Bored of sunning it in Costa Del Sol? Or do you just fancy a new adventure? Whether you're an intrepid traveller or a conventional holidaymaker, these 23 more unusual destinations will spark fresh inspiration for your next trip!
1. Zhangjiajie National Park, China
Marvel at these dramatic rock formations while walking over one of the world's longest glass bridges!
2. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Visit the largest salt flat on earth, created by the prehistoric lakes which evaporated centuries ago.
3. Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Check out one of the seven natural wonders of the earth! The falls are surrounded by Zambezi National Park, home to white rhinos and elephants.
4. Marble Caves of Chile Chico, Chile
Formed by waves washing up against the rocks, the fusion of blue shades on the cave walls reflect the water of the lake, which changes colour depending on water levels and time of year.
5. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil
Located on Brazil's north Atlantic coast, this distinctive park is a vast desert landscape of imposing white sand dunes. Eerily quiet, there is almost no vegetation here.
These striking coloured terraces can be seen in May, September and October during harvest
7. Saliny w Maras, Peru
This complex has over 5000 salinis, creating this breathtaking view. The salt was cultivated by the Incas and continues in this region today.
8. Raja Ampat Islands, Indonesia
One of the most beautiful spots on earth for diving! The archipelago consists of 1800 islands, of which only 35 are inhabited.
9. Nā Pali, Hawaii
These dramatic cliffs dominate the Hawaiian skyline at up to 1200m above sea level! You can reach this awesome National Park by foot or helicopter.
10. Lodowiec Vatnajökull, Iceland
The second largest glacier in Europe dominates 8% of Iceland itself.
11. Hillier Lake, Australia
It's no mystery why this rosey spectacle is often referred to as "Pink Lake"! The lake owes its vivid colour to the algae and microbes which feed on the salt.
12. Semuc Champey, Guatemala
This tranquil scene is made up from naturally formed pools on a river, with a beautiful turquoise sheen.
13. Angel Falls, Venezuela
Standing at an impressive 979m, Angel Falls is the tallest waterfall in the world.
14. Antelope Canyon, USA
One of the most frequently visited canyons in the world, this stunning sight can be found in Arizona.
15. Cappadocia, Turkey
Volcanic rock called tuff forms a spectacular lunar landscape. Houses and churches have since been carved into these striking rocks.
16. Valle de la Luna, Chile
The Moon Valley is located in the Atacama desert, and is named after its likeness to the surface of the moon.
17. Meteora, Greece
At up to 540m above sea level, these impressive rock massifs are home to 24 orthodox monasteries.
18. Kolukkumalai tea fields, Munnar, India
India is the home of the highest located tea terraces in the whole world - and possibly the most beautiful, too.
19. Great Blue Hole, Belize
This great coral reef in the Carribbean sea can be seen from space!
20. Namib Desert, Gambia
Translating directly to "vast place", this sand is made entirely of deep red and yellow colours.
21. Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
Made of limestone and sandstone, the dramatic Moher Cliffs extend to a total of 8km.
22. Lavender fields in Provence, France
The vibrant purple colour appears from June to August each year.
23. Petra, Jordan
In the ruins of the Nabatean city, you will find the As-Sik; intricate buildings carved out of rock.
Which one of these breathtaking destinations will you be visiting?