4. Victoria Falls, border of Zambia and Zimbabwe
A gorgeous and one of the most popular waterfalls in the world is found on the Zambezi River in Africa.
The water of the river falls down in a straight line for 354 ft (108 m). It is wide (5,604 ft/1,708 m), therefore a water spray raises very high and can be spotted from many kilometers away.
It has been described by CNN as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world and is a hugely popular tourist destination.
5. Lake Hillier, Middle Island, Australia
This island can be found in the Recherche Archipelago and has one of the greatest natural wonders in the world in it. Lake Hillier. Not even scientists know why the lake is pink but there is speculation that it as the result of some bacteria present in the water. The island is a two house flight from Perth.
The lake is 600m in length and 250 meters in width, so is pretty large.
Lake Hillier was visited by the Matthew Flniders expedition on 15 January 1802. Flinders’ journal entries are considered to be the first written records of the lake.
6. Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Maranhão, Brazil
This national park is particularly strange as it has a wet and rainy climate and a desert-like sand landscape, and there is almost no vegetation due to the complete lack of soil.
Sand dunes, often accompanied by lagoons, define the landscape. The sandy scenery is not a desert, though. But it definitely looks like one, therefore, the pools add up to the uniqueness of the park.
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