1. The Pearl Waterfall, Jiuzhaigou Valley, China
Pearl Shoal Waterfall is located in Aba-Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture in northern Sichuan Province.
2. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park, Traverse City, Michigan
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is a United States National Lakeshore located along the northwest coast of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan in Leelanau and Benzie counties.
3. Spirit Island, Magligne Lake, Alberta, Canada
Spirit Island is a tiny tied island in Maligne Lake in Jasper National Park.
4. Reykjavik, Iceland
Reykjavik is the capital and largest city of Iceland and is said to be one of the friendliest cities on earth.
5. Rice Field Terraces in Yunnan, China
The terraced fields were mostly built about 650 years ago and are located along the slope winding from the riverside up to the mountain top.
6. Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island, Hong Kong
260 steps will lead you up to this immense Buddha made of bronze, with carved bell, museum and relics inside.
7. Dunluce Castle, Bushmills, Ireland
This is a medieval castle that was built by Richard de Burgh an Anglo-Norman knight. In 1628, the castle fell into the ocean due to coastal erosion and has been abandoned ever since.
8. Rocky Village, Vernazza, Italy
Vernazza is part of the Cinque Terre region and is fourth town heading north. It has no car traffic, and remains one of the truest “fishing villages” on the Italian Riviera.
9. Lower Lewis River Falls, Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington, USA
The Lewis River is a tributary on the Columbia River and is 95 miles long.
10. Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Fort White, Florida
Ichetucknee Springs State Park is a 2,241-acre Florida State Park, located four miles northwest of Fort White.
11. Minnehaha Falls Cave in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Minnehaha Falls is a 53-foot waterfall located in Minneapolis, MN. During the extremely cold winter months, the falls freeze, and a dramatic cascade of ice forms that can last until spring.
12. Cenotes in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
The Yucatan is covered with cenotes, which are natural sinkholes resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes water underneath.
13. Hells Canyon, Idaho, United States
Hells Canyon is a 10-mile wide canyon, located along the border of Eastern Oregon and Western Idaho. Activities you can find here include fishing, jet boat tours, hunting, hiking, camping and whitewater sports.