Nature has its own ways to suprise us in every way possible. If you’re interested in Earth’s hidden and most unexpectable wonders and stunning natural offerings then here are 9 Unbelievable Earthly Wonders: You Won’t Believe Actually Exist and you can actually visit them.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
📍Location: Daniel Campos Province, Potosí Department
Uyuni Salt Flat is the world’s largest salt flat with the look of a never-ending white desert and clear blue sky. Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni is one of the most extreme and remarkable places in all of South America.
Salar de Uyuni is surely an incredible experience and logistical nightmare. The star-studded night sky casts the salt flats shades of blue in the ground and during the dry season the ground hardens and polygonal patterns of salt rise.
Zhangye Danxia Landform, China
📍Location: Linze County and Sunan County
The Zhangye National Geopark is a colorful mountain range with a dreamy look painted with every color of the rainbow. The national park is well known for its stunning display of colors across hills and rock formations.
The region is one of the most amazing landscapes in China and it would be fair to say the park is the most colorful national park in the world.
Antelope Canyon, USA
Navajo Upper Antelope Canyon in Arizona is stunning patterns and curves in the rock walls formed by water over thousands of years. The magnificent canyon was named for the herds of pronghorn antelope that once roamed the area.
The canyon is a wave-like structure that gives it a unique look and is one of the world’s most photogenic landmarks.
📍Location: Denizli Province, Turkey
Pamukkale is a town well known as the “Cotton Castle,” because of the turquoise water that cascades down a hillside.
Pamukkale is a geological phenomenon and is well known for its mineral-rich thermal waters that flow down white terraces of a steep valley side. The waters from the hot spring are at a temperature that ranges from 35°C to 100°C.
The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan
📍Address: 7C2Q+XRX, Derweze, Turkmenistan
The Darvaza gas crater, also known as the Door to Hell or Gates of Hell is a natural gas field in the middle of the Karakum Desert. The Door to Hell has been burning for an unknown amount of time.
The crater opened up in the desert of northern Turkmenistan because of a drilling mishap. Explorer and adventurer George Kourounis was the first person to enter the Door to Hell and what he found when he reached the bottom.
Socotra Island, Yemen
📍Location: Between the Guardafui Channel and the Arabian Sea
Socotra is an island located off the coast of Yemen and includes the most unique plant and animal species on the planet. The location is exceptionally rich and has distinct flora and fauna present on the island.
The Wave, USA
📍Address: 745 US-89, Kanab, UT 84741, United States
The Wave is a sandstone rock formation with the look as if painted by an artist. The Wave requires a permit to visit. It is one of the most memorable experiences.
It is a geological marvel and it is believed to date back to the Jurassic period and prevailing winds pushed the sandy desert dunes across the sandstone while water runoff deposited chemicals that are manganese and iron.
Glass Pebble Beach, U.S.A
📍Location: Mendocino County, California
Glass Beach is a beach that is a popular attraction because the beach is covered in small pieces of smoothed glass and the beach is adjacent to MacKerricher State Park near Fort Bragg, California. It is illegal to collect glass at this state park.
Tulip Fields, Netherlands
Most tulip farms in The Netherlands are in the Noordoostpolder and a visit to The Netherlands in mid-April will be best to see tulips. The blooming of the flower fields is very dependent on the weather conditions.
Most tulip farms in The Netherlands are in the Noordoostpolder in the province of Flevoland.