Top 8 Colorful Scenes Worth Traveling For In The World

1. Christmas Island, Australia

The Territory of Christmas Island was named “Christmas Island” because it was discovered on Christmas Day in 1643 and now it has more than 2,000 residents living on the northern tip of the island. The mass immigration of a large number of red crabs to the sea to lay their eggs in the ocean becomes an incredible sight of the island each year. The immigration lasts about a few weeks

2. Lake Nakuru, Kenya

Lake Nakuru National Park is one of Kenya’s National Parks found in Central Kenya, located 90 miles northwest of Nairobi. It is famous as “the bird watcher’s paradise” since visitors can enjoy the picturesque scenes Lake Nakuru National Park is also the paradise for a wide ecologically diverse creatures including flamingos as well as other water birds. You can also expect both the black and white Rhinoceros there.

3. Mallory Square, Key West, Florida

Mallory Square is located on the waterfront of the city of Key West’s historic Old Town, which is adjacent to the cruise ship port. It is famous for the “Sunset Celebration” attracting hundreds of visitors watching the glowing red sun sinking into the Gulf of Mexico horizon. The nightly festival invites visitors from all over the world including the magicians, jugglers, clowns, psychics, local musicians, food vendors, all of which combining the incredible cultural experience.

4. The Lubéron, France

The Lubéron, located in the middle of Provence in the south of France, is composed of three mountain ranges, the Little Luberon, the Big Luberon and the Oriental Luberon. It is famous world-widely because of its outstanding natural beauty with olive groves, scenery valleys, as well as the numerous beautiful medieval hilltop villages.

5. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada

Located near downtown Yellowknife, Aurora Village is the best choice for aurora-viewing in Canada for its maximum comfort for visitors to see Aurora in the extreme weather of the north. There are also other outdoor activities including sliding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and much more.

6. Erg Chebbi Dunes, Morocco

Erg Chebbi Dunes is said to be piled up by God as the punishment for refusing a worn out traveler from Sahara desert. Erg Chebbi Dunes is one of the most splendid views of Morocco and attracting numerous visitor each year. Its views vary on a different hour, and the most magnificent scene shows at sunrise and sunset.

7. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming

Grand Prismatic Spring, situated in Yellowstone National Park, is one of the largest hot springs approximately 160 feet in deep in the world. It was noted by a group of trappers “boiling lake” for its vivid colour matching the rainbow. To view the Grand Prismatic Spring, you can hike up to the Midway Bluff to view the Midway Basin and the spectacular hot spring. In the summer, the spring has a tendency of becoming orange and red, while, in the winter, it turns to be dark green.

8. Caño Cristales, Colombia

Caño Cristales usually called the “River of Five Colors” or the “Liquid Rainbow”, is considered as one of the most picturesque rivers because of its radiant color. The Caño Cristales season begins the mid-May and ends the start of December and the best time for visitors is from June to mid-December. The river displays several colors from deep green to red, back to green then to dark orange, all combining the psychedelic colours with the deep blue of the river’s waters.

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