Below are 40 most amazing places that everybody should behold in their lifetimes.
1) Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia. [ via ]
Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, the largest salt flat in the world.
2) Mount Roraima, Venezuela. [ via ]
The table-top mountain Mount Roraima in Venezuela, world’s oldest geological formation.
3) Zhangjiajie Sandstone Pillars, China. [ via ]
Rising high up to the sky, Zhangjiajie Sandstone Pillars in China.
4) Chesler Park, Utah. [ via ]
Chesler Park in Utah with gorgeous ravines and ridges.
5) Socotra, Yemen. [ via ]
Socotra in Yemen and its unique flora.
6) Bryce Canyon, Utah. [ via ]
Geological wonders in Bryce Canyon in Utah.
7) Zhangye Danxia Mountains, China. [ via ]
Adored with a multitude of hues Zhangye Danxia Mountains in China.
8) The Wave, United States. [ via ]
The Wave in United States, mountains imprinted with wave-like texture.
9) Wave Rock, Australia. [ via ]
The famous wave-shaped rock, Wave Rock in Australia.
10) Badab-e Surt, Iran. [ via ]
Nature’s very own hill-top terrace, Badab-e Surt in Iran.
11) Fly Geyser, United States. [ via ]
Fly Geyser in United States made by a little intervention from man.
12) Whitehaven Beach, Australia. [ via ]
The white sands in Whitehaven Beach in Australia.
13) Trolltunga, Norway. [ via ]
The tongue-shaped rock of Trolltunga in Norway.
14) Victoria Falls, Southern Africa. [ via ]
The spectacular waterfalls of Victoria Falls in Southern Africa.
15) Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia. [ via ]
The cascade of lakes in Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia.
16) Niagara Falls, North America. [ via ]
The horseshoe-shaped Niagara Falls in North America.
17) Pamukkale, Turkey. [ via ]
The beautiful terraces of Pamukkale in Turkey.
18) Mendenhall Glacier, United States. [ via ]
Frozen in time, Mendenhall Glacier in United States.
19) Red Beach, China. [ via ]
Scarlet fauna cover in Red Beach in China.
20) Lake Hillier, Australia. [ via ]
Lake Hillier in Australia, the pink lake.
21) Great Blue Hole, Belize. [ via ]
Great Blue Hole in Belize is a cave amidst the azure sea.
22) Great Barrier Reef, Australia. [ via ]
The largest structure made by living organisms, Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
23) Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland [ via ]
Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland standing tall.
24) Black Falls, Iceland. [ via ]
Black Falls in Iceland with its magnificent rock patterns.
25) Spotted Lake, Canada. [ via ]
The marvelous spots of Spotted Lake in Canada.
26) Sand Dunes, Brazil. [ via ]
Sand Dunes in Brazil with their wavy patterns.
27) Danakil Depression, Ethiopia. [ via ]
Mineral-rich Danakil Depression in Ethiopia.
28) Lake Natron, Tanzania. [ via ]
The parched Lake Natron in Tanzania.
29) Darvaza Gas Crater, Turkmenistan. [ via ]
The ever-glowing Darvaza Gas Crater in Turkmenistan.
30) Hang Son Doong Cave, Vietnam. [ via ]
The humongous Hang Son Doong Cave in Vietnam.
31) Sea of Stars, Maldives. [ via ]
The star-filled Sea of Stars in Maldives.
32) Antelope Canyon, United States. [ via ]
Spellbinding hues of the Antelope Canyon in United States.
33) Hall of the Bulls, Lascaux Cave, France. [ via ]
Mankind’s initial artistry on the walls of Hall of the Bulls, Lascaux Cave in France.
34) Reed Flute Cave, China. [ via ]
The multi-colored Reed Flute Cave in China.
35) Vatnajokull Cave, Iceland. [ via ]
Vatnajokull Cave in Iceland, the crystal caves.
36) Waitomo Glowworm Caves, New Zealand. [ via ]
Waitomo Glowworm Caves in New Zealand with natural bulbs.
37) Fingal’s Cave, Scotland. [ via ]
Fingal’s Cave in Scotland with perfect stacks of pillars.
38) Blue Grotto Sea Cave, Italy. [ via ]
The azure Blue Grotto Sea Cave in Italy.
39) Naica Mine, Mexico. [ via ]
Dangerously protruding salt pillars of Naica Mine in Mexico.
40) Orda Cave, Russia. [ via ]
Submerged Orda Cave in Russia.