These places on earth define the perfection that mother nature has created and are always a sight to behold. Let’s present you with these beautiful places that are no less than the wonders of the world:
The Amazon River and Rainforest
The Amazon rainforest covers 2,100,000 square miles, stretched out over 9 countries, and is the largest forest in the world with the most biodiversity. One in ten known species in the world lives here. And as far as the river is concerned it’s quite a known fact that it’s the longest and the largest river in the world also by its discharge which is an average of about 7,400,000 cubic feet per second!
Jeju Island is known to be an island where volcanic eruptions occur. A province of South Korea that sits to the south of the peninsula, between South Korea and Japan. Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes are a World Heritage Site — it includes the Manjang cave. A small part of this cave is open for the visitors.
Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay is located in northern Vietnam is a popular tourist destination. The landscape is formed by its 1,600-2,000 islands and islets, most of them uninhabited, is just a mesmerizing sight. The unusual landforms, many of them still remain unaffected by human presence, the area was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
The famous Iguazu Falls rest on the the Iguazu River on the border between Argentina and Brazil. The name, Iguazu, which means “big water” in Guarani, made up of 275 waterfalls, they’re the largest waterfalls system in the world.
Puerto Princesa Underground River
The Puerto Princesa Underground River is situated on the Philippine Island of Palawan that leads to a cave where you can enjoy boat tours. It’s surprising enough as when in 2010 a group of environmentalists discovered the river has got a second floor, so there are small waterfalls inside the cave.
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