Incredible landscapes, some of which were created by natural conditions over millions of years, some of which were created by man, with colours you cannot imagine, with shapes you have never seen… none of them are virtual they are all very real and you need to see them to believe them…
Zhangye Danxia mountain formation – China
This magnificent rainbow-coloured formation formed on the mountains is due to the mineral and red-coloured sandstones accumulated over millions of years.
La Casa del Arbol (AKA: The Swing At The End Of The World) – Ecuador
At the highest point of Ecuador and in front of you is an active volcano… A little courage and an incredible sight on a swing that cannot be trusted.
The Great Blue Hole – Belize
Right on the edge of the coast, with a depth of more than 124 meters, Belize, a Central American country that is a centre of attraction for diving enthusiasts, stands in all its glory.
Keukenhof Tulip Gardens – Netherlands
It is almost a painting in the Keukenhof region of the Netherlands with its amazing colours and patterns. This colour riot is made up of several smaller fields, but when combined it looks amazing.
Hang Sơn Đoòng Cave – Vietnam
With a width of 1.5 kilometres, the cave is known as the largest cave in the world. It is estimated to have formed approximately 2-5 million years ago.
Hitachi Seaside Park – Japan
It is flooded by millions of tourists every year due to the magnificent landscape it creates in spring with the 4.5 million purple violets it contains.
The Mendenhall Glacier Ice Caves – Alaska
Discovered under the Mendenhall Glacier, this cave contains every shade of blue. It may sound creepy, but apart from its awesome appearance, the most striking feature of the cave is that it melts as you progress.
Mount Roraima – Brazil-Venezuela-Guyana
This mountain, which is at the border of three countries, is thought to be the oldest geological formation in the world, with an age of approximately 2 billion years. The mountain is structurally composed entirely of quartz.
Fairy chimneys – Turkey
It reached its final form when the layers formed as a result of the accumulation of lava ash sprayed by Erciyes and Hasandağı approximately 60 million years ago were eroded due to rain and wind and took the shape of today’s chimney.
Sea of Stars – Maldives
At night, the meeting of sea bacteria called Phytoplankton, which has the feature of emitting moonlight and neon light, creates a magnificent view that you cannot get enough of watching.