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14 Picturesque Places Where Nature Painted Landscapes In Its Own Canvas 

14 Picturesque Places Where Nature Painted Landscapes In Its Own Canvas

The year 2020 was a pretty challenging one due to the coronavirus pandemic and for almost the whole year we were forced to remain inside our houses but in 2021 we can once again explore new places as the vaccine for COVID-19 is available now, though we should follow some precautions. For the lover of travelling, we have come up with 14 destinations which are not just beautiful but unique as well and we are quite sure that you will also love to visit them and have a great experience.

Here you go:

1. Smoo Cave, Scotland

The name of the cave means a hole or a hiding place and it is a big sea cave where not much people visit but it is certainly worth visiting once in a lifetime if you want to visit unusual destinations.

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2. Tongariro National Park, New Zealand

If you want to visit the oldest national park of New Zealand then you need to visit the central north island and it is also registered by UNESCO under the World Heritage Site. While there are active volcanic mountains in the park, there are also a number of religious sites and the shooting of The Lord of the Rings trilogy was also done here.

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3. Wisteria Tunnel, Kitakyushu, Japan

You just can’t afford to miss this beautiful place where more than 150 plants of Wisteria of 20 different types are planted and the whole thing looks like magic as if straight out from a movie. It is advisable to visit here in April end or May beginning to see the beauty of this place in full bloom.

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4. Marble caves, Chile

These beautiful marble caves can be visited only by a boat and you will be surprised to know that they are formed by the waves and are more than 6000 years old. What makes them more interesting is the fact that the color of these caves keep changing on a regular basis.

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5. Sabah lakes and beaches, Malaysia

The lakes and beaches of Sabah, Malaysia are known for white sand and clear water. You can witness mind-blowing sunsets over here and it won’t be wrong to say that you will like to stay here forever if you visit it once.

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6. Panjin Red Beach, China

This famous red beach is situated in the Dawa County, Panjin, Liaoning, China. The beach is red in color because of the plant Suaeda Vera which is of green color during the summers but in the fall season, it turns into red. The majority of the beach is a nature reserve because of which only a small portion is open for public.

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7. Ruins of San Ignacio Miní, Argentina

These ruins of San Ignacio Mini is a Jesuit Mission complex which was built in the 17th century and it had school, church, dormitories and a church which was built of stone and its interior decoration was done by wood. This complex stood strong for around 200 years until destroyed by the native inhabitants.

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8. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

This is not just one of the largest national parks but also one of the oldest national parks of Croatia and has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. More than 1 million visitors visit this park every year and it is difficult to locate the origin of lakes over here because they are covered with lushly trees and greenery.

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9. Bajos del Toro, Costa Rica

It will be very difficult for you to not to include Bajos del Toro in your travelling list if you love to see beautiful mountain landscapes, hike or discover new sites. So if you are planning to visit Costa Rica, don’t forget to visit Bajos del Toro.

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10. The Grand Prismatic Spring, USA.

This is the third largest hot spring in the world and largest in USA which is located in the Yellowstone National Park. The diameter of spring is around 370 feet and the depth is 160 feet.

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11. Cappadocia, Turkey

Turkey is a country which is known for its bright and lively lifestyle but you should visit Cappadocia if you want to experience the historical region of the country. To get a good view of the area you can also take a hot balloon air ride.

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12. Kakslauttanen Hotel, Finland

This is certainly the best place to view the mesmerizing beauty of Northern Lights and have a lifetime experience of living in igloos and that too in the middle of the woods.

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13. Cenote Ik-Kil, Mexico

If you love swimming, you have to visit this breathtaking destination for which you need to climb down 26m.

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14. Black Canyon of the Colorado, Arizona

Located on the state line of Arizona and Nevada, this canyon is located on the Colorado river and came into existence around 15 million years ago.

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So which one will you visit first?

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