Navagio Beach, or Shipwreck Beach, can be found on the Northwest side of Zakynthos Island, which is in turn off the West coast of Greece. Because the isolated beach is home to the wrecked smuggler ship Panagiotis it is also referred to as Smuggler’s Cove.
Mount Roraima rises from the mist on the border between Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana. This towering sandstone mesa, or tepui, juts nearly 9,100 feet (2,770 meters) out of the Amazon forest in a remote region where hundreds of these islands of rock tower over the landscape.
Easter Island is an isolated Polynesian island located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean. Politically, Easter Island is a special territory of Chile.
The Giant’s Causeway is a magnificent basalt rock formation located on Ireland’s northeast coast. The tops of the incredible hexagonal basalt columns form stepping stones to the ocean. The Giant’s Causeway is preserved as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a National Nature Reserve in Ireland.
The beautiful and somewhat eerie ruins of Kilchurn Castle lie on the northeastern shore of Loch Awe in Scotland. Its construction dating back to the 15th century, Kilchurn Castle was originally built on a tiny island.
Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Zanzibar archipelago possesses rich marine resources that have been poorly exploited compared to neighboring coastline on the mainland of East Africa. Its marine habitat consisting of coral reefs, sea-grass beds, mangroves and sandy beaches harbors a diversity of vertebrate and invertebrate species.
The main building of the temple — Daibutsu den, which houses a statue of Buddha of 16 meters, is impressive, from ever point you are admired: from the central gate — Tyumon, where facade of the building suddenly fills all the space before the eyes of stunned visitors, or from the opposite side, where his powerful silhouette can be seen in the gaps between the stretching to the sun long, slender pines.
The stunning Cook Islands are a tropical paradise located deep in the South Pacific Ocean. The Cook Islands are self-governing and are in free association with New Zealand which lies to the southwest. Also nearby are French Polynesia (including the islands of Moorea and Bora Bora) and American Samoa.
Monastery Ostrog, a miracle build by nature and human interactions, carved almost in its entirety in a vertical mountain cliff, is today the pearl of Montenegrin spiritualism that is annually visited by more then a hundred thousand pilgrims from around the world and of all religions.