30 Places That You Probably Thought Would Never Exist


With how big our world is, there is always bound to be something new to see. Maybe there are places we don’t even know or would probably not believe that really exists. Mother Nature undeniably has a lot to offer to us and some of them might even be unworldly or unbelievable. In this article, we present you 30 places that you probably won’t believe even exists.

1) Fly Geyser in Nevada, USA
1Located on a private land in Nevada’s the Black Rock Desert is the Fly Ranch Geyser which is commonly known as the Fly Geyser. Despite being one of the state’s most significant attractions, it remains unknown to many of the residents.
Due to being located in a private land, these geysers that can spew water for about 5 feet high can only be seen from its only viewpoint which is the State Route 34.

2) Zhangye Danxia Landform in Gansu, China
2This majestic landform adorned with unusual shapes, and bright colors have captured the hearts of many people. This work of nature is unbelievably decorated with a lot of bright colors which makes it seem like a magical land from another world.
The unusual form of the rocky outcrops resembles strange shapes like cones, castles, and towers as well as different creatures like humans and beasts. Meanwhile, the bright colors would remind anyone of kaleidoscopes.

3) Tulip Fields in Netherlands
3Tulip is a kind of flower that comes in various beautiful vivid colors and is common throughout Netherlands when they are in season around late April through May. Hundreds of Tulip fields in this Dutch countryside make it easier to see the bursting vivid colors of Tulips. Even the cities are adorned with these beautiful bright tulips thanks to various springtime activities and flower shops.

4) Glowworms Cave in the North Islands of New Zealand

4Seeing the starry sky inside a cave isn’t impossible thanks to caves unique to New Zealand. These usually compared to a passageway leading to a magical land but the catch is that the starry sky is a swarm of Glowworms emitting lights that would attract preys like moths.

5) Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

5Salar de Uyuni, also known as the World’s Largest Mirror, is the world’s most extensive salt flat. The area is mostly flat save for a few islands that only adds to its beauty. A lot of salt sediments act as a mirror reflecting the sky thanks to the place’s unique flatness.

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