Do you like going places and seeing things that are off the beaten track? If this describes you than you have to check out these 5 places!
Waitomo Glowworm Caves on North Island, New Zealand
The Waitomo Glowworm Caves are believed to be over two million years old! Located in the King Country region of the North Island of New Zealand, the caves are home to thousands of tiny glowworms that provide beautifully twinkling light for tourists visiting the caves.
England’s Gnome Reserve
So you don’t embarrass the gnomes the Reserve loans out fishing rods and pointed hats for you. While there are over 250 labeled species of wildflowers the real attraction is seeing over 1,000 gnomes and pixies in their natural outdoor habitat.
Yunessun Spa Resort in Hakone, Japan
At the Yunessun Spa Resort in Hakone, Japan, you’ll be able to live out that fantasy you have of swimming in a pool of red wine, green tea, honey or just about anything. Ready to fulfill that dream of backstroking in gallons of chocolate? Or maybe you would prefer to stick to the green tea Jacuzzi? Either way, this place sounds delicious!
The Mystery Spot in Santa Cruz, CA, USA
The Mystery Spot in Santa Cruz, California with its “gravitational anomaly” has been wowing tourists since opening in 1940. Exactly how has it wowed them? The circular area of around 150 feet (46 meters) in diameter appears to be the only place in the world where the laws of gravity and physics don’t apply! Up is down and down is up! This whole enigma is a mystery!
Temple of Pytons in Ouidah, Benin
The Temple of Pytons in Ouidah, Benin is aptly named. Pythons are revered in Voodoo and the religion is practiced in Benin. Due to this, royal pythons are welcomed into homes as honored guests. A small temple was constructed in the village that houses over 50 adult pythons!
If you enjoy the unordinary make sure you check out these weirdly fun places!