Feeling uninspired when it comes to your travel plans? We know the feeling. Sure, you could take a quick trip to the beach this year for spring break—but you’ve done that before. You could head over to Europe for some backpacking and city site seeing—but how many other people in your news feed also have a profile pic with the Eiffel Tower?
If you’re in a travel-inspo rut, we have just the thing to get you seriously wanderlusting again.
Head somewhere COMPLETELY unexpected.
Check out these 10 beautiful, totally surreal places that you absolutely have to see in this lifetime. The best part? You probably didn’t even know these places existed. You’re welcome.
1.) Marble Caves, Chile
The Marble Caves in Lake General Carrera in Chile are thousands of years old, and ridiculously breathtaking. Grab your bathing suit, and explore these caverns!
2.) Lake Hillier, Australia
Lake Hillier, in Australia, maintains this pink hue all year. It’ll even stay pink if you scoop some water up into a bottle as a souvenir!
3.) Dongchuan Red Land, China
The Dongchuan Red Land in Xintian, China, has some seriously vibrant soil and plant life. Don’t forget your camera!
4.) Scuba Diving, French Polynesia
Get ready for the world’s best scuba diving. We’re not exaggerating! Head over to French Polynesia to see dolphins, manta rays, and more—plus, they have oysters that create black pearls!
5.) Giola, Greece
Do some hiking in the Astris region of Greece, and point your compass toward Giola. When you get there, slip out of your hiking boots, and jump into this natural pool.
6.) Silfra Fissure, Iceland
Want to scuba dive between two continents? Head over to the the Silfra fissure, within Iceland’s Thingvellir National Park, where you can swim between Europe and North America. Bonus points: This is the only place in the world where you can swim bi-continentally!
7.) Huacachina, Peru
If some adventurous sand boarding is on your agenda, take a trip to Huacachina, a desert oasis located about five hours outside of Lima, Peru.
8.) Semuc Champey, Guatemala
Go swimming in Guatemala’s Semuc Champey, where you’ll find a limestone bridge connecting several natural pools, tucked away inside the jungle.
9.) Namaqualand, South Africa/Namibia
Welcome to Namaqualand, an arrid region covering Namibia and South Africa. The area is famous for its orange daisies in the springtime.
10.) Door to Hell, Turkemistan
Scientists inadvertently tapped into this cavern of natural gas in Derweze, Turkmenistan, and it hasn’t stopped burning since. These days, it’s ominously called the Door to Hell. *shiver*
Which of these places would you most like to visit? Let us know in the comments below![h/t to Business Insider]