7 Breathtaking World Wonders to Visit

Parícutin, Michoacán, México

When Parícutin, the youngest volcano on the American continent, erupted for the first time in 1943, two nearby settlements were completely covered in ash.

Yosemite, California

One of the most well-known and visited national parks in the country is Yosemite, which is renowned for its breathtaking cliffs, unbelievable sunsets, and boiling waterfalls.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest high-salinity desert, covering 10,582 km². It's located 3,650 meters above sea level in Bolivia's southwest, in Potosí department and Daniel Campos province.

Grand Canyon, Arizona

Millions of years ago, glaciers sculpted the Grand Canyon, an amazing feat of geology.

Zhangjiajie, China

Zhangjiajie, China's first national forest park, is well-known for its enormous peaks, precarious bridges, and deep caverns.

Aurora Borealis, Iceland

The Aurora Borealis, near the Arctic Circle, is a stunning display of dancing lights. It occurs when charged particles from the Sun's atmosphere collide with gaseous particles, creating vibrant colors.

Krem Liat Prah Cave, India

Krem Liat Prah, located on Jaintia Hill, is one of the world's longest caverns, spanning 30,957 meters.