Check Out These 10 Breathtaking Wonders Of The World That You Won’t Believe Are REAL!

Breathtaking mountain tops, surreal glaciers, plains with wilds running around: We all wish to enjoy our lives in a gorgeous world. And we hate to accept that enlisting Mother Nature’s all creations could probably take a lifetime or even more, however these 10 breathtaking wonders from around the world do need to move up to claim the top spots on your travel list.

 

Red Seabeach, Panjin, China

These shallow tidelands offer a home for countless birds and small animals that flock to these parts for food. This Chinese landscape looks spectacular, thanks to its mysterious ruby look that it derives from the red grass, known as Sueda that grows in the area.

 

 

Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

One of the largest salt plains on the planet, Salar de Uyuni is spread around an area of over 10000 sq km! The place also has a number of hotels that are made out of blocks of salt! Do visit this white abode and you’ll find yourself amazed by the sheer beauty of the place.

 

 

One’uli Beach, Maui, Hawaii, USA

Known for its spectacular black sand, the One’uli Beach beach in Hawaii is flocked by thousands of tourists every year from around the world. It also has diving and snorkeling facilities, making it a must-visit for any beach lover. You should definitely add this location to the list of places you should visit next!

 

 

Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Maranhão, Brazil

This Brazilian landscape is truly a wonder. With crystal clear blue water ponds merging into a sandy landscape, this place cannot be out of your travel list. You can enjoy swimming in these stunning natural pools and enjoy the breathtaking scenery that awaits you!

 

 

Hamilton Pool, Texas, USA

This landscape in Texas wasn’t even visible until the dome fell off – exposing the breathtaking view of the pool that lies beneath that. Add to that the spectacular waterfall that dots the landscape, making it one of the most surreal wonders of the world you should visit.

 

 

Vaadhoo Island, Maldives

Well, this isn’t special effects used in a Hollywood movie! The stunning natural light coming off this beach is actually created by the phytoplankton. These microbes emanate this blue glow at night, making it a favorite place for tourists from around the world.

 

 

Marble Caves, Carerra Lake, Argentina

This underground wonder in Argentina is a favorite amongst the tourists, thanks to its unique landscape. This freshwater lake is surrounded on all sides with marble caves that reflect the water beneath and give the whole landscape a surreal look. Add to it the unusual network the caves have, which are known as the “Marble Cathedrals” amongst the locals.

 

 

Champagne Pool, North Island, New Zealand

We assure you – this isn’t a landscape from another planet. The Champagne Pool is actually a place in New Zealand that was formed well over a thousand years ago. This place is special amongst the tourists because of the constant vapor arising out of this pool that gives it a unique and out-of-the-world look.

 

 

Lake Hillier, Australia

This ‘pink lake’ actually goes by the name of Lake Hillier. We have no clue (nor do the scientists) whatsoever why this pool has pink water, but it does make for an awesome view! The pool doesn’t have any kind of negative impact on humans and is definitely a place you should check out soon.

 

 

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves, North Island, New Zealand

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves are known for their surreal beauty amongst tourists from all over the world. You can go for a boat tour in these amazing caves and witness the wonder that is glowworm. At night, these worms emanate blue glow that reflects in the waters and on the caves, making the whole landscape turn unbelievably beautiful.