When you think of an exotic vacation, do you imagine long hours of relaxation in the sunshine, on beautiful sandy beaches? This dream will certainly come true if you decide to vacation faraway, typically exotic. Such a trip may be the adventure of your life, and learning about other cultures will be a source of extraordinary experiences. Don’t think a moment longer and start planning your trip!
The Great Blue Hole: Belize
Known for its round shape and strikingly dark blue colour, the Great Blue Hole is a depression about 130 meters in diameter, lying in the middle of Belize’s coral reef. While a bird’s-eye photo will convince anyone of its beauty divers to have the opportunity to see the greatest wonders hiding in the depths – massive limestone stalactites and stalagmites formed during the last glacial period.
Mù Cang Chải: Vietnam
Mù Cang Chải is one of the most breathtaking places in Vietnam, where you can see terraced rice paddies perched on mountainous landscapes. Iceland's largest glacier is also one of the most beautiful sights you can see in the country. The landscape beneath its surface looks like a completely different world, filled with ice caves, canyons, and volcanoes.
Pyramids of Giza: El Giza, Egypt
The three great pyramids of Giza are mysterious architectural wonders. We may never know whether they were built by humans or mutants. The lush landscape of the Okavango Delta is like a true Eden, where cheetahs, zebras, buffalo, and rhinos live freely in the wild.
Glowworm Caves: Waitomo, New Zealand
In New Zealand, even the bugs are beautiful. The Waitomo caves are home to thousands of glowworms, leaving long trails of mucus behind them (sounds gross, looks phenomenal) and lighting up the caves, which thus look like an underground Milky Way.
It may not be the first place one thinks of when planning a vacation abroad. Still, Samarkand stands out for the intricate patterns covering the buildings and the colourfully dressed local population. It also has a rich history, being the final stop of the Silk Road.
Paro Taktsang: Bhutan
Paro Taktsang Monastery, also known as "Tiger's Nest," stands over a cliff more than 3 kilometres off the ground. If the temple's intricate building complex alone isn't enough to thrill you, the views of the Paro Valley will certainly provide that.
Moravian Fields: Czech Republic
It would seem that the landscapes of the Moravian Fields were created by the brushstrokes of a brilliant oil painter, but these pastel hills are as accurate as can be.