10 Hidden And Magical Places To Go On A Holiday

Travelling is one of the best ways of understanding the world. It’s during the holidays that most people can travel around the world to enjoy some time in vacation, and if you’re down for some unforgettable moments, there are many “fairy tale” destinations that’ll blow your mind.

From breathtaking landscapes to unusual romantic destinations, there are some great hidden and magical places that you’ll not regret visiting. While visiting all the magical destinations is impossible, you can try visiting some, which is why we’ve simplified things by compiling this list of some great destinations you can visit.

Here are 10 hidden and magical places to go on a holiday:

1. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China

Zhangjiajie Wulingyuan

Zhangjiajie cliff mountain at Wulingyuan Hunan China

Located in the Hunan province of China, the Zhangjiajie park is a place that’s straight out of a science fiction movie. There are over 3000 pillar-like formations covered in some vegetation rising, forming a unique landscape.

There’s also a glass bridge that stretches across the valley at 300 meters or 950 ft above the ground. Thus, this is a place you won’t regret visiting, especially if you’re an adrenaline junkie.

2. Louisiana Swamps

The mysterious swamps of Louisiana, USA are famous for their diversity of animal and plant life. There’s a lot to enjoy in the swamps–from the beauty of the swamps, untouched nature, driving boats through water covered in moss, kayaking to close interactions with alligators.

To book a tour for an adventurous experience, visit some New Orleans swamp tours website online.

3. Tunnel Of Love, Klevan, Ukraine

Tunnel of love

The tunnel of love is a section of a railway line, which is 3 to 5 kilometers long, surrounded by green arches. The rail track portrays a romantic setting, hence the word the tunnel of love.

If you have someone special in mind to take a walk along the amazing railway, this is the go-to place. Just remember that a train still passes through.

4. Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia, Turkey

Hot air balloons flying in sunset sky Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia is another place with a fascinating landscape. The area is well known for its fairy chimneys and cone-shaped formations that create a view that seems unreal. A view of this place will make you feel like you’re on another planet.

To fully enjoy the scenery, you can take a hot air balloon and fly over the gorgeous landscape.

5. The Giant’s Causeway, Ireland

Giant’s Causeway

This causeway is a coastline consisting of over 40,000 hexagonal columns. This phenomenon is believed to be caused by volcanic activity that happened years ago, but some tales say that it was built by an Irish giant.

While many theories are surrounding its occurrence, that shouldn’t stop you from visiting this amazing coastline.

6. To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa

To Sua Ocean Trench

If you like swimming, be sure to visit this trench as it’s one of the most unique places you can swim in. The trench is about 30 meters deep and is surrounded by green plant life, creating breathtaking views.
The only entry point to the trench is a ladder, or you can dive in if you’re ready for some diving action.

7. Hobbiton, New Zealand

Hobbiton, New Zealand

We always see these places in movies, but how about we see them in real life? This village in Hobbiton is where famous movies, like The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings, was filmed. The houses in the movies are still there and you can even visit Bilbo’s house.

It’ll surely be an unforgettable experience to be in a place that you can see in a movie.

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8. The Dark Hedges, Ireland

The Dark Hedges, Ireland

The Dark Hedges is another movie filming destination that’s seen in ‘Game of Thrones.’ Trees along this road were planted by a family to create an impressive landscape. Years later, it has turned to an attraction site.
It’s best if you visit in the morning or evening because of the breathtaking mystic views.

9. Stone Forest, Madagascar

stone forest

Considered a world heritage site by UNESCO, the stone forest in Madagascar is the largest stone forest in the world. It sits on 700 square miles of land, and its diversity and unique terrain attract a lot of people from around the world.

10. Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is the remains of an archaeologist city that dates back to the 15th century. Built but later abandoned after the Spanish conquest, it’s now famous for its dry-stone walls and panoramic views.
Machu Picchu is one of the most visited places in the world, and it should be in your next traveling plans, especially if you want to experience one of the most beautiful places on earth.


If you haven’t visited these places, you should put them in your travel list as you’ll surely have a memorable time when doing so. You’ll have a great life time experience and you’ll sure live to tell the fairy tales of your visits. As a final tip, you can also learn how to save money while travelling abroad.

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  1. May 10, 2024

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