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Incredible Natural Phenomena From Around The World

Incredible Natural Phenomena From Around The World

There are some truly incredible natural phenomena out there, ones that you’d never even think could exist if you didn’t see them with your own eyes. Some can be dangerous, but most are beautiful and fascinating to behold (and are still being studied). Here are some of the most incredible natural phenomena from around the world that can be viewed right now.

Marble Caves, Chile

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The fascinating blue cave in Chile is only reachable by boat, but anybody visiting Chile should surely make time to explore it. The cave is still being studied and scientists are finding new species of crustaceans and plants that have never been seen before. Another marble cave, one of the largest in the world at 2.5 miles long and 120 feet deep, can be found in Brazil’s Minas Gerais region. Water has eroded these calcium carbonate cliffs to create a highly unusual & beautiful cave system.
To get to Chile’s marble cave, visitors must first take a boat ride from Punta Arenas. This idyllic trip takes about an hour and is well worth it because of what you’ll find at your destination – a secret underground world hidden within a stunning natural landscape. What makes Chile’s marble cave unique is that instead of being located near water like most caves are, it was formed by water over time.

Blood Falls, Antarctica

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Given that it appears to be spouting blood rather than water, this waterfall is possibly the craziest in the entire world, hence the name. Although Blood Falls was first spotted in 1911, it wasn’t until recently that we learned that the water’s colour shift was due to oxidised iron. Due to its location on the edge of Antarctica’s continental ice sheet, all of the red-coloured water comes from snow melt and glaciers and then trickles down into Lake Bonney where it sits before seeping out from cracks in the ice as a result of gravity.

Hidden Beach, Mexico

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Playa del Amor, also known as Hidden Beach, is the ideal destination if you’re searching for a quiet beach in Mexico. There is a legend that bombings are to blame for this peculiar beach that is hardly visible. Despite not being a true natural marvel, it is nonetheless worthwhile to see. It’s only accessible by boat or kayak and has no accommodation services. It’s best to bring your own food and water before visiting this hidden gem!

River of Five Colours, Colombia

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One of the finest natural wonders to visit is Cao Cristales, popularly referred to as the River of Five Colors. It is perhaps the most beautiful and multicoloured river in the world. It flows through Los Nevados National Park and into a small town called Villa de Leyva. Locals attribute its vivid colours to different types of algae that grow in the riverbed during certain times of year.

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