33 Unbelievable Places To Visit Before You Die. I Can’t Believe These Actually Exist On Earth… | Distractify

Our planet is a wonderful place and there are countless gems like the Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia, for us to appreciate and preserve. The Plitvice Lakes National Park was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in

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The Fly Geyser of Black Rock Desert is really something spectacular. Black Rock Desert is an arid desert in the Great Basin. The Fly Geyser is also known among people as Fly Ranch Geyser. It is a small geothermal geyser that resembles a small mountain.

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Sentinels of the Arctic, Finland - These sentinels are actually giant trees covered in snow .These sentinels are actually giant trees covered in snow and ice. This strange sight occurs in winter, when temperatures range from to degrees centigrade.

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Tianzi Mountains, China - Formed underwater 380 million years ago, the flow destroyed surrounding sandstone, leaving only resilient stone pillars. Some of the columns have reached over feet above sea level.

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Reed Flute Caves, China The beautiful stalactites, stalagmites and pillars were all created through water erosion. In the present day, they are highlighted by multi colored lights which create a truly surreal environment.

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"Sea of Stars on Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives that glows with millions of pinpoints of glowing blue. The light from these bioluminescent phytoplankton looks like a fantastic starry sky somewhere deep in the universe.

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This cave system has been one of Guilin, China’s most popular attractions for over 1200 years. The beautiful stalactites, stalagmites and pillars were all created through water erosion.

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The Northern Lake Baikal is famous for it’s unnatural beauty. During the winter, the turquoise Ice cubes are formatted on the top of the lake. Located in Siberia, the Baikal lake creates these stunning turquoise ice cubes.

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Antelope Canyon (Arizona, USA) was formed by millions of years of flowing water that carved out a deep, yet narrow crevice. Since significantly less light makes it down to the deeper depths, the walls often appear to be different colors.

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Camel Thorn Trees, Photograph by Frans Lanting, National Geographic. Tinted orange by the morning sun, a soaring dune is the backdrop for the hulks of camel thorn trees in Namib-Naukluft Park.

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Highlands, Iceland The isolated highlands are filled with glaciers, craters, lakes and geysers, making it the perfect place to see the aurora borealis.

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