Over 2000 natural sandstone arches, an area which contains the largest concentration of arches found any where in the world,
The Netherland's hidden treasure, and one of the countries largest national parks.
Spanning over 20,000km, this is Namibia's second largest game reserve, attracting animals being a source of water in a very dry land.
The Wave is made out of 190 million year old sand dunes that have turned to red rock, on the border of Arizona and Utah.
One of the finest tiger reserves in the country and one of the best places to see these majestic predators in the wild.
Also known as the Great Indian Desert, it actually lies in two countries: India and Pakistan. With 83 people per sq km, this is the most populated desert in the world.
Carved from the Navajo sandstone over the course of countless millenniums, this is one of the most breathtaking places on earth.
The memorial “Shot Pillars” honours the martyrs from the December 1989 Revolution in Cluj, Transylvania, an artwork that delights both eye and the mind.
Kakadu National Park is the largest national park in Australia and it contains one of the highest concentrated areas of aboriginal rock art sites in the world.
Chamarel 7 coloured earth is a strange lava formation in Mauritius. Sunrise is the best time to see the Coloured Earths. Geologists are still intrigued by the rolling dunes of multi-coloured lunar-like landscape. The colours, red, brown, violet, green, blue, purple and yellow never erode in spite of torrential downpours and adverse climatic conditions. The phenomena has never been explained but it is believed the earths are composed of mineral rich volcanic ash.
Meaning "bad land" in Spanish, the landscape here is formed mainly by lava flow.