The world never falls short of interesting phenomena, so we decided to bring you some really intriguing ones. You know, the sort that one can only experience once a year? Time to make another travel diary.
The sun is aligned between the east and west streets of the main grid of Manhattan, New York City, only once a year.
This is one of the most breathtaking mass migrations in the world, and takes place on the Gahirmatha beach in Odisha every year. Thousands of turtles migrate for mating and nesting.
This happens on the Christmas Island, an Australian island in the Indian ocean. Millions of crabs make their way from the forest to the ocean and lay eggs there.
This is one of the seven new wonders of the world, and is the largest animal migration movement in the world. About two million animals migrate from Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the greener pastures of Masai Mara in Kenya.
Winter solstice is the best time to be at Stonehenge. A truly magical experience, the pillars are aligned in a manner pointing to the winter solstice sunrise.
During the summer solstice, the sun sets perfectly between the two Great Pyramids of Egypt. The sun’s descent between the two pyramids appears to be a divine creation.
On the day of the spring equinox, the sun reaches the top of the central tower of the temple, almost becoming a crown to the structure.
This is a unique night blooming cactus that blooms only once a year, for a single night. It is found in Antilles, Mexico and Central America.