Tanah Lot, Bali
Tanah Lot is located in Bali, an Indonesian island. Tanah Lot is a rock formation along with the temple. The temple is a heritage with great mythological significance in the Balinese culture. It is said to have been built in the 15th century by a Hindu priest. It is a beautiful temple overlooking the vast sea, sure to awaken your spiritual side.
Machu Picchu, Peru
To the eastern of Andes is Machu Picchu between the tropic forests. It is 2,430 meters above sea level and overlooks many fierce flowing rivers. It is a unique creation of the Inca Empire with giant walls, terraces and ramps, which appear so natural. Surrounded by lush greenery of flora and fauna just adds to its beauty.
It is the largest sinkhole located on the coast of Belize. The blue hole has light turquoise water at the edges and is lined by coral reefs. It was originally formed as a limestone cave and as the water level rose the cave got flooded.
This place is highly popular mostly amongst divers, where they can see the beautiful geological formations underwater, which keeps getting clearer the deeper you go.
Capilla De Marmol, Chile
Capilla De Marmol is a unique natural geographical formation. White marbel cliffs are formed by fluvial erosion. The caverns located close by making it a natural sanctuary and add to its environmental significance.
Illuminated Caves, Okinawa, Japan
Illuminated or Gyokusendo Caves are located in Okinawa. They are made of limestone under the steaming earth. It has clear waters, magnificent rocks and colorful aqua life. The caves have passageways that are well lit and one can expect to see cave creatures such as reptiles, bugs, fish, bats etc.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Antelope is a popular canyon in the Southwest America owing to its natural beauty. It was formed through thousands of years by water and wind erosion. The rocks are smooth with flowing sandstone shapes and radiant colors. It is beautiful but one must be careful to avoid the frequent floods that take place there.
Lake Hillier, Australia
This lake is one of its kinds because of its distinct pink color. The pink is said to come from its high salt content and presence of algae species and halobacteria aka pink bacteria. The pink color stays throughout the years despite changes in the climate.
Hvitserkur, North Iceland
Hvitserkur extends from the Huna Bay’s western part. Rise of sea level has sculpted the rock in such a way that it looks like a monster. The shape is actually formed due to the surrounding craters which were pounded by the Atlantic waters. Different bird species live there. It is a wonderful place to visit for lovers of nature.
Fingal’s Cave, Scotland
It is a state of art cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa, in Hebrides of Scotland. What makes these caves unique is the way they are formed. They are hexagonally joined basalt salt columns within a Paleocene lava flow. They are so amazing-looking that one is stunned at the sheer magic of nature.
Glow Worm Cave, New Zealand
Arachnocampa Luminosa are glow worms the size of a mosquito which creates a magical atmosphere inside the caves. The magnificent sight is a must see for any traveler who wants to see nature at its best.