Xkeken Cenote, Mexico Photograph by John Stanmeyer, National Geographic This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features The Maya believed natural wells, such as the Xkeken cenote in Mexico’s Yucatán, led to the underworld.
Firefall Yosemite - A small, ephemeral waterfall that flows over the eastern edge of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley. For two weeks in February, the setting sun striking the waterfall creates a deep orange glow that resembles Yosemite's historic "Firefall.
Xcaret’s underground rivers are part of a large cave system that forms deep under the surface of the Yucatan peninsula in Cancun, Mexico. Mike and I LOVED Xcaret! This river was amazing and so relaxing!
Sliding Rock, NC: A Favorite Natural Mountain Waterfall in the Pisgah National Forest, near Asheville NC. 60 ft flat boulder used as a waterslide, and an 8 ft deep pool. This is a fun family friendly activity.
Go to the netherlands. Moses Bridge, as its name suggests, is pedestrian bridge that creates the illusion of walking through water — in the West-Brabant waterline near Fort de Roovere in the Netherlands. Designed by RO & AD Architects.
Ik-Kil Cenote, Mexico I have been here! It was beautiful! Swimmers float in the saphirre waters of the Ik-Kil cenote, near the Maya site of Chichén Itzá in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. Cenote means "natural well" in Spanish.
Aogashima Island, Japan - 青ヶ島 日本 while located in the Philippine Sea, is a volcanic Japanese island. The name Aogashima literally means 'blue island' and is technically part of Tokyo despite being located over 200 miles from central Tokyo.
The thermal pools of Hierapolis: now think of taking a bath in an ancient pool, into sparkling water sitting on a piece of a fallen column that was standing there in times you studied in your history books. Just amazing.
Tahiti honeymoon, French Polynesia Tahiti is also known as "The Island of Love". Renowned for its black sand beaches and crystal-clear lagoons, Tahiti comprises 118 islands and atolls, which are officially designated as French Polynesia.