Top 5 mystery places for adventurers

Stef Zisovska
Easter Island

If you are a thrill-seeking adventurer that’s a little bit bored of all the usual places people visit, then maybe it’s time you try something different. For example, you can visit places all around the world that are just beautiful to look at but have little or no history or story behind them.

If adventure is what you’re looking for on your next trip, you’ll enjoy one of these places, or maybe visit all of them. Here are some of the world’s most mysterious places that you can visit.

Crystal Skulls, Southern Mexico and Central America

Mayan temple

There is a legend that the Mayan left 13 crystal skulls in the jungles of Southern Mexico and Central America. Apparently, these skulls are the biggest source of wisdom on which humanity depends.


The Mayan left the skulls for the salvation of future generations. So far only 5 of them have been found. There is a belief that they can save humanity. If this sounds interesting to you, go on a crystal skull quest and check it for yourself.

Nazca Lines, Nazca, Peru

Nazca Lines

If you want to see something unexplainable, such as gigantic land figures, then you should be flying over Nazca in southern Peru. The figures include a monkey, a dog, and a 900-foot bird.

There is no logical explanation on how where they created, except some beliefs that aliens made them. Also, some say they were built by Nazca Indians around 2000 years ago, but no one can prove it.

Bermuda Triangle, Atlantic Ocean

You can visit the three apexes of the infamous Bermuda Triangle. Miami, San Juan, and Bermuda are the places where you can try to figure out what’s going on inside the triangle between these points.

Since 1975 there have been unexplained disappearances that add up to 80 aircraft and 60 boats. Some say these dissaperences are caused by sudden weather changes that can’t be predicted. And of course, there is an alien theory, there’s always an alien theory! Aliens are abducting all those people for experiments. Is this true? You need to judge for yourself.

Bermuda Triangle

Oregon Vortex,  Gold Hill, Oregon

Just off Interstate 5 in southern Oregon, you can visit the force field that has unexplainable power. Native Americans called it the Forbidden Ground because of the weird stuff that goes on there. In the 1990’s scientists discovered webs of magnetic lines that produce magnetic fields. There are reports that the vortex makes things metallic things spin and move in the air.

Entering the Oregon Vortex – Author: James Wellington – CC BY 2.0

Easter Island Statues, Easter Island

See the Polynesian giants 2,300 miles west of Chile and 2,500 miles southeast of Tahiti. There are more than 800 gigantic statues on the island and no one knows how where they made and by whom. It’s important to witness these stunning stone beauties yourself as a picture will never do them justice. They weight around 70 tons each, so it’s a mystery how were they built.

All the fifteen standing moai of Ahu Tongariki – Author: Bjørn Christian Tørrissen – CC BY 2.0

These are just some of the world’s most mysterious places to visit. Our planet is full of amazing things around every corner.

It’s down to us to out there and discover all the amazing things the world has to offer and even try to figure out all the unexplainable things.

If you had no idea where to visit next, now you know. These places will blow your mind for sure. Good luck!


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