Sprawling across 31 sq km, the summit battles with the clouds. The 400 meter tall cliffs on all sides have borders of Brazil, Guyana and Venezuela respectively.
A karstic depression which in no way looks depressing. Set in Cuba, the valley looks like a Hollywood set of a fantasy movie
This archaeological site in Sudan will take you back in time with ripples in the sand and the pyramid like structures standing resolutely. It was once the capital of the Kush Kingdom.
Hard to believe that this is not computer graphics. The green moss covered volcano called Maelifell (Measure hill) is surrounded by cold streams & is right next to the Myrdalsjokull glacier.
No this isn't the subject taught at Hogwarts. But the story behind it is magical. The original church was burnt down by lighting and legend says that the builder of the new one, who remains unknown, used one single axe to build the entire structure. It was made completely of wood and the axe was thrown into the lake.
Home to beautiful flora & fauna with a landscape that perfectly compliments them.
This magical place is also called 'Dwarf's Wonderland'. The caves are right next to a volcano and were formed by a stream that flows through glacial fields.
A bath here can sooth your senses. The terraces are made of sedimentary rocks where water from the hot springs is deposited.
The country of Palau is located in the Pacific Ocean and is spread across 250 islands in total. These islands are simply majestic and the aerial view is to die for.
The monasteries are set among the skies and the word Meteora means exactly that in Greek. It translates to "middle of the sky" or "suspended in the air".
The sunlight transforms into a spotlight highlighting the beauty within. It is located in the Purnululu National Park.
Once part of a Siamese kingdom, existing from the 14th to the 18th century. The ruins are worth a visit.
One of the most scenic waterfalls in the world with a drop of 60 metres. It featured in the 6th season of The Amazing Race.
It will stab your heart with its beauty. The limestone formation scale over 70 meters and despite being so incredible & different, the forest is one of the least visited forests in the world.
The 7,000 feet volcano resides in the plains called the 'Sea of Sand'. As destructive as it can be. When it is calm, it is a beauty.