4 Breathtakingly Strange Places in the World
Cueva de los Cristales (Naica, Mexico)
The Cueva de los Cristales or Cave of Crystals is where the world’s largest known crystal formations can be found. Gigantic crystals have form and thrive in this unique setting that serves as home to one of the most unique and beautiful sights on the planet.
Lake Hillier (Goldfields-Esperance region, Australia)
It is not every day that you will see a vivid pink-colored lake. And it is precisely its unique color that makes Lake Hillier a sight to behold.
Red Beach (Panjin, China)
The Red Beach sits in the midst of the world’s largest wetland and reed marsh. It is home to Suaeda salsa or a type of plant that turns into a bright crimson red hue during autumn. While most of the area is off limits, there is a small portion of the area designated for the public who want to explore the unusual scenery.
Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia)
Salar de Uyuni, which spans 10,582 square kilometers, is the largest salt flat in the world. Its vast surface takes on a mirror-like quality that reflects the clouds and the sky with breathtaking clarity.