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10 Most Beautiful and Amazing Places in the World That Actually Exists
17 December, 2019 0 Comments

"10 Most Beautiful and Amazing Places in the World That Actually Exists

If you are planning to travel some fantastic and beautiful destinations in this holiday season, then get your attention here. 

Today, we are counting our top 10 picks of most unusual and

beautiful placeson Earth. So keep your passport aside and booking nearby while you read out the top list. Let's get this started:

1. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

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He world's largest salt flat frozen in the depth of winter gets transferred into a giant sky-reflecting mirror during the monsoon.

When these small structural pools get filled with water from rain, a shimmering, illusory horizon gets created.

An upsidedown reflection formed from the process attracts many tourists every year.

2. Northern Lake Baikal, Russia

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Located in the southern part of Siberia, this amazing lake is the world's most significant freshwater bit of blue.

During the winters, the water around these parts freezes into sheets in the collection, giving a view you would die to see.

From December to February, the temperature gets down to -19°C turning the water into sheets of turquoise ice.

3. Kuang Si Falls, Luang Prabang, Laos

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Following a 3 tier route to a 50-meter drop before falling into the shallow pool, The Kuang si falls make great swimming holes.

A perfect place for swimmers to get into their suits and show up some swimming skills.  Apart from the main attraction, the site is surrounded by lush tropical jungle

4. Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile

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Also, one of South America's most beautiful national parks, Torres del Paine National Park, richly occupies the fantastic Andes.

Visitors come to visit the park to hike over mountains loaded with white stuff and glaciers. If you were planning to visit the site, let me tell you what else you can come across during your visit.

Travelers can witness some rare view of bright blue icebergs that cleave from glaciers. Alongside this, they will be able to see golden pampas (grasslands) that shelter unique wildlife such as llama.

5. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming, USA

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I guess our list is getting wet all over, and here comes another stuff to blow your socks off right from north America.

Among all the largest, the third-largest hot spring in the world found in Yellowstone National Park, Grand Prismatic Spring is a natural pool that attracts tourists, travelers, and couples with its rainbow-colored waters.

6. Huacachina, Peru

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Catch a glimpse of this remarkable oasis of the desert constructed around an established watering hole in the 1930s.

Hold your eyes peeled for an overview of the iconic resident of the lake, a mermaid. Peru is also home to one of the World's Seven Wonders, Machu Picchu, and a fantastic holiday destination.

7. The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan

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Ok, it's merely a geyser, but 'Door to Hell' doesn't it sound a lot more catchy? Moreover, this hot lava pool in Turkmenistan's Karakum Desert feels like you'd expect an underworld gateway to look like red and warm and steamy. In our round-up of the best natural wood, we have more bucket-list.

8. Santorini, Greece

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Oia is the most popular and probably the most beautiful of all the picturesque villages of the beautiful Greek island of Santorini, situated on top of a cliff with a spectacular view of the Palea volcano, Nea Kameni, and the island of Thirassia.

Only about 11 kilometers from Fira, north of the island, Oia will welcome you with its traditional stone buildings lining the tight streets, breathtaking blue-coupled churches, and sunbathing verandas.

9. Mount Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia

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A few days of hard climbing is well-rewarded with this unusual perspective at the summit of Mount Rinjani, Indonesia's second-largest active volcano.

At the top of this epic ascent lies a crater lake, affectionately known by locals as the' Child of the Sea.' And don't miss the opportunity to see dragons at Komodo National Park while you're in Indonesia.

10. Mount Roraima

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This mountain is not only because of its shape but also because of its origin, among the most distinctive volcanic rock formations on Earth. Tepuis are thought to be the residual of a prominent sandstone terrace between the northern edge of the Amazon Basin and the Orinoco, between the Atlantic coast and the Rio Negro.

The tepuis got created by modifications on the surface of the planet. Most likely, they were created when several billion years ago, the continents were drifting apart, and South America seperated from West Africa.
Mount Roraima's uniqueness has established a basis for many hypotheses.

For his novel "Lost World, a story of modern dinosaurs," Arthur Conan Doyle used Roraima as his inspiration. His book is an inspiration by the hypothesis that the endemic fauna and flora of tepuis represent remnants of ancient species from the age of dinosaurs.

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