The annual festival of mud took place on the beach in Poren Daecheon, South Korea this year and 2 to 3 million foreign tourists visit the beach during this time to get in on the action. It looks like a lot of fun!
The Natura Vive Skylodge Adventure Suite is a hotel in Peru that has pods that sit on a cliff 400 feet above the ground. A night at this hotel is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will appeal to the more adventurous people out there.
A tiny house has been built on the hills of Tiavi, Samoa and is the first "treesort" in the entire South Pacific. The resort has Wi-Fi, a laundry service and a coffee shop and it is a rustic hideaway for anyone looking for a relaxing holiday.
Cloud 9 is located close to the main island of Fiji and is a two-level, floating lounge bar with a restaurant, day beds and hanging chairs. The venue fits 100 people easily and visitors can even swim, parasail or jet ski when they are there!