3. Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska
While all of the other destinations are amazing, this one won’t be with us forever. Mendenhall Glacier, located in Juneau, Alaska, is over 13 miles long, but it’s rapidly melting due to climate change.
2. Blue Lagoon, Iceland
The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa located in a lava field. The water is turned a light turquoise color due to all of the minerals. Some believe this water has heeling power.
1. Bengali Cave in Algarve, Portugal
This hidden beach cave, located in Algarve, Portugal, is only accessible by boat from the sea. Because of it’s remote location, it usually lacks tourists. Absolutely incredible!