2. Cathedral Cove, New Zealand
This one is definitely on my lust-list. The rock doorway at Cathedral Cove surely has to be one of the most photogenic natural arches on the planet. Located on New Zealand’s obscenely gorgeous Coromandel Peninsula, it was christened the cathedral because it is big and grand and has a mystical air. The archway connects two secluded coves which sit in the Cathedral Cove Marine Reserve. And if one great lump of rock is not enough, just off the beach is Te Hoho, a large pinnacle shaped like a ship’s prow.