These Unbelievably Gorgeous Places Will Make You Wonder If They Are Real!

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Who doesn't love a vacation with marvellous vistas? Mother Nature is full of surprises, and if you've ever wondered how Heaven on Earth looks like, KKday has the answers to your questions. We've compiled a list of the 6 most incredibly stunning places on Earth that will possibly make you question if you're still alive.

1. Waitomo Glowworms Cave, New Zealand

Glowworms lighting up The Waitomo glowworm cave in New Zealand
The beautiful Waitomo Glowworm cave in New Zealand (2il org)

Deep into the caves of New Zealand's most beautiful landmark lies clusters of glow worms that illuminates the den with their ethereal turqoise light. Located on the North Island of New Zealand, The Waitomo Glowworms Cave holds an entralling and magical experience for its visitors taking a boat ride down the waters. The grotto is definitely going onto the top of our travel wish-list.

>> Here's how you can get to Waitomo Glowworms Cave

2. Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar

 Baobabs trees line the dirt path down the Avenue of The Baobabs, Madagascar (Rod Waddington)

A trek down Avenue of the Baobabs feels like a walk into the Age of the Dinosaurs. The Baobabs, which can live up to 800 years and reach incredible height of 30 metres, outlines the dirt path between Morondava and Belon'i Tsiribihina in Western Madagascar. To think that we thought these spectacular sights only belonged in storybooks.

3. Dark Hedges, Ireland

Ana Rey

Eerily beautiful, the Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland looks like a scene taken straight out of a fairytale. The trees were planted in the 18th century and has since then grew into a photographer's paradise with its mesmerising, intertwining branches. The Dark Hedges possesses a landscape so bewitching, it attracted crazily popular fantasy television series, Game of Thrones, to film a scene down its path.

4. Reed Flute Cave, Guilin, China

Flickr  / Mike

Reed Flute Cave in Guilin, China, is over 1.8 million years of age — it was already existent even before mammoths died out on Earth. Though the fluorescent cave is now aglow with artificial lighting, Reed Flute Cave remains a well-known tourist attraction in Guilin, bragging an impressive collection of stalagmite and stalactite formations.

5. Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt is a small village situated in the Salzkammergut Lake District of Austria; a breathtaking UNESCO heritage site. The baroque architecture and rich heritage culture of Hallstatt makes the quaint town a beautiful holiday destination guaranteed to incite yearning for a second return.

>> Here's how you can get to Hallstatt

6. Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

Flickr / Maureen Lunn

The Columbia River Gorge is a dream come true for all nature enthusiasts. The Columbia River canyon, extending over 80 miles in length, acts as a segregation between the State of Washington and Oregon. Abundant of cascading waterfalls and lush greenery, you can take a hike up Columbia River canyon's terrains to revel in the beauty of Mother Earth.

For the above travel activities:
>> Glow Worm Caves Night Tour
>> Excursion to Hallstatt

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