Contributed by Azeezunnisa Syed
Earth, our planet is full of natural wonders with most spectacular sites. There are plenty of natural beauties and breath-taking sights all over the globeyou won’t believe they exist!
The Pink Lake Hillier
Most lakes in the world are brown, green, blue or clear. But Lake Hillier in Australia is pink in colour because of the lake’s salt level; this lake is 10 times saltier than the ocean.
Sea Of Stars
Vaadhoo Island’s sea of stars-Maldives, the stars wash up on the shore due to a natural chemical reaction called bioluminescence that turns seawater into a colour of electric blue-neon.
Zhangye Danxia Landform
Known as one of the most beautiful landforms in China, colourful rocks with layers of different colored sandstone and minerals combining over millions of years.
Anna Paulowna Fields
No, it’s not a work of modern art. These are wonderful stripes of colour and magnificent rainbow patchwork of tulip fields North Holland’s Anna Paulowna in The Netherlands.
Son Doong Cave
The world’s largest cave located in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Vietnam with 200m high, 150m wide & 5km long which contains its own river, jungle and climate.
Kawah Ijen Volcano
Sulfur combusts on contact with air create stunning blue lava-like rivers of light located in Indonesia. Watching the crater of Java’s volcano would be the magical experience of life.
Uyuni Salt Flats
The world’s largest mirror, it is a prehistoric lake in Bolivia that went dry,leaving behind a desert-like with bright-white salt, rock formations, cacti-studded islands and water which reflects the bright sunlight.
Tunnel Of Love
The beautiful natural train tunnel in Ukraine is not a film set, It is a railway surrounded by green arches which provide a route for a private train.
Cave Of Crystals
The world’s largest natural crystal formations in Mexico are the main chamber houses of some of the enormous selenite crystals that can be as large as 50 feet long.
The painted dunes are multi-colored pumice fields formed by oxidation of volcanic ash as they fell out of volcanic eruptions that have sculpted the area inside Lassen National Park in Northern California, USA.
Door To Hell
The Darvaza gas crater a.k.a the door to hell is a natural gas field collapsed into a 230-foot-wide in the middle of a desert or an underground cavern located in Derweze, Turkmenistan. The 69-meter-wide natural gas has been set alight in order to prevent the spreading of deadly methane gas and it hasn’t gone out since 1971.
Its trees are forever bent to the direction of the gusts due to the strong winds of Antarctica, there are no houses and no roads at slope point, New Zealand and can be accessed by a 20 min walk.