Painted almost entirely in blue, you won’t want to leave the “blue pearl” of Morocco. With spaces of bright colored handwoven rugs and plenty of terra cotta pots, this is a blue wonderland you won’t mind getting a little lost in.
Tunnels of deep purple wisteria bloom in springtime making this a fairytale destination ideal for April and May. You may even get to catch the cherry blossoms as well in one trip!
Vibrant colored buildings on dramatic hillsides with a backdrop of the ocean make this little town in Italy picture perfect.
This pepto bismol colored lake is made pink by the high salt content and algae that grows in spades. While it is not the only pink lake in the world, it is one of the most beautiful and is best seen when the sun is bright, which is most days in Australia.
April in The Netherlands brings bright blooms of tulips in satisfyingly neat rows of vibrant color! There are plenty of regions to visit, but we recommend to hear to the largest and most impressive display in Keukenhof.
Often called “The Liquid Rainbow,” this river features bright reds, yellows, greens, blues, and even black. You can swim, raft, or hike nearby in July through December to catch the best of this natural wonder.
Full of brightly colored buildings, vintage cars, and a vibrant flair unique to Cuba, Havana is alive with art, music, dancing, and old world glam.
This mountain of brightly colored log cabins houses mostly monks and nuns and is one the largest religious institutions in the world.
This short strip of colorful houses comes with a rich history and comes as a pleasant surprise in an otherwise normal area of the city.
These purple fields go as far as the eye can see and smell like heaven. In July, the best time to go, are full of festivals and celebrations centered around fresh lavender.
Fall is the only time of year this marsh and reed marsh turns from green to crimson making it a breathtaking vision of red.
Almost a rainbow of vibrant natural colors, these hot springs are not only completely photogenic but also a relaxing way to spend the day. Enjoy one of the other nearby hot springs and hike in the area for some more jaw dropping scenery.
Depending on the season you visit, you may also see shades of blue and green among the red and gold. These sandstone walls were created by erosion and flash flooding and are only accessible with a tour guide. One of the most other-worldly places on this list, it’s a must see when in Arizona.
The whitewashed buildings with bright blue roofs have an even more stunning backdrop of the sea and a magnificent sunset of pink and orange.
This wonder isn’t completely natural. Created by a drilling mistake in the 1960’s, the red and green algae is certainly a sight to be seen.
Nemophila flowers in shades of indigo, blue, and even a little lavender cover Miharashi Hill in spring and the rest of the year they’re dotted in deep red from the kokia bushes.