17 Breathtaking Destinations Only For The Brave Travelers


17 Breathtaking Destinations Only For The Brave Travelers

It is time to confess that not all of us are courageous tourists. In fact, some people even get dizzy looking down from the fifth floor or are afraid of mice and insects. But there's an opinion that the best results and most enjoyable times we have are when we face our fears.

If you do not believe us, here are 17 incredible places that will strike your fancy.

1. Maybe she will show up on the other side of the planet.

Kayla Bloomquist (@always_be_blooming) on

This place is famous as Jacob’s Well and located in Texas, US. Its deepest explored point is approximately 140 feet. The well has a reputation of being one among the most dangerous diving spots in the world. So it's better to stay away from its deep dark caves if you want to visit this place.

2. New worlds open if we're ready to explore them.

Travis Burke (@travisburkephotography) on

We wish that we could take a walk like this! Mirror Lake in Indonesia is meromictic. That means that water layers in it don't mix. The top layer is crystal clear and cool while the bottom layer is green, warm, and salty.

3. “I've seen this place in my dreams.”

Quin (@everchanginghorizon) on

Cenote Ik-Kil in Mexico looks magnificent. Its history is intriguing as well. The Mayans considered it a sacred place and archaeologists and speleologists discovered bones and jewelry in its deep waters.

4. We think that this experience should be on everybody’s bucket list.

Travis Burke (@travisburkephotography) on

If you forget how small we actually are sometimes, you can try swimming with whale sharks at Derawan Island in Indonesia. The size of these creatures is about the same as a bus. And luckily, whale sharks feed on plankton and have absolutely no interest in people.

5. “Being inside an underwater cave on a single breath of air both terrifies and exhilarates me.”

Travis Burke (@travisburkephotography) on

Unless there are any breathtaking pictures on your Instagram yet, we suggest that you visit Hawaii. All you need is to be courageous enough and stay cool “when the swell is building, and the waves start tossing you around inside the caves.”

6. Sail away from the safe harbor into the unknown.

Eric Rubens (@erubes1) on

This cave is situated near Pula, Croatia. Some call it “Pigeon’s Cave.” It has become popular online, and somebody gave detailed instructions on how to find it. Don't forget to take a flashlight if you want to go inside, people say it is very helpful.

7. Who doesn't want to see the sunrise here?

Travis Burke (@travisburkephotography) on

At Overhanging Rock near Glacier Point, in Yosemite National Park, you will be able to touch the sky. It's perched 3,200 feet over the valley and attracts tourists from all over the world to take their “I was there” photos.

8. “Imagine thousands of sardines swimming around you, would you enjoy it?”

KATE & OLLY | TRAVEL COUPLE (@kotravellers) on

“The dark cloud ahead of us would catch a ray of sunshine and reveal a patch of the tiny, densely swimming fish. Soon enough we would be face to face with more than one million of these tiny flittering fish.” If you do not simply want to read about other’s experiences, but wish to see the Sardine Run with your own eyes, consider heading to Moalboal.

9. “It is easy to see from above.”

Shalee Blackmer (@shaleewanders) on

Here's one more place to stun you with its view. It is situated in Sedona, Arizona. There are a lot of rock formations; the famous Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock are among them.

10. “Anyone up for a dip?”

Antoine Janssens (@antoinejans) on

We're sure there are people that would like to repeat this shot. It was made at Lac Lioson in Switzerland. If you're already buying your ticket, don’t forget to pack the tools to create a hole like this.

11. A winding road into the darkness...

17 Breathtaking Destinations Only For The Brave Travelers

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If you're not afraid of dark and enclosed spaces, this will be a worthy experience. Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico impresses people with its majesty and mystery. That's one of the oldest and most famous cave systems on our planet. There are enormous chambers filled with varied fantastic speleothems.

12. You can look into the soul of our planet.

Antoine Janssens (@antoinejans) on

We believe that's a place where the Snow Queen might live. These huge ice cracks and waves can be seen in Skaftafell, Iceland. Would you be scared to look down?

13. When you want to be alone for a while.

✨ Christy Woodrow ✨ (@ordinarytraveler) on

Ever feel like being alone? We discovered a place that is going to astonish you with its peacefulness. You can find pure silence in this place near the Canadian city of Alberta. Bluewater and green trees will sing you a fresh lullaby, accompanied by the wind.

14. “Looking down into its heart and walking along the crater was one of the most surreal moments...”

J E N N Y (@awaywithjenny) on

The Earth is so alive. There's an excellent opportunity to find confirmation of this in Indonesia. Would you have the courage to look down into an active volcano? Mount Bromo is 7,641 ft high and covers curious tourists with ash, from head to toe.

15. We feel like the Earth is looking at us.

17 Breathtaking Destinations Only For The Brave Travelers

© U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) / Wikimedia Commons

The Earth’s eye was spotted in Beliz. It is called the Great Blue Hole, and it's a “must-dive” for thousands of brave tourists around the world. The hole is circular, over 984 ft across and 410 ft deep.

16. “Catch the trade winds in your sails.”

Isa💖💖 (@_bella4u._) on

Ruby (@rubixcube_) on

Is there anybody who didn't like swinging in childhood? Over time we probably all outgrew it, but no need to feel sad about that. There's a swing with a stunning view at the Pichincha Volcano. Would you be afraid to climb this one? It is safe.

17. Do you want to feel like the plaything of some monster?

Todd Eldridge (@toddyeldridge) on

We'd never think that people might seek out these experiences, but there are no limits to people’s craziness. If you're eager to share an underwater environment with a Saltwater crocodile who could be about three times bigger than you, you are welcome to visit Crocosaurus Cove in Australia.

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Thinking Humanity: 17 Breathtaking Destinations Only For The Brave Travelers
17 Breathtaking Destinations Only For The Brave Travelers
It is time to confess that not all of us are courageous tourists.
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