2. Visiting another world while on Earth.
We wouldn’t blame you if you thought this scene came straight of a sci-fi movie. The Cave of the Crystals in Naica, Mexico is comprised of giant selenite crystals that weigh up to 55 tons.
3. Getting lost in your own reflection.
At 4,000 square miles, Salar du Ayuni in Bolivia is the world’s largest salt flat and produces surreal reflections when it’s covered in water.
4. Taking a gaze into the unknown.
Keyhole arch is a 20ft by 20ft rock formation found at Pfeiffer Beach in California and for several weeks a year, the sun sets directly behind the arch to create this otherworldly sight.
5. Untangling in the tangliest of canyons.
Antelope Canyon is located in Navajo land near Page, Arizona and is split into two parts. Upper Antelope Canyon is called Tsé bighánílíní, “the place where water runs through rocks” by the Navajo, while Lower Antelope Canyon is called Hazdistazí, or “spiral rock arches”.
6. Having a moment of zen alone.
The Sagano Bamboo Forest found in Arashiyama, Japan and covers about 6 square miles.