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Every debonair gentleman must live a debonair lifestyle. At Master Debonair we already fit you with the look, however, here are some wonders of the world which every Sartorial man should visit.

  1. Bohol Island Chocolate Hills – Philippines

These Chocolate Hills are breathtaking from the Philippines described as a ‘mystery of nature’. An estimated 1,776 grass-covered, coral limestone karst domes are nearly identical. The summer season starves the, what was, green hills to a dusty brown colour, which is where the chocolate hills got their name from.


  1. Bubblegum pink lake – Australia

The phenomenal lake which has baffled scientists into years of research. Original studies found that microalgae were the source of the pink lake but new research reveals bacteria is actually the source of this bizarre colour. If you want to go and explore this ‘strawberry milk’ lake you can and even drink it!  Although a climb is involved, the view will be worth it, although it is one of saltiest bodies of water in the world.

  1. Blue Lagoon – Iceland

An incredible natural spa open all year round in Iceland. It is one of Iceland’s most popular attractions. Surprisingly the lake is the perfect temperature at 39 C. This captivating lagoon is one of the 25 top wonders of the world by the National Geographic as well as the Conde Nast Traveller award for the top ten spas in the world. 

  1. Northern Lights Igloos - Arctic

We have all been in awe at the Northern Lights and added them to our bucket list at some point. However, have you seen how you can make this magical experience even more special by staying in glass igloos in the Arctic. If viewing the Northern Lights didn’t appeal to you before they will now. View the sensational lights why being cosy and warm in a glass igloo. Although, you must have the timing right and autumn is the best time to benefit from this enchanting experience.

  1. The Great Blue Hole - Belize

The Great Blue Hole is a giant submarine sinkhole is off the coast of Belize in South America and is the world’s biggest sea hole. If you are an avid diver this will be a location to add to your bucket list. However, for the rest of us to view this wonder, a helicopter ride around the whole is available to get the best views of this fascinating natural creation, where apparently attracts rare animal species which can only form life in this hole. 


  1. Jujuy Province - Argentina

In the North West of Argentina is the country’s interface with the desert, a remote attractive land. The dynamic contrasts of light, shadow and colour revolutionise Jujuy into a photographers playground. The rectangular pools are formed through the striking salt flats of Salinas Grandes. If Argentina wasn’t already on your bucket list it should be now.

  1. The Faroe Islands – Denmark

A little bit closer to home is a more tranquil, country landscape for the debonair gentleman who likes a peaceful vibe. This hidden wonder is enclosed at the bottom of a mountain in a grass-roofed village which absorbs a mystical mood in the Faroe Islands of Denmark.

  1. Plitvice Lakes National Park – Croatia

Croatia has beautiful beaches and hidden gems in the center of their Dinaric Alps being named “land of the falling lakes”. As well as their magnificent array of waterfalls which you can tour they have millions of tourists a year to visit their streams, cakes and interconnected lakes. The views are breathtaking and a must to visit.

  1. Waitomo Caves – New Zealand

As caves go, this one is pretty special. The “blue stars” illuminate the cave a mystical blue known as the ‘glow-worm grotto’ along the Waitomo River in New Zealand. This attraction has been open for tourists since the 1980’s and still one of the wonders of the world. Scientists have found that the natural blue glow is from larval fungus gnats which are only found in Australia and New Zealand.

  1. Skelton Coast – Nambia

One of the worlds most unspoiled coastlines is the Skeleton Coast in Nambia which stretches 300 miles along Namibia's Northern coast. Viewed as a deadly wasteland the coast is now adored for their rich wildlife which is a mixture of sea creatures, desert critters, and savanna animals. African penguins inhabit the land.


Here are a few world wonders you should add to your bucket list that every debonair gentleman should visit to live a debonair lifestyle.