These natural wonders of the world would surely make it to the top of your bucket list, especially if you are a nature lover.
Vaadhoo Island, Maldives.
Imagine a beach that glows a great blue color in the dark. The Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives offer an amazing view of glowing blue waves by night. This is due to Phytoplanktons, a form of marine microbe.
Red Sea beach, Panjin, China.
The Red Sea Beach is made up of shallow seas and tidelands on which a mysterious red grass grows. This red grass is called Sueda and is a variety that grows in highly alkaline regions. The Red Sea Beach is also home to fauna such as birds.
Hamilton Pool, Texas, USA.
The Hamilton Pool features a wonderful natural waterfall. The pool was formed after a piece of the calcium done broke and created a hole.
Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Maranhão, Brazil.
The Lencois Maranhenses National Park offers some great landscapes of sands that looks like a desert. The sand harbours some clear water pools where visitors could swim at their leisure. A true paradise on earth.
Champagne Pool, North Island, New Zealand.
The Champagne Pool was formed over nine hundred years ago and is a natural geothermal pool. The temperature of its water is always around 73 degrees celsius and the surroundings look straight out of another planet.
One’uli Beach, Maui, Hawaii, USA.
Freaky and absolutely amazing at the same time, the One’Uli Beach has some wonderfully black sand. The place is also great for activities such as diving and snorkeling.