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15 Less Explored Places You Should See Before You Die

Earth is a beautiful planet. Greenery on its surface, colorful flowers, adorable birds and many incredible things on the earth fascinate us. This has boosted the desire of travelers and explorers to dig out every beautiful corner of it. So, let the world call you a vagabond and you keep traveling and exploring it!

 

15 Less Explored Places You Should See Before You Die

15 Less Explored Places You Should See Before You Die

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1. Mount Roraima, South America

1. Mount Roraima, South America

This is the highest mountain of the Pakaraima chain of Tepui plateau in South America. The intriguing fact about this place is that it includes the triple border point of Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana. If you are planning to propose a girl, this spot looks just perfect!

2. The Wave, Arizona

2. The Wave, Arizona

The sandstone rock formation in the U-shaped wavy pattern attracts many travelers and photographers from all over the world. This magical spot is near the Utah border and Arizona in United states of America. The result of erosion of the Navajo Sandstone during the Jurassic period created this magnificent pattern on the rocks. It seems like a perfect romantic spot to travel with your partner.

3. Lake Retba or Loc Rose, Senegal

3. Lake Retba or Loc Rose, Senegal

It is located in the north of the Cap-Vert peninsula of Senegal. The lake got turned pink due to the Dunaliella Salina algae making the water look like a strawberry milkshake. The pink color is clearly visible during the dry season. It is also famous for its high salt content.

Boating here can be romantic!

Boating here can be romantic!

4. Dragonblood Trees, Socotra, Yemen

4. Dragonblood Trees, Socotra, Yemen

Socotra is a unique peninsula in the Indian Ocean. It is known for the diversity of its bizarre flora and fauna. The weird alien plants here are the result of island's long geological isolation and the extremely unbearable heat. The plants give a heavenly appearance to the place.

5. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

5. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

This spectacular place might be the one from the land of your dreams. You will feel like you are in a magical world. Salar de Uyuni also named as Salar de Tunupa is world's largest salt flat occupying the area of about 10,582 square kilometers.

6. Badab-E Surt, Iran

6. Badab-E Surt, Iran

These terraces of Badab-E Surt is made of travertine which is a sedimentary rock deposited by flowing water from two distinct mineral springs. Since, thousands of years the water from these two springs had been streaming down from the mountain, it mixed up and gradually created a number of orange, red and yellow. Looking at this beautiful picture, everyone wishes to have the unique experience of walking on these stairs but at the same time the water can make it almost impossible.

7. Crescent lake(Dunhuang), China

7. Crescent lake(Dunhuang), China

Yueyaquan is a crescent-shaped lake in the oasis, lying 6 km south of the city of Dunhuang. It got its name from the Qing Dynasty. The lake and the surrounding deserts attract the tourists. It is the best place for a camel ride.

8. Lake Natron, Tanzania

8. Lake Natron, Tanzania

This place appears to be created by a monster. But, the real story is different. During the dry season, as the water evaporates, salinity level increases and specific salt friendly microorganisms begin to thrive. Some of them produce red pigment colorizing the water and turning it into the Martian landscape.

9. Ice cave in Skaftafell, Iceland

9. Ice cave in Skaftafell, Iceland

If you visit this place, it's going to be the best experience of your travelling journey. If you are solo traveler and planning to visit these ice caves, you might just get afraid of the creaky sounds coming due to the constant glacier movement.

10. Frozen waves in Antarctica

10. Frozen waves in Antarctica

Once you visit this place, you will feel to be in the world of Ice Age. The waves are not the result of freezing but the melting. Melting created those downward pointing spikes, which are simple icicles.

11. The tunnel of love in Ukraine, Kleven

11. The tunnel of love in Ukraine, Kleven

Many couples visit this place every year. This is actually the abandoned railway track, located nearly 350km from Kleven. So, when are you planning to go on a romantic trip with your partner?

12. Glen Brittle, Scotland

12. Glen Brittle, Scotland

Glen Brittle is a large glen in the south of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. This magical fairy pool seems to be a place from the Disney-Land. This marvelous place is covered with thick forests of rare plants and animals.

13. Cano Cristales, Serrania De La Macarena, Province Of Meta

13. Cano Cristales, Serrania De La Macarena, Province Of Meta

We often see a rainbow in the sky and feel delighted. But have you ever imagined it to be on the earth? Cano Cristales, a biological wonder on the earth will show the stunning picture of various colors. The world knows this place by "The river of five colors", "the river of paradise" and "world's most beautiful river".

14. Fly Geyser, Nevada

14. Fly Geyser, Nevada

Fly Geyser is located on the territory of a private Fly Ranch. Accessing this place is not that easy. This amazing place seems to be created by a natural phenomena, but it was created by chance while well drilling. Apart from that, it did not take any human efforts for its coloration. The dissolved minerals have been doing a job of sculptor and decorating it with the beautiful color effects since decades. If you have a strong desire to explore the wonders on the earth, Fly Geyser can be a good start of your journey.

15. Richat structure, Mauritania

15. Richat structure, Mauritania

The Richat Structure is a prominent circular feature in the Sahara desert lying in the west-central Mauritania near Ouadane. If you like digging out amazing places on earth, make sure you cover this mind blowing place!
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