Mother Earth never ceases to amaze us with her wonders, but she made few places unbelievably beautiful. These surreal places will make you feel as if you are not on this planet. From the gates of hell to colorful Fly Geyser, our planet is full of destinations that will make your jaw drop and we bring you photos of 15 such unearthly-looking places. Also Read - To Fight COVID-19, PM Modi Launches 'CARES Fund', Urges Citizens to Donate

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1. Fly Geyser, USA

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Located in Nevada in the USA, Fly Ranch Geyser or Fly Geyser is one of the coolest attraction of the state. The geyser was just a usual man-made well in the early 1900s, but later geothermally heated water started to rise through cracks and now it spews the piping hot water about five feet high.



2. Danxia Landform, China

Danxia-Landform

Located in China, Danxia Landform is formed from red sandstone. The landform covers many provinces in Southeast China. It has several caves of different shapes and sizes.

3. Giant’s Causeway, Ireland

Giant's-Causeway

The Giant’s Causeway has around 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, which looks really spooky. The place is a natural wonder and World Heritage Site.

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4. Glowing Beach, Maldives

Maldives

The Glow-in-the-dark-beach is probably the most popular attraction in Maldives. The place looks straight out of some fairy-tale. The sight of glowing sea at night is gorgeous.

5. Cave in Algarve, Portugal

Cave-in-Algarve

The coastline of Algarve, which is the most popular tourist destination in Portugal, is famous for picturesque limestone grottoes and caves. Take a tour of these sea caves, some of which are accessible only by powerboat.

6. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar-De-Uyuni

Salar De Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world. The exceptional flatness, the large area and the sky give this place an otherworldly look.

7. Painted Dunes, USA

Painted-Dunes

Located inside Lassen National Park in Northern California, the multicolored pumice fields of the Painted Dunes are formed by volcanic ash.

8.Ice Cave, Iceland

Ice-Cave

Ice cave in Iceland are called Crystal Caves and we cannot agree more with that title. These caves are mesmerizing.

9. Lake Retba, Senegal

Lake-Retba

Lake Retba or Lac Rose is known for its pink water, which is due to an alga. It has high salt content and like the Dead Sea, you can float easily in this lake.

10. Loktak Lake, India

Loktak lake

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Located in India, Loktak Lake is the famous for floating islands. Keibul Lamjao, a part of the lake, is the world’s only floating national park.

11. Stone Forest, China

Stone-forest

Located in China, these surreal formation is caused by the erosion of limestone. The Stone Forest or Shilin is a popular tourist attraction.

12. Glass Beach, USA

Glass-beach

Located in California, USA, the glass beach has sea glasses formed due to years of dumping waste into the coastline area.

13. Moeraki Boulders

Moeraki-Boulders

The large spherical boulders surely look alien. These boulders lay along the Koekohe Beach in New Zealand.

14. Skaftafell Glacier, Iceland

Skaftafell-Glacier

If you want an unforgettable trip, visit the breathtaking Skaftafell Glacier in Iceland and go on a glacier trek.

15. Slope Point

Slope-Point

Located in the southern most point of New Zealand, Slope point is famous for its twisted trees.

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