You have gone on trips to beautiful place and hotels, but you are still hungry for more amazing views on your next trip. These are places you will never believe existed until you are left with awe of amazement. Here are sights that will get you bewildered.
MARBLE CAVE- CHILE
Marble Cave is a solid cave that is located on a peninsula at General Carrera Lake. It is a remote glacial lake that spans the Chile-Argentina. It was formed with about 6,000 years of crashing waves washing up against the stone. The walls of the cave are smooth and swirling blues, which is as a result of the lake’s deep blue waters, which change in intensity and tint, depending on water levels in some number of years.
It is very far from all roads in Chile, the marble cave can only be accessible by boat.
A sight of the marble carves goes beyond the pictures, you will be amazed at the very sight of it.
ZHANGYE DANXIA LANDFORM: GANSU, CHINA
Zhangye’s Danxia is a rainbow-like landscape of precipitous red sandstone, most of which are several hundred meters high, and multicoloured ridges of weathered levels, sometimes stretching to the horizon. It was formed by the erosion of red sandstone, forming isolated peaks and steps. Sometimes, it could be smooth and sometimes sharp and stand out against the eclipse of the plains, looking grand and extraordinary.
SALAR DE UYUNI- BOLIVIA
Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world, created by crystalline nature of salt. It is 3,800 square miles that spread across Bolivia’s remote southwest. Despite the desert’s dryness, freezing night temperature is unavoidable. Animals like pink flamingo, ancient cacti and rare hummingbirds live in the Salar de Uyuni.
In the wet season, the salt flat is transformed into a vast salt lake, even though one that is only six to twenty inches deep, accessible by both boat and truck. In this period, the flat salt lake totally mirrors the sky, creating a weird imagination of eternity.
CENOTES- YUCATAN PENINSULA, MEXICA
The meaning of Cenotes is ‘sacred well’. A natural swimming hole formed by the collapse of porous limestone bedrock, which has revealed a secret subterranean world of groundwater pools. It is a place where giant tropical trees and vines form wild cathedral walls leading up to shafts of sunlight.
Cenotes caves have fresh water that has been precisely purified by the earth, making them so clear and pure, such that you can see straight through the water. These Open-air Cenotes are mineral-rich algae that nourish and protects your skin. If you are underwater photographers, you will be thrilled to see the clear waters in Cenotes.
TROLTUNGA- HARDALAND, NORWAY
Troltunga is a piece of rock that hangs 2,300 feet above a lake in the Norwegian mountains. It is a spectacular scenic cliff in Norway, situated about 1100 meters above sea level. The view is precisely breathtaking. It takes about 10 to 12 hours to trek to and fro the high mountain. It is a long hard trek. Usually, it is advisable to trek during the period of mid-June, sometimes, until September. You must also carefully consider your shape and equipment before setting out on your trip. There is no mobile coverage along the route. Most importantly, don’t schedule your trip to Troltunga during winter, except mid-March, when you can tour with your guided snowshoe.
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