21. To Sua Ocean Trench in the Lotofaga village on the south coast of Upolu, Samoa
To Sua is a giant hole in Lotofaga that was converted into a swimming pool with water flowing through a lava-tube tunnel.
22. Bamboo groves of Arashiyama in Kyoto, Japan
Often referred to as the “Bamboo Forest,” this tree-lined path is popular for walks and bicycle rides on a nice day.
23. Glowworm Caves in Waitomo, New Zealand
This specific spot in the Waitomo Caves is known as the Glowworm Grotto, a place where glowworms create a starry effect on the ceilings. This species is exclusively found in New Zealand and is around the size of a mosquito.
24. Haiku Stairs of Oʻahu in Hawaii, United States
Stairway to Heaven is a steep hiking trail that is technically closed to the public, but many people continue to climb despite “No Trespassing” signs.
25. Volcanoes of Kamchatka in Russia
This large chain of volcanoes sits on the Kamchatka Peninsula, with 19 of them still active. The highest volcano is Klyuchevskaya Sopka, standing at almost 16,000 feet high.
26. Cenotes of Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico
These sinkholes in Mexico were formed during the ice age and were held sacred by the Mayans.
27. Kelimutu crater lakes in Flores Island, Indonesia
The westernmost lake is called the Lake of Old People and is usually blue, and the other two are called the Lake of Young Men and Maidens and Bewitched or Enchanted Lake, which are typically green and red, respectively. The colors vary on a periodic basis and have become a popular tourist destination.