There are countless places all over the world that, once you see, you’ll never forget. Unfortunately, some of those amazing and unforgettable places just happen to really hard to get to. (I guess I’ll just spend my time off on the couch eating potato chips.) I know what you’re thinking, “If these places are so amazing, how have you not heard about them?”
Well, that’s probably because they’re underwater. Technically, you can visit them, but you’ll need some scuba gear.
Pavlopetri – Peloponnese, Greece
Museo Subacuático de Arte – Cancún’, Mexico
Artist Jason de Caires Taylor has 400 of his statues on display in Cancún’s National Marine Park. The installation will slowly, but surely become a coral reef system that will create a boon for local aquatic life.
Neptune Memorial Reef – Key Biscayne, Florida
The Lost Villages – Canada
Underwater Post Office – Risør, Norway
If the line is too long, pretend you can see a shark.
Cleopatra’s Sunken Palace – Alexandria, Egypt
Jacob’s Well – Wimberly, Texas
Chuuk Lagoon – Micronesia
Green Lake – Tragoess, Austria
Weeki Wachee Springs – Spring Hill, Florida
Regardless of whether or not they’re real (seems like it’s impossible to tell), is there a better way to spend your time than hanging out with mermaids? via