If you ever get a chance to travel the world you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss these 25 natural phenomena you have to see to believe!
Vaadhoo Island in the Maldives
The blue glowing lights are caused by millions of phytoplankton
Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees in Hawaii
These are the only species of eucalyptus tree to grow in the northern hemisphere
Spiderwebs in Pakistan
This is what all the trees looked like after the floods.
Salt Flats in Bolivia
They are the largest in the world.
Lake Hillier in Australia
Scientists have yet to conclusively prove what causes the red color.
Underwater Forest in Kazahkstan
After a large earthquake in 1911 this valley flooded and submerged the trees.
Blood Falls in Antarctica
This saltwater flowing out of a glacier is tainted with iron oxide.
The Wave in Arizona
There is no way to get here except via a long walk through the desert.
Thor's Wall in Oregon
This huge saltwater fountain is operated by the Pacific Ocean’s power.
Light Pillars in Moscow
These pillars are created by the reflection of light from ice crystals
Crystal Cave in Mexico
Closed to the public, this cave contains some of the largest selenite crystals in the world.
Frozen Methane Bubbles in Canada
The plants near the edge of the lake release methane that doesn’t quite make it to the surface during winter.
A Dirty Thunderstorm in Chile
A dirty thunderstorm happens when a volcanic plume produces lightning.
Black Sun in Denmark
Migrating Starlings black out the sky every spring and autumn.
The Long Wave On Earth in the Amazon
Found in the middle of the Amazon, surfers can only ride this wave for three days out of the year.
Fire Rainbow in Idaho
Not related to rainbows or fire, this phenomena occurs due to ice crystals high in the atmosphere.
The Everlasting Storm in Venezuela
Due to the perfect set of conditions a storm has been raging over Lake Maracaibo for centuries.
Stone Forest in China
These limestone trees in Yunnan are a UNESCO world heritage site.
Lake Retba in Senegal
Another red lake, this time it’s in Africa and scientists are more sure about the source of redness…algae.
Socotra in Yemen
One third of the plant life on this isolated island is found nowhere else on the planet.
Doorway to Hell in Turkmenistan
Burning for the last 40 years, this cavern was full of natural gas when the soviets decided to ignite it.
Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone
It’s the largest hot spring in the US and the third largest in the world.
Haiku Stairs in Hawaii
Though technically off limits, some hikers ignore the no trespassing signs for a breathtaking climb.
Mount Roraima in South America
Found at the intersection of Venezuela, Guyana, and Brazil the plants and animals on top of this plateau are very unique due to their isolation.
Goats on a tree in Morocco
You were probably expecting some sort of majestic rainbow colored volcano weren’t you? Nope, just a bunch of hungry goats up in a tree.