Over billions of years, nature has learned to create a variety of landscapes. Most of them are familiar, and some are like an alien world as if they appeared here by chance. So if you want to go into space, you can start with the White Desert or the Valais da Lois – the impression will be no worse.
Yehliu Geopark, Taiwan
This area is similar to honeycombs and candles at the same time, melted under its own weight. Here, in Yeghlu Park, there are many very strange places, ranging from eroded caves to rocks that extend into the horizon.
White Desert, Egypt
El Sahara El Beida is just one of the fantastic sites in Egypt. Along with the pyramids and the great sphinx, it symbolizes the amazing identity of this country.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
This amazing salt desert covers as much as 12.106 square kilometers. Salar de Uyuni is considered to be the largest salt desert in the world. When you get here, you feel like you are in a new, strange and amazing place.
Marble Caves, Chile
The place Cuevas de Marmol is already six thousand years old. This magnificent cave with the interior of a spaceship has a lake instead of a bottom, which paints its walls with amazing drawings.
Goblin Valley, the USA
Goblin Valley State Park attracts visitors with strange mushroom-like sandstone formations. The valley is often compared to the surface of Mars.
The Wave (Arizona), the USA
A unique natural wonder, the Wave is a gallery of walls made of sand and rocks.
Spotted Lake, Canada
The original name of the reservoir is Spotted Lake. Its water contains a high concentration of various minerals, such as magnesium sulfate, calcium and sodium.
Vale da Lua, Brazil
Vale da Lua is often called a real copy of the moon on Earth. It is noteworthy that the valley itself can be seen even from space, thanks to quartz, which sprinkles its bottom.