Relieve Boredom, Visit 5 Unknown Places in the World for Picnics

Everyone wants to explore the world and visit beautiful sites, especially if this place contains history, virgin forests, and white sand beaches with minimal humans.

Planning for a picnic by visiting a place that is not famous in the world, for example ‘a hidden paradise on Earth, is everyone’s dream.

But with so many locations to visit, where should you start? Here is a list of the 9 most extraordinary places that you can visit in the world, as quoted from Top Tenz, Friday (05/17/2019).

  • Beach near Mersa Matruh – Egypt

Mersa Matruh is Egypt’s main tourist resort and serves as a holiday resort for Europeans and also Cairenes who want to leave the capital in the hot summer months.

Flights to the city will be served by Mersa Matruh Airport.

In addition, Mersa Matruh is known for its soft white sand and calm, transparent sea water. This destination is suitable for those of you who are beach lovers.

  • The Dark Hedges – Northern Ireland

The path, lined with beech trees (Nothofagus) on the right and left sides, is the work of a Stuart family planted in the 18th Century.

The Dark Hedges is one of the most photographed natural phenomena in Northern Ireland and is a popular attraction for tourists from all over the world.

This beautiful tree tunnel has been used as the shooting location of the popular television series “Game of Thrones”. Since then, The Dark Hedges has become very popular.

In addition, The Dark Hedges has also been used as a place to take scenes in the film “Transformers: The Last Knight”.

  • Arang Kel, Neelum Valley Valley – Kashmir

A stunning lush green village in the Neelum Valley, Kashmir, is located on a hilltop near Kel, a tourist spot in the Neelam valley of Azad Kashmir and about 1,500 feet from the Neelam River.

This is also a hamlet filled with beautiful natural scenery, refreshing the eyes. Charcoal Kel can be found in Kashmir. The main destination for tourists is generally to the Neelum Valley.

Arang Kel, also known as Pearl of Neelum Valley or Mutiara Lembah Neelum. The trip can be reached for 30-45 minutes from Arang Kel.

  • Cliffs of Fjaðrárglujúfur – Iceland

Fjaðrárgljúfur is a canyon in southeast Iceland which reaches a depth of 100 m and is about 2 kilometers long, with the Fjaðrá river flowing past it.

This place is located near Ring Road, not far from the village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur. The cliff is created by progressive erosion in which the flow of water from the glacier crosses rocks and palagonite (the result of interactions between water and melted basalt – dark, fine-grained frozen rock, which is generally a freeze of volcanoes) for thousands of years.

  • Havasu Falls – Grand Canyon National Park

Havasu Waterfall is ‘paradise’ on Earth. This waterfall is located in a remote Arizona gorge. Spectacular waterfalls and remote communities that live in Havasupai Indian Reservation, attract thousands of visitors every year.

The Havasupai tribe is closely connected with water and soil. This turquoise waterfall is something sacred to them.

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