Results for - Incredible Places You Will Not Believe Exist -- And Where They Exist Is Even More Astonishing
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1. The Topical Island Resort, which holds the distinction of being the world's largest indoor waterpark, also features a tropical rain forest with over 50,000 plants, a 200 metre beach, and an outdoor area of over 35.000 square meters with two large pools, a sunbathing area, a beach volleyball and beach soccer field. And this little slice of paradise is located, oddly enough 50 kilometres from the southern boundary of Berlin, Germany. Even more strangely, it is housed in a former airship hangar (known as the Aerium), the biggest free-standing hall in the world. Have you ever heard of this or even been there?
Never heard of it before this
Heard of it, but haven't been there
Heard of it, and have plans to visit
Heard of it, and I have been there
2. Maybe your idea of heaven is 84 coral islands that form an archipelago, originally inhabited by fisherman and pearl divers, and is now a protected area that serves as a natural reserve for Arabian Gazelles. With its historical sites, remote, unspoiled beaches and rich marine fauna, the Islands are now a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. It's a divers' paradise, with some of the most beautiful aquatic life on the planet. You may surprised to find out that this paradise is the Farasan Islands, located in Saudi Arabia, in the Red Sea. Are you surprised to learn that this is in Saudi Arabia, and would you like to visit?
Very surprised, and I would love to go
Very surprised, but don't want to visit
Not surprised at all, and I would love to go
Not surprised at all, and don't want to visit
I have been
3. Formed by marble limestone, this gorgeous cave located in the lower plateau of a mountainous massif is considered one of the most beautiful caves on the planet. Although it looks like it's from a fairy tale, this cave is actually located in Crimea, The Ukraine, and is called the Marble Cave, because of obvious reasons. Would you like to visit this unbelievable site?
I have been there
4. You don't have to go too far to see this tropical lake, with its alluring turquoise waters, reminiscent of a tropical Caribbean destination. Waves reach over four feet high, which makes for some good body surfing. Torch Lake, about 17 miles (27 km) northeast of Traverse City, was once a deep, fjord-like bay of ancient Lake Michigan, and after a sand bar formed across the mouth of the bay on the lake's northwest portion, it created an inland lake. The lake has a wide, sandy shallow region that runs parallel to the shore and then steeply drops off, which helps create the stunning blue shades you see from an aerial view. Have you ever seen this lake in person?
I want to
Now, I will plan a trip to see it
08/11/2019 Travel 2178 23 By: Harriet56