Unfamiliar Tourism Destination: The Most Unusual Places in the World

December 23, 2018
Usually when we look for our destination, we look for those familiar and more famous places, but have you thought about looking for non-traditional destinations, those that carry a lot of mystery and strangeness. Many strange and unfamiliar places are scattered on the surface of the earth, some natural regions or places, and other are man-made. This article offers you the most unusual places in the world that you may hear about, whether natural or not, here is a tour of some places that, regardless of their weirdness, are characterized by beautiful beauty and charming nature.  

Socotra Island

The Most Unusual Places in the World - Socotra Island The archipelago of Socotra is located between the Arabian Sea and the Jordavoy Canal, which is part of the State of Yemen. Socotra island is one of the most unusual places in the world. It is an oasis of biodiversity. The island has more than 700 species not found anywhere else in the world. It also contains many species of animals, birds and reptiles. Birds are threatened with extinction by wild cats entering the island. Most of the island's population is clustered on the main island of Socotra, while a few inhabit the rest of the archipelago.  

Stone Forest in China

The Most Unusual Places in the World - Stone Forest in China The Stone Forest or the Shilin Forest, as the Chinese call it, one of the most unusual places in the world. It is one of the geological marvels that have nothing to do with it. The forest is located in Yunnan province, Kunming province, China. It features a subtropical climate. The limestone forest consists of limestone carved by water through different geological ages. The forest stretches over 350 kilometers to 140 miles and is divided into seven zones. Stone forest contains caves and valleys, as well as water creeks and waterfalls, as well as a group of rare plants and some endangered birds and animals.  

Cave of the Crystals

The Most Unusual Places in the World - Cave of the Crystals One of the most unusual places in the world is the Crystals Cave, where the cave is filled with crystals and large crystalline selenite, which can be more than ten feet long and weigh more than 50 tons. Many people can not enter it due to the size of the large crystals blocking the roads. The temperature inside the cave reaches 136 degrees Fahrenheit and humidity exceeds 90 percent. The Crystal Cave is located in Chihuahua, Mexico.  

Machu Picchu town

The Most Unusual Places in the World -  Picchu town The ancient Incan people built the city of Machu Picchu in the 15th century, between two mountains of the Andes. The city rises 2280 meters above sea level, on the edge of two oceans surrounded by a 600-meter-long slope covered with dense forests. Machu Picchu is known for its hanging garden, because it is built on the top of a steep mountain. The whole city is built of large stones and overlaid on top of each other without any installation tools, making it one of the most unusual places in the world. It also includes many parks, galleries, buildings and palaces, as well as canals, irrigation channels and bathing pools. The gardens and the various streets are linked to each other by stone stairs. Some cities of Machu Picchu are religiously observant, with many temples and shrines.  

Russian Death City

The Most Unusual Places in the World - Russian Death City The most unusual places in the world you will hear of are the city of death or the city of Dargavs, as the Russians call it in their language. It is a small village built inside a mountain in Russia, which needs access to walk for 3 hours in foggy weather and narrow and rugged roads. The village is characterized by the fact that all the buildings of the village are covered with a large group of small white buildings that look like tombs inside a grave. The reason for naming the village the city of death is that the buildings have a ceiling in the form of a coffin where the inhabitants of the city bury their loved ones and their relatives, and the greater the number of dead, the higher the dome of the building where they are buried. Since the 16th century, each alive person must have his or her own tomb. The village was once used as a cemetery for the city, so if a person loses all his relatives he must go to the city of death to spend the rest of his life and wait for death there. There is a legend that all visitors to the city of death will not come out alive and die and be buried there.  

Fountain of hot blood pool in Japan

The Most Unusual Places in the World - Fountain of hot blood pool in Japan The hot-blood pool fountain is located on Kyushu Island in Japan. The pool of blood consists of nine springs containing hot water and a red color. Water gained its red color from the concentration of the iron element in it. The fountain is one of the most unusual places in the world. It can not be bathed in, but it has its natural view, surrounded by many green trees and natural beauty. It is surrounded by an iron wall to protect tourists from standing on it.  

Danxia Mountains in China

The Most Unusual Places in the World -  Mountains in China Danxia is a landform of colorful mountains in rainbow colors. It is one of the nicest and most unusual places in the world. The colorful terrain was named Danxia, relative to Mount Danxia, located in one of the Chinese provinces where colored land is located. It is a unique type of colored rock geomorphology and features slices of red sedimentary rocks on steep slopes. Danskia lands look like the karstic terrain formed in the limestone areas, known as the pseudo-karstic because its sandstone and aggregates. The natural factors have been carved out and formed the lands of Danxia over the past 500,000 years, leading to an average height of 0.87 meters every 10,000 years. While the rock walls of Danxia are formed of red sandstone, the water flows down through the cracks, helping to corrode sedimentary rocks.