Almost too good to be true! Places on Earth that look unreal! Have you seen some of them?

We love to travel and discover new places.  There’s more to this world than the great capitals or the known attractions. There’s beauty and wonder that will leave you breathless.

Moravia, Czech Republic

Moravia, Czech Republic

Lake Retba - Senegal

Lake Retba – Senegal

We want to see as much as we can of this amazing Planet and we still got shivers when we see pictures of unbelievable places that seem too exquisite to be real.

Tunnel of Love - Kleven, Ukraine

Tunnel of Love – Kleven, Ukraine

Iceland

Iceland

Every year we make a list of “new countries we want to visit” and we try to unmark at least 10% of them, and we are sure, you do the same.

Tulip fields - Lisse, Netherlands

Tulip fields – Lisse, Netherlands

Life is about love, friendship, achieving our goals and adventure. We may not be able to see all the attraction we want to see, but at least we’ve tried.

Namibia

Namibia

Lapland, Finland

Lapland, Finland

Nature is a powerful force that can create something beyond imagination. We should be grateful to her and we should never give up on our dreams.

Metro - Stockholm, Sweden

Metro – Stockholm, Sweden

Chand Baori - Abhaneri, India

Chand Baori – Abhaneri, India

If you’ve been to one of these places, please do tell us all about it, in the comment section below.

Socotra, Yemen

Socotra, Yemen

Berry Head Arch - Newfoundland, Canada

Berry Head Arch – Newfoundland, Canada

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The Stone Forest - Yunnan, China

The Stone Forest – Yunnan, China

Door to Hell - Derweze, Turkmenistan

Door to Hell – Derweze, Turkmenistan

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