7 of the most exotic naturally colorful places in the world you should visit at least once.
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If you are like me, I’m sure traveling is on top of your bucket list. Everyone dreams of visiting beautiful places at least once in their lifetime. Thanks to social media, we want to have the coolest pictures and the most unique of them all. What better way to show off how amazing our lives are anyway? Though most of the people lie and photo shoot, I believe you are not one of them, right?
Now back to reality, oh snap!
There are many great places in the world. It’s up to you to decide where you want to go. You can be overwhelmed with the many choices and maybe a tight budget, but that should not stop you. I’ve gathered a few awesome places you can choose from.
- Havasu Falls- Grand Canyon, Arizona
It’s located within the Havasupai Indian reservation in the great Grand Canyon. The amazing waterfalls are a refreshing sight different from the surrounding harsh deserts. The deep turquoise color is as a result of the high concentration of calcium carbonate and magnesium.
- Zhangye Danxia Land forms – Gansu, China
It’s characterized the multi-colored geological hills. They were formed more than 24 million years ago. The best place to view the beautiful land forms is at the Zhangye Danxia geological national park
- Fly geyser- Washoe County, Nevada
Unlike most natural geysers, this particular beauty was as a result of human interference. Geologists were in search of geothermal energy sources when they accidentally opened a fissure. The vibrant geyser launches its water up to at least 5 feet high. The colorful pigments on the rocks are as a result of thermophilic bacteria.
- Grand Prismatic spring – Yellowstone national park, Wyoming
It’s located within Yellowstone national park. Though the spring has been greatly affected plastic waste thrown the visitors, it still has its brilliant colors, thanks thermophilic bacteria.
- Spiaggia Rosa – Sardinia, Italy
The pink sand contains seashell and coral fragments. It is contrasted with the blue waters making the unusually colored beach pop.
- Upper Antelope Canyon, Arizona, United States
The famous antelope canyon is one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the United States. Depending on the time of the year, you will get to see the light beaming through the tops of the Canyons to create breathtaking highlights. The Canyon can glow shades of bright orange or a regal purple.
- Mendenhall cave- Alaska
The Mendenhall glacier is simply breathtaking with a surreal deep blue to it. The journey in the caves is about 12miles and not for the faint heart. It has slippery terrains and brave kayaking waters. It’s sad that the place is affected global warming. The more reason for you to visit before it disappears forever.
Be a little adventurous and try out all these new places. Just don’t forget to carry your camera!