#TravelTuesday is trending on Twitter and of course that has meant we’ve spent our afternoon daydreaming about leaving our desks and jetting off to some of the most unreal travel destinations in the world.

So we’ve rounded up just a small selection of some of the most amazing places in the world that almost look too good to be true.

 

Sea of Stars, Maldives

When bioluminescent phytoplankton are stressed they emit light, which in turn causes this amazing starry sight in the sea.

 

A photo posted by L I N D A (@_lindaalbert) on

 

Pig Beach, Bahamas

These piggies live freely on the uninhabited island of Big Major Cay and tourists can spend their days swimming in the sea and sunbathing on the beach with them.          

 

 

The Great Blue Hole, Belize

At 984ft the Great Blue Hole is pretty deep. The hole is a massive submarine sinkhole off the coast of Belize, that is one of the world’s best diving sites.

 

 

Glow Worm Caves, New Zealand

The glowworms can light up even the gloomiest of caves in Waitomo, New Zealand.        

 

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Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Bolivia is home to the world’s largest salt flats and when it rains the water makes it look like one gigantic mirror.

 

  

Kjeragbolten, Norway

This rather large boulder is located in the Kjerag mountain in Norway. The boulder is wide enough for you to stand on and it’s located 3,228ft off of the ground (yikes, definitely don’t want to look down when you climb on this).      

 

A photo posted by Matthew (@matteu312) on

 

Door To Hell, Turkmenistan

This amazing sight was created when scientists had the idea of burning up this gas field to prevent noxious gas from escaping, they thought this would burn out in a couple of days, oh how wrong they were! That was more than 40 years ago and it shows no sign of burning out…        

 

  A photo posted by @beautiful_landscapes1 on

 

Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China

These stunning rock pillars formed as a result of physical erosion and inspired the floating Hallelujah Mountains seen in the film Avatar.    

 

 

Trolltunga, Norway

Trolltunga translated from Norwegian translates as troll’s tongue and perfectly describes this piece of rock that juts out over this spectacular view.      

 

A photo posted by Mitt Norge (@mittnorge) on

 

Antelope Canyon, Arizona

These canyon walls are an absolute must see if visiting Arizona, such beautiful natural wonder.

 

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