Nature has crafted our world not only a place to live but also a place of beauty to admire. This beauty comes from the colorfulness and diversity of the earth’s entities.
1. Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA
Made of astounding cracks and corkscrews, the place displays a unique structure through the radiation of sunlight, which appears so impressive to the eyes of every single human being. Come to the Navajo desert of Arizona to have an up close observation of it, it’s actually worth it!
2. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
What’s interesting is the transformation of it. In the winter, this saltwater lake turns into a massive desert-like salt field. And the summer makes it a gigantic mirror for the blue sky.
3. Northern Lake Baikal, Russia
In Southern Siberia, the world’s largest freshwater lake lies frozen under the thick -19 degree Celsius ice. But what impresses us is the deep blue water underneath the surface playing a good background color with the cracks on the ice.
4. Kung Si Waterfall, Luang Prabang, Laos
This phenomenal Kung Si Waterfall has fast become a favorite place to visit in Laos. The even flow of water on to the rocks creates wonderful scenery. Consequently, many might feel eager to dip themselves in the water here.
5. Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile
One may think the Andes is a quiet deserted place. However, they never know how amazing it is to visit one of South America’s most beautiful National Parks. It’s time to pack your backpacks and experience the glorious glaciers on hiking up the mountains.
6. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming, USA
Known as the third largest natural geyser, The Grand Prismatic’s water has more than than to surprise you, that is to say, its multicolored water. Imagine how magical it is to bath in rainbow liquid. No way – just kidding, it’s 70°C hot!
7. Huacachina, Peru
The remains of a watering hole was made use to construct this gorgeous oasis in 1930. From above, you’ll be able to perceive the harmonious coordination of modernity and nature.
8. The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan
Welcome to the ‘Door of Hell’. Yes that’s what people call it since this pool in Karakum Desert contains nothing but melting lava.It’s time to decide whether you should pay a visit to the Realm of the Death.
9. The Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland
This place in Ballymoney somehow gives you a chill as you proceed on the route under the hedges. The trees bend, or maybe bow down in a strange manner to welcome you to the dark land. It is probably familiar to those Game of Thrones fans as this place starred as the Kingsroad in the movie.
10. Mount Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia
Spend some days climbing up Indonesia’s Mount Rinjani, we bet you’ll never regret it because there’s a heaven you’ll never know waiting at the summit. The place is still an active volcano where there lies a crater lake which is referred to as ‘Child of the Sea’ but locals. For those who are about to reach the top, prepare to catch a glimpse of a splendid view.