The World’s Strangest Natural Wonders
A new study reveals that, more than any other motivating factor, adventure explorers are seeking out transformative experiences while on holiday. Simply put, people are looking for something different.
Are you tired of vacationing in places that pride themselves in having clear blue skies, rolling green hills and sandy beaches? Some adventurous travelers want more; they want to see odd natural formations that others won’t believe exist until they see a picture as proof.
This is where the argument of “everything has already been discovered” comes in, but certain phenomena such as that the Cave of Crystals in Mexico, which is almost 1,000 feet below the earth’s surface, was only found in 2000, and it’s still largely unexplored. Imagine what else you probably don’t know about…
Nature continues to surprise people in many ways. Some of the most visually magnificent spots in the world are also very strange, and you can’t always identify their shape. Though they may look unnatural, and even eerie, they are marvelous and often have interesting stories.
Adventurous travelers are already planning how to spend their days off of work this year. Consider going to off the beaten path destinations where crowds won’t be a problem – you’ll have stories to tell for years to come.