Seljalandsfoss Falls, Iceland - Seljalandsfoss is located between Selfoss and Skogafoss on the Southern Ring Road down to Vik. This picturesque waterfall plummets two hundred feet to a deep pool below. Visitors can hike around the pool to the back of the falls.
Jacob's Well, just outside of Austin. It is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas and an artesian spring.
20 places to go camping before you die- Pictured Rocks National Lake shore made the list!!
Footbridge Waterfall, Zhangjiajie, Hunan, China - Double click on the photo to get or sell a travel itinerary to #China
I'm infatuated with the greenery of Ireland one day I will visit!!
why have I not heard of this?? TEXAS! The Narrows. Upper south side of Lake Travis near the community of Spicewood. From Austin take Texas 71, turn north on Spur 191, and proceed approximately one mile to Spicewood. Continue traveling north 1.1 miles on Burnet County Road 410 to CR 411, which is a gravel road. Proceed approximately 1.5 miles north to the entrance for the Narrows Recreation Area. Woohoo...so going!
Giethoorn, Netherlands. The village with no roads.
Maya Bay, Thailand
Heaven’s Gate, Tianmen Mountain, China. "It’s about a 7 mile hike/climb to get to Heaven’s Gate. But if you make the journey, then you end up to what the Chinese say is the Closest Earth Landmark To God. For those who aren’t afraid of heights, they have a cable car that is considered the longest cable ride in the world. A distance of 7455m and 1279m heights. But as soon as you get to the top you still have to climb up the steps to get to "Heaven's Gate.” Also on the top is a 500 year old temple"
Zhangjiajie City, China. "heavens gate"
#4 Next travel destination......St Lucia! It was my dream to get married on St Lucia, we however settled for Puerto Vallarta instead. Hopefully when our children (Ethan 4, Caleb 3, Allie 1, & Malia 2 mon) are a little older my husband and I can celebrate an anniversary there scuba diving and taking in the breathtaking views of the Pitons! #nursesprn
Butchart Gardens near Victoria, British Columbia. Around 100 years ago Jennie Butchart, the wife of a Portland Cement magnate, decided to turn their exhausted quarry pit into a sunken garden. The original garden was completed in 1921 Today, over a million bedding plants a year are used throughout the gardens and over a million visitors visit Butchart Gardens annually.