In this collection you will see photos taken in different parts of our planet, but all these places have one thing in common – they are magical, amazing, divine…
We have already written about many of them. Some of these places are characterized by unforgettable beauty, others-interesting details, and still others-an unusual appearance. In any case, they are all worth seeing with your own eyes. Perhaps one day you will go there to appreciate these natural beauties firsthand. In the meantime, see our photo guide.
1. Zhangye Danxia Rocks in Gansu, China.
These rainbow formations are the result of red sandstone and mineral deposits.
Colored minerals have been deposited here for 24 million years.
2. Swing at the "edge of the world" in Banos, Ecuador.
On the edge of Ecuador, there is a ramshackle tree house with a view of a nearby active volcano.
And next to it, there is a swing that only the bravest adrenaline junkies can ride.
3. The big blue hole in Belize.
This is an underwater sinkhole off the coast of Belize.
It is also one of the best diving spots on the planet. The depth of the hole is 124 m.
4. Tulip fields in the Netherlands.
Many people mistake the Keukenhof, also known as the Garden of Europe, for the place where the tulip fields are located.
However, tulips grow just outside of this garden and often on private property.
5. Han Son Dung Cave in Quang Binh province, Vietnam.
This is the largest cave in the world, formed 2-5 million years ago.
Inside it can fit an entire block of 40 buildings with a length of 800 meters!
6. Hitachi Park in Hitatinaka, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.
Flowers in the park bloom in the spring.
Tourists come here mainly to see the 4.5 million flowering nemophila Mendis.
7. Kelimutu Crater Lakes, Flores Island, Indonesia.
The westernmost of these lakes is called the Lake of Old Men, its water is usually blue.
The other two lakes are called Boys 'and Girls' Lake and Enchanted Lake – Red and Green, respectively. The colors change periodically, which attracts many tourists.
8. Mendenhall Ice Cave, Alaska.
The cave is located under the Mendenhall Glacier.
Walking through the cave, you will see how everything around melts.
9. Mount Roraima in Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana.
The Table Mountains are considered to be one of the oldest geological formations on Earth, which appeared approximately 2 million years ago.
Mount Roraima also serves as the border of three states – Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela.
10. The ancient region of Cappadocia in Turkey.
This place has long been chosen by tourists.
It also hosts a balloon festival.
11. Sea of Stars on Vadhu Island, Maldives.
What may appear to be a reflection of the stars in the sky are actually marine microbes called phytoplankton.
The effect that these bioluminescent creatures have on the coast is simply magical.
12. Victoria Falls on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia in Africa.
This 108-meter waterfall lies on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, and it is the widest waterfall in Africa.
On the Zambian side, there is also a famous place – the Devil's Font, which allows tourists to "hang" on the very edge of the waterfall.
13. Troll language in Hordaland, Norway.
The troll's tongue is a piece of rock protruding from a cliff at an altitude of approximately 600 m.
This place is available for tourists from mid-June to mid-September.
14. Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Island, Australia.
This beach is known for its beautiful white sands, which are believed to have been deposited here by currents for millions of years.
The sand is very fine and does not retain heat, which means that you can safely walk barefoot even on the hottest day! And it can easily damage your electronics, so it's better to leave your cell phones and tablets at the hotel.
15. Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA.
This beauty stretches for 445 km in length and 28 km in width.
The canyon is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
16. Marble caves in Lake General Carrera in Patagonia (Argentina and Chile).
The marble caves are called the Marble Chapel and the Marble Cathedral.
They are located in the center of the lake and were formed by waves over the past 600 years.
17. Tunnel of love in Klevan, Ukraine.
This is a wonderful place for lovers who are looking for fabulous scenery for their photo shoots.
There is actually a train running here three times a day-it delivers materials to the factory. Most importantly, do not forget about the train!
18. The Uyuni salt marsh in southwestern Bolivia.
The world's largest salt marsh.
During the rainy season, this place turns into the largest mirror on the planet.
19. The Enchanted Well in Chapada Diamantina, Bahia, Brazil.
The well is located in the Shapada Diamantina National Park.
The depth here reaches 36 m, and the water is so clear that you can see the stones.
20. Antelope Canyon in Arizona, USA.
It is located near the city of Page, Arizona.
The best time to visit is in spring and autumn (March-April, October-November).
21. Fingal's cave on the island of Staffa in Scotland.
Although it may seem that this is the work of human hands, it is not so.
This miracle was formed by nature, which in ancient times built these hexagonal basalt columns here.
22. Lake To Sua in the village of Lotofaga on the south coast of Upolu Island, Somalia.
In fact, it is a huge "hole" in the surface of the Earth, which unusually decorates the local landscape.
The water gets here through a lava tunnel, turning this place into a real natural pool.
23. Arashiyama Bamboo Groves, Kyoto, Japan.
This place is often called the bamboo forest.
This bamboo-lined walkway is very popular with both tourists and locals.
24. Firefly Caves, Waitomo, New Zealand.
This place in the Waitomo caves is called the Firefly Grotto – it is here that the fireflies create a star effect on the ceiling.
This type of firefly lives only in New Zealand and is no larger than a mosquito.
25. Haiku Stairs in Oahu, Hawaii, USA.
This stairway to heaven is a very steep hiking trail.
Actually, this place is closed to tourists, but many continue to make their way here, despite the signs "No entrance".
26. Kamchatka volcanoes, Russia.
A large chain of volcanoes on the Kamchatka Peninsula – 19 of them are still active.
The highest of them – Klyuchevskaya Sopka – 4850 m.
27. Cenotes of Yucatan, Mexico.
These sinkholes in Mexico were formed during the Ice Age.
The Maya considered them sacred.