If you are one of the many people today who are motivated to really “make it big” so you can start enjoying the finer things in life, then nothing will motivate you quite like a list of “to dos” for once you actually make it. One of the perks of making it big and having the type of money you have always wanted to have is that you can travel the world and see some of the most amazing sites from all over the globe. Here are four of the most amazing places to visit once you have made it big. While they may just be dreams right now, they are great motivation for you to really reach your goals in the future.
Tosua Pool, Samoa
The Tousa Pool, also known as the Sau Ocean Trench, is a giant natural swimming pool located right along the ocean. With turquoise waters and unbelievably warm temperatures, this man-made swimming hole is a must-see place to visit when in the South Pacific. The whole is 30 meters deep and situated in a lava field. The only man made addition? A giant latter so you can climb down into the swimming hole on. When you are done swimming you can even walk around the surrounding while beaches and beautiful gardens that will truly take your breath away.
Glowworm Caves in Waitomo, New Zealand
The Glowworm Caves are some of the biggest tourist attractions in all of New Zealand. These tiny creatures gives off a beautiful glowing light and when they gather in some of New Zealand’s most breath-taking caves they illuminate the entire area. When exploring the caves, you can take an underwater boat right through the Glowworm Grotto along the Waitomo River and look up to see a ceiling of natural light from one of the world’s most amazing creatures.
Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives
If you are going to visit the tropical region of the Maldives, then seeing the Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island is a must for your trip. There are thousands of pictures of this natural phenomenon floating around the internet, but nothing is quite like seeing the Sea of Stars live. This phenomenon is actually created by a chemical reaction that turns microorganisms in the water blue. When the plankton turns blue it seems as though the entire ocean is filled with tiny little glowing stars that must be seen to be believed. While this phenomenon can happen in a variety of locations, some of the most concentrated areas are in the Maldives, particularly on Vaadhoo Island where you can enjoy beautiful beaches by day and a glowing ocean by night.
Mayan Cenotes of Yucatan Peninsula
The Yucatan Peninsula, located off of the coast of Mexico is known for its beautiful beaches, but if you want a real once-in-a-lifetime type of experience, then the Mayan Cenotes are a must see. These freshwater springs are located in a collapsed parts of caves. Some of the cenotes you can travel to and use as a swimming hole, but some of the most beautiful, have underwater entrances for divers and snorkelers to access. There are even some cenotes such as the Gran Cenote that have board walk entrances, food and dressing rooms surrounding these natural swimming holes. No matter how you get there, there is no denying that these naturally blue caves are a must-see.