12. Salt Flats, Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia
It’s a heaven on earth with Amazing salt flats where the sky and ground merge together to create a dreamy landscape
It’s almost impossible to distinguish in these dream-like landscapes where the sky ends, and the ground’s visible . And with the addition of a few figures praying and dancing, even a few cars rumbling through, they take on an outer-worldly feel.
The flat is located in Southern Bolivia near the country’s Tunupa volcano which makes up the world’s largest salt desert, around 11,000 km sq. It is larger than Lake TiticacaThe salt flats which are 3,600m above sea level in the Andes – making it almost possible, it seems, to reach up and touch the sky from the ground And the salt flats themselves are 3,600m above sea level in the Andes – making it almost possible, it seems, to reach up and touch the clouds from the ground
13. Mount Roraima, Venezuela
Mount Roraima is a fascinating lost world with flat-topped mountain unique species found nowhere else on the planet
On the Guiana Shield in the southeastern part of Venezuela few km ,Canaima National Park forming the highest peak of Guyana’s Highland RangeMount Roraima lies on the Guiana Shield in the southeastern corner of Venezuela’s. 30,000-square-kilometre Canaima National Park forms the highest peak of Guyana’s Highland Range.
Many of the species found on Roraima are unique. Plants such as pitcher plants, Campanula, and the rare Rapatea Heather are commonly found on the summit. It rains every day here. Almost the entire surface of the summit is bare sandstone, with only a few bushes present and low scanty and bristling on the rocky summit.
14. Thien Cung Cave Vietnam
The pictures are naturally sculpted through lightening and wind flow inside the cave and due to its natural attractiveness and magnificence the cave is also called The Heaven Cave
Thien Cung Grotto (Heavenly Cave) is at the height of 25 meters above the sea level.Situated on Wooden Stakes Island in the southwestern Halong Bay and about 4 kilometres from tourism wharf. Thien Cung
Walking through a narrow door, you would be surprised by a large space and spectacular formation of stalactites inside the cave. The impressive structure offers the most fantastic feeling ever. The folk tales and the legend stories can be interpreted from the pictures present inside the amazing cave. The cave looks like a museum created from nature with the stalactites and stalagmites forming the pictures of fish schools, flocks of birds, and the daily life of people.
15. Glacier National Park, Montana
The park is referred to as the “Crown of the Continent Ecosystem”, a region with 10000 different plant species and 100 of animal species.
Glacier National Park is located in the U.S. state of Montana, situated at the south of the Canadian borders of Alberta and British Columbia. The park was established on May 11, 1910. The park encompasses over 1,000,000 acres and includes parts of two mountain ranges over 130 named lakes. This vast pristine ecosystem is the centrepiece of what has been encompassing 16,000 square miles.
There is an easy accessibility for automobiles into the heart of the park, and it is worth a visit.
16. Carrera Lake , Santa Cruz, Argentina
With 586-meter depth, Carrera Lake is the fourth largest in Argentina and the biggest lake in Chile and the view is really breathtaking.
General Carrera Lake is a lake situated at Patagonia .Lake’s surface is 1,850 km² of which 970 km² in the Argentine Santa Cruz Province.The lake is of glacial origin which is surrounded mountain range – Andes. The lake drains to the Pacific Ocean on the west by the Baker River.
The weather here is cold and humid.The weather is pleasant here throughout the year. The lake is known as a trout and salmon fishing destination.
17. Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia
With surrounded temperate rain forest you can have a breathtaking view from 140 m long and 70m above the sea level the Capilano bridge.
Situated in the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is – The Capilano Suspension Bridge which is a simple suspension bridge crossing the Capilano River . Being a part of a private facility, it has an admission fee and attracts over 800,000 visitors per year.
The Bridge and Treetops Adventure is one of its kind in North America, the park also consists rain forest ecotours , award-winning gardens, nature trails, period decor and costumes, and exhibits highlighting the park’s history . Guests can also witness a First Nations performance, featuring their traditional dresses, masks, dancing and storytelling.
18. The Gardens at Marqueyssac, France
With uniquely carved plants and tree shapes, the garden will leave you speechless and mesmerized.
The Chateau de Marqueyssac is a 17th-century château and gardens located at Vézac, in the Dordogne Department of France.
In the 1860s, owner Carvel began to plant thousands of boxwood trees – today there are over thousands and that have been carved into fantastic shapes, many in groups of rounded shapes like sheep flocks . He also added cypress and linden trees, and stone pine from Italy, and introduced the cyclamen from Naples.
The gardens were opened to the public in 1996. Since 1997, the gardens have been classified amongst the Notable France Garden by the Committee of Parks and Gardens of the French Ministry of Culture.
19 .Tianzi Mountains, China
Beautiful Tianzi Mountains, China: Looks Just Like the Movie Avatar
Located in Zhangjiajie in the Hunan Province of China is the Tianzi Mountain . Tianzi Mountain provides stunning views of peaks, which rise one after another. It is famous as ‘the Monarch of the Peak Forest.’ It expands over an area of 67 square kilometres, and the highest peak is 1,262 meters above the sea level.
20. Blue Caves – Zakynthos Island, Greece
The water cannot be bluer than this, which turn every object blue beneath it!
In the north of the Greek Ionian island of Zakynthos at an area called Skinari you will find this majestic Blue Caves. The Blue Caves are one of the islands most famous natural attractions and were discovered in 1897 by Antonio Komodo. The caves attract thousands of visitors each year and are located just below the lighthouse at Cape Skinari.
The Blue Caves can only be visited by boat. There are small boats and some boats have glass bottoms so you can see the marine life below. There are many boat trips to the Blue Caves, which you can board at places around the island. Though includes people who can enter the water inside the caves to swim.
21.Hardanger Bridge, Norway
Hardanger Bridge is the longest tunnel to tunnel suspension bridge in the world
Hardanger Bridge is a suspension bridge across the Hardangerforden in Hordaland county, Norway. It is the longest suspension bridge in Norway. The bridge was engineered by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration; the construction is done with a budget of 2.3 billion. The opening of the bridge took place on 17 August 2013.
The ferry, service by Fjord1, run across the every 40 minutes depending on the season, and the trip lasts 10 minutes.The bridge is 1,400 m long, with a main span of 1,310 m. Sailing height is 55 m, and the towers reach 200 m above sea level. There are two driving lanes for cars with an 80 km per hour speed limit, and a separate lane for pedestrians and cyclists.
22. Homebush Bay-
Homebush Bay is a bay situated on the south bank of the Parramatta River, in the western suburbs of Sydney, Australia.
The Bay has natural and artificial shoreline on the southern side of the Parramatta River between the former suburb of Homebush Bay . The bay got contaminated with dioxin and other harmful chemicals by Union Carbide group leading to commercial fishing bans in most of Sydney Harbour. Fishing is prohibited in Homebush Bay for health reasons.
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