10 Natural Wonders Around the World Everyone Should See

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Mother Nature does wonders for our planet, transforming some places into unforgettable landscapes that can take our breath away. From an amazing stone forest to a beautiful cave of shimmering lights, these pictures will make you feel proud of our Earth.

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Cano Cristales River, Colombia

This amazing river is also known as the ‘river of five colors’ or ‘liquid rainbow’ because it basically seems normal until its water explodes into a rainbow from July through November.

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Waitomo Glowworm Caves, New Zealand

These magical bright lights are actually glow worms that light up the cave. If you want this unique experience, but you’re afraid of insects you can glide through the view by gondola, so don’t worry!

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Lake Hillier, Australia

This special lake that looks like a candy can’t be visited by tourists because it’s used only for various research, but you can see it from above by helicopter.

However, the experts say that its water is pink because of a specific algae and halobacteria (a pink bacteria).

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 The Dead Sea, Israel and Jordan

Yes, this is the perfect place for floating! This gorgeous salted sea is actually the lowest body of water on Earth and is also located in a desert.

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The Stone Forest, China

This stone forest is 270 million years old and it was created by a mixture of water, wind and seismic activities.

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 Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

If this is not the dream of any photographer then I don’t know what else could be! On the premise, the sky’s the limit, just imagine a horizon that never ends, only with clouds.

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 Masazir Lake, Azerbaijan

This beautiful salty lake gets its color from microorganisms called halophiles.

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Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

Ha Long Bay is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Vietnam, being also a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, Gansu, China

These striped mountains are made of rocks and some minerals that were disrupted because of the tectonic movement. Danxia is also a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Lake Nakuru, Kenya

Lake Nakuru is famous for its bright-colored flamingos. There are rhinos, hippos, and buffalo as well, but not as many as the birds.

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  1. Steven Mann says

    This stuff is so great I gives me a lot of ideas.
    Some very apt visions of ways to expand our horizons.
    This site rem Indus the way pictures still motivate our passions. Having bigger goals inspired helps me to codify choices and aspirations for ongoing reentering and focus always on the point, what are you doing and how are you doing it?

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