A selection of amazing, wonderful, fabulous landscapes of our planet.
1. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil.
The terrain in the Brazilian park is covered with numerous, very high dunes reaching 30-45 meters. In the rainy season in the picturesque lagoon area between the dunes are formed. Surprisingly, in spite of the frequent rains here almost no vegetation.
2. The Wave, Arizona, United States.
Incredible rock formations in Arizona – a miracle of nature. According to scientists, the formation of “waves” it took many millions of years. Excursions to the natural monument limited to 20 tourists a day, and ticket lottery conducted online within 3-4 months prior to the visit.
3. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia.
The largest salt marsh in the world, one of the most beautiful places on Earth. About Salar de Uyuni we have already mentioned in one of our stories. (Soon)
4. Red beach, Panjin, China.
Special flaming red color of this marshland give algae bloom. Flowering takes place in the autumn, at the same time there is going to a large number of tourists who want to witness the unusual natural phenomenon.
5. Plateau Sossusvlei, Namibia.
Clay plateau Sossusvlei in Namibia is known the world’s largest red dunes. There is also has its own Dead valley with typical cracked soil and the remains of dead trees from the heat.
6. Cappadocia, Anatolia, Turkey.
Historic Place in the territory of modern Turkey, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cappadocia is famous for its stunning mountain landscapes.
7. Rapeseed field, China.
Huge field blossoming rapeseed in Yunnan Province in southern China.
8. Kaieteur Falls, Guyana.
Kaieteur is one of the most beautiful and largest waterfalls in the world. However, it is little known to the general public because of its inaccessibility: the waterfall is located in the little-studied mountain area in the heart of a vast tropical forest.
9. Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland.
Giant’s Causeway is 40 thousand interconnected hexagonal basalt columns on the oceanfront in the north-eastern part of Northern Ireland. According to scientists, unusual formations are of volcanic origin. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
10. Dolomites, Italy.
This picturesque mountain region is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Dolomites – traditionally one of the most popular areas for tourism in Europe.
11. Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, USA.
The world famous Grand Prismatic Hot Spring – the card in the United States Yellowstone National Park. Bright colors – the result of the local bacterial activity.
12. Bamboo Forest, Japan.
Stunning bamboo forest in Arashiyama – a picturesque area near the Japanese city of Kyoto.
13. Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan.
Another attraction of Japan – Floral Hitachi Seaside Park. Guide Park manages time after time to surprise visitors with new and new installations of striking colors.
14 Pamukkale, Turkey.
Geothermal Pamukkale (this word means “cotton castle”) is well known for Russian tourists. The dazzling white limestone terraces were formed over millions of years. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
15. Black Forest, Germany.
German Fairy “Black Forest” has already become the hero of one of our materials – Bewitching beauty: the Black Forest. (Soon)
16. Rice Terraces, China.
Classic terraced agriculture in Yunnan province, China.
17 Rock “Trolltunga”, Norway.
Fantastic rock «Trolltunga» – one of the most spectacular places in Norway (New tab).
18. Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park, China.
Landscape education in a national park in China Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park known unusual “colorful” rocks, formed over 24 million years.
19. Lapland, Finland.
Thoroughly trees powdered with snow in Lapland. The real winter landscape is always relevant.