Most Colorful Places in the World
The world is a canvas and the Creator its artist, filling it with His magical colors. It has been created so intricately and with the right detailing and contrast of the colors that it remains the most beautiful and fascinating object of a human’s exploration till date.
Some of the spots are so pretty that it is difficult to think them a part of this earth. It was an extremely hard job to pick out just a few spots with extraordinary vibrancy, but here is the list of the top ten, most colorful places of the world for you.
The topper on the list is the lavender fields situated in France. The field reflects an absolutely out-of-the-world scenario in summer, with various shades of lavender, pink and purple proudly swaying in the summer breeze, hypnotizing the visitors by its beauty.
The small island in Italy called Procida is a major eye candy for its tourists because of its small, colorful houses, looking as if they have just dropped out of a waltz Disney cartoon! Their beauty is heightened when the luring colors reflect in the shimmering sea.
River Cano Cristales, also known as Columbia’s ‘Liquid Rainbow’, is not lagging far behind with its dramatic quality of color shifting like a chameleon. The river is reputed to change its colors throughout the year, turning shades of red, blue, orange, yellow and green in a vibrant natural display like nowhere else on earth.
The pink lake Retba in Senegal’s name is a tell tale of its distinctive feature. It appears to be a spectacular strawberry shake lake (like the chocolate one in Charlie and the chocolate factory). This coloration is due to its high concentration of salt which makes it an ideal habitat for a human friendly bacterium. This lake shifts color from mauve to deep pink at different times of the year.
The beautiful array of Tulip fields in Holland is a spectacular sight for anyone who sees it. The swaying movement of the flowers in the wind mesmerizes the beholder by its color play.
Next is the breathtakingly beautiful Great barrier reef from Australia, which is the world`s largest coral reef system. It serves as the home for uncountable species of colorful fish, mollusks, dolphins etc.
The Louping in China turns itself in the ‘The sea of Golden flowers’ at the season of the blooming of the canola flowers. The darker, conical hills provides a dramatic backdrop for the beautifully, yellow flowers, rendering its viewer speechless.
The neutron river in Tanzania is home for many rumours but its wine-red water is sure to leave you in its awe.
Field of Shiba Sakura Moss Pink is a startling sight of various hues of pink in Japan. The snow-capped, Fuji Mountain in the background gives it an even magical view.
Last on the list is the very dramatic, Black rock desert from America. The continuous fly geyser makes it look like a volcano but it is its unique, characteristic colors which makes it an unbelievable sight for many.