Who doesn’t love to be clicked exquisitely? The picture becomes more alluring if it gets all the way more spectacular backdrop. Nature has provided us numerous artistic places which have jaw-dropping beauty. We have listed 5 top photogenic places in the world which you can visit for your ravishing pictures.
- Fingal’s Cave (The Hebrides), Scotland, United Kingdom: Fingal’s Cave is basically a sea cave on an island of Staffa in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. This arched entrance of this cave is followed deep inside by the sea. Boat tours are organized on a daily basis by Staffa Tours, Staffa Trips, and Turus Mara, which you can board from various places.
If you go there via cruise, you can just take a glance of the cave from outside but if you can happily give pain to your legs to give pleasure to your eyes, then just travel to the Staffa Isle and then hike into the cave because boats are unable to enter the caves.
What makes it stunning is its infinite pillars made of basalt standing so as to frame its walls giving a way to its tourists through which people can enter and explore the cave. In ancient times, this cave used to be a ‘Wonder of Scotland’.
- Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia: It is a lake well-renowned for being the world’s largest salt flat, the residue left by the prehistoric evaporated lakes. What captivates our eyes is the thick solid crust of salt spread till the horizon, broken into fixed patterns. Just at times, when the nearby lakes overflow, their waters spread over the Salar, causes an astounding reflection of the sky on the thin layer of water formed.
This rarely created view turns out to be more fascinating. If you want to visit the mirror reflection, then you can go during the rainy season (Dec-Apr) and if otherwise is your choice and want to explore the places which aren’t accessible during the rainy season, then give it a visit in the remaining part of the year. June is the peak season for tourists. It is also home to the various species of flamingos.
- The Dark Hedges (Ballymoney), Northern Ireland, United Kingdom: An astonishing landscape of beech trees along Bregagh Road between Armoy and Stranocum in County Antrim, Northern Ireland has been picturized in a very popular TV show The Game Of Thrones, which made it a tourist attraction. This tops the chart of mostly clicked spots in Northern Ireland. The ‘tunnel’ formed by the trees is wide enough to gulp vehicles but it is illegal to drive through the trees. You can pack your vehicles at the Dark Hedges hotel (just 2-minutes walk from the line of trees). Watching it live is far more sensational than glancing at its pics.
- Banff, Canada: The breathtaking beauty of Banff National Park and nearby lakes- Lake Mirror, Lakes Anges and Lake Louise leaves everyone mesmerized. Beautiful landscape, crystal clear water, snow-capped mountains, and dense forests altogether form a complete package of astonishing backdrops for your splendid pictures. This is a perfect place for a hike. A tranquil place with unruffled trails coupled with calmness and serenity definitely call you for an outing.
If you make your way to this place for a whole day, then you shall not miss its gondola rides. You’ll perceive a series of mountains in that 8-minute ride which will turn out to be your best ride ever, I bet. If you are a sunrise/sunset lover then Banff has a gift for you. You can just sit and admire the nature from Norquay Lookout, go in the dawn or dusk or any time you want.
- Fiordland National Park (Te Wahipounamu), New Zealand: Fiordland is inevitably the best place for tourists (nature and adventure lovers especially) in New Zealand. If you had been there, you would understand the reason behind it. It offers its tourists kayaking, diving, cruise tour, stunning flights, dauntless mountains, soothing lakes, and too long waterfalls. Fiordland National Park is a World Heritage Site and it’s truly worth it. This is a great place for hikers as New Zealand’s three ‘great walks’, viz, the Milford, Kepler, and Routeburn tracks are here. You can explore its naturally carved the Glowworm Caves and its native birdlife, especially the world’s smallest penguins (Little Blue Penguins).
Do visit any of these places and share with us your exquisite photographs. ☺
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