As much as you think that you’ve explored all the beautiful places in this world, there are still some places that you have missed until now. Yet there is some more for you to go and look at.

Therefore, we thought of presenting you some lesser-known locations that you might have missed. These places are incredible and it’s a great opportunity to visit these places since they are the blessings of the Earth.

#1 The Grand Prismatic Spring, USA.


The diameter of this spring is 370ft and it’s considered to be the largest hot spring in the world.

#2 Cappadocia, Turkey


Turkey is famous for its natural scenic beauty, thus you should visit this region to get the live experience. You can join a hot air balloon tour that starts at morning sunrise. You will get the opportunity to get the amazing sight of canyons, chimneys and valleys from high above the sky.

#3 Mammoth Lakes, California


This is a rare heart shaped hot spring situated in the center of a valley with a mesmerizing background. The name itself attracts everyone.

#4 Kakslauttanen Hotel, Finland


Arctic, a severely cold area. Isn’t it? Is that all about the Arctic? What if I say that someone built an incredible hotel in the middle of the icy landscapes? The hotel actually consists of alluring glass igloos. Of course, this place is more suitable for couples to spend romantic nights under the Aurora Borealis.

#5 St. Michael’s Mount, Cornwall, England


Both the castle as well as the chapel was home of the St. Aubyn family since 1650 and the castle has a prestigious history of 1000 years.


#6 Cenote Ik-Kil, Mexico


This is open to the sky with the water level about 26 meters (85 ft) below the ground level. A carved stairway down to a swimming platform can be seen here. The cenote is about 40 meters (130 ft) in depth and 60 meters (200 ft) in diameter.

Vines that are opened to the water in the small waterfalls can be seen in this cenote. Black catfish in the cenote add more beauty to it. This is a sacred place for Mayans and it has been used as a place of relaxation and ritual services.

#7 Smoo Cave, Scotland

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The Smoo Cave is another interesting cave located in Scotland. And also this is considered as the largest cave area in Britain. Smoo means a hole or a place where you can hide.

#8 Black Canyon of the Colorado, Arizona


The canyon on the Colorado River is located between Arizona and Nevada. According to Science, this has appeared 15 million years ago and it has been named after the black volcanic rocks in the area.

#9 Socotra Island, Yemen


The magical plants present on this island would make you imagine that you’re in a paradise. Socotra Island has no roads on it and shipwrecks can be seen all around it.

#10 Tongariro, New Zealand


This is a national park and World Heritage area in New Zealand. The Lord of the Rings film trilogy was shot here between the years 2000 and 2003.

#11 National Park, Channel Islands


Sark is one among the Channel Islands in the southwestern English Channel and is one of the hidden places on Earth (population of the island is approximately 500). Driving cars in the area is banned. Only the tractors and horse-drawn vehicles are allowed.

#12 Wisteria Tunnel, Kitakyushu, Japan


Are you a flower addict? Then, this is the most suitable location for you to visit. There is a variety of flowers, about 150 Wisteria flowering plants of 20 different species in this garden. Visit this place in late April or early May to see the magical tunnel in full bloom.

#13 Bajos del Toro, Costa Rica

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This is another lesser known paradise in the Alajuela province. This leads our way to the Hidden Treasure Waterfall. So, try taking your time to hike through the crystal clear water, to climb up the stairs to reach the amazing waterfall that you can never imagine!

#14 Ruins of San Ignacio Miní, Argentina


Ruins of San Ignacio Mini, Argentina, a Jesuit mission complex is also a secret place in the world. This includes a school, dormitories, a hospital and a stone church with a wooden interior. This has survived for about 200 years until the native people destroyed it.

#15 Mount Edith Cavell, Canada


This was named after Edith Cavell, an English nurse in 1916. Edith is a nurse who was executed by German soldiers during World War I. She was executed as she supported Allied soldiers fleeing occupied Belgium to the Netherlands. You can find fragrant overwhelming alpine meadows, a subalpine forest plus a spectacular view of the Angel Glacier in the Cavell region and the Mt. Edith Cavell.

#16 Marble Caves, Chile

These caves were formed by waves over the last 6,200 years and these are only accessible by boats. The colour of the caves during different times of year is the fact that makes the place more mysterious.

#17 Lake in Sabah, Malaysia

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Sabah lakes and beaches are well-known for white sand and crystal clear water. The most striking sunsets and islands will amaze you and you will never want to leave this fantastic place.

#18 Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives


The meaning of the term “Ithaa” is the “mother of pearl.” This is a restaurant that is located 5m (16 ft) below sea level at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island. This is made out of the finest glass in the world and it is the most popular undersea restaurant so far. The restaurant offers you an opportunity to have delicious meals while watching thousands of fish comfortably.

#19 Panjin Red Beach, China


The Panjin red beach has received its unique colour due to the presence of the plant called Suaeda vera. The plant turns into deep red colour during the fall although it remains green during the summer. The Red Beach is nature reserved and it is closed to the public. Tourists can only enjoy the scenic beauty from a small, remote section.

#20 Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia


Isn’t this an actual paradise? The falls at the top are normally concealed due to the thick foliage. You need to be more attentive to everything you see around you, if you really need to see this treasure.