7. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
The most precious marine gem sprawls for over 2,300 kilometers (1,400 mi) in the Coral Sea, and is the largest reef in the world.
It is one of the most pristine and versatile marine colonies in the world. The colorful marine diversity attracts thousands of tourists every year, who love to explore it by snorkeling and diving.
The great barrier reef consists of over 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands!
8. Arches national park, America
This national park in Utah features some stunning natural rock formations, with huge arch-like structures littering the dry land.
9. Jeju island, South Korea
Jeju Island in South Korea is a volcanic island located in the Korea Strait. It lies southwest of South Jeolla Province, 53 miles from the tip of the Korean peninsula.
The highest mountain in South Korea, Hallasan (Halla Mountain) as pictured above, is located on Jeju Island. The peak of the mountain looks like a giant crater.
10. Puerto Princesa Underground River
The Puerto Princesa Underground River is an 8.2km long underground river. The river is located within the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park in the Philippines, approximately 30 miles north of the city of Puerto Princesa.
Only 4.3km of this are easily traveled by tourists. If tourists wish to travel the other 3.9km they have to obtain a special permit. In some of this 3.9km it is possible to wade in the river.
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