The Most Beautiful Places In The World (Part 1)

The Wadi Rum desert

Our world is filled with indescribable beauty. It is difficult to say whether one life is enough to see all the earthly miracles. But we want to consider with you 5 beautiful places located around the world, which, of course, worth a visit.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni in wet season
Salar de Uyuni in wet season

Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni is considered one of the most extreme and spellbinding places in all of South America. It is the world’s largest salt flat, spanning 10,582 square kilometers. During the wet season, the salt desert is transformed into a enormous salt lake and a layer of rainwater creates a mirror-like surface. At this time salt lake perfectly mirrors the sky and create illusions of infinity.

Salar de Uyuni in dry season
Salar de Uyuni in dry season

In the dry season, the dried lake looks no less charmingly. The geometric patterns appear on the surface of the earth of dried lake. It is so bright that just blinds the eyes.

Moraine Lake, Canada

Moraine Lake
Moraine Lake

This incredible lake is located in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, it surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, and rocks and its waters are the most amazing colour of shade of turquoise.

The Atlantic road, Norway

The Atlantic road
The Atlantic road

The Atlantic road is one of the most unusual and beautiful highways in the world. The road is located in Norway and runs through small islands and connecting Norwegian settlements Kristiansund and Molde.

Kazbek Mountain, Georgia

Kazbek Mountain
Kazbek Mountain

Kazbek Mountain is one of the highest peaks of the Caucasus. Kazbek is an extinct volcano. Near the mountain is the Trinity Church. It’s amazing how they could build it so high in the mountains.

The Wadi Rum desert, Jordan

The Wadi Rum desert
The Wadi Rum desert

The Wadi Rum desert is in the south of Jordan. Here you can see the amazing beauty of natural arches, wells, canyons, as well as unique rocks, similar to which there are no all over the world.