1. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia.
During the rainy season, the largest salt desert in the world becomes the largest mirror in the world. The Salar was born when several prehistoric lakes united to become one only. It gives the impression of walking through the sky, as a curious fact, this intriguing place is used to calibrate the satellites.
2. Tianzi Mountains, China.
These genuinely tall and thin mountains are so strange that they were used in James Cameron's film "Avatar." Their exotic structure is due to the fact that they formed under the water 380 million years ago, the flow of water around them removed the earth that surrounded it, leaving only the resistant stone pillars. Some of the columns reach more than 4,000 meters above sea level.
3. Sentinels of the Arctic, Finland.
A sentinel is a guardian and is exactly what these gigantic formations look like. But what are they really? The answer is easy; they are completely frozen trees, since in this area of Finland in winter it reaches up to -40 degrees centigrade.
4. Reed Flute Cave, China.
This cave system of 240 meters in length, has been one of the most popular attractions in China for more than 1,200 years. The beautiful stalactites, stalagmites and columns were created by the erosion of water. The little light that enters, causes the landscape inside the cave to look like a surreal painting.
5. Skaftafell Ice Cave, Iceland.
They are impressive caves which are formed thanks to glaciers that are freezing little by little, the ice manages to pack small air bubbles that absorb light, turning this cave into a beautiful blue.
6. Antilope cannon, United States.
Formed by the passage of millions of years, this cave achieves a truly unique appearance due to the passage of water that flowed there, the little light that enters from outside makes the walls look different colors.
7. Sea of Stars, Maldives.
It may seem normal during the day, but at night this beach comes alive. The brightness in the water comes from marine microbes called phytoplankton. It makes it seem as if the sea has small LED lights, which cause a beautiful and romantic atmosphere.
8. Turquoise Lake Bikal, Russia.
Lake Baikal is the largest and oldest freshwater lake in the world. In March, frost and sun cause cracks in the ice crust, resulting in turquoise ice fragments that we see on the surface.
9. Socotra, Yemen.
A sacred place for the people who lived here. These trees represent the life and identity of all Yemen, these trees called Dragon's Blood are unique in their kind.
10. Zhangye Danxia, China.
These colored rock formations are the result of deposits of minerals and red arsenic stone that have rested there for more than 24 million years. The wind and the rain cause that they carve and combine impressive forms in the rock, forming natural pillars, towers, ravines, valleys and multicolored waterfalls.
11. Glowworm Caves, New Zealand.
Thousands and tiny fireflies hang from the roof of this cave in New Zealand, the blue that their bodies cause make this trip look like a scene from a Disney movie.
12. Fly Geyser, United States.
This Geyser was accidentally formed when a well was drilled which caused different algae and minerals to begin to rise where the water is expelled, achieving a way out of an alien movie.
13. Roraima Mountain, Venezuela.
Possibly one of the oldest mountains in the world, this beautiful formation was created thanks to the movement of tectonic plates millions of years ago, around it there are dozens of waterfalls, which achieve a natural landscape without peer.
14. Nica, Mexico.
This silver mine is covered with the largest crystals in the world, approximately 15 meters long and 4 meters wide. These crystals were formed by hydrothermal fluids that rise from the magma chambers that are below the cave below. It is important to enter with a special team since a simple slip could end up with someone's life due to how sharp the crystals are.
15. Highlands, Iceland.
One of the places dreamed by anyone in the world, here the air simply goes away due to the beauty of the place, the best place in the world to see a Northern Lights.
They took our breath away from you.