Top 10 rarest paradises
Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall also the most popular place in this country. Additionally, three waterfalls are running in the same river.
It is the world’s most beautiful river. This Colombian river originates from the province of Meta called Serrania de la Macarena.
Taylor Glacier Blood Falls: It sits in McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica, which stretches over 62 miles through the Transantarctic Mountains.
Beppu Hot Springs: It is the planet’s second-largest source of thermal spring water. There are more than 2500 hot spring vents. Also, people designated it as a place of scenic beauty.
Spotted Lake: Okanagan tribe considered the spotted lake as a sacred area. The water evaporates from the lake, leaving small, multi-shaped, colorful pools of mineral water.
Panjin Red Beach: It is the world’s most giant wetland and reed marsh, situated in Dawa County, Panjin City, Liaoning province, China. It is better known for its seepweed-covered landscape.
Pamukkale’s Travertine Pools: Pamukkale is one of Turkey’s most significant natural and historical treasures, located in Denizli in southwestern Turkey.
Zhangye Danxia: The rainbow-like mountain Zhangye Danxia is also known as “the eye candy of Zhangye.” It is a geological park.
Lake Retba: It is better known for its unusual vivid pink color. This rare lake will surely catch the unsuspecting eyes of the visitors.
Lencois Maranhenses: It is one of the world’s most unique and marvelous places. This national park sits in northeastern Brazil’s Maranhão state.