7 Amazing Natural Beauties You Won't Believe Exist

OMG by Published on Updated on 06 Dec, 2017

Nature never fails to amaze us. Nature's creations are sometimes really hard to believe that they actually exist. Today we're taking you to the seven amusing natural wonders that actually exist. 

1. Shimmering Shores of Vaadhoo, Maldives

Shimmering Shores of Vaadhoo, Maldives.

Source: Attractive Nature

The Vaadhoo Island, Maldives is also known as the heaven of the Earth. The island is famous for the naturally glittering and sparkling sea water. Pinpricks of light on the shore appears to mirror stars as in the above picture. Vadhoo is a small island with around 500 inhabitants.

2. The Ghost trees in Pakistan

Ghost Trees In Pakistan

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Millions of spiders have formed a complex web into trees in Pakistan to escape flood waters, with which the trees appear to a bit scary. The branches cocooned in spiders webs gives the appearance of them being shrouded in a large net. The trees are referred as the ghost trees.

3. Underwater Forest in Kaindy Lake, Kazakhstan

Underwater trees in Lake Kaindy: Kazakhstan

Source: All That Is Interesting

The tree in the above photo is a part of a 400 meter long Lake Kaindy in Kazakhstan's Tian Shan Mountains, 129 km far from the city of Almaty. The underwater tree forest was formed as a result of an immense limestone landslide after the 1911 Kebin earthquake. Over the time, rainwater covered the trees that grew there, and as the time passed, it appeared as the forest under water.

4. Fly Geyser, Nevada

Natural Fly Geyser, Nevada

Source: Daily Mail

Fly Geyser, aka, Fly Ranch Geyser is a small geothermal geyser situated in Nevada, approx. 20 miles north of Gerlach. The giant geyser is a manmade structure. There are two geysers on the fly geyser among which the one was made around a century ago while trying to make a part of the desert (Black Rock Desert), usable for farming.

The second geyser has grown substantially in the last 40 years as minerals from the geothermal water pocket deposit on the desert surface.

5. The Door To Hell, Turkmenistan

The Door To Hell, located in Turkimenistan

Source: Huffington Post

It is the naturally existing gas field in Derweze, Turkmenistan which collapsed into an underground cavern. It is the large area occupied by the methane gas which the geologists set on fire to protect the widespread of the gas, and it has been continuously burning since 1971. The diameter of the crater is 226 ft. (69 meters).

6. Lauterbrunnen Valley, Switzerland

Lauterbrunnen Valley of waterfalls in Switzerland

Source: P Interest

Switzerland, one of the most beautiful countries in the world no doubt, has a Lauterbrunnen Valley which is the main attraction of the country. In this valley only, there exist 72 natural waterfalls. Lauterbrunnen word in itself refers to ''many mountains.'' Among them, Staubbach Falls boasts a 984-foot drop, located in The Alps, Lauterbrunnen Valley in Switzerland.

7. Zhangye Danxia, China

Zhangye Danxia in China

Source: Top China Travel

The Zhangye Danxia located in Zhangye National Park, in the northern foothills of the Qilian Mountains, in the counties of Linze and Sunan. The sandstone landforms here come in the idiosyncratic and colorful order. The layers of the sandstone reveals the thosands upon millions of years of history and prehistory of the are and China in itself.