15 breathtaking places you had no idea even existed!

Our planet is huge, there are many unexplored and beautiful places that are so beautiful and unique that it will surely take your breath away. These 15 distinctive places we searched for you are from the various and farthest corners of the world and will surely blow your mind away. Have a look

Tunnel of light, Arizona USA

Made out of sweeping Navajo Sandstone This gorgeous and unique tunnel is situated in Antelope Canyon.

Danxia Landform, Zhangye Geological Park, China

Running across various territories of China the Danxia Landform gets its tones due to red sandstone and mineral deposits being laid down for over a period of 24 million years

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The Great Blue Hole, Belize

The Great Blue Hole is actually an underwater deep chasm and is situated approximately 70kms away from the coast of Belize. The abyss is approximately 300 meters across and 124 meters deep due to which it is a very popular Scuba diving destination.

Hang Son Doong Cave, Vietnam

This is the largest cave in the whole world. Hang Son Doong is so gigantic it has its own jungle, climate and a river that flows inside it. It is located on the Vietnam-Laos border.

The Wave, Arizona, USA

This gorgeous swirl runs alongside the eroding sandstone and changes colors throughout the day. These bright colored and broad landforms are found in the Coyote Buttes area of the Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness on the Utah/Arizona border.

The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan

Set on fire in 1971, the “door to hell” is said to have formed when the Soviets were searching for natural gas. Although the origin still remains unclear this has been burning ever since.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Among the Andes Mountains in southwest Bolivia lies the Salar de Uyuni. This is the world’s largest salt flat. Believed to be the remains of an ancient lake that dried up, this bright white flat run for 11,000 sq km.

 

The Crooked Forest, Poland

This odd looking and strange forest lies in the Polish town of Gryfino. No one knows what has caused the curvature of the trees. This has left many people wondering for many years. Till date, the reason for this is unclear and remains an unsolved puzzle.

Bora Bora

Although gaining a little popularity over the years, this absolutely gorgeous Island lies in French Polynesia in the South Pacific. A barrier reef surrounds the island which is responsible for keeping the water calm with a beautiful shade of blue. It is a lavish and luxurious destination and has frequent visits of honeymooners and scuba divers.

Lake Hillier, Australia

This is a bubblegum pink lake? Sounds bizarre, doesn’t it? Well, this lake is situated on the Southwest coast of Australia. The lake’s color is due to the microorganism Dunaliellasalina, which causes the salt content in the lake to create a red dye.

Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Florida, USA

Stretching over 10kms this is a crystallized river. This is also the home to the lush flora and fauna in the wetlands. There is a blue hole at the head of the spring is an underwater cavern which is open for people who wish to dive in this beautiful lake. Tourists can choose from various things like swimming, tubing, snorkeling and canoeing in the clear waters of the Ichetucknee Springs State Park.

Frozen Air Bubbles in Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada

This is a man-made lake located in Canada. The lake has frozen bubbles which creates a magnificent picturesque view. The frozen bubbles are a result of the methane gas released by the plants below which freeze as they rise up. These bubbles generally are in abundance during the winter months making the whole view very dreamy.

 

Waitomo Glowworm Caves, New Zealand

Waitomo Glowworm Caves attract a lot of tourists all over New Zealand. These special kinds of worm that glow called the ArachnocampaLuminosa, are native to and only found in New Zealand.

 

The Underwater Forest in Kaindy Lake, Kazakhstan

This unbelievable lake was created after an earthquake struck the place and created landslides that turned the whole valley into a natural dam. Over the time rainwater has filled up the lake, and because of the cold temperatures of the place, the tall spruce trees have been preserved underwater even after a huge span of 100 years.

Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming, USA

This natural spring has vibrant and bright colors. This is because the bacteria that grows around this mineral-rich lake is highly pigmented. This spring is situated in the Yellow Stone National Park.

 

 

 

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