Nature always gives us a lot of interesting things and in there are beautiful natural landscapes that captivate viewers. In the world today, there are many natural landscapes that the Creator has created that makes people always surprised. In this article, I will introduce you to the most beautiful natural sights in the world that you can admire!

1. The Great Barrier Reef


The Great Barrier Reef ("Dai Bao Tieu" or "Big Rock") is the largest reef system in the world, consisting of more than 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching over 2,300 kilometers (1,400 mi) ), with a total area of 344,400 square kilometers (133,000 sq mi). It is located on the Coral Sea region, off the coast of Queensland, northeastern Australia. The Great Barrier Reef can be seen from space and is the world's largest single structure created by living organisms. This reef structure is formed by billions of tiny organisms, called coral polyps. It is the habitat of many species of flora and fauna and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. CNN has named it one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The Queensland Faith considers it a symbol of the state of Queensland.

Much of this Reef is protected by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park to limit human impact on its ecosystems such as fishing and tourism. Other environmental stresses on the reef and its ecosystem include runoff, climate change and mass coral bleaching, dredging and cyclical outbreaks of the spiny starfish. According to a study published in October 2012 by the US National Academy of Sciences, the reef has lost more than half of its coral layer since 1985.

The reef has long been known and exploited by the Aboriginal peoples of Australia and the Torres Strait Islands, and is an important part of the spiritual culture of the local groups. It is a very popular destination for tourists, especially in the Whitsunday Islands and Cairns area. Tourism is an important economic activity for the region, generating A$3 billion in revenue each year. In November 2014, Google launched Google Underwater Street View in 3D of the Great Barrier Reef.

2. Emerald Lake, the giant mirror in Canada


Famous as the country with the most lakes in the world, it is no wonder that the Emerald Lake in Canada is honored as one of the cleanest and clearest lakes on the planet. Emerald Lake is located in Yoho National Park, Canada, surrounded by majestic mountains and forests. In summer, the water of Emerald Lake has a clear jade green color glittering in the beautiful golden sunlight. The people here explain that the lake's blue color is because it is created from rock powder from the mountains following the water flow, along with the green moss under the Victoria glacier. The rising sun reflects light on the lake surface with golden rays creating a sparkling and poetic scene. Not only that, the atmosphere here is so warm, making the surrounding scenery even more magical.

As one of more than 60 large and small lakes in Canada, Emerald Lake is the largest and most beautiful lake in Canada in particular, and is voted the greenest and cleanest lake on the planet, attracting many tourists from all over the world. from all over the world to discover and admire. Emerald Lake stretches over a large area, the surface of the lake is calm, calm, and is likened by Canadians to a giant mirror. The water is so clean and green that you can see everything under the water clearly. And the scenes on the ground reflected in the water are also very bold, giving the lake a mesmerizing beauty. This large lake has a special structure, located in the Yoho National Park, Canada. Emerald Lake is surrounded by majestic mountains and forests around, tall trees, soft foliage, gently casting shadows on the sparkling blue lake surface. Unlike other lakes in Canada, Emerald Lake is favored by nature for its scenic beauty to the blue color of the water.

Emerald Lake is not only the largest lake, but also a beautiful lakeside area despite space and time in Canada. Each season, the Emerald Lake will put on its own appearance, with the embellishment of the surrounding trees and mountains. Especially in every season, Emerald Lake is beautiful, fresh, peaceful and poetic. Canada's climate is also very pleasant, so people can visit Emerald Lake at any time of the year, the atmosphere at the lake is so warm, making the number of tourists flocking here every year to reach the highest level. huge, admirable number.

3. Iguazu Falls, Argentina and Brazil


Iguazu Falls on the Iguazu River, this waterfall is located between the border of two countries, Brazil and Argentina. This is a waterfall of spectacular height and majestic natural scenery. Iguazu Falls is preserved by Iguazú National Park (Argentina) and Iguaçu National Park (Brazil), Iguazu has a width of more than 2,700 m and an average height of about 64 m. The Iguazu waterfall system consists of 275 large and small waterfalls flowing downhill. A few individual waterfalls have a height of up to 82 m, while most are about 64 m. This is a waterfall of the Iguazu River, located on the border of Brazil and Argentina. Iguazu Falls is higher and wider than Niagara Falls, the waterfall has two floors of many different large and small waterfalls with the shape of a horseshoe.

Iguazu Falls is the result of a volcanic eruption that left cracks in the ground. During the rainy season from November to March, the rate of flow of water down the waterfall can be up to 450,000 cubic meters per second. The name of the waterfall is called Iguazu by the natives of Guarani, which means "big water". Legend has it that a god planned to marry a beautiful mortal woman named Naipi, but this girl refused to accept it, ran away with her lover, and ended up dying on a boat. . In anger, this god sliced the river into waterfalls to punish lovers forever. That is the legend for the formation of this Iguazu waterfall. The Spaniards first discovered this waterfall in 1541.

An Indian legend holds that the formation of the Iguazu Falls was the result of a god's jealousy. According to the story, there was a water god who planned to marry a beautiful maiden on earth named Naipi, the daughter of the patriarch here. But the girl did not accept and fled with her lover, the warrior Taroba, on a canoe. In anger, the god created a huge waterfall to sink their boat. Also since then, on the Iguazu River has appeared a large waterfall that has existed until now. As a natural wonder of the world, Iguazu Falls is said to be "unlike any other waterfall in the world", the falls are covered with lush rainforest all year round. Depending on the season, the water of Iguazu Falls flows quickly or slowly, but all create a magnificent scene. Viewed from above, the waterfall is vertical with white streams of water, weaving through each rock gap, each canopy of green trees dropping into the river below. From a distance, the waterfall looks like soft silk ribbons that someone squeezed onto the cliffs and is illuminated by the warm sunlight.

4. Sea of sand in the Sahara Desert


Despite the intense heat, the Sahara desert still possesses a very unique beauty that no other place has. Because for the crazy fans of travel when coming here, you will definitely be captivated by the wonderful and unique beauty of the sandy sea in the vast desert in this North Africa region. If you have a big enough camera, you will surely get a 9 million square meter postcard of the beauty of the Sahara. No one does not know about the Sahara desert because of the popularity of this place. The Sahara desert appears in many ancient stories and classic literary works of the world.

With an area of more than 9 million km², the Sahara is the largest desert and the third largest desert in the world. In the desert, there are mainly rocky plateaus and huge sand seas. Just one wind, you can be blown away at any moment. The temperature is always hot and the wind and sand here are not pleasant at all. This is the largest desert in the world with an area of 9.4 million square kilometers. The natural wonders of the Sahara are sand dunes, rocky plateaus and dry valleys. A lot of visitors come to the Sahara to ride camels, camp overnight and watch the starry sky very romantically.

5. Ha Long Bay, Vietnam – A Rock Maze


Ha Long Bay is a small bay in Ha Long city, Cam Pha town and part of Van Don island district, Quang Ninh province. Ha Long Bay includes 1,969 large and small islands, of which 980 are unnamed and 989 named islands, with an area of 1,553km² including the core and buffer zone. The world-recognized heritage area on Ha Long Bay has an area of 434km², like a triangle with three peaks: Dau Go Island in the West, Ba Ham Lake in the South and Cong Tay Island in the East. including 775 islands with many caves and beaches. Thousands of islands and dozens of beautiful caves have created the aesthetic value of the Bay. The beauty of Ha Long is made up of 3 elements: rock, water and sky. The system of rocky islands in Ha Long is diverse in shape and blends with the sky and sea, creating a watercolor painting. Inside the large rocky islands are attractive by beautiful and strange caves. Dau Go Cave evokes a feeling of being overwhelmed, with stalactites of various shapes. Thien Cung Cave is like a majestic and beautiful temple. Bo Nau cave has an arched door, with countless stalactites falling down as soft as willow branches. Sung Sot Cave is surprisingly beautiful, with stalactites in the shape of wild chickens, toads, dragons, waterfalls, along with many other shapes, like opening a fairy world.

Caves such as Tam Cung, Trinh Nu, Ba Hang, Tien Long, etc., each have unique and interesting beauties. The tectonic history of Ha Long Bay has experienced very different ancient and geographical circumstances, many times creating mountains, receding seas, sinking, advancing seas... Ha Long Bay still retains the imprints of the process. create mountains, the great earth trough of the earth, with the structure of old fortifications and trenches. Ha Long Bay area used to be a deep sea in the Odovician - Silua epochs (about 500 - 410 million years ago), a shallow sea in the Carboniferous - Permian epochs (about 340 - 250 million years ago), coastal sea in the late Paleogene, early Neogene (about 26 - 20 million years ago) and experienced some sea encroachment during the Anthropocene (about 2 million years ago). In the Triassic period (240 - 195 million years ago), when the earth in general and Europe in particular had a hot and dry climate, the Ha Long Bay area was wet with swamps, with conifer forests and giant ferns. accumulated many generations…

6. Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina


Perito Moreno Glacier located in Los Glaciares National Park in Santa Cruz Province, Patagonia is one of the great tourist attractions of Argentina. Spread over an area of about 600,000 hectares, the Perito Moreno glacier creates a small lake called Argentino. This is known as the most beautiful and oldest lake in Argentina, it is estimated to date back about 15,000 years. The scenery on the lake changes according to the weather. When the weather is overcast and cloudy, the glacier will be like a gray satin silk. While the floating ice side is bright white, the submerged ice side has magical turquoise blue streaks.

Perito Moreno Glacier in Los Glaciares National Park, Santa Cruz Province, Patagonia of Argentina. Perito Moreno is named after the explorer Francisco Moreno, who has studied the area since the 19th century and played an important role in defending Argentina's territory when it disputed its border with Chile. Perito Moreno's ice source mainly comes from the nearby Patagonian Ice Mountains, which lie on the border of Argentina and Chile. The river stretches over an area of 600,000 hectares, providing ice for more than 356 large and small glacial lakes. The Perito Moreno Glacier creates a tributary, Lake Argentino. Perito Moreno is about 60m high and 5km wide, it is considered the most beautiful and oldest glacier in Argentina, estimated to be about 15,000 years old. Like other glaciers in the world, Perito Moreno was "born" of snow.

Many giant blocks of ice were continuously born, making Perito Moreno's landscape always splendid, constantly changing. Perito Merono's continued expansion is very special, because compared to other glaciers in the Andean region in particular (including Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru) and other glaciers in the world. the world in general, the growth and expansion of the ice sheets is truly impressive. According to scientists, the melting of ice in southern South America is 10 times higher than in other parts of the world.

7. Grand Canyon, canyon in Colorado, USA


One of the seven natural wonders of the world in the state of Arizona, USA is the Grand Canyon. To get to this place, visitors have to go through an arduous journey in the smog of the desert… The endless old rocky mountains look very fancy. It seemed like there was a giant hand holding a tool to cut across the great stone block. The Grand Canyon takes visitors from one surprise to another. Standing on a cliff, you see the whole mountain area tinged with dark red, but after only one tour, everything has changed to purple because the mountain population always changes color according to sunlight and weather. True to its name, the Grand Canyon is 446 km long, 0.4 to 24 km wide, and 1600 m deep, with dozens of miles of roads along the cliffs, many eco-hotels hidden in the forest. traffic, restaurants, campsites, airports and free service bus systems… Any visitor who arrives here will be completely conquered and overwhelmed.

The famous Grand Canyon - Mother Nature's "epic" for the "star country" has become an immortal symbol of Arizona, so much so that people use its name to call this state: State Grand Canyon State. The canyons of the Grand Canyon bring the red color of the rock, the yellow color of the sun along with the hidden streams like an interesting natural picture. Grand Canyon National Park, in the state of Arizona, USA, with an area of nearly 5,000 square kilometers is one of the most visited landscapes in the world. The Vietnamese call this the great abyss because Gran Canyon has hundreds of canyons 2 km deep, which are likened to the largest abysses on earth.

Visitors can reach the Grand Canyon from four different directions, but it is most convenient from the south because there are forests, streams, charming scenery and convenient transportation. From the north and east, the road through the mountains is more dangerous and some highways are closed due to snowfall in winter. The grandeur, immensity and unique and strange colors of the Grand Canyon make visitors when visiting this canyon feel like they are lost in an alien planet with high cliffs in succession. each other sucks deep eyes. Most visitors when seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time are stunned by the majestic and surreal beauty of this place.

8. Uluru Rock in Australia


Uluru (also known as "Ayes Rock" or "The Rock") is a giant monolithic mountain in the Ayers Mountains located in central Australia, 350 km east of the city of Ailissibulins. From a distance, the surface of the mountain was round and smooth, completely one block, without a single blade of grass. With an altitude of 348 m and a length of 3 km, the foot of the mountain has a circumference of about 8.5 km. The four sides of the cliff are steep, the top is flat like a newly cracked island, and it looks like a giant animal resting on the ground, making the mountain appear majestic, magnificent and extraordinary. Uluru is not only a symbol in Australia but also an attractive tourist destination of the world. Uluru is a giant orange-brown, oval-shaped rocky mountain, formed 680 million years ago, not only a symbol in Australia but also an attractive tourist destination of the world.

The mountain was smooth, there were no plants growing on the rocks. From a distance, Uluru is like an island emerging in the middle of a vast desert, hot with temperatures up to 40 degrees Celsius. Standing on the top of the mountain, visitors can open their eyes to the vast landscape of the desert. , dry grassland, scattered with small puddles. The special thing is that from morning until dusk, the color of the light changes many times on Uluru cliffs from light red to orange and crimson, fawn. When it rains heavily or the rain has just stopped, the mountain is tinged with silver ash, mixed with a bit of black. Scientists believe that the cause of Uluru's color change is due to the characteristics of the rock. This is a block of quartz sandstone, hard rock, tight texture. The surface of the red sandstone has iron oxide, when the sun shines on it under many different angles, it will change color continuously.

Uluru holds significant spiritual significance to the Aboriginal people of the region. At the foot of the mountain, there is a large notice asking people not to climb the holy mountain because of their beliefs and safety for visitors. Uluru has been recognized by UNESCO as one of the seven natural wonders of the world and has been planned as a national park, attracting thousands of tourists every year.

9. Antarctic


Antarctica is a continent with a very unique character, it is the most remote, most prestigious on earth and least frequented by humans. Therefore, this place always shows its inherent natural wild beauty without being changed by any impact. That breathtaking sight will make you a little scared and feel like just a drop of water in the vast ocean. For each person, Antarctica has its own beauty, from icebergs, sea, penguins, seals and many species of wildlife living in a peaceful and fresh space... When you really arrive, you will find the Antarctic paradise much larger and more magnificent than you imagined.

The beauty of Antarctica is always inspiring, with the sun shining from the icebergs making them sparkle, and many different shades of blue and white. In the world of ice and snow, cute penguins waddling and clumsy still find a way to blend in with nature. Antarctica is one of the places with the harshest weather on earth, but it is also a place of greater beauty than anywhere else and contains the wonders of nature.

In the summer, the sun is always bright, the temperature on warm sunny days ranges from 5 - 10oC. In winter, the whole of Antarctica has no day, it is always dark and the record temperature in winter can drop below -80oC. Although the climate is so harsh, Antarctica still has a very special attraction for travelers who love adventure travel. The best time to explore Antarctica is in the summer from November to March every year. An extra special thing is that here the time will not synchronize with the position of the sun, when the "day" always lasts half a year in the summer, and the other half of the year will be a cold winter in the dark.

10. Bora Bora Island, Polynesia


The island of Bora Bora, 230km northwest of Papeete, central Polynesia, France, is surrounded by a large lagoon and a long coral reef. The center of the island is the ruins of an extinct volcano. Bora Bora is very famous for its clear blue water and fine white sand around the island. This beautiful island is favored by many people as a tourist paradise in the Pacific Ocean. Not ashamed of the name "Paradise Island" that people often call, Bora Bora is also known as the "paradise of lovers". The island of the French Polynesian archipelago, with an area of ​​about 39km2, is surrounded by a saltwater lagoon and a barrier of reefs.

The island is located in the northwestern part of Tahiti, less than an hour by motorbike from Papeete airport. Upon arrival, you'll be greeted with warm rays of sunshine, a cool breeze, the scent of weeds, and boats ready to transport you to the resorts. The best thing about Bora Bora is that you can participate in recreational activities or not. If you're still "determined" to leave your resort, you can visit the largest Vaitape village on the island and browse local shops or dine at one of Bora Bora's popular restaurants such as Bora Bora. : Mai Kai Bora Bora, or the legendary Bloody Mary. Besides, visitors can also explore Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu on foot and with a guide or join a Jeep Safari tour.

Bora Bora is one of the few places in the world that possesses a special charm that makes anyone hope to come and experience it once in a lifetime. If the Eiffel Tower is the definition of creativity and romance for the French, then Bora Bora, as its name suggests - "born for the first time" - is the land representing eternal longing and beauty. Here you can rent a sailboat to explore the whole island, enjoy the scenery, sunbathe, etc. Or simply join interesting games such as windsurfing, scuba diving, watching animals, swimming. .If you are an adventurous person, the challenge of skydiving from a helicopter is also a suggestion not to be missed.

There are many other beautiful landscapes in the world that attract viewers. And if you have the opportunity, try to set foot on these places to know how majestic and beautiful nature is.









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