natural wonders

5 amazing natural wonders that you should visit

Do you feel like travelling? I certainly do! All those exotic places, incredible adventures and amazing days visiting beautiful landscapes seem like a dream comes true! Natural wonders just lure us to see them and to grasp at least a piece of their astonishing beauty.

Nature has built much more beautiful sites that a man could ever do! There is something intrinsically amazing about the natural wonders. It’s maybe the touch of wilderness and an incredible sense of freedom when you are there or the breathtaking silence that reminds us of the power of nature. Sometimes, a man just realises how small he is compared to the magnificence of natural landscapes.

If you decide to travel, we prepared for you some of the secret destinations that will leave you speechless. Exploring them would be a great adventure and unforgettable experience. So, let’s begin:

Natural wonders that you should explore


1. Champagne Pool, New Zeland

The very name of this beautiful place stems from the carbon-dioxide gas that makes the water look like a bubbling champagne. It is hot spring located on the North Island of New Zeland. The minerals and silicates in the water make it look like a rainbow but the temperature is certainly not for swimming – it reaches 163 degrees Fahrenheit!

2. Marble Caves, Chile

It took six thousand years for these caves to be created. Ocean waves washing up against calcium carbonate made an astonishing place that can only be reached by boat. You would definitively want to visit this place because the reflection of water on the cave walls is simply stunning!

3. Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

Rock formations that are absolutely breathtaking! Volcanic eruption made over 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. Hexagonal is the most prominent shape so they make astonishing honeycomb pattern. The tops of the columns make stepping stones so it makes your exploring interesting and easier!

4. Bioluminescent waves, Maldives

Have you ever imagined that you can see an ocean glowing in the dark? Bioluminescent waves on Vaadhoo Island, Maldives will give you this amazing experience. Marine microbes, officially called phytoplankton, have the ability to respond to electrical signals and generate their own light. They create incredible twinkling stars in the water at night and the view is breathtaking!

5. Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

Incredibly beautiful cluster of 16 lakes that make cascades and the amazing, vibrant colors that range from azure to green, grey and blue. The Plitvice Lakes National Park is the largest national park in Croatia and it is visited by more than million visitors each year.