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15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself

  

There is no end to how unpredictable nature can be. It goes beyond your imagination and the beauty that you can ever expect. There are mysterious places that have put science in trouble and the most stunning places that makes you question the creativity of the maker. But, it all comes down to one thing. They exist and you have got just one lifetime to explore them.

Here are a few places that will make you question their existence until you see them in real.

1. The Pink Lake of Australia- Lake Hillier

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-1 The water is always blue. Right? You’d believe so until you have seen this pink lake that exists in Western Australia. The large saline lake is spread across the area of 37 acres and is separated from the Southern Ocean by a thin shoreline. If you are wondering why is the colour of the water pink, then you gotta hold your breath for some time. Although many scientists believe that it is due to the presence of specific species of microalgae - Dunaliella Salina which makes the salt appear pink and hence the colour but they can’t bet on the reason yet.

2. Gulf Of Alaska- where the water refuses to mix

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-2 What happens if you mix water of two different colours? They blend. But the unique effect at the Gulf Of Alaska will make you question your science basics. The Gulf of Alaska is where the two oceans meet but they do not mix. It is due to the different density of water, temperature and salinity that give existence to this mesmerizing phenomenon.

3. The mirror effect at Salar de Uyuni

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-3 It’s like a large mirror has been placed on the earth and it’s 100% natural. Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt desert in the world located in Bolivia and it’s so crystal clear that it will put your dressing table in shame. And, the place calls for some magical photographs.

4. Desert meets the sea, its hot and its cold!

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-4 Your mind will be boggled to see when you see the desert meets the sea. The golden dunes of the deserts meeting the blue waters of the sea and it has been putting the whole geography to question! The Namib desert meets the Atlantic ocean in South Africa. If you think you have seen enough because Namib desert is also home to the tallest dunes in the world which are pink and orange in colours.

5. Rainbows aren’t just for the sky- Vinicunca Rainbow mountains

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-5 Only if you could touch the rainbows. Well, if not the ones in the sky you can surely do it in Ausangate ranges of the Andes in Peru. It’s difficult to find the exact place and it requires the hiking of 6 days at least, but good things don’t come easy. Do they?

6. What’s shining there? - The Diamond beach in Iceland

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-6 Only if you were rich enough to see diamonds surrounding you all over. You don’t need that when all you need to do it head to Diamond beach in Iceland where you can see the crystal shining on the black beach. The diamond-like structures are formed by the ice. Ice on the beach? What? Well, you can never have enough of nature.

7. Emeralds treasure at Lake Baikal

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-7 You’d forget about owning emeralds if you once see these emeralds like structures at Lake Baikal in Russia. The largest freshwater lake in the world is famous for its spectacular landscape of snow and shimmering stones. It happens because the water is so clear that when it freezes at sub-zero temperatures they look like gigantic 150 ft tall emerald stones

8. The fascinating Mendenhall Ice Caves

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-8 These caves located in Alaska are a true beauty of nature. They are gigantic caves formed by the melting glaciers that have given them such a effect that they form ice caves with water flowing inside it. If you are fascinated by it, visit them soon before global warming kills them.

9. Stars under your feet at Glowing Beach in Maldives

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-9 If your lover ever said that they would bring stars under your feet, don’t doubt them. Maybe they just want to take you to the Glowing beach in Maldives. The glowing beach is famous for its lightening effect which makes it glow blue to the luminescent effect of the bioluminescent plankton.

10. The effect of Red Beach

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-10 White sand beach, golden sand beach, the black sand beach would all look trivial once you set your eyes on the red beach in China. The interesting part is, this beach has no sand at all. It is located in the biggest wetland and reed marsh in the world and the red that you see is created by the seaweed called Sueda. The beach turns vividly red in August and blue and red can never go wrong together. The beach is located in Panjin, Liaoning, China.

11. The blue burning Volcano in Indonesia

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-11 The Kawa Ijen volcano emits blue lava instead of red. The mind-blowing phenomenon gives effect to the lava appearing electric blue. This effect was captured by French photographer Olivier Grunewald and it is amazing. Apparently, it is due to the combustion of sulphuric acid that gives the lava this colour.

12. Let the Ruby falls in the USA

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-12 44 m high underground waterfalls located in Tennessee in the USA is such a wonderful place and it is the deepest cave in the country. But, that’s not even the best part. The underground caves and the cliffs that surround the Ruby falls are illuminated to make the water appear purplish blue and it's just a breathtaking beauty to watch.

13. Painting the sand pink- The Pink Beach

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-13 If pink is your colour then we have got one more wonder for you. The Pink Sands Beach in the Harbour island in the Bahamas is known for its baby pink coloured sand. It is such a beauty to see the two pastels colours meet that your heart would surely skip a beat.

14. The Avatar landscapes of Tianzi Mountain.

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-14 All I can think about is the Avatar movie and imagine the giant birds flying when I see these mountains. The huge mountains that stand vertically and reach until the clouds are located in the Hunan province in the Suoxi valley in China. The mountains are always befriended with the clouds and the vegetation grows vertically. They say it right, the beauty of mountains go beyond the imagination.

15. The hidden crater beach- Playa del Amor

15 Places You Won't Believe Exist On Earth Until You See Them For Yourself-15 Just imagine sailing in the wide ocean and you come across this hidden beach. The Playa del Amor which means beach of love was created by the bomb that landed just perfectly to give this beach to the mankind. It is located in Marieta Islands in Puerto Vallarta and takes a boat ride and a swim through the tunnel to reach this hidden beach.

How many of these places are already on your bucket list.

The glowing beach is my personal favourite. And if you want to go there go, make sure you have a look at Maldives travel packages.

Only if you could touch the rainbows. Well, if not the ones in the sky you can surely do it in Ausangate ranges of the Andes in Peru. It’s difficult to find the exact place and it requires the hiking of 6 days at least, but good things don’t come easy. Do they?
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