How Many Of These Natural Wonders Have You Seen?

 

“No man is brave that has never walked a hundred miles. If you want to know the truth of who you are, walk until not a person knows your name. Travel is the great leveler, the great teacher, bitter as medicine, crueler than mirror-glass. A long stretch of road will teach you more about yourself than a hundred years of quiet.”
―Patrick Rothfuss

 

Humanity’s love for travel and most famous and interesting places to visit is an insatiable one. Remember The famous Seven Wonders of the Ancient World? Let’s make our own. Everyone is entitled to make its own list of uncountable wonders of his/her world.

So pack your suitcase, and let’s embark together upon this journey around the world in the search of our own wonders!

 

The Amazon River and Rainforest

The Amazon River and Rainforest

The Amazon rainforest stretches out over 9 countries, and is the largest and most biodiverse forest in the world.

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Jeju Island

Jeju Island

Jeju Island is an amazing volcanic island in the province of South Korea

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Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay in northern Vietnam is a popular tourist destination due to to its gorgeous limestone karsts and unbelievable  floating fishing villages

 

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

The famous Iguazu Falls at the brink of the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil.

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The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon

The famous, massive canyon cut by the Colorado River through Arizona is one of the few wonders that should on every Bucket List

 

Harbor of Rio de Janeiro

Harbor of Rio de Janeiro

Christ the Redeemer statue — one of the regularly cited man-made wonders of the world

 

Aurora Borealis

Aurora Borealis

The aurora (aurora borealis or “Northern Lights” in the north, aurora australis in the south), is caused by the collision of solar winds with Earth’s magnetospheres, and can be viewed from pretty much anywhere within certain latitudes

 

 Bu Tinah Shoals

Bu Tinah Shoals

Bu Tinah, off the coast of Abu Dhabi, is a coral archipelago that is totally closed to the public

 

The Dead Sea

The Dead Sea

 

Jeita Grotto

Jeita Grotto

The Jeita Grotto is a series of caves in Lebanon that was inhabited in prehistoric times and now stands tall as a landmark of humanity

 

Masurian Lake District

Masurian Lake District

This amazing well-connected system of lakes (with over 2,000) in Poland

 

Sundarbans

Sundarbans

The world’s largest tidal mangrove forest, and is famous for being one of the largest Bengal Tiger reserves

 

Maldives

Maldives

The almost surreal  series of coral atolls in the Indian Ocean

 

 Angel Falls

The world’s tallest uninterrupted waterfall (at 3,212 feet) is in the jungles of Venezuela

The world’s tallest uninterrupted waterfall (at 3,212 feet) is in the jungles of Venezuela

 

The Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher

Western Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher are one of the country’s most picturesque tourist destinations

 

El Yunque

El Yunque

El Yunque is the only tropical rainforest in the US National Forest System

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Matterhorn

Matterhorn

The Matterhorn, between Italy and Switzerland, seen as one of the most difficult destinations to reach

 

Milford Sound

Milford Sound

New Zealand’s South Island which was called “the eighth wonder of the world” by Rudyard Kipling

 

Mud Volcanoes of Azerbaidjan

Mud volcanoes of Azerbaijan

Surreal path of muddy volcanoes

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Yushan

Yushan

Supremacy-Taiwan’s tallest mountain

 

The Sahara Desert

The Sahara Desert

Dunes of Hope

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Salar de Uyuni

Salar de Uyuni

Bolivia’s salt flat (the world’s largest)-the world of dreams

 

Pando

Pando

Pando (“The Trembling Giant”) is a tree colony in Utah that is actually a single organism

 

Zhangjiaje

Zhangjiajie

The stunning sandstone pillars of Zhangjiajie’s Wulingyuan