Once you begin to travel, you will start seeing and witnessing many new places, as well as encounter lots of various cultures. These are all real benefits of being able to journey here and there in the world. With this said, there are some truly unique places on this planet, which every travel new or old must see at least one time in their lives. What are some of these must-see places to visit in the world? Please read on to learn more. You will be glad you did do it. Because the world is a big place and has lots of one of a kind sights and sounds, like no other.
A total of 5 unique, unusual must-see places will be shared here for all to get to know personally. They are no other than these. They are:
Glass Beach (Fort Bragg, California)
Glass Beach is a very popular beach and tourist spot. It is a location in the MacKerricher State Park that is close to Fort Bragg. What it is very abundant in and makes it a beach like no other is of sea glass it does contain. The accumulation of sea glass comes from many years of the dumping of garbage in an area of coastline that is adjacent to the northern part of the town itself. The official water dump site was originally back in 1906 for Fort Bragg, California. There was one site called Site 1 and then. Site 2 came into being. Both of these dumps were called “The Dumps” collectively, and when the beach filled in completely back in 1949, the dump was given a new spot north to an area that is now known presently as Glass Beach. In these two dumps, people dropped not only glass but also appliances and cars. Glass Beach is a big tourist spot and tourists by tens of thousands do frequent it every year.
Hobbit Village, New Zealand
The Hobbit Village is in Waikato, New Zealand. It was once a movie set called Hobbiton Movie Set and was the outstanding location for the filming of the Lord of the Rings. The Hobbit film series was very popular, and the site for the filming of these three movies was physically on a real farm that was run by a family. The farm is roughly 8 kilometers west of Hinuera and 10 kilometers southwest of Matamata. It is now officially a tourist site for Tolkien tourism and contains the facades for 37 hobbit-holes that were part of the set for the movie trilogy itself. Associated gardens and hedges were established as well to give the film set the best realistic view possible. The location became of interest to tourists back in 2002, and guided tours are offered daily to this day.
Hunyad Castle, (Dracula’s Castle) Romania
Hunyad Castle is also known as being Corvin Castle or Hunedoara Castle. Hunyad Castle is one of the of the largest of all castles in Europe. It is also officially one of the seven wonders of Romania. The villa was laid out originally in 1446, and it was on the orders of John Hunyadi. The castle was a gift to John Huyadi’s father named Volk, by the Sigismund, who was the king of Hungary in 1409. The castle construction was in a Renaissance Gothic style, and it was on an old fortification atop a rock that overlooked the Plastic River. There was a lot of legends associated with the castle, and that was because Vlad III of Wallachia lived there. Vlad II of Wallachia was also known as being Vlad The Impaler who was said to have been imprisoned by John Hunyadi. Hunyad Castle was said to be a source of inspiration for Bram Stoker’s famous novel called Castle Dracula. The Dracula cult craze has made the castle into a famous tourist must-see in Romania.
Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Kitakyushu, Japan
If you would like to see one of the most beautiful of all gardens, which is hidden in Japan and is roughly about 5 hours from Tokyo in the distance. Kawachi Fuji Gardens can only be in the description as one word, and that is breathtaking in every way visually. It almost looks like a pastel colored fairy tale place of sorts. This tunnel is without a doubt one of the most naturally excellent of all locations a tourist would feel truly blessed to see, and that is because of the incredible beauty of the tunnel itself. What Kawachi Fuji Gardens does contain are 150 Wisteria flowering plants that have 20 species in number. These 20 species do include white, blue, violet-blue, pink, and purple in color. They are the very reason why the tunnel is so colorful and graceful in appearance. The best time for visitors to see this unique garden is from late April to mid-May.
Seven Falls, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Seven Falls, which is in Colorado Springs, Colorado is without a doubt one of the most beautiful and bewitching of all waterfalls to ever grace the earth. Why is that? The answer is clear. Seven Falls is indeed Colorado’s Grandest Mile for all the right reasons. It also has the distinct of being the only waterfall in all of Colorado to have managed to earn itself a spot on National Geographic’s list of International Waterfalls. Seven Falls is located less than one mile from The Broadmoor and is one of Colorado’s most captivating of all natural wonders. Seven Falls are inside of a 1,250-foot wall box canyon, and that is right in the middle of the majestic Pillars of Hercules. Every inch of Seven Falls is breathtaking and scenic beyond scenic with its many stunning vistas. Some of these impressive views do include verdant valleys, unusual rock formations, and very golden prairies. Visitors have to climb 224 steps to get to the hiking trails and the banks of the glistening streams that comprise Seven Falls.