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Unique Destination of Winter Travel Places

Do you like to try something new every time you travel? In fact, most travelers do, and there are only a few unique places in the world. Whether it’s an area with no plants or animals at all, a place with impressive mountain formations. Or it simply man-made features. this world, like hotels made of shaved ice. You definitely cannot find all the attractions anywhere else during Global travel.

(1) Rare species of plants and animals in Madagascar

The Republic of Madagascar is an island nation in the Indian Ocean off the southeast coast of Africa. He is so different that he has always been considered unique and mysterious.

Other endemic plants of Socotra include the giant succulent tree Dorstenia gigas, Moraceae, the cucumber tree and the rare Socotra pomegranate. If you love ecotourism, there is no better place on earth than Socotra.

The country has more than 10,000 plant species, 90% of which are found nowhere else in the world. For example, only seven plant families are found here. The largest number of biodiversity hotspots in the world, and only three-quarters of Madagascar’s 960 species of orchids are found there. Various local plants are used as effective herbal remedies for various ailments.

(2) Salta Plains, Argentina

Argentina’s northwestern Salta province is South America’s second largest country by area and is well worth a visit.

The Salt Flats, or Salinas Grandes, is a salt desert in the provinces of Credoba and Santiago del Estero in Argentina, covering an area of ​​approximately 8,290 square kilometers. The salt flats consist of a hexagonal crystalline layer of salt over a large area of ​​water. The area is industrially important for its sodium and potash mines.

The region is surrounded by high mountains and was originally believed to be inhabited by the Inca tribes. Which also offers a unique cultural history.

(3) Mosquito Bay, Puerto Rico

Bioluminescent Mosquito Bay in Vieques, Puerto Rico is one of the world’s few remaining bioluminescent bays and was officially declared the world’s brightest bay by the 2008 Guinness Book of World Records. At night, creatures called Pyrodinium bahamens, or dinoflagellates, which are responsible for this amazing natural phenomenon, glow en masse in a blue-green color like fireflies in the ocean, and you can go in the middle of the bay. And swimming in the star zone is an experience you will never want to miss.

The small and shallow Mosquito Bay is an ideal environment for dinoflagellates, as they can trap and shelter in the bay, making it very bright, and the mangroves surrounding the bay provide them with a perfect diet.

[4] Ice sculptures in Harbin, China

Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang province and the largest city in northeastern China, is the tenth largest city in China. The place is famous for its harsh cold winters with an average temperature of 21.2 °C or -16.8 °C in winter and the place is famous for its beautiful ice sculptures in winter.

The Harbin Ice Festival features full-size glazed buildings made from 2-3 foot thick blocks of clear ice harvested directly from the Songhua River that runs through the city. Winter activities at the festival include downhill skiing, winter swimming in the Songhua River, and an ice lantern exhibition in Chaolin Park.

(5) Volcanoes, geysers and ice hotels in Iceland

Iceland is a European island country located in the North Atlantic Ocean, in the Mid-Atlantic mountain range. It is very geologically active with many volcanoes. It is also home to several geysers, including the geyser from which the English name derives. The famous Stokkur, which erupts every 5-10 minutes.

In addition, there is a growing business in the country’s tourism industry – the art of lodging people for the night in rooms made of sculpted ice. It is renovated every winter as it caters to customers looking for a unique accommodation experience. Nothing beats a night in a sculptural, ice-cold hotel in Jukkasjrvi, Sweden’s oldest and one of the most popular winter travel places.

(6) Dragon’s Blood Tree in Socotra

Socotra, a small archipelago in the Indian Ocean, is located 240 kilometers east of the Horn of Africa. It is isolated and due to its extreme heat and dryness. The island has a unique and wonderful endemic flora. With a third of its flora found nowhere else on the planet. About 307 of Socotra’s 825 plant species are found nowhere else on Earth.



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