There are some amazing sights to visit around the world, here are a few that many people may find interesting.
Many people who come to Kusadasi will take a tour to Pamukkale. The name literally means “The Cotton Castle. This natural site with its snow white stalactites, travertines and hot springs should be on your to-do list. In Turkey it is known as the 8th wonder of the world.
Located in the Marieta Islands in Mexico, this unique beach is hidden beneath a hole in the ground.
In 2005, the islands were finally named a national park and are only permitted for swimming, kayaking, and sunbathing.
The Reflecting Desert
Located in south-west Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuniis the world’s largest salt flat at over 10,000 square kilometers. It is sometimes impossible to make out the horizon and can be difficult to tell what is reflection and what is real. Apparently when it rains it becomes the world’s largest mirror.
The Great Blue Hole
This large sinkhole is the largest in the world and can be found off the coast of Beliz. It measures an incredible 300 meters (984 feet) across and roughly 125 meters (410 feet) deep. It is a diver’s paradise
Oceanographer Erika Bergman says that “you lose all of that Caribbean sunlight and it just turns completely black, and it’s totally anoxic down there with absolutely no life”. However, with their high-resolution sonar, Bergman and her team were able to see the hole’s intricate features. Bergman stated that “you can be 20 or 30 meters away from a stalactite or a hunk of the wall and see it in every perfect detail, better than eyesight could even provide”.
Mount Roraima is located on the border of Brazil, Venezuela and Guyana and is often described as an island in the sky. You would be forgiven if you thought you had reached the end of the world.
Located on Middle Island in Australia Lake Hillier is the largest of the Recherche islands and is 11 kilometres from the coast of Cape Arid National Park. This is one of the most extraordinary sights you will ever see. Try to imagine a lake of the brightest bubblegum-pink sitting beside the deepest blue ocean. One theory that scientists think that the lake is pink is that there may be a huge underwater strawberry meadow.