20 Must-Visit Places Where Nature Went Crazy With Landscapes

Most of us have seen pictures of or visited popular landscapes such as the Bajos del Toro, the Socotra Island in Yemen or Marble Caves, right? But what about some of those unknown landscapes off the beaten path that are more charming than you can imagine? You don’t have to wade through oceans of tourists to see them, either, and that sounds like fun to us. We bet it does to you, too.

1 The Grand Prismatic Spring, USA.

The Grand Prismatic Spring, USA.
Bright Rainbow Colored Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park from an Aerial Birds Eye View.

This hot spring is the third largest in the world, after Frying Pan Lake in New Zealand and Boiling Lake in the Dominican Republic. It is 370 ft in diameter, which is bigger than a football field (260 ft long and 160 ft wide.)

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  1. tamilarasu says

    super photos very nice good job

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