10 Places To Visit That Are So Whimsical It's Hard To Believe They Exist
The only solution: Go see these sights with your own eyes.
Perhaps Dr. Seuss spotted one of these trees as he created his illustrations, because they look surprisingly cartoonish and similar to the trees in his work. Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California is filled with the trees, which live for about 150 years.
This surreal salt flat is the world's largest, with 4,500 square miles of land, salt mounds and the occasional wild ostrich spotting. Found in southwestern Bolivia, the reflective Salar is known for causing optical illusions that make tiles of salt seem endless and the sky seem underfoot.
This clothing-optional beach in northern Spain is essentially an expanse of rock formations. The rough swimming conditions can involve wind and powerful waves — but it's worth visiting to catch a beautiful sunset.
As Iceland's most photographed mountain, Mount Kirkjufell is a stunning site that draws Instagrammers and hikers alike. Found on the north coast of the Snaefellsnes peninsula, the mountain's summit is found 1,500 feet above sea level.
In central Turkey, explore "fairy chimney" formations made of rock that have been formed through the years by solidified volcanic ash, wind and water. The resulting shapes are an intriguing and imaginative sight in Cappadocia.
In Western Australia you'll come across a site seemingly from a cartoon — the sprawling Pink Lake on Middle Island. It's thought that the high levels of algae in the water give it its stunning hue.
A power company made the decision in the 1950s to flood a valley floor in Italy's South Tyrol region. The area, Reschensee, was once home to a village, and while most of it was demolished, a historic church tower was permitted to stay. Today, it peeks above the water with an air of mystery .
The highest mountain in the Bavarian Forest, Arber Mountain showcases stunning scenery all year long. Known for incredible sunsets and sunrises, its snow-covered trees (covered in so much powder, in fact, it nearly looks like a cartoon) create a picturesque background for skiers and snowboarders.
In northwestern New Mexico, you'll find the Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah Badlands, which feature incredible rock formations (many look like they're balancing other rocks) and fossils. Embrace the serenity of the region with cross-country hiking — the Badlands are a non-motorized area with no trails.
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