The most beautiful places on the planet earth

44 most beautiful places on Earth

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

The beauty of our planet is so multifaceted, rich and varied that it is simply impossible to answer the question of which place to consider the most magnificent and impressive. My head is spinning just thinking about how many amazing, unique corners there are in the world, the sight of which takes your breath away. Man is unable to comprehend and accommodate all the dazzling beauty of the earth. We wish every traveler in love with the world to see and learn as much as possible about our amazing planet! In the meantime, we offer a virtual trip to places that, in our opinion, should definitely be included in the rating of the most beautiful.

Coyote Bute Slope, Arizona

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Prekestulen, Norway

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Blue Caves of Zakynthos, Greece

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Skaftafjell National Park, Iceland

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Turquoise Lake, Jiuzhaigou National Park, China

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Four Seasons Hotel, Bora Bora

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Ice skating on Lake Paterswoldsemer, south of Groningen, the Netherlands

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Marble Caves, Chile Chico, Chile

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Ice Canyon, Greenland

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Valley of the Ten Peaks, Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Multnomah Falls, Oregon

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Søllalandfoss Falls, Iceland

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Petra, Jordan

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Verdon, Provence, France

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Chittorgarh Fort, India

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Keukenhof, Netherlands

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Lantern Festival, Thailand

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Roraima Mountain, Venezuela

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Seychelles

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Restaurant next to the Sanyu Cave over the Yangtze River, Hebei Province, China

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Eastern Iceland

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Lucca, Tuscany, Italy

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Peyto Lake, Canada

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Buddha on Lantau Island, Hong Kong

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Fernando de Noronha, Brazil

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Spirit Island, Alberta, Canada

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Rice Terraces in Yunnan Province, China

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Boracay Island, Philippines

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Rocky Village, Vernazza, Italy

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Porto Katsiki, Lefkas Island, Greece

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Gifford Pinchot National Wildlife Refuge, Washington, USA.

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Bangong Tso Lake in the Himalayas

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Golden Eye Hotel, Jamaica

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Brac Island, Croatia

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Williams Bay, Western Australia

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Soneva Fushi, Maldives

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Wonganui River, North Island, New Zealand

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Alentejo, Portugal

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Etreta, Normandy, France

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Pearl Falls, Jiuzhaigou Valley, China

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Norway

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

Ava’awapuhi Trail, Kauai, Hawaii

The 44 Most Beautiful Places on Earth

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The 35 most beautiful natural wonders of the world

Natural wonders come in all shapes and sizes. From the Na Pali coast in Hawaii to the Verdon Gorge in southeastern France, there are incredible places all over the planet.

The Cano Cristales River, Colombia

This body of water, also known as the “river of five colors” or the “liquid rainbow,” looks pretty normal most of the time, but things change from July to November. During this time Macarenia clavigera, the unique plant that lines the river bottom, turns bright red, alternating with blue water, green moss and yellow sand.

Firefly Caves of Waitomo, New Zealand

Thousands of twinkling fireflies illuminate these caves, which have been open to the public since 1889, but have been known to the indigenous Maori people for much longer. The magical impression is enhanced by the fact that visitors glide silently through the caves on gondolas.

Lake Hillier, Australia

A bubblegum-shaped pink lake defies science: no one knows why it is so pink. Most believe it is caused by certain seaweeds in the lake, as well as by pink bacteria known as halobacteria. Whatever the reason for its unique hue, the lake is on Middle Island, an island in the Recherche Archipelago; the lake is used exclusively for research purposes and can only be viewed by helicopter.

Dead Sea, Israel and Jordan

Located 430 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest body of water on the surface of the Earth, located in a desert with a high concentration of salt, it is an ideal place to swim. The water itself is quite beautiful, the sediments and columns of salt that rise from the water give it a unique, otherworldly appearance.

Stone Forest, China

As the name implies, this is basically a 150 square mile forested area and is 270 million years old. The giant otherworldly pillars are ancient karst formations created by water and wind erosion as well as seismic activity. The forest also contains caves, waterfalls, ponds and lakes, as well as an underground river.

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Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

When the lakes near these Bolivian salt marshes overflow, they create a majestic mirror-like surface that reflects the sky and clouds above them. The Salar de Uyuni are the largest of their kind and cover a whopping 4,050 square miles of Bolivia’s Altiplano. The huge oasis of salt boasts a horizon that never ends, making it a photographer’s dream destination.

Masazir Lake, Azerbaijan

Masazir Lake is located near Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. This pink salt lake gets its color – the strongest in summer – because of microorganisms called halophiles .

Halong Bay, Vietnam

The natural beauty of Halong Bay makes it one of the number one tourist destinations in Vietnam. The bay is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site . The best way to see Halong’s limestone towers is by boat. In fact, many tourists stay overnight by boat in the bay.

Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park, Gansu, China

Danxia refers to a special type of landscape found in southwest China. The colorful striped mountains are composed of layers of minerals and rocks. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the once little-known wonder is a popular tourist attraction – and for good reason. Chances are, you’ve never seen anything like it before.

Geiranger Fjord, Møre og Romsdal County, Norway

The fjord is best described as an underwater valley. Formed by glaciers, these long and narrow waterways are deep and surrounded on all sides by steep mountains. Geiranger Fjord is one of Norway’s most famous and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lake Nakuru, Kenya

35 most beautiful natural wonders of the world

Magnificent Lake Nakaru is located in a national park known for its epic bird sightings – especially the bright pink flamingos. The large, shallow lake is surrounded by marshes and grasslands – habitat for rhinos, hippos, water goats and buffalo.

Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Tegalalang and Ubud, Indonesia

Indonesia is known for its terraced rice paddies – and Tegalalang is one of the most famous. Seeing the bright green landscape with its tall palm trees makes you feel like time has stopped. And there is some truth to that feeling. Farmers here use an irrigation system that has been passed down for centuries.

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Reinisfjara Beach, Vic, Iceland

You probably won’t want to sunbathe at Reinisfjara, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth a visit. The stunning beach looks otherworldly thanks to the black sand, basalt stone pillars, and fog that sometimes surrounds it. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the northern lights.

Verdon Gorge, France

The blue-green waters of Verdon Gorge are a scenic spot for swimming and kayaking.

Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland

One of Ireland’s most visited natural attractions, the Cliffs of Moher extend along the west coast of the country for five majestic miles. The rugged cliffs offer beautiful views of the ocean.

Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA

The Grand Canyon is Arizona’s most famous natural beauty. The canyon stretches 446 km, up to 30 km wide. While the South Rim is open year-round, the North Rim is open to visitors on a more seasonal basis.

Monteverde Cloud Forest, Costa Rica

Since this is a rainforest, the weather in Monteverde may not always be ideal, but the fact is that it will feel and look like a jungle paradise, whether it’s foggy or not. What’s more, this biological reserve has been known to be home to a multitude of species. In fact, it is one of the few places in the world that can boast all six species of the feline family.

Na Pali Coast, Hawaii, USA

Between the colorful cliffs and the azure blue waters below, the Na Pali Coast of Hawaii is sure to amaze any visitor.

Skgafoss, Skgar, Iceland

Skgafoss flows from not one but two glaciers (Eyjafjallajokull and Myrdalsjokull). According to legend, a Viking named Trazi hid his chest of gold under this stunning waterfall.

White Sands National Preserve, New Mexico

The White Sands National Preserve, the world’s largest gypsum deposit, is a serene expanse of sparkling white sand located in the Chihuahua desert. The gypsum that forms these gentle dunes comes from a nearby mineral-rich lake. As water evaporates from this lake, minerals remain, which then form wind-borne gypsum deposits.

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Bioluminescent Beaches, Maldives

To see the magical glowing beaches of the Maldives, you can visit any of the 1,190 islands that make up the sovereign nation of South Asia.

Marble Caves, Chile

Located in Patagonia on Lake General Carrera, the Marble Caves of Chile (also known as “Marble Cathedral”) were created over 6,000 years ago by the waves breaking the rocks. The stunning colors of the caves change as the water level fluctuates throughout the year.

Mono Lake, California, USA

Mono Lake, which covers 65 square miles, is known for its attractive calcium-carbonite structures – towers of tuff.

El Yunque Forest, Puerto Rico

Located outside of San Juan, the El Yunque National Forest is considered the only rainforest in the U.S. National Forest System.

Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye, Scotland

The enchanting Fabulous Skye Pools are accessible only through the Glen Fragile Forest – but it’s worth looking at the clear water of these natural bodies of water.

Cathedral Beach, Galicia, Spain

The rocky arches at Cathedral Beach – these incredible, pillar-like formations were shaped solely by nature.

Milford Sound, New Zealand

Created during the Ice Age, this fjord off the coast of New Zealand’s South Island is known for its dynamic scenery, from waterfalls to high mountain peaks .

Jeju Island, South Korea

Jeju Island boasts South Korea’s highest mountain, Hallasan, a dormant volcano rising nearly 6,400 feet above sea level . The island is also known for its impressive lava tubes (caves formed by cooling lava).

Erebus Volcano, Antarctica

It’s hard to believe, but there are volcanoes in the Arctic. Erebus Volcano, the world’s southernmost active volcano, is 1.3 million years old and extends 12,448 feet above sea level .

Keragbolten, Norway

Keragbolten is a huge boulder in a cleft mountain. It is accessible (you don’t need special equipment to reach it), which makes it popular for photo enthusiasts.

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Iguazu Falls, Argentina and Brazil

The Iguazu Falls are part of a huge system of waterfalls (275 in total).

Tianmen Cave, Zhangjiajie, China

Tianmen Cave, located 1500 meters above sea level , is one of the highest natural arches on the planet. Visitors must climb a 999-step “stairway to heaven” to reach the site.

Harbor, Bahamas

Harbor Island, known mostly for its pink sandy beaches, remains largely untouched by humans, at least compared to the rest of the Bahamas. Other attractions on the island include Devil’s Ridge, a coral reef filled with sea life, and the town of Dunmore, whose pastel-colored houses will charm any visitor.

Blyde River Canyon, South Africa

For spectacular natural views, hike through Blade River Canyon, which is over 800 meters high.

Garni Gorge, Armenia

Garni Gorge attracts with its vertical cliffs and basalt columns. You can reach this spectacular place only by car.

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