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The 10 World’s Most Alien Looking Spots - Amazing Explore

There are seven natural wonders in the world, and while each one — from the Grand Canyon to Mount Everest — is spectacular, we've been oversaturated with images of them. Let's explore The World’s Most Alien-Looking Spots That You Don't Know.

1. Marble Caves, Chile

Marble Caves, Chile Chico, Chile – Most Beautiful Spots - Wildlife Archives
The otherworldly looking blue-hued Marble Caves nestled in Chile are inscribed into a marble peninsula on a picturesque glacier lake running through the Argentinean-Chilean border. The caves are said to have been a consequence of 6,000 years of water erosion.

2. Chocolate Hills, Philippines

Chocolate Hills as seen from the view deck - The Poor Traveler
This ethereal place feels straight out of children’s storybook with a name to match. What locals refer to as Chocolate Hills are actually heaps of limestone that turn deep brown during dry months. The 1268 dramatic conical hills are located in Philippines’ Bohol district and attract plenty of visitors for the unique appeal.

3. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia - viviTravels
Salar de Uyuni is a 4,000 square miles salt flat plain in Bolivia (largest in the world) that features an eerie, cast-away desert-like landscape complete with a dry prehistoric lake, plenty of intriguing rock formations and cactus laden islands. You’ll get a creepy feeling of being in no man’s land when here. Perfect for explorers and adventure enthusiasts. During rains, the place turns into a massive mirror.

4. Antelope Canyon, Arizona

Where to explore the best of these narrow, water-worn passageways - smithsonianmag.com
Antelope Canyon in Arizona is a strange looking sandstone formation, which has been created over the course of several million years of rains and flash flooding. Keep in mind that visitors cannot enter the canyon area without being accompanied by a local Navajo guide.

5. Tianzi Mountains, China

Tianzi Mountains, China
The seriously ominous and scary looking Tianzi Mountains look like they’ve been created only to film a horror flick. It is also believed that these mountains inspired Avatar’s Pandora’s floating mountain ranges. A theme park based on the film has been created here and is proving to be a huge draw for tourists.

6. Wadi Rum, Jordan

Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan - Locationscout
The blazing red Wadi Rum desert stands imposingly on the Jordan landscape. It is so bright and red that it closely resembles the surface of Mars, often being depicted as the planet in several flicks, including “The Martian.” You’ll be forgiven for mistaking you’ve landed on another planet. Go on a wilderness tour or camp conducted by local companies here. Find prehistoric inscriptions and dramatic carvings on the rocky caverns of Wadi Rum.

7. Zhangye Danxia, China

 China's Zhangye Danxia Geopark (Rainbow Mountains)is a psychedelic geological dream - AWOL - Junkee
Formed as a result of erosion activity over the past 27 million years, this vibrantly colored mountainous sandstone region has captivated the imagination of visitors for visitors. It comprises several access roads, paths, and boardwalks to help tourists see the formations with ease. The government is constantly investing in facilities to make the destination more tourist friendly.

8. Giant’s Causeway, Ireland


Giant's Causeway - Visit Belfast
Ireland’s Giant’s Causeway comprises 40,000 symmetrical rock formations resulting from volcanic activity. The extraterrestrial-like formations, located on one of the continent’s most rugged coastline, appear mystical and majestic and are known for its ferocious storms. Their rough and intriguing appearance never fails to stun visitors strolling along the causeway. It is enough to help you do some time travel down several centuries. The Causeway Center also features a souvenir shop, along with audio-video presentation and accommodation booking.

9. Red Beach, China

Panjin Red Beach China
Red Beach is an expansive wetland that acquires its distinct shade from Suede seaweed turning a shade of bright crimson during fall. Nestled in Dawa County in Panjin, its fiery landscape comprises shallow seas and huge tidelands. The Panjin Shuangtaizi Riverbank is a state natural protected area, preserving one of the planet’s most complete ecosystems. Housing over 260 bird species and around 400 wild animals, the area is worth exploring for nature and wildlife enthusiasts.

10. The door to Hell, Turkmenistan

The Door to Hell Darvaza - Vividscapes
This 226-foot wide hole was made in 1971 due to the collapsing of a huge Soviet rig into a gas cavern. The natural gas combined with the drilling rig to burn and has been incessantly burning since then. Its surrounding spots are very popular with visitors looking to camp in the midst of a wild desert.

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