There are so many things and places in our world that are really amazing. These places will make you think if they really exist in our world because of their beauty. It’s really amazing that there are kinds of places in our world.
Here are 20 places you would not expect to exist in this world because of its beauty:
-Wadi Rum in Jordan
The UNESCO World Heritage site located in southern Jordan features a variety of views of cliffs, caves, narrow ravines, natural arches, and Mars-like red sand.
-Fly Geyser, the Black Rock Desert in Nevada
The Fly Geyser was accidentally created when water began to burst through man-made wells in 1964. Soluble minerals formed mountains and terraces that now surround the geyser, which continues to grow and discharge water up to five feet in the air. And about colors like aliens? You can thank the algae for that.
-The Spotted Lake (Kliluk) so Osoyoos Canada
This unique lake located in the desert of British Colombia contains many minerals (including calcium and sodium sulfates). During the summer, when the water evaporates, the minerals appear in more than 300 separate pools, or “spots” – the name of the lake.
-Torri del Vajolet (Vajolet Towers), the Dolomites in Italy
Aside from being extremely photogenic of this area, these vertical peaks found in the Rosengarten group in the Dolomites are often included in the bucket lists of rock climbers.
-Painted Dunes of Lassen Volcanic National Park in California
The red and orange Painted Dunes, formed in oxidized layers of volcanic ash, are placed in the shadow of the Cinder Cone volcano. The volcano (and subsequent mountains) formed when the volcano erupted in the 1650s.
-Salar de Uyuni sa Bolivia
The world’s largest salt flat contains 10 billion tons of salt and covers more than 4,000 square miles – and is also considered one of the most beautiful places in the world.
-Bromo Volcano in East Java, Indonesia
Mount Bromo is probably the most famous volcano in the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park of East Java because of its beautiful scenery, especially during sunrise.
-Lake Natron sa Monduli, Tanzania
This salt lake may look good. However, it is still considered an unsuitable place for vacationing due to its temperature reaching up to 120-degrees and due to the low PH level in this area which is extremely dangerous.
There is a major opposite: Excess scarlet-hued algae attracts millions of flamingos, which is why the area is considered the main breeding ground for the species.
-Glowworm Caves in Waitomo, New Zealand
There is no denying that New Zealand is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Even worms can make it beautiful. The Waitomo Caves have thousands of bioluminescent larvae that leave long strings of mucus (sound is lively, looks dazzling) and glows like an Underland Milky Way.
-Namib Naukluft Park sa Namibia
The red sands and trees in Nambia are the seemingly closest thing Mars has to our planet.
-Wulingyuan Scenic Area in Zhangjiajie, China
Scenic is still lacking to describe the beauty of the place. This 100-square-mile attraction contains thousands of sandstone columns versions of nature skyscrapers – some even higher than the midpoint of the Empire State Building. Not surprisingly, this place is a major inspiration for the world of Pandora in Avatar.
-Hang Son Doong sa Vietnam
Vietnam’s Hang Son Doong is considered to be the largest cave in the world. It can have an entire block of Manhattan city – including 40-story skyscrapers.
It has its own lush vegetation which reflects the sunlight from the sinkholes above, and the clouds form even closer to the apex when the moisture there is shortened. In other words, it is almost its own little world lurking underground.
-Jökulsárlón sa Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland
Jökulsárlón’s glacial lake and its frozen beach are considered a natural wonder of Iceland, with black volcanic sands providing an extreme backdrop for chunks of ice.
-Socotra in Yemen
With UFO-like blood trees most prominent in this area, the island of Socotra seems to have been brought to earth from a distant planet.
-Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
As its name suggests, the largest hot spring in the United States is an important rainbow ring with a variety of colors that give it life.
-Dos Ojos in Tulum, Mexico
This cavernous cenote with double entry points – hence the moniker “Two Eyes” – is wonderfully featured in the IMAX flick Journey Into Amazing Caves and an episode of Discovery Channel’s Planet Earth. It is ideal for snorkelers, professional scuba divers, and daredevils who are willing to go out of the system’s cave.
-Dallol in Ethiopia
A type of geological wonderland with salt formations, acidic hot springs, and gas geysers, this stunning visual hydrothermal field vies for the title of the hottest area in the world, with an average summer peak reported hitting up to 114 degrees.
-Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley) in Chile
Do you also want to get to the moon? Going to Valle de la Luna in Chile’s the Atacama Desert is a shorter flight. The years of erosion have left shaky peaks, dry rivers, and a startling scene similar to our favorite celestial body.
-Lençóis Maranhenses National Park in Brazil
The geography of the Lençóis Maranhenses National Park of Brazil is one of the most breathtaking sceneries in the world. The rainy season (early June) fills every trough and the world becomes an MC Escher print: It is either a drowned desert or a sandy lake, depending on how the frame of the eye of the mind sees it.
-White Desert sa Farafra, Egypt
The view of the White Desert can be deceptive: What first appears to be a cool, snowy scene is actually a warm region of western Egypt. The desert is known for its wind-shaped chalk rock shapes, often resembling giant mushroom clouds that freeze in time.