Travel activities that make us close to nature will make our bodies and minds fresher. It feels like, after seeing the colorful natural scenery , the eyes also feel clearer.
Therefore, it’s no wonder that many tourists choose to visit some of the natural wonders where the conditions are still natural.
This time, Balitourismnews.com summarizes six natural wonders in the world from the This is Insider page.
Geiranger Fjord (Møre og Romsdal County, Norway)
Fjord is the correct term to describe an underwater sheet.
Formed by glaciers, this long, narrow waterway is deep and surrounded by mountains.
Geiranger is one of the most famous fjords in Norway and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tegalalang Rice Fields (Tegalalang and Ubud, Bali, Indonesia)
Indonesia is indeed known for its extensive green rice fields, and Tegalalang is one of the most famous.
Here, there is a green view of rice fields with coconut trees towering at several points.
Farmers in Tegalalang have used the Subak irrigation system for centuries.
Reynisfjara Beach (Vik, Iceland)
Maybe Reynisfjara Beach is not the right place for sunbathing.
However, that doesn’t mean it’s not worth visiting.
Reynisfjara Beach looks like another world thanks to its black sand, basalt pillars and the occasional mist that envelops it.
Reynisfjara Beach is also a spot to witness the Aurora Borealis phenomenon.
White Sands National Monument (New Mexico, USA)
White Sands National Monument is the largest gypsum mine in the world.
This site is a stretch of sparkling white sand located in the Cihuahuan Desert.
The gypsum that forms these white sand dunes comes from the nearby high-mineral ephemeral lake.
When the water from the lake evaporates, the minerals settle and form gypsum piles with the help of the wind.
Mono Lake (California, USA)
Mono Lake or Mono Lake stretches along 65 miles.
This lake is known for its calcium carbon structure known as “tuff towers.”
Mono Lake is also high in salt content.
Milford Sound, New Zealand
Milford Sound is also a fjord formed by glaciers during the Ice Age.
This fjord is located on the coast of the South Island, New Zealand.
Milford Sound has a mix of vistas, from waterfalls to the surrounding mountain peaks