1. Igloo Village Kakslauttanen, Finland
The Kakslauttanen Hotel gives visitors the unique opportunity to admire the Northern Lights from the comfort and warmth of their own glass igloo.
2. Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel, Brazil
Ariau Amazon Towers Hotel is a treehouse in the middle of the Amazon. Need we say more?
3. Thrihnukagigur Volcano, Iceland
The folks at Inside the Volcano have devised an innovative way to safely lower you down the 400ft dormant volcano from a crane. The whole trip down only takes about 7-8 min.
Did you know that you don’t need to be a scientist to visit Antarctica? There are cruises that will take you there should you fancy having a dinner date with some tuxedoed birds.
5. Makepeace Island, Australia
This heart-shaped island is Richard Branson’s exclusive retreat and can be hired out to accomodate up to 22 guests.
6. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
The world’s largest salt flats will make you begin to question which way is up.
7. Grand Canyon Skywalk, Arizona
Ever fancy walking off the edge of the earth? The Grand Canyon Skywalk lets you do just that on a horseshoe-shaped structure that juts 70 ft into the middle of the canyon.
Oh and did we mention that the bottom of the structure is glass so you can see all the way down? Scary.
8. Mont Saint-Michel, France
This French commune has been listed as one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites and was the inspiration for Minas Tirith in the Lord of the Rings movies.
9. Icehotel, Sweden
The Icehotel is part art exhibit, part hotel and all ice. Cool.
10. Giraffe Manor, Kenya
Giraffe Manor is a wildlife sanctuary for endangered Rothschild giraffes that doubles as a hotel. The best part? The giraffes stick their heads into the windows so you can feed them!