These places are all unique and beautiful in their own way and should be visited at least once.
1. The Door To Hell
This is located in Turkmenistan and is basically a crater which starting burning 35 years ago and has not stopped till date. It is 70 meters wide and was discovered in 1971. When it was found, scientists did not calculate the among of gas it held very accurately which is why it still continues to go up in flames. You may not be able to visit this but you can see it from a distance.
2. Mounth Roraima
This is a tabletop mountain in Venezuela, Guyana and Brazil. One can go till the top with the help of a natural ramp that was formed years ago. If you do not wish to take the staircase, you should go back and take some rock climbing lessons for a few years before returning.
3. Meteor Crater
This crater is located in the United States and was created over 50000 years ago. It was a huge grassland at the time and was covered with camels and wooly mammoths. Fortunately, no humans were present which is why it continues to be as unique and beautiful as it is.
4. The Great Dune of Pyla
The Great Dune of Pyla is massive- it is about 100 meters in terms of height, 500 meters wide and about 3 kilometer in terms of length. It is steep and has turned into a forest over the years. The Great Dune of Pyla is very famous among those who like to indulge in adventure sports especially paragliding.
This is considered to be the weirdest and most unusual looking place on the planet. It is isolated because of which the vegetation found here is unlike anything you will ever see. One such tree is the Dragon’s Blood Tree which produces sap that is red in color. It is unnatural looking and so are the spiders and birds that reside here. If you decide to visit this place, be sure to take several photographs!
This place is in Greenland and while it may not be beautiful, it is definitely unique. It is located at the northernmost point of the Earth and is quite tiny. It was discovered in 1998 and people found that lichens were growing in and around it. Not too many people have visited this place but you definitely should.
Rotorua is in New Zealand- a city which is well known for its sheer volume of geysers. Rotorua is known for its weird smell which resembles that of rotten eggs. If you decide to go to New Zealand, strap on some face masks and step into this city! The thermal wonderlands are breathtaking and once you get used to the smell, you will not be sorry that you visited!
8. Don Juan Pond
This pond is in Antarctica and is said to be the saltiest in the world. It is quite small and not too deep. According to studies, the water you will find in this lake will be about 18 times saltier than regular sea water.
9. Iceberg B-15
This is in Antarctica too and is said to be the largest iceberg in the world. It is larger than Jamaica and was formed in the year 2000.
10. Guaira Falls
These falls are massive and are said to be the largest in the world. About 1,700,00 cub feet of water cascades every single second- which makes for a beautiful and unique sight.