Bored with the typical sight-seeing? Don’t want another weekend at some hill station or beach? Here are some breath-taking wonders of nature you might wanna see.
There’s a better architect and builder than anyone in the history of mankind you know, and its name is NATURE.
The Waitomo Glowworm Caves, North Island, New Zealand.
- Ever heard of glowworms? You will only find these glowing creatures in New Zealand.
- Take a look and decide yourself how amazing they actually are.
Lake Hilliers, Australia
- Australia is a continent where you can find almost anything, even a pink color lake.
- This beautiful natural oddity has bewildered people for centuries.
- No, you can’t swim there since helicopters are not allowed to land for normal tourists, otherwise, the water is safe.
Marbles Caves, Carerra lake, Argentina and Chile
- Nature was maybe in mood to showcase some graffiti skills because this beguiling lake is surrounded by marble caves.
- The freshwater lake is a big tourist attraction and is called ‘Marble Cathedral’.
Champagne Pool, North Island, New Zealand
- Don’t put your hopes way too high, this pool doesn’t have some sort of natural champagne, instead, it’s a geothermal pool with an out of the world environment.
- This fantastic natural pond formed 900 years ago and the temperature remains pretty decent at 73 °C (163 °F). Careful if you have sensitive skin though.
Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Maranhão, Brazil
- Not only crystal clear water ponds, but this wonder of nature also has a desert-like sandy landscape.
- The best part? You can swim in these natural pools and enjoy bathing in the beauty of nature.
Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia
- A wonderful vast white landscape on the largest salt flat in the flat, what else do you need?
- Still not impressed? They have hotels built of salt blocks. I’m going to book a flight writing after this. Sayonara!