Nature’s Attractions Beyond the Imagination

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

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This ethereal marine park stretches up to 2300km alongside the northeast coast of Australia. Its waters are a smorgasbord of bizarre wilderness, they are home to more than 400 types of corals and an astounding 1500 different species of fish. Its shallow waters are a fanatical attraction to submarine explorers and scuba enthusiasts. You can also take a whale watching excursion on a ferry and witness them migrate (once in a year) and also spot cod fishes the size of a car, in this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Canadian Rockies, Canada

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The Canadian Rockies (Alberta) (CNW Group/Transitions Optical)

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Bestriding the borders of the state of British Columbia and Alberta in the west corner of the country, The enormous Rockies region homes four national parks which are brimming with natural bounties; Banff , Jasper, Kooteney and Yoho. The mesmerizing mountains, pristine rivers, scintillating glaciers and thumping waterfalls are all totally unblemished. Moreover, it is the adventure junkie paradise with varied and rich choices of biking, hiking, and climbing. The buffet of wildlife isn’t average either with numerous creatures thriving here, out of which the moose and marmots are the most prominent.

Salto Angel, Venezuela

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Popularly known as Angel Falls, this waterfall rushes down from the exotic heights of almost 1000m and it falls in the tributary of Rio Caroni inside the borders of Parque Nacional Canaima, thus adding icing to cake in the park’s scenic splendor. The upper portion the falls is usually concealed by clouds so a helicopter ride with the nearby operators might be a good idea to fetch you its aerial view and also of the nearby lush territories.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

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This endless territory of diamond-white salt is definitely going to tickle your imagination covering a area of 12,000 sq km. For once you will feel that you have landed on the moon and mystical gleam of sands on a full moons night will give birth to a celestial illumination of the landmass. The adjoining Altiplano are at their wildest burbling away with the thermal activity and spilling out hot waters from the underground pools.

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