Seven Stunning Natural Wonders Of The World

Marble Caves

Water sculpted these cliffs over more than 6,000 years, and the presence of calcium carbonate has given the cliffs an unusual and stunning array of colors.

Thor's Well

Thor's Well's emptying and replenishing effect is captivating. The roof of an undersea cave collapsed, creating this Oregon coast beauty.

Dead Sea

The Dead Sea, the lowest body of water on Earth's surface, sits at 430 meters below sea level. It's unique due to its high salt concentration, making it impossible to dive or sink in the water.

Mount Fuji

Fuji, southwest of Tokyo, is one of Japan's three sacred mountains. This 3,776-meter (12,388-foot) active volcano last erupted in 1707 and has inspired many artists with its unique appearance.


New Zealand's North Island settlement of Waitomo has large cave networks. Its millions of glow worms make the caves fascinating when opened to the public in the late 19th century.

Na Pali Coast

Hawaii's Na Pali Coast enchants visitors with its lush green towering cliffs, terraces, narrow valleys, and waterfalls.

Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon, located in Arizona, is renowned for its narrow walkways and rare, wave-like patterns on sandstone walls