Norway's Fjords. Western Norway’s fjords are among the longest, deepest, narrowest and most dramatic in the world — their importance was recognized when two, Geirangerfjord and Næøyfjord, were added in 2005 to the UNESCO World Heritage List. There are various ways to approach the fjords. You also can climb to Pulpit Rock, which overlooks the Lysefjord near Stavanger; you’ll gain 2,000 feet.
Rock pools Canada Located halfway between Ucluelet and Port Alberni, the Rock Pools is a popular tourist attraction for people who want to cool their toes into its icy waters. During sizzling summer days, this place is perfect for sunbathing