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15 Places That Look Like They're On Another Planet - Condé Nast Traveler

20 Places That Look Like They're On Another Planet

Wulingyuan Scenic Area: Zhangjiajie, China Scenic might be an understatement: This attraction contains thousands of sandstone pillars that are nature's version of skyscrapers—some even stretch taller than the Empire State Building's midpoint.

With fairy pools and bright green hills, the magical Isle of Skye is the stuff dreams are made of (regardless of whether you've binge-watched Outlander yet).

The 50 Most Beautiful Places in the World

Isle of Skye: Scotland With fairy pools and bright green hills, the magical Isle of Skye is the stuff dreams are made of (regardless of whether you've binge-watched Outlander yet).

Trunk Bay, St. John, USVI

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Start planning your tropical getaway now—these are the world's most beautiful island beaches, according to Condé Nast Traveler readers in our latest Readers' Choice Awards survey.

These otherworldly landscapes and awe-inspiring natural wonders need to move to the very top of your travel bucket list.

The 50 Most Beautiful Places in the World

Painted Cliffs: Maria Island, Tasmania Tasmania's Maria Island is a motherlode of fascinating geology, including the swirling, Triassic-era limestone of the Painted Cliffs.

“Emerging” can be a tricky word, especially when it comes to describing destinations. One American traveler may say, “Montenegro is the next Italy—everyone should go!” and a European may reply that they’ve been visiting Montenegro for years. But whether a city or region is just hitting its stride—with an influx of hotels and Airbnbs, chefs and artists, even a cultural movement that couldn’t happen anywhere else—or just getting a sense of it, here are 14 destinations we’re excited about in…

14 Emerging Destinations Around the World

“Emerging” can be a tricky word, especially when it comes to describing destinations. One American traveler may say, “Montenegro is the next Italy—everyone should go!” and a European may reply that they’ve been visiting Montenegro for years. But whether a city or region is just hitting its stride—with an influx of hotels and Airbnbs, chefs and artists, even a cultural movement that couldn’t happen anywhere else—or just getting a sense of it, here are 14 destinations we’re excited about in…

Torres del Paine | dances with llamas

Torres del Paine

Cuernos del Paine and Pehoe Lake, Patagonia, Chile.I expect a couple of hobbits, a wizard, a ranger and an elf any second.

O Parque Nacional Canaima tem uma combinação perfeita entre magia e realidade, com suas impressionantes formações milenares chamadas de Tepuy. Seus inumeráveis rios, quedas d’água, lagoas, selvas e savanas distribuídas como um mar verde, nos enfeitiçam à medida em que o visitamos. Nesta dádiva da natureza, encontramos uma floresta bastante interessante, compondo uma fauna rica em espécies endêmicas (exclusiva deste ambiente), que vivem em harmonia com os indígenas da etnia pemon. Sua…

Salto Angel, a maior cachoeira do mundo

Volcanic Island, Aogashima, Japan

Increíbles lugares del planeta tierra !!

Aogashima Island, Japan - 青ヶ島 日本 while located in the Philippine Sea, is a volcanic Japanese island. The name Aogashima literally means 'blue island' and is technically part of Tokyo despite being located over 200 miles from central Tokyo.

We asked our readers to rate their favorite cities in the world for arts and culture—centers of music and dance, museums and theater, where iconic design and classical concertos were born. The cities that made the cut are both no-brainers and surprises. Counting down...

The World's Best Cities for Arts and Culture

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