After a week of daily blogging, I finally finished my assignment. Working in this page not only let me to discover this indescribable places and present them, but I also learned to manage a blog. This wasn’t just to write about a topic, but to know what audience you want to reach and how to present it. It required planning and thinking. Despite of what I learned, it also served of great experience. After all, knowledge is power.
In this blog, I presented 7 breathtaking not-so-famous places. I want you to visit all of them. Don’t let anybody tell you the story, be the first to witness this incredible panoramas.
Here’s a recap:
The Sea of Stars is a beach/fluorescent plankton due to a series of microorganisms called dinoflagellates who then produce the bioluminescence. It is located in the Vaadhoo Island, Maldives. The Maldives is not only known for the Sea of Stars that you enjoy at night, it is also recognized by its white sand beaches, coral coast, crystal clear water and tropical habitat.
The Mendenhall Glacier is 12 mile long glacier in the Mendenhall Valley. It is recognized by the impressive caves it carries inside called the Ice Caves. To reach this caves, you will have to kayak, hike and climb the glacier. The caves were the product of Global Warming as the glacier started to melt.
Test your adrenaline and fear in the Camino de Rey. The “Camino de Rey” or known in English as The King’s little pathway is a footpath pinned along the footbridge that crosses the call the way to Malaga. The pathway is a suspension bridge about 3 kilometer long and 1 meter wide at the narrowest. Through time, the lack of maintenance has deteriorated the road. Right now, the passage is closed, but it will be opening for general public in 2015.
Blue Hole is a large underwater sinkhole with a diameter of almost 1000 feet and a depth of 480 feet. It is found in the center of Lighthouse Reef that lies 45 miles from Belize City. It is one of the most astonishing dive sites on earth. The dives are only for those who have experience so it isn’t recommended for newbies. Newbies can enjoy the corals and can snorkel all along the area.
To Sua Ocean Trench is an enclosed natural swim area with clear water surrounded by a forest. It is a 30 meter deep in pool located in Lotofaga village, Samoa. This magical place is perfect to take a bath and relax. The water isn’t deep and the panorama is great. It is best to visit from May to November where the weather is dry. There is a fee of 15$.
Lake Louise is one of Canada’s natural wonders in the Canadian Rockies. It is a crystal clear laket. Around the lake there is a path the goes that ascends through the mountains and leads you to the majestic site of the 6 glaciers. The town of Banf is a live one. There are hotels, restaurants, historical sites, and museums that preserve the history of the mountains.
The Huang Shan Mountains (Yellow Mountain) are a mountain range in southern Anhui province in eastern China. It’s well known for its beautiful sunsets, the shaped peaks and the incredible panorama. It’s one of the top tourism places of China. There is a taping cable car where you can enjoy the view from the height, takes pictures, en joy the breathtaking panorama. There are also a path the goes along the side of the mountain. The touristic area has hotels, restaurants, shows, tours and a lot more.