Fingal’s Cave, Inner Hebrides, Scotland. "Fingal's Cave is a sea cave on the uninhabited island of Staffa, in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, part of a National Nature Reserve owned by the National Trust for Scotland" via Wikipedia.
The Marble Caves is geological formation of unusual beauty. These caves have formed in a pure marble and are bathed in the deep blue water of General Carrera Lake. Chile, the Marble Caves are some of the most impressive attractions of Patagonia.
The crooked forest: Fantasy woodland that could have come straight from a fairytale
Polands Mysterious Crooked Forest - In a tiny corner of western Poland a forest of about 400 pine trees grow with a 90 degree bend at the base of their trunks - all bent northward. Surrounded by a larger forest of straight growing pine trees this col
Fingal's Cave, Scotland This Scottish sea cave is made up of hexagonally jointed basalt columns created by intense volcanic activity. It's Gaelic name means "the melodious cave" due to its haunting cathedral-like atmosphere.
I'm gonna go see this when I move to New Zealand! Waiotapu Thermal Reserve Rotorua, New Zealand. A geothermal site аbουt 30 km miles) south οf Rotorua. Thе Rotorua area іѕ filled wіth several οf thеѕе аmаᴢіnɡ geothermal sites
Australia's Amazing Bioluminescent Lake (Also Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico). An unusually high concentration of Noctiluca scintillans, a bioluminescent microorganism, turned the water a bright, glowing, ethereal blue.