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30 Surreal Places on Earth You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

#2 looks magical!

Mini Malabanan





These photos would make you question if these places actually exist in real life, or at least in our own planet. The fantastic beauty of mother nature is simply undeniable. But unknown to many of us, it has so much more to offer aside from breathtaking natural wonders. As surreal as it may seem, unearthly-looking places such as glowing caves, colourful rock formations, alien trees, and pink lakes can be found here in our planet.

These exotic spots exist in almost every continent in the world proving the majestic works of nature. Looking at these photos makes me want to explore and discover the vastness of Earth.

Check out these visually stunning and totally unbelievable places on Earth.

#1. Monte Roraima, Venezuela

#2. Chocolate Hills, Philippines

#3. Fly Geyser, Nevada, USA


Photo credit: Inge Johnsson
#4. Pamukkale, Turkey


Photo credit: Ahmet Sahin
#5. Emerald Ice On Baikal Lake, Russia


Photo credit: Alexey Trofimov
#6. Zhangye Danxia Landform In Gansu, China


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#7. Tianzi Mountains, China


Photo credit: Richard Janecki
#8. Son Doong Cave, Vietnam


Photo credit: National Geographic
#9. Giants Causeway In Northern Ireland


Photo credit: Greg Sinclair
#10. Dragonblood Trees, Socotra, Yemen


Photo credit: Csilla Zelko
#11. Glowing Beach In Maldives


Photo credit: Will Ho
#12. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming, USA


Photo credit: Heirun Homburg
#13. Cave In Algarve, Portugal


Photo credit: Bruno Carlos
#14. Naica Mine, Mexico


Photo credit: Nicole Denise
#15. Antelope Canyon, USA


Photo credit: Wikipedia
#16. Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia


Photo credit: Takaki Watanabe
#17. Red Beach, Panjin, China


Photo credit: Mjia
#18. Abraham Lake, Canada


Photo credit: Emmanuel Coupe
#19. Dallol Volcano, Ethiopia


Photo credit: Victoria Rogotneva
#20. Painted Dunes, Lassen Volcanic National Park, USA


Photo credit: Lou Lu
#21. Namib Desert, Namibia


Photo credit: Martin Bailey
#22. Ice Cave Near The Mutnovsky Volcano, Russia


Photo credit: Denis Budko
#23. Lake Retba, Senegal


Photo credit: Unknown
#24. Ice Cave in Iceland


Photo credit: Julien Ratel
#25. Spotted Lake, Canada


Photo credit: Unknown
#26. Gates To Hell, Derweze, Turkmenistan


Photo credit: Thien Bui
#27. Lake Hillier, Australia


Photo credit: Ockert Le Roux
#28. Lake Natron, Tanzania


Photo credit: Unknown
#29. Glowworms Cave, New Zealand


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#30. Skaftafell Glacier, Iceland


Photo credit: Martin Bailey

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They Fly Drones to Capture Different Sights Around the World. The Result is Purely Magical!

The world is truly a magical place!




The world is a beautiful place.

This fact is the reason why I envy birds - they get to fly, travel, and see the world from above. And although marvelous sights can be seen from the ground, a 'bird's eye view' is almost always more stunning. We may be fortunate enough to get close to the clouds when we ride a plane, but maybe that's the closest that we can get - unless you have a thing for skydiving or something similar to that. So a huge thanks to the inventor of drones, we get to see the magical sights that the world has to offer.

The video that you are about to see is a compilation of the most beautiful aerial videos that were filmed using drones. From the scorching desert to the vast sea - this video will whisk you away to the most amazing sights from all corners of the world.

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This Drone Video of Oahu’s North Shore Will Surely Make You Book a Ticket to Hawaii Now!

Bird’s eye view of the majestic Oahu’s North Shore in HD. Truly Captivating!

Inah Garcia



Have you ever dreamed of becoming a tourist in Hawaii - imploring the beauty of the beaches, basking in the sun, and partying all night long? Well, we don't blame you for having that aspiration especially when we saw this drone video.

Camera genius Eric Sterman captured the majestic Oahu's North Shore though a drone carrying a 4K Ultra HD camera. In the video, you will see the ocean waves in action, the sunset, the pristine shores, and whole lot more - all in bird's eye view. It certainly is breathtaking and we wanted to share with you this video to make you feel good and appreciate nature more. We won't be surprised if you immediately book a ticket to Hawaii after watching this.

Watch the amazing video here:

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This Solitary Castle, in the Middle of the Desert, Has Kept Watch for a Thousand Years.

Seeing it, you can’t help but wonder: Who built it? Why? How long has it been here, looking out over the empty desert?

Inah Garcia



Qasr al-Farid, or popularly known as 'Lonely Castle' is an unfinished ancient tomb found in a barren desert in the northern part of Saudi Arabia. This four-storey structure was half-carved from a single rock and now stands in an arid plain.

The construction began during the rule of the Nabateans, which dates back in the first century A.D. It is one of the 131 monumental tombs in the area, which is near Hegra (pre-islamic location Mada'in Saleh) and approximately 1,400 kilometers from the north capital of Riyadh.

Although it was never completed, the stunningly intricate details of the tomb made Qasr al-Farid the most symbolic structure of Mada'in Saleh. It has also withstand the test of time due to the climate. The 'Lonely Castle' at present enables us to take a peek in to how the Nabateans created their buildings from the top to the bottom. Qasr al-Farid and its surrounding structures have received lots of attention when UNESCO made Mada'in Saleh a site of patrimony. Mada'in Saleh was proclaimed Saudi Arabia's first World Heritage Site in 2008.

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