These landscapes look like they are pictured on other planets, and they range from chocolate hills and pink lakes to beaches that sparkle at night. Their existence can convince anyone that this planet is not a boring place at all.
Waitomo Glowworm Caves
It’s hard to imagine that worms can be so amazing! Check these famous caves and their sparkling roofs in New Zealand because they are created by the effort of millions of glowworms emitting this luminous light.
This Turkish city is surrounded by natural hot springs, and they create these gorgeous terraces in sedimentary rocks.
There is no better place for a perfect wedding than this popular spot in Maldives because it glows in the dark. According to scientists, this sparkling light is emitted by ostracod crustaceans that belong to seed shrimps.
Lake Baikal and Its Emerald Ice
This famous Russian lake is not only the largest and oldest one in the world, but it also has gorgeous glass-looking formations every March because of different temperatures and unequal pressure.
Grand Prismatic Spring
If you look at its picture, you will swear that it’s not real because the colors of this lake in Wyoming are unnatural, but you’re wrong. They are natural and created by cyanobacteria.
This geyser in Nevada looks wild and many people come here to get a peek, although it’s located on private land.
If you want to travel to the clouds without leaving the ground, this spot in Venezuela is a perfect choice. It’s an ancient mountain that has excellent hiking trails.
This Canadian lake attracts many tourists because of its frozen underwater bubbles. However, they are dangerous when being popped because they are methane.
It’s a well-known rolling land formation in Arizona, and its sandstone shapes resemble the paintings of Salvador Dali. The best part is that they change colors during the day.
Rio Tinto River
This Spanish river is not the best place for swimming because its orange, yellow, and red stones are caused by ongoing mining, so it’s quite poisonous.
This Chinese forest is one of the most exotic places to visit because its ancient limestone formations are huge and they also create an interesting labyrinth.
It’s one of the best kept secrets of Australia because this desert features many limestone pillars on the yellow sand.