There are several unbelievable places on Earth which many people don’t believe exist. They will simply take your breath away if you ever came across it. But the best part is that these are not even manmade. They are made by Mother Nature herself and that just goes on to show how Nature is a true artist. She can simply make you amazed with her intricate work.
Here are 10 unbelievable places on Earth that you never thought existed:
1. Iceland – Elephant Rock
This major rock formation has begun attracting a lot of tourists towards it. The reason is simple: the rock looks like it is modelled after an elephant. The resemblance is striking. Who wouldn’t want to visit this place again and again and witness this marvel of nature?
2. Mauritania – The Eye Of The Sahara
It almost looks like the galaxy has come down on earth and settled on this very spot. The Eye of the Sahara is a very unusual formation and will take your breath away once you look at it from above. You will never find such a wonder anywhere else.
3. Malaysia – Batu Caves
While this might be partially man-made, the speciality of the Batu Caves is the location. There is a temple lodged in this area and it looks marvellous when the sunlight seeps into this place.
4. Bali – Tanah Lot
This is present in Indonesia and is a rock formation that is quite amazing. It looks like a lifted island that is fighting off the waves and it is successful too. Staying on that island would be like going out on an adventure. Imagine the sound of the waves there. No wonder this has become the tourists’ favourite adventure spot.
5. Lebanon – Baatara Waterfall
It’s not a normal waterfall – the Baatara Waterfall pours down from a high place through different kinds of pattern-like formation that makes it truly beautiful. Plus, it is in the seat of nature with so many landforms around it that it can only be referred to as ‘spellbinding’.
6. Mauritius – Underwater Waterfall
We have seen a waterfall that is very high and makes a rolling sound as it plummets down into the river. But have you ever seen an underwater waterfall? Mauritius houses such a miracle of nature – the water is separated and falls underneath. It almost looks like a fantasy world.
7. Russia – Ordu Cave
Sometimes, the best places are hidden from sight. That’s why we may not know much about the Ordu Caves. It is underwater and looks like two giant holes which are leading to some amazing mystery.
8. Brazil – Freshwater Lagoon
The freshwater lagoon looks great in the rainy season when the water is replenished and it seems like a paradise on earth. It would be so amazing to just sit beside it and watch the water flow past.
9. Fiery Waterfall
At first, it might seem like there has been a volcanic eruption nearby. Actually, no – it’s not lava, it’s just the light of the sun playing tricks and making the waterfall resemble lava.
10. Philipines – Busuanga Island
This island is in one of the most isolated spots of the earth. It is very beautiful too, with green water lapping up the base of the island.