10 Beautiful Places That You Have Got To Visit Someday

Posted by Michael Avery in Nature and Travel

The world that we live in is full of beautiful places hidden away where very few humans have ever actually seen. After viewing these images you will want to travel to some of these places for yourself because a picture just doesn't do them justice.


#1 Ice Cave, Iceland

If you ever make it up to Iceland you absolutely must visit their amazing blue ice caves. They have tours on a regular basis. See what it's like to be in the very heart of an actual glacier. Make sure you dress warmly.

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#2 Wind Cathedral, Namibia

The Wind Cathedral in Nambia is a system of naturally occurring sand dunes that have existed for over 60 million years. If you ever find yourself visiting Naukluft National Park in Nambia you must be sure to visit this amazing sight that mother nature has created.


#3 The Stone Forest, Madagascar

The stone forest located in Madagascar's Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is a truly amazing place. The way that the razor-sharp limestone has formed between the mangrove trees in the nature reserve will make you think that the stones themselves are actual trees that have become petrified and turned to stone.


#4 Ice Canyon, Greenland

The ice canyons of Greenland are astonishing. The canyons themselves are thought to be over 800 meters deep and were formed over 4 million years ago. It's amazing what a little running water and a few million years can do.

#5 Marble Caverns of Carrera Lake, Chile

If you love natural beauty this is definitely the place to come. The stunning blue water from Carrera Lake gives the cave walls an astonishing blue look that you just have to experience firsthand.

#6 Antelope Canyon, Arizona

No one really knows why this network of sandstone canyons in Arizona was named after the antelope but it's an amazing natural wonder. The slow erosion of the sandstone in the area shows that nature is a powerful foe that doesn't need to rush to make drastic changes.

#7 Painted Cliffs, Tasmania, Australia

The Painted Cliffs of Maria Island are a natural wonder that has been created over time by water moving down through the stone while leaving traces of other elements. The elements have stained the rocks which gives the cliffs their beautiful looks.

#8 Skógarfoss, Iceland

The 200-foot tall waterfall called Skógarfoss is located in Iceland. As part of the Skóga River, this natural wonder is situated in just the right way to see beautiful cliffs and stones at the bottom of the waterfall. Be careful, it's a long way down.


#9 Lençóis Maranhenses, Brazil

Lençóis Maranhenses is truly a wonder of the world. In the middle of a desert area full of white sand there lies Lençóis Maranhenses, a stunning pool of perfectly turquoise freshwater that has been created by the rocks that lie beneath the sands between the sand dunes holding rainwater and keeping it from being absorbed. Otherwise, it would be all desert and the freshwater fish that call the area home would be out of luck. Talk about being in the right place at the right time.

#10 Blue Lagoon, Ecuador

This amazing blue lagoon is found on one of The Galapágos Islands. It's one of the hardest places on earth to reach but if you ever make it there you are in for an amazing sight.