Close-up to Halong Bay and the world's most beautiful natural wonders

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Mother Nature has created a series of great masterpieces around the world. Most of them have been discovered and honored by humans. Each of these works of art has its own, unmixed beauty, unlike any other place. Let's take a look at 10 of the world's most beautiful natural wonders.

Close-up to Halong Bay and the world's most beautiful natural wonders
Photo:: Robert Baldwin
Halong Bay, Quang Ninh

World Heritage Ha Long Bay brings natural beauty, enchanting with the great limestone mountains or shimmering stalactites color. Guests enjoy the holiday in Halong Bay can overnight on the Halong cruise floating in the romantic bay.

Dead Sea, Israel and Jordan

The Dead Sea is the lowest water area of the Earth, 430 meters below sea level in a desert on the Israel and Jordanian borders. With high salt concentrations, visitors can float on the water in the Dead Sea without fear of sinking. The clear blue water with columns of salt and minerals here also creates a unique landscape, leaving an impression unforgettable with millions of visitors have to admire.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

The largest salt field in the world, Salar de Uyuni, covers an area of 10,582 square kilometers. Situated near the Andes, the Salar de Uyuni is located on the Altiplano plateau (Bolivia), where the surface reflects the endless sky into clear waters. It seems the horizon in this vast salt oasis never ends. Therefore, this place is such a beautiful dream for photographers.

Geological Park Truong Dich, Dan Ha, Gansu, China

Located in southwestern China, the park owns a special landscape type with colorful striped mountains, made up of layers of minerals and rocks that break down as the tectonic plates thrust into each other. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Truong Dich Grotto is also famous as an attractive tourist destination, where you can admire the magnificent landscape, unlike any other place.

Geiranger Bay, More og Romsdal, Norway

Like an underwater valley formed by glaciers, long and narrow waterways, Geiranger Bay deep and surrounded by steep mountains on every side. Geiranger is one of the most famous bays in Norway and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Reynisfjara Beach, Vik, Iceland

You may not want to sunbathe at Reynisfijara Beach, but that does not mean it is not worth visiting. You will be completely impressed with the strange, beautiful in Reynisfjara. Unlike any other place in the world, this beach possesses black sand, hundreds of unique basalt and fog covered. In particular, if lucky, you can even see the aurora here.

Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland

One of the most popular natural attractions in Ireland is the spectacular Moher Cliff, stretching 8 km along the west coast of the country. The rugged, spectacular cliffs possess great views overlooking the vast ocean below.

Marble Caves, Chile

As a beautiful wonder in Patagonia (Chile), Marble Cave is located on the vast General Carrera lake with turquoise waters. Completely marbled, the Marble Cave was created more than 6,000 years ago from eroded rocks. The beautiful color of the cave does not change but changes year round in fluctuating water level.

Mono Lake, California, USA

Mono Lake is one of the most beautiful natural resorts in California. Stretching over 18 hectares wide, the Mono Lake is quite shallow, with a major component of soda and beautiful calcium carbonate blocks called pyrexia. The Mono Lake formed at least 760,000 years ago as the last lake in the inner basin.

Skogafoss, Skogar, Iceland

One of the largest waterfalls in Iceland, the 60 meters high and 25 meters wide Skogafoss, flows from the Eyjafjallajokull and Myrdalsjokull glaciers. With the large amount of water sprayed from the Skogafoss waterfall, you can watch the beautiful rainbow on sunny days.

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