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7 “out of this world” landscapes that you should know

Sci-fi movies regularly show us extraordinary worlds with all kinds of surreal landscapes with gigantic-sized plants, an unimaginable color palette of natural elements, or even unexpected activity of the territory. What if all those spectacular scenes were real and you could visit them? Our planet Earth is full of unusual landscapes, natural spaces as if they were from Mars, and colors that would delight Van Gogh himself.

There is no question that this world is an endless treasure that keeps amazing us even though you have visited much of it.

Discover these 7 places taken from a dream

1) Yuanyang Rice Terraces

 

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In Yuanyang, China, you can see a series of kaleidoscopic terraces. These rice fields are located at the top of a mountain range, in an area with difficult access. The most impressive thing is that they have served to feed the inhabitants for more than a hundred years.

2) Socotra

 

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Socotra is an island in Yemen, whose landscapes full of strange trees seem taken from a surreal painting. It is said that this island is enchanted and that magical events occur since it is home to unique animal species in the world.

3) Geyser Fly

 

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In Gerlach, Nevada, a group of people drilled the ground in search of water for their animals, the problem was that they chopped a vein of thermal water. They tried to cover the hole to prevent the water from escaping underground, but to no avail; years later a special geyser was generated, a multicolored one.

4) Badab Soort

 

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Badab Soort, located in Iran, is a natural landscape that offers a unique visual spectacle: hundreds of travertine steps covered with thermal waters that, when cooled, generate this phenomenon.

5) Spotted Lake

 

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Spotted Lake is a multicolored lake located in Canada, its precise location is within one of the native reserves that remain. It is curious to know that it is made up of 365 pools of water, around them multiple legends about healing properties have been generated.

6) Pamukkale

 

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In Turkey, you can find Pamukkale, which means “cotton castle”. It is a vast territory that seems covered with snow. Although it is not what it seems, it is actually a multi-mineral concentration that have solidified in the form of what looks like beautiful “clouds”.

7) Valley of the moon

 

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This landscape is found in Brazil. The erosion caused over thousands of years by the water on the surface of the rocks of this valley is what has given it a smooth and out of this world appearance.

Now you know that you have not seen everything, so it is time to plan the next adventure.

2020-09-23T18:55:03+00:00 septiembre 23, 2020|Travel & Adventure|