Lake Como – Mix royalty with exotic beauty and you’ve got Lake Como in Lombardy, Italy. Many celebrities such as George Clooney have homes there and the third largest lake in Italy was formed by a glacier many years ago.
Ice Canyon in Greenland (or what some call Greenland’s Grand Canyon) is a natural unlike anything else in the world. It runs 460 miles and sits underneath one of Greenland’s largest ice sheets. The craziest thing is, this wonder was just discovered last year and has many people interested in how it formed.
Sea Glass Beach – OK sea glass hunters, this the number one beach to go to to get as much sea glass as you can get your hands on. If you are planning on checking this out, it sits in MacKerriicher State Park in Fort Bragg, California and the reason for all the glass is the years of garbage dumping into the coast line.
Fly Gesyer – Just take a guess where this baby is. It looks like something from another planet or some make believe fairy world, but Fly Gesyer is actually located in the state of Nevada. It is extremely difficult to get into and not open to the public and was actually created due to well-drilling.
The Wave – Yet another area of nature that looks like it’s out of this world and yet it’s really just in Arizona. This is the result of erosion of the Navajo Sandstone. It certainly will make you dizzy just looking at it!
Crescent Lake – It seems to be lying in the middle of nowhere and Crescent Lake, six kilometers outside the city of Dunhuang, China and is part of the Qing Dynasty. This area attracts many camel-appreciating tourists.
Lake Natron – Yes, we mean lake as in a body of water. That is water. Lake Natron is a lake in the African country of Tanzania and gets its red pigmentation because of the high levels of salinity. The lake also evaporates very quickly during the dry season and people have compared the redness to a Martian area.
Frozen Waves – Imagine having giagantic, tumultuous waves coming at you but they could do you no harm. That exactly what it would be like standing in front of the frozen waves in Antarctica. The cause of this is actually melting instead of freezing.
Tunnel of Love – It looks like something out of a mystical story book or something you would find in Narnia. But it’s actually found in Ukraine, Kleven. It is an abandoned railroad track that has many trees and plants growing over it and is a popular destination for romantic couples.
Glen Brittle – In the south of the isle of Skye in Scotland is Glen Brittle, a popular biking and hiking destination for people to admire the local slopes filled with purple colored trees above the Fairy Pools and their pristine, clear waters.