The Benagil Sea Cave in Portugal is one of the most picturesque vacation destinations and one of the most photographed caves in the world. This spectacular rock formation, which can only be reached from the sea, attracts tourists from all over the world. Through the big round openings in the cave ceiling, you can see the clear blue sky while lying on the sand and enjoying a soft sea breeze. Our planet is ripe with many unique places that look surreal and unearthly. Come with us on an exciting journey and see some of these places that will make you question your own eyesight!
Today we’ve collected a series of amazing shots that will guide you to the most otherworldly places on our planet.
So scroll down to look at these surreal places on our planet that actually exist. Maybe you can put some for them on your vacation list next time.
Benagil Sea Cave, Portugal
Highlands of Iceland with their amazing colors
Lake Natron in Tanzania; Surface of the lake appears to have giraffe skin pattern
Kolukkumalai tea plantations, India; the greenery of this place is both mesmerizing and soothing to the eyes
Fingal’s Cave, Staffa, Scotland located on an uninhabited island
’Firefly sanctuary’ located in Nanacamilpa, Tlaxcala, Mexico
Lake Hillier, Australia; the lake has marvelous pink water
A tiny volcanic island called Aogashima in Japan
River named Cano Cristales in Colombia; the river changes its water color due to a plant called macarenia clavigera
Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland; it has Interlocking basalt columns
Salt flat in Uyuni, Bolivia
Huacachina, Peru; an alienated desert oasis
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China
3 level waterfall in Kuang Si, Laos
Lake Bailkal in winter, Russia