful result of a violent act.
The Marieta Islands were used for bomb practice by the Mexican officials back in the early 1900s. After a civil uproar the government declared the island a natural park. After some years, tides brought sand and water in, and the result is in front of your eye.