25 Amazing Places You Need To Visit ASAP

Since summer is coming, and many people like to travel during this time, we have compiled 25 places you probably didn’t think of, and we think this will inspire you to choose a great itinerary for your next vacation.  Some of the places in this list are super hidden gems; unusual places you might not even know about. Other places are already quite popular, but are so beautiful that we couldn’t resist mentioning them.  If you’ve ever been to these places, make sure to let us know your favorite!

1. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

The oldest national park in Southeast Europe, it’s world famous for its lakes arranged in cascades. places-visit-summer-25 places-visit-summer-27 places-visit-summer-26 via:  youramazingplaces.com

2. Bora Bora, French Polynesia

A real heaven on earth. This breathtaking island is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. In the centre of the island there are the remnants of an extinct volcano. photo credits:  Pierre Lesage places-visit-summer-59 Las vistas desde el overwater bungalow en Bora Bora, Polinesia Francesa / Views from overwater bungalow in Bora Bora, French Polynesia

3. Santorini, Greece

This is one of the gems of the Aegean Sea. Santorini is basically what remains after an enormous volcanic eruption. You will fall in love with its low-lying cubical houses, made of local stone, whitewashed with various volcanic ashes. photo credits: MarcelGermain places-visit-summer-19 via:  youramazingplaces.com

4. Bagan, Myanmar

This ancient city, located in the Mandalay Region of Burma, will leave you speechless with its incredible pagodas and temples. places-visit-summer-32 places-visit-summer-57

5. “Underwater Waterfall” illusion, Mauritius

Mauritius is a heavenly island nation located in the Indian ocean. At the southwestern tip of the island, you will find this unbelievable “Underwater Waterfall” illusion, given by the runoff of sand and silt deposit carried by the stream. via: kulfoto.com via: stregismauritius.com

6. Mont Saint-Michel, France

This island located in the northern part of France is world famous for its sanctuary, it’s amazing atmosphere and for the fact that with with high tide it is afascinating island, while with low tide it’s linked to the mainland by a road. image credits: Jesper Krogh via: unusualplaces.org

7. Baros, Maldives

Previously abandoned, is now the home of the breathtaking Baros Island Resort. You will never regret taking a week off in this wonderful place. image credits: baros.com places-visit-summer-64 image credits: baros.com image credits: baros.com

8. Zakynthos Island, Greece

Nicknamed by the Venetians “The flower of the East”, it’s not hard to understand why it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations of the Mediterranean Sea. image credits: I.conti image credits: Chris Hills via: atravelinfos.com

9. Empuriabrava, Spain’s little Venice

You probably didn’t know that Spain has its very own little Venice. Empuriabrava has more than 40 km of canals and is one of the largest marinas in the world. image credits: lloretmar.ru image credits: gidprovance.tourister.ru image credits: gidprovance.tourister.ru

10. Cappadocia, Turkey

The Turkish area of Cappadocia is probably one of the most breathtaking places in the world, with several natural wonders and hundreds of places to explore. image credits: Teosaurio

11. Cinque Terre, Italy

The pearl of Italian Riviera in the Liguria region, is one of the most charming coastal areas of Italy. image credits: Laiwan Ng

12. Hotel Marina Bay Sands’ infinity pool, Singapore

This is definitely one of the most beautiful and scenic hotels in the world, with an incredible infinity pool on its roof. image credits: unknown image credits: Davide Vadalà image credits: beberonline

13. World’s largest swimming pool, San Alfonso del Mar, Chile

This is actually the world’s largest outdoor swimming pool, and it’s located the San Alfonso del Mar Resort, Chile. This gigantic pool has opened in 2006 and is 1 km (0,62 miles) long. San Alfonso del Mar San Alfonso del Mar San Alfonso del Mar

14. Tsingy De Bemaraha National Park, Madagascar

It is a nature reserve located near the western coast of Madagascar in Melaky Region. The area was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1990 due to the unique geography, preserved mangrove forests, and wild bird and lemur populations. The incredibly sharp limestone formations make traveling incredibly difficult, being able to cut through equipment and flesh easily. image credits: unusualplaces.org image credits: unusualplaces.org image credits: unusualplaces.org image credits: unusualplaces.org

15. Dean’s blue hole, Bahamas

This is the world’s deepest known blue hole with an entrance below the sea level. It plunges 202 metres (663 ft) in a bay west of Clarence Town on Long Island, Bahamas. image credits: 42490278@N06 image credits: pathunt on flickr.com image credits: daanverhoeven on flickr.com image credits: daanverhoeven on flickr.com

16. Phi Phi Islands, Thailand

Crystal clear water, white sand beaches and an amazing landscape. This is what you will find in the Phi Phi Islands, Thailand. image credits: Joan Campderrós-i-Canas image credits: Daniel Chodusov image credits: unknown

17. Sea Cliffs, Varadero, Cuba

One of the most scenic places and the most amazing waters you will find in the Caribbeans. via: youramazingplaces.com

18. Burano Island, Italy

Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy; like Venice itself, it could more correctly be called an archipelago of four islands linked by bridges. It is situated near Torcello at the northern end of the Lagoon, and is known for its lacework and brightly coloured homes. image credits: andreaparmiani on flickr.com image credits: juanflauta on flickr.com image credits: jayneandd on flickr.com

19. Skaftafell Ice Cave, Iceland

Ice caves are temporary structures that appear at the edge of glaciers. This one is located on the frozen lagoon of the Svínafellsjökull glacier in Skaftafell, Iceland. via: youramazingplaces.com

20. Lake Hillier, Australia

The most notable feature of the lake is its pink color, which is permanent, and does not alter when the water is taken in a container. Although the source of the pink colour has not been definitively proven in the case of Lake Hillier, the pink colour of other salt lakes in the region arises from a dye created by the organisms Dunaliella salina and Halobacteria. image credits: 95333207@N02 on flickr.com image credits: 91729892@N04 on flickr.com

21. Tahiti, French Polynesia

Tahiti is the largest island in the Windward group of French Polynesia. via: youramazingplaces.com

22. Moon Bridge, Taiwan

A moon bridge is a highly arched pedestrian bridge associated with gardens in Asia. This one is located in Taiwan. The crystal clear water creates a perfect reflection of an upside down world, and frankly I have rarely seen something like that. via: unusualplaces.org via: unusualplaces.org

23. Pamukkale, Turkey

Pamukkale, meaning “cotton castle” in Turkish, is a natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey. The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. image credits: imgur.com image credits: imgur.com image credits: imgur.com via: unusualplaces.org

24. Manta Resort, Zanzibar

The Manta Resort is a hotel located on the island of Pemba, Zanzibar. The room you see below is the Manta Underwater Room, that features an incredible underwater panoramic bedroom that allows its customers to sleep with the company of beautiful tropical fishes. via: mymodernmet.com via: mymodernmet.com via: mymodernmet.com

25. Whitehaven Beach, Australia

Whitehaven Beach is a 7 km stretch along Whitsunday Island. It’s white sand consists of 98% pure silica which gives it a bright white color. This for sure one of the most particular beaches in the world via: youramazingplaces.com image credits: Ken Gibbons image credits: Stefano Liboni/a> (Source: Justsomething) If you are ready to leave tomorrow for one of these places press the SHARE button!