Hi, from our part 1 about TOP 10 EPIC PLACES YOU MUST VISIT BEFORE 30, let’s continue with our list:
Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan
Japan is famous for a lot of spectacular humanmade landscapes. This place below is one of the prooves that make you wonder why a traveller like you having not found out yet.
Hitachi Seaside Park is a sprawling 470 acre park, it located in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan, that features vast flower gardens including millions of daffodils, 170 varieties of tulips, and an estimated 4.5 million baby blue eyes (Nemophila). The sea on blue flowers blooms once annually around April in an event referred to as the “Nemophila Harmony.”
If you plan on visiting, the park offers a great English language flower calendar to help plan your trip.
Mendenhall Ice Caves of Juneau in Alaska, United States
In few places you can experience every stage of the water cycle at once, however, there is magic in the Mendenhall Ice Caves, where water runs over rocks under blue ceilings inside a partially hollow glacier.
The Mendenhall Glacier is a 12-mile-long glacier in the Mendenhall Valley, located only 12 miles from downtown Juneau in Southeast Alaska, on of the frostiest places on Earth.
Lost in this secularly holy glacier may give you a chance to enjoy the beauty of ice and water in a harsh contidition.
Mount Roraima in Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana
Mountainous destinations could be on your journey list once again with Mount Roraima.
It is a tepui tabletop mountain that stands right on the junction of three South American countries: Guyana, Venezuela and Brazil. What makes this place so special? That is the borders of all these countries meet right on top of Mount Roraima
Thanks to its super old age and prehistoric feel, Mount Roraima served as an inspiration for “The Lost World” – the 1912 novel by Sherlock Holmes author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle about interactions between dinosaurs and people. Moreover, the 2009 Pixar animated feature titled “Up” also took ideas from this prehistoric formation.
Ancient Region of Anatolia in Cappadocia, Turkey
If you are looking for a spot which not only is a volcanic landscape but aslo appears in Bible, Cappadocia, Turkey is your answer.
This place is a historic area of central Anatoliabounded by the towns of Hacıbektaş, Aksaray, Niğde and Kayseri. It was known as Cappadocia in ancient times, and is still called Kapadokya informally today.
Cappadocia is Turkey’s most visually striking region because of many reasons, especially the “moonscape” area around the towns of Ürgüp, Göreme,Uçhisar, Avanos and Mustafapaşa (Sinasos), where erosion has formed caves, clefts, pinnacles, “fairy chimneys” and sensuous folds in the soft volcanic rock.
Tunnel of Love in Klevan, Ukraine
Now for the final on this list. The fact that it is considered to be a fairily magically romantic place.
Tunnel of Love in Klevan, Ukraine, is the name given by local people to this fairytale track. Emphatically, it is not everyday you get in the train and find yourself surrounded by natural green arches, which is why we consider this sight specially for you.
Not much information is provided regarding this place, but from the photo below, the green tunnel seems natural and not too large in length. The beauty of this particularly fabulous tunnel captured much attention, being perfect for a photography scene, a romantic walk or a kids’ play date.