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There are many beautiful places and natural attractions on our planet, from tall mountains and deep seas to hidden caves and tropical islands. We present you the most stunning places on Earth you will sure want to visit.

Explore the Wonders of Nature

Nature is full of wonders and stunning locations. There are so many different landscapes, climate areas, geological formations, curious water phenomena and other natural attractions to admire. Rainforests, open seas, deep caves and high cliffs – this is nature on its best.

It is a sad fact that civilization and untouched nature don’t always go well together so it is not surprising that many of the most stunning places on Earth are situated in remote locations. However, this only adds to their charm and it shows all the beauty of our planet.

A Different Kind of Tourism

If you are bored of the usual destinations and conventional hotels, why not try something different? Traveling to exotic locations and exploring natural wonders of the Earth make for an unforgettable experience. It is particularly recommended for those who prefer adventure to an idle holiday.

Since many of these impressive natural landmarks are located in remote areas, this type of exploration is ideal for those who are fit and ready for challenges. That doesn’t necessarily mean that you need to be in a perfect shape to visit the world’s most beautiful places. The good news is that the beauty of these locations has been recognized by governments so the landmarks are often included on the tourist maps. Many of these landmarks have comfortable accommodation nearby and organized tours so you can enjoy these places even if you are not particularly adventurous. In other words, it is possible to combine comfort and nature exploration so think about this option the next time you plan a holiday.


1.Victoria Falls is the most stunning waterfall in the world. Located on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, this African natural wonder is considered the largest waterfall in the world. The area is known for stunning scenery extending on the both sides of the river Zambezi over a flat plateau. At one place, the river encounters a sharp drop due to a fracture zone in the plateau, resulting in an impressive waterfall. The drop is over 1700 meters wide, which makes Victoria Falls one of the most impressive natural attractions in the world.

The water cascades down the basalt rocks to the depth ranging from 80 to 108 meters. There are two larger islands and many smaller islets located in the chasm. The islands and islets further divide the water into a series of smaller waterfalls. Victoria Falls is also one of the rare places on Earth where you can see a Moonbow (a lunar rainbow).


2. Mount Roraima belongs to the Pakaraima mountain chain and is one of the most stunning natural attractions in South America. The mountain has a 31 square kilometer summit area and is known for its 400-meter high cliffs. This peculiar geological formation is used as a triple border between Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil.

Mount Roraima is part of the Canaima National Park. The mountains within the Park are among the oldest geological formations in the world. Mount Roraima is the most attractive of them all because of its plateau that offers stunning views hundreds of kilometers in all directions.


3. Volcanic Landscapes of Santorini, Greece

Greece is known for its beautiful Mediterranean islands but one of them is truly remarkable. Located just north of Crete, the island of Santorini (also known as Thera) is a stunning example of volcanoes shaping the landscape. The entire island as we know it today was created as a result of a volcanic eruption that occurred 3,600 ago during the Minoan period.

As a result of the eruption, half of the previous landmass disappeared into the ocean, creating a huge central lagoon surrounded by volcanic cliffs. Santorini is great for exploring volcanic landscapes coupled with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. You can also enjoy some of the most stunning and peculiar beaches in the world filled with black and red volcanic pebbles.


4. Preikestolen, Norway

Preikestolen, also known as “Preachers Pulpit” in Norway is a steep cliff rising over 600 meters above the Lysefjorden fjord. As such, it offers stunning views to the surrounding landscape and makes one of the most popular natural attractions in Norway.

The top of the cliff can be reached only through a 3km long hike path, so this is a great option for those who like adventure and a more active holiday experience.


5. Rainbow Mountains are located in the Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park, China. The mountains are known for very unusual colours of the rocks, including red, orange, yellow, brown and even shades of blue and grey. The rocks are several hundred meters tall and rise sharply over the surrounding terrain. The Rainbow Mountains have been voted one of the most stunning landforms in all China.

Zhangye Danxia Mountains are created by sandstone and other mineral deposits that have been layered over the course of more than 20 million years. Weather conditions such as wind and rain, as well as time, are responsible for shaping the rocks and producing extraordinary colours and patterns that can be seen today.


6. Blue Hole, Belize

Blue Hole, also known as The Great Blue Hole, is a huge marine sinkhole in Belize. Blue holes are large marine caverns opening to the surface. They extend deep below the sea level and are known to contain caves and other submarine passages.

The Great Blue Hole is the most impressive of all the blue holes. Located just off the coast of Belize, it lies in the center of a small atoll called Lighthouse Reef. The Hole is almost circular in shape and extends more than 100 meters below the sea level. This is an amazing natural phenomenon in the Caribbean and one of the most stunning places in the world.


7. Vatnajökull Ice Cave, Iceland

Vatnajökull (Vatna Glacier) is the largest ice cap in Iceland and the second largest glacier in northern Europe. Located in the south-east part of Iceland, Vatnajökull contains mesmerizing ice caves spreading hundreds of meters in every direction. The caves are known for their beauty and shiny experience so they are often dubbed “the Crystal Caves”.

This is one of the most stunning natural phenomena involving ice and cold climate. The glacier covers a wide area of about 8,000 square miles and contains numerous ice caves you can visit. During your next trip to Iceland make sure to book a tour to explore these Crystal Caves.


8. Vaadhoo Sea of Stars, Maldives

Vaadhoo island in the Maldives is known not only for its tropical beauty but also for the most stunning marine bioluminescence in the world. Dubbed “the Sea of Stars”, the ocean around Vaadhoo island glows and sparkles during the night, which can be easily observed on all the island’s beaches.

The phenomenon known as marine bioluminescence is produced by a phytoplankton that makes algae shine and become illuminated. This is a defense mechanism made to disorientate potential predators. Vaadhoo island is the best location in the world to enjoy the Sea of Stars, particularly during summer months.