There are some truly amazing places in this world and more are being revealed everyday. This is our top ten list of amazing places we want to share with you.
Thor’s Well is a spectacular coastal blowhole sometimes referred to as a natural salt water fountain. It is one of several remarkable geological features that can be found at Cape Perpetua which is around 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Yachats in Oregon State, USA.
Pulpit Rock is one of the region’s most visited attractions and one of the most spectacular photo opportunities in Norway. In 2011 Pulpit Rock was voted one of the world’s most spectacular viewpoints by both CNN Go and Lonely Planet.
Located just south of the village of Dibab in the Muscat governorate of Oman and about 580 metres inland from the sea is the Bimmah Sinkhole and hidden lake.
As the area was cleaned up people started to notice that in the sand were brightly coloured gemstones that turned out to be naturally rounded and polished glass pebbles.
Pamukkale in the southwestern Anatolia region of Turkey is the finest example of cascading travertine pools anywhere in the world. In Turkish ‘Pamukkale’, translates as “cotton castle” but was originally known as Hierapolis – the sacred city and holy pools.
High above Lake Ringedalsvatnet a piece of rock extends out over the waters far below like the tongue of some giant beast – which has earned it the name ‘Troll’s Tongue’ or Trolltunga in Norwegian.
For centuries the locals of Costesti in Romania were aware that some of the boulders in the region appeared to grow and might even be alive. Word spread and visitors started to arrive from far and wide.