That’s what you’ll find on the list of 10 most unique and bizarre natural wonders in the world. So, what are the most unusual and bizarre natural features out there? The list of 10 is no joke. It is filled with natural features that you won’t find anywhere else on this planet.
And due to their unique nature, we have decided to bring them to you in a blog post along with some helpful tips on how to get the most out of your visit. Check out these 10 most unique and bizarre natural landmarks below: Wrath of the North Star A Uru volcano in Iceland has erupted hundreds of meters below the earth because its molten molten rock oozes magma all around it, making it one of the hotspots for eruption in Iceland.
This makes it one of the few volcanoes with an exposed magma reservoir where magma can flow naturally, which is rare indeed. Other prominent volcanic activity during this period is called “the Great Volcanic winter” or The Great Winter Glacial Retreat” as temperatures drop and humidity increases following heavy snowfalls or ice caps melt leading to lower humidity levels.
Due to its unique nature, this site has been dry for years but now we see plenty of signs of life, including wildflowers and mushrooms all over sight-unseen because there’s no light pollution from Lidstrandir (Crags Plain) at this altitude.
1: Rainbow Mountains, Peru
Located just a few hours flight from London and New York, the Rainbow Range National Park in Peru is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and one of the most famous landscape parks in the world. The Rainbow Range is a part of the Andes mountains and is located in the Puno Region of Peru. The Rainbow Range is nothing but a series of’ rainbow-coloured rocks’ that rise up from a near-deserted region, making it one of the most popular hiking destinations in the country. The Rainbow Range is home to some of the most amazing scenery in all of Asia, including vast stands of stunning rainforest. During monsoon rains, the Rainbow Range is dotted with scores of rainbow coloured flowers, making the view even more mesmerizing.This area of the country is at its most popular for hiking, trekking and mountaineering and it is home to some of the best trails in South America. This is a place you won’t forget if you are living in South America.
2: Grand Prismatic, Yellowstone National Park, USA
Known as “the most lights in the sky”, Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. has been lights to the eye and soul since September 19, 1896, when Yellowstone National Park was created. The set of lights is the Chain of Light, which is located in the Park’s northern half and orbits 6,400 km around the Earth. The Chain of Light is the result of a powerful volcano in the American Plate sending up jets of hot air that have spun and grown into a large ball of fire. The Chain of Light is one of the most recognizable and popular sights in the park and you will see it in all major media accounts of the park. During the daylight hours, the Chain of Light is very bright and a good place to see a night view of the park.
3: Cappadocia, Turkey
The Cappadocia Region in western Anatolia (the modern day province of western Turkey) is known for its “white cliffs of Giresun”, a place where the sunsets look like “Cappadocian night”, behind a wall of darkolithic rock. Most of Cappadocia is wild, with little human presence, but there is one settlement, Giresun, which is the main city. Giresun has a charming medieval old town with beautiful houses built during the Ottoman period and also hosts an annual “day of the wall” on the banks of the Cappadocian embraces a large number of sunset-gleaned areas across western Turkey. This is the most popular tourist destination in the Cappadocia region and you will definitely see locals out on their balcony or in the village with the sunset.
4: Bryce Canyon, USA
Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah is one of the most popular hiking destinations in the world and is also home to the world’s most famous “boulder of fire”, the “ARK” (for “areas of fire”). These are part of the Yellowstone National Park’s “Yellowstone Accommodations” and the park is famous for it’s “boulder of fire”, a famous sight and feature that is noticably missing in the Grand Canyon National Park. The park is actually pretty darned exceptional. Check out the picturesque scenery and dramatic formations, seen for the first time from a high angle, and then enjoy a romantic sunset over the face of the “boulder of fire”.
5: Door to Hell, Turkmenistan
The Turkmenophilic region of Central Asia is perhaps the most bizarre country in the world. Located in Central Asia’s “Greater Turkmen Autonomous Region” and consisting of the Greater and Lower Donets, it is one of the most wild and remote regions in the world. The Donets is Turkmen’s most popular recreational destination and is home to the world’s largest lake, the “Donets River”. The Donets is also the most popular tourist destination and the most visited in the world, partly due to its remote location, extreme wildlife and the “don’t swim” sign. The Donets has many “don’t swim” areas where you are probably not to be seen by a human being, but if you are staying at a hotel near the “Donets’ border” you are probably safe from all kinds of dangers.
6: Marble Caves, Chile
The South American country of Chile is known for its “marble cities”, a group of beautiful cities with adobe-influenced architecture along with stunning natural wonders. The largest city, Santiago, is also known for hosting the “El Grillo”, the “The Grinch”, who lives in the streets and produces some of the most amazing art and crafts in the city. Another famous observation is the city’s “marble superstore”, where you can find a variety of “marble” products, including furniture, toys and more. Both the “Marble Caves” and “Superstore” are popular tourist attractions in Santiago and you will definitely see people buying and making “marble” products, as well as taking pictures with their purchases.
7: Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
The Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is probably the most unique and bizarre natural formation in the world. The Salar is a desert plain in the northern parts of the country where the Salar Valley is located. The Salar is surrounded by “the Andes”, which is the highest mountain range in the country and is home to the “pumpkin fields”, also known as “toro alimentario”. The Salar Valley
8: Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland
The Northern Ireland’s “Giant’s Causeway” is perhaps the most incredible natural wonder in the world. This is a picturesque bridge spanning the North Sea that links two of the most remote parts of Northern Ireland – the “Great Lakes” and the Arctic Circle. The “Giant’s Causeway” is a huge block of land that is the backbone of Northern Ireland’s economy, making it a prime location to create one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions. The name “Giant’s Causeway” comes from the idea of a team ofiblical authors who set out to create a “world’s greatest” wonder, which is basically anything but. The “Giant’s Causeway” is a wonder of nature with a total of 10 different ecosystems, making it one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the world.