This post is about the 10 incredible places that actually exist in the world.
The marble caves are located in general courier Lake or Lake Buenos Aris which is a part of Chile and Argentina. These formations are found at the center of the lake and were created by waves over the course of about six thousand two hundred years. They jut out of the water creating caverns with floors of water. The roofs of the caves are made up of jagged smooth stone and their colors are marbled shades of grey-blue and green. The most recognized formation is called the marble chapel. It has a narrow base but it widens toward the middle and comes to a sharp point facing toward the sky, similar to the shape of an arrowhead. The striking blue hue of the lake along with the cool monochromatic walls of the caverns leave all visitors in awe of the marble caves Beauty.
This Canyon is in the southwest united states east of Page Arizona. it has two different slot canyon sections that are called upper antelope canyon and lower antelope canyon or the crack and the corkscrew respectively. The Navajo name of Antelope Canyon means the place where water runs through rocks, this makes sense because Antelope Canyon is the result of erosion due to flash flooding another contributing factor to its creation was rainwater chiefly during monsoon season. The flowing water carved the rocks and smoothed the walls of the canyon giving them a velvety stream like appearance. The organic lines on the walls and the bright orange shoe of Antelope Canyon are awe-inspiring. However, flooding still occurs here so travelers must be well aware of the dangerous possibilities. In 1997, eleven tourists lost their lives during a flash flood and in 2006, the canyon was closed for five months due to a flood that persisted for 36 hours.
Mont Saint Mitchell
This breathtaking structure is located in Normandy France. It is built on insulin off. The coast the Bishop of branches st. Albert constructed an oratory here after experiencing a vision of Saint Michel in the 8th century. Then in 966 and a B was built on the island which towers over everything else several other buildings were erected over time and they are surrounded by medieval looking walls on all sides. The structures are all together with a narrow steep street that runs through them almost all of the buildings have been converted into hotels restaurants shops and museums as mont st. mitchell is now a popular tourist attraction. However, a gothic mystical aura still surrounds this centuries-old monastery.
The Waitomo glowworm caves are on New Zealand’s North Island. Although the Maori people knew about the caves for centuries it wasn’t until the 1880s that the caves were explored at length. As surveyors went into the cavern they discovered one of its most fascinating characteristics the glowworms. They are a type of fungus net that only live in New Zealand during their early life stages they glow. These luminous creatures cover the ceilings in glowworm grotto within the cave and the twinkling lights are reminiscent of a starry night sky. Further along in the glowworm cave there are amazing limestone formations that cover the ceilings and walls. The cavern is also home to other critters including giant crickets and albino cave ants. The glowworm caves even house some new zealand longfin eels which dwell in its subterranean lakes.
Socotra is between the Arabian Sea and the guar defied Channel. It is the most significant of the Socotra archipelagos for islands. This landmass is extremely isolated and houses about 700 species of plants and animals. It is widely known for this biodiversity. One of the most peculiar things found on the island is the dragon’s blood tree. it has a thick trunk that leads up to an umbrella shaped cluster of branches and leaves. It got its name because it has crimson colored sap socotra is also home to several bird species including the socotra sun bird and the socotra Starling as well as various reptiles spiders and crabs, bats are the only mammals that are native to the island. However there is a population of non-native cats that threaten the longevity of these species.
Salar De Uyuni
This is the biggest salt flat in the world and is located in the southwest Bolivia. It is part of the Altiplano a plateau that has various freshwater lakes salt water lakes and salt flats. It is surrounded by mountains so it doesn’t have a drainage outlet. It contains about 11 billion tons of salt. Due to the salts reflective qualities when it rains the flat is turned into a colossal mirror making it difficult to find where the sky ends in the ground begins. There is hardly any life to be found in besides giant cacti and it only serves as a breeding ground for flamingos in November.
This place is located in Nairobi Kenya it is home to several Rothschild giraffes which are endangered along with the giraffe center there is a breeding project here with the goal of reintroducing the giraffes to the wild and expanding the gee-pole. The manor was built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan. In 1974 Betty Leslie Melville purchased it and soon learned that giraffes were threatened. Currently there are only eight of the creatures living on the premises. In 1983 Melville son Rick and moved into the manors hotel with his wife and took over management. Guests would give treats to the giraffes during breakfast through the windows on the second storey or even through the front door. Several stars stayed here throughout the years including Brooke Shields Johnny Carson and Mick Jagger. In 2009 Mikey and Tanya Carr Hartley bought giraffe Manor and it is now part of the Safari collection.
This village is located on the Santorini Island which is about 120 miles southeast of the mainland of Greece and is the most sizeable island of the archipelago’s Oya is about 1.2 miles long and approximately 330 feet above sea level. It was built on the arduous slope that faces the agency. The buildings are snow white with bright blue roofs adding to its striking appearance. It is a popular tourist destination that offers various Goods and souvenirs. One of the town’s most recognizable structures is the windmill. Oia is known for its beauty and watching the sunset is one of the most significant activities this place has to offer. The white houses reflect all of the striking hues of the Setting Sun.
This natural wonder is in southwestern Turkey in Turkish pamakayo means cotton castle. It got its name due to the pure white limestone that gracefully overhangs the mountainside. It also exhibits stunning white terraces with pools of bright blue warm water. The mineral rich water is thought to have healing properties so people travel there to help cure themselves of any ailments. The legend about Paul Mikael says that a young unattractive girl flung herself into one of these pools she then transformed into a beautiful lady and the Lord of Denny’s Lea saw and fell in love with her instantly. The two got married soon after so not only where the waters supposed to cure sicknesses but they are also said to have cosmetic abilities. The remains of Hierapolis an ancient city are also found here.
This castle is in baden-wuerttemberg germany. It is the last of three palaces that were built on the site. It was constructed by Frederick William. The fourth the Crown Prince of Prussia, starting in 1850 the castle was completed in 1867 under the rule of the princes brother King William the first. There is a drawbridge that connects to the Eagle gate which comprises the castles entrance. Hohenzollern castle sits on top of a hill about 2,800 feet above sea level. So its elevation and picturesque surroundings give it a whimsical romantic appearance.