10 Most Surreal Places in the World

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10 Most Surreal Places in the World
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5 January, 2020 0 Comments

"10 Most Surreal Places in the World

Our home earth is full of mysterious places, and there is no doubt your plant is incredible. We can all agree to all those places are beautiful but so surreal. These places are beyond the human imagination where colors are unnatural, rocks formations are unbelievable, and natural beauty is unmatchable.

Some of these places formations are still unknown. But most of these places are formed as a result of millions of years of modifications. Thanks to nature, you can sight fantastic places on earth. Besides, here are ten must surreal Places in the world.

1. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

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We cannot imagine our food, without salt, and is one of the integral ingredients. If you like salt, imagine being surrounded by the world's largest salt flat. Salar de Uyuni is the only world's largest salt with an area of 10,582 square kilometers.

The crust of its serves as a source of salt and makes a pool of rich lithium and brine. As a result, its surface is covered with salt crust processing the absolute flatness.

2. Lake Natron, Tanzania

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Have you ever seen a lake filled with unusual colors? The environment of Lake Natron has extremely high evaporation rates. During the summer days or dry season, due to excess water evaporation, the salinity level of its area increases to the maximum point.

You do not want to be in this place unless you are a salt-loving organism. Some of these organisms produce red pigments and coloring the water. 

3. Marfa, Texas

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While the raid of Area 51 event just went by, you might get interested in this very next town. The small desert city in America's Southwest is notoriety for its arts, cultural, and unusual activities. The city is not one of the places you want to spend the rest of your days. You will find historic architecture juxtaposed with minimalist sculpture in the vast expanse of arid desert.

The interesting facts are that tales of paranormal activities, UFO sighting, and mysterious incidents of eerie lights hit this small city. Marfa is one of the mythical and charming cities in the world.

4. The Devil's Throat, Iguazu Falls, Argentina

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The name "The Devil's Throat" will seem less scary when you visit Iguazu Falls. This is not the place for faint-hearted people, and if you are an adventurous person, then you are welcome.

Dare look down over the rail on jutting viewing the platform at the heat of the falls, and you will know why this fall is called "Devil's Throat." As water goes down, the sensation of a breathtaking rush will amaze with a roar and intense sound.

5. The Great Salt Desert

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This place is supernatural, and sunrise on the crystalline plane will wow you once you glance at Lake Bonneville. Once renowned for the prehistoric lake, it is now dried to desert-like landscaped of falt and endless white salt. The white salt stretches as far as your eyes can see and if you are interested in bringing the vehicle to explore this huge place.

6. Skocjan Caves Slovenia

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Not everyone likes cave, the bat, sophisticated and dark places scares everyone. Skocjan Caves are not different at all. During the underground journey of Skocjan Caves, you can find a natural spectacle straight out of fantasy fiction.

When you venture deeper paths lit by low lamps, you can explore the large rock chambers and many more. Do not miss out on cross-bridge straddling the largest underground canyon in the world. The beauty of this cave is unrivaled.

7. The Wave Arizona

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We have all seen waves of water, but the mysterious stones of Arizona will blow your mind.  Near the Arizona and UTAH border on Coyote Buttes slopes lies the wave in a sandstone. This is not the only interesting sight to see; the color on stones is beyond the normal one. Each year thousands of travelers and photographs from all over the world are attracted by its colorful, wavelike forms.

From research, it is said to be the U-shaped troughs are the result of erosion of the Navajo Sandstone. The most interesting facts are that this Navajo Sandstone is formed during the Jurassic Period.

8. Lake Retba, Senegal

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Situated in the north of the Cap-Vert Peninsula of Senegal is another beautiful yet surreal lake. We recently talked about the red looking red, and there is more of its kind.  Lake Retba got its name due to the Dunaliella salina algae making the water of this lake look like a strawberry milkshake.

If you are fond of chocolate milk, shake, then you will love to visit Lake Retba. The best season to visit Retba is the dry season. The weather will be clear, and the pink color is visible. Though its unnatural color, it fascinates you.

9. The Catacombs, Paris France

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Here is another scarier place on the earth. A horrible display of approximately six millions people lays interred in the depths of the Parisian Catacombs. It is said all these remains were brought from cemeteries during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and stacked up the walls.

Despite being a morbid display, it draws plenty of curious visitors to its sights. On every wall, you can see skeletons, ribs, skulls, and bones sticking on walls.  This is not the quite impression you will get in the romantic city of France.

10. Pig Beach, Major Cay, the Bahamas

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The Bahamas itself is a paradise of beach lovers. Honeymooners targets, this places as on their top list. The luxurious resorts, breathtaking views, and a peaceful environment is everything you want for a perfect vacation.

However, there is one different beach. The crystal clear water, white sands, and swimming with the pigs is one of the most surreal travel experiences out there. Yes, you read it right, get a chance to swim with unwanted visitors, and enjoy the island of pure white sands and glassy water.

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