Amazing places in the world you won’t believe exist:-
Our world is full of amazing places and sometimes it is hard for us to believe that these places are exist or not. That’s happened because of extra beauty, extra attraction, and some mysterious things about these places which tends us to doubt on believe these places. Here we created a list of that top 7 amazing places in the world which contains extra beauty, extra attractions and extra mysterious confusing things.
1.Northern Lake Baikal, Russia
Russia’s Lake Baikal, the world’s deepest lake and a source of one-fifth of the planet’s fresh water. lonely planet fresh water russia travel Lake Baikal deepest lake
Baikal holds fully one-fifth of all the world’s liquid freshwater. Baikal’s amazing volume is a result of its depth—it’s the deepest lake on Earth. The bottom of the lake is over a mile down in some places. It would be impossible for erosion to carve a lake so deep. Lake Baikal’s secret is that it’s the world oldest lake as well.
It’s also been called the clearest lake on Earth. In summer, the lake’s water is all pristine melted ice from the surrounding Siberian mountains, and observers can see down 130 feet or more.
2. Kuang Si Falls, Luang Prabang, Laos
Kuang Si Falls is another “must-see” attraction in Luang Prabang. The falls are truly spectacular and the biggest waterfall in Luang Prabang. This multi-tier waterfall is about 30km out of town.
Already a top holiday destination for backpackers, the Laotian city of Luang Prabang is temptingly close to Kuang Si Falls, a three tier splash spectacular with waters so clear and blue it’ll be hard to resist jumping straight in. Hike the trails around the area to escape the tour groups and find your own secret slides of paradise.
3. Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile
Torres del Paine National Park is one of the most spectacular national parks in the country. A world biosphere reserve, it has a huge variety of plant and animal species which, with its incredibly beautiful setting has made it an almost unequalled destination for hikers and backpackers, ecology-lovers and adventure sportsmen alike. Snow-capped mountain peaks, cascading rivers and waterfalls, glaciers and mirrored lakes: in all respects Torres del Paine national park deserves its reputation.
4.Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming, USA
This and green ring the deep blue waters. Old Faithful may be spring is remarkable for two reasons. Its size: the world’s third-largest, and its colors: bands of orange, yellow, more famous, but the Grand Prismatic Hot Spring is the most photographed thermal feature in Yellowstone. That’s because of its crazy-bright colors and enormous size.
More wet stuff to blow your socks off, this time in North America. This natural pool, with its rainbow coloured waters, is found in Yellowstone National Park and is the third largest hot spring in the world.
Imagine…. It’s 6pm and you’re sitting atop a giant wind-sculpted sand dune watching the sun set psychedelically over a landscape of golden yellows and rusty reds. Two hundred meters below you lies a dreamy desert lagoon ringed by exotic palm trees, and furnished with a clutch of rustic yet suitably elegant hotels. It took you an exhausting 20 minutes to climb up to this lofty vantage point, but with a well-waxed sandboard wedged beneath your belly you’ll be down in less than one.
While not as famous as Nazca to the south, Huacachina, an aesthetically perfect desert oasis 4km west of Ica, is a firmly established stopover on Southern Peru’s well-trampled Gringo Trail, and with good reason. Sandboarding, dune-buggie rides and good-old romantic idling are the orders of the day here. This is backpacker central, so expect plenty of late-night disco parties and international flavors. Many people just make it here for a quick overnight and dune trip the next day, but a few days of relaxed strolls and dune climbs may just channel your inner chi.
Catch a glimpse of this impressive desert oasis, built in the 1930s around an existing watering hole. Keep your eyes peeled for a glimpse of the lake’s legendary resident, a mermaid. Peru’s also home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Machu Picchu and a brilliant holiday destination
6. The Door to Hell, Turkmenistan
Sometimes, despite our best efforts, scientific pursuits don’t always go according to plan. And sometimes, a pit to hell may open up right beneath your feet.
Take Turkmenistan’s aptly named Door to Hell, a 230-foot-wide crater in the middle of the desert near the village of Deweze. In 1971, a team of Soviet scientists set up a drilling platform looking for natural gas reserves. The rig collapsed, and fearing the spread of poisonous methane gas, the researchers set the crater on fire hoping it would burn out in a few hours.
That was more than 40 years ago.
The site is still burning, attracting hundreds of tourists every year, even though the country’s president ordered it to be filled in 2010. Turkmenistan’s natural gas reserves rank fifth in the world, but a lack of international pipelines has hampered development efforts.
Take a look at a few more photos of the crater below — dozens of other terrifying, yet less fiery, Gates to Hell also exist around the world.
The door to Hell also Takes place in our List of Mysterious places around the world that are Hard to explain….Even For scientists.
7. Mount Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia
The mighty Rinjani mountain of Gunung Rinjani is a massive volcano which towers over the island of Lombok. A climb to the top is one of the most exhilarating experiences you can have in Indonesia. At 3,726 meters tall, Gunung Rinjani is the second highest mountain in Indonesia. The climb to the top may not be easy but it’s worth it, and is widely regarded as one of the best views in the country.
Part of the famous ‘ring of fire’ this mountain also holds spiritual significance for the local people. It’s thought that the name Rinjani comes from an old Javanese term for ‘God’.
Around the slopes of Rinjani there are lush forests sprinkled with waterfalls and surrounded by stunning scenery.
A couple of days of tough climbing is well-rewarded at the summit of Mount Rinjani, the second highest active volcano in Indonesia, with this spectacular view. A crater lake, affectionately known as ‘Child of the Sea’ by locals, sits pretty at the top of this epic climb And don’t miss the chance to seedragons while you’re in Indonesia
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