Serving as the world’s largest cave, Son Doong in Quang Binh, Vietnam is listed as one of the top destinations by some international newspapers including Business Insider, Buzzfeed, Smithsonian. CN Traveller considers this wonderful cave as the dinosaur world in the film of Jurassic World. One of the things that make Son Doong special is the inside ecosystem with numerous luxuriant plants and even the clouds flying on the ceiling of the cave.
Bromo seems to be the most famous volcano in Tengger Semeru National Park, east Java, Indonesia as visitors can approach and see the sunrise which is tinted with myth.
Natron lake in Monduli, Tanzania is impressively in red, but dangerous at the temperature up to 120 degrees and low pH. This is the gathering place of millions of flamingos in breeding season as their food is the red algae developing in this lake.
Unlike Son Doong, Waitomo Cave in New Zealand is the accommodation of thousands fireflies. Thanks to the lighting ability of this species, the internal site of the cave looks like the colorful milky way.
The red and yellow sand dunes together with the spindly tree trunks cause Namib Naukluft Park looks like Mars.
Thousands of stone pillars at Wulingyuan tourist attraction in Zhangjiajie, China seem to be the natural versions of skyscrapers. Some of them even higher than the Empire State Building in the US. Thus, it is not surprising that this destination became the inspiration for the well-known film of Avatar.
Jökulsárlón Ice lake located in Vatnajökull National Park, is considered a wonder in Iceland.in this lake, the icebergs mixed with the black of sand form volcano make the scene bleak but mysterious as well.
Talking about Socotra archipelago in Yemen, people think of the Dragon Blood trees in the shape of umbrellas. This kind of plant only grows in Socotra, so some said that they are transported to the earth from another planet.
Grand Prismatic heated pool in Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming, USA) is in the shape of a giant and colorful rainbow ring.
Dos Ojos in Tulum, Mexico is a natural lake with 2 entrances. Thus, it’s also called as Eyes Lake. This is an ideal place for the adventurous divers.
Refer our excursions to Vietnam off the beaten track:
- Chay Lap Homestay in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park.
- 2 Day trekking in Buon Ma Thuot: experience primary nature & Gongs culture.
- Pu Luong private trekking tour: Explore the hill-tribe villages of Thai, rice-terraces, water wheels…