Don’s stay here if you are afraid of heights this unique resort is made up of a cluster of tree houses that are most famous for their great location for weddings, located just outside of Seattle Washington there are nine tree houses to choose from and the company’s website says their woodsy area is a perfect place to get away from the technology and hectic world that you live in throughout your life. the cost of a tour of the tree houses is 20$ per person by advance appointment only, no walk-ins to preserve the peace tourists that are currently staying in the trees. Their offered activities include Yoga, massages, Tai Chi and even hypnotherapy. Tree house point is the perfect getaway for the nature that has a healthy sense of adventure.
5. Marqueyssac Gardens
Although these picturesque gardens are a local staple in a region of France they are mostly ignored by tourists, because tourists commit the sin of thinking that all there is in France is Paris. The gardens are meticulously maintained and they have been for over 300 years , the focal point of the gardens is a 17th century chateau that was owned by the founder of the gardens. The garden was officially opened to the public in 1996 and they now offer educational events, tours, walking trails and yearly egg hunts for Easter. This is also a great stop for anyone who is enjoying a wine tour because it is situated between the Bordeaux and Rhone wine regions, so it would be a nice little pit stop between the two, while you’re there in the gardens make sure to stop by the restaurant on the grounds for some authentic French cuisine to complete your visit.
4. Waitomo Glowworm Caves
New Zealand is pretty famous for their beautiful natural attractions and this cave looks like something straight out of a fantasy novel. The main feature of the cave is the glow worms, the glow from a form of bioluminescence. This particular species of glow worm can only be found in New Zealand so this is an even more unique attraction. The caves are part of an extensive system that contains more than just the glowworm section, the cave is closely guarded by environmental groups but you can schedule a guided tour that will make you feel like you’re gliding directly under the stars. There is also a visitor center at the entrance that will greet you when you enter the cave.
3. Visby Ringmur
This may not seem that exciting but for anyone interested in history or medieval times this is a gold mine. It’s on the island of Gotland in Scandinavia and it is one of the most well preserved and extensive remaining medieval cities in the world. It was built during the 13th and 14th century and the original city was around 2.2 miles or 3.6 kilometers and 2.14 miles or 3.44 kilometers still stands. The city also originally had 29 massive towers and 22 smaller towers but today only 27 of the giant towers remain and only 9 of the small towers. This site may not have very much modern influence but if you ever wanted to see what medieval cities look like, this is an excellent chance to see it. There are modern conveniences outside of the city anyone who intends to see this great ruin probably won’t be too upset about the walk.
2. Spanish Synagogue
Prague has some pretty incredible tourist attractions as it is, you can add this synagogue on to that list. The temple stands in Jewish town and it is not as ancient as it looks. It was build on what was once the oldest temple, Old School. The original Church was torn down in 1867 when it was decided that the small size was just not functionally sufficient anymore, the new building went up just a year later. The temple is built in a Moorish Revival style which makes it a breathtaking tribute to the ancient style of architecture. The church saw declined during World War Two and 10 years after the war it was given to a museum to be restored but the building was again neglected, in the 1970s before being closed in 1982. The church was revived after the Velvet Revolution which was a revolution that took place in Czechoslovakia during 1989. The synagogue has now been open to the public since 1998 and the beauty of the building is not going to disappoint .
This surreal land mark was actually built by Edward James who was a British poet who was one of the main influences during the surrealist art movement in the 20th century. These giant artistic are 2,000 feet or 610 meters above sea level in the rain forest in Mexico, the site stretches over 80 acres of land and in addition to the mini sculptures there are also pools and waterfalls interlaced in the site, that’s how it got its name Las Pozas means the pools in Spanish. There are also paintings in entire beds of orchids, there were supposedly 29,000 orchids at this location at one point. James also included little homes and exotic animals. The construction took place during 1949 to 1984 and it ended up being more than 5 million to build. The location was bought in 2007 by a foundation plans to restore and maintain the landmark for future generations, this insane work of art may be a little out there but it is a must-see .