LAKE HILLIER, AUSTRALIA
The bubblegum – coloured lake looks surreal. The pretty Pink shade of water is still a mystery.
GREAT BLUE HOLE, BELIZE
Also known as the world’s biggest sinkhole, the Great Blue Hole has measured around 1000 ft across and plunges to 400 ft deep.
FAIRY CIRCLES, NAMIBIA
There are some millions of circular patches dotted all over the Namibian desert. Since there is no explanation behind their existence, scientists name them fairy circles.
DOOR THE HELL, TURKMENISTAN
The Darvaza gas crater or Door to Hell is stuff that nightmare is made of. This Fiery hole in the Earth was opened in 1971 during the drilling of a natural gas field.
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CHOCOLATE HILLS, THE PHILIPPINES
These are mysterious geological formations in the Bhopal Province. There are about 1776 hills spread over an area of more than 50 sq km. The mountain turns brown during the dry season, hence the name