Top 10 Strange Mysterious Places V2

There are a lot of strange and mysterious places to visit in the world. We have already told you about the Top 10 Strange Mysterious Places in the previous article, and now we will tell you about some more strange and mysterious places in our list of Top 10 Strange Mysterious Places V2. So without any delay, let's just get started with the Top 10 Strange Mysterious Places V2 to visit in the world.

Summary

    • Rainbow River, Colombia
    • Ice Cave, Island
    • The Coloured Mountains, China
    • Lena Pillars, Russia
    • Fingal's Cave, Scotland
    • The Stone Forest, China
    • Avatar Mountains, China
    • Angel Falls, Venezuela
    • Antelope Canyon, USA
    • Deadvlei, Namibia


10. Deadvlei, Namibia

Top 10 Strange Mysterious Places V2

We will start off our list with Deadvlei also written as Dead Vlei. This place is located inside the Namib-Naukluft Park in Namibia. It looks like sheer skeletons of trees are lost in the middle of the desert. The clay pan formed more than a thousand years ago. The river flooded after heavy rainfall and create shallow pools of water. These camel thorn trees began to grow. Soon after that, the climate changed, drought struck the area and now all that remains are nine hundred-year-old forests frozen in time. It's no wonder the Deadvlei has been nominated as the eighth wonder of the world.


9. Antelope Canyon, USA

Antelope Canyon, USA

Moving on to number 2, we have Antelope Canyon that is located in American Southwest, on Navajo land east of Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon includes two separate slot canyon sections, one is Upper Antelope Canyon and another one is Lower Antelope Canyon. The mysterious and beautiful Antelope Canyon is one of the most spectacular slot canyons in the world. It got its name from the Pronghorn antelope that once gazed in the area. The canyon is sculpted into beautiful undulant curves and hollows that vary from three to ten feet wide and up to 164 feet deep.

8. Angel Falls, Venezuela

Angel Falls, Venezuela

Number eight from our list is a waterfall in Venezuela. This waterfall is one of the greatest natural wonders of the world and it is the world's highest uninterrupted waterfall with an approximate height of 979 meters. This Magnificent Angel Falls named after Jimmy Angel, an American pilot, who landed on top of a Tempe Mountain in 1937 while searching for gold. Angel Falls is 19 times higher than Niagara. The falls are along a fork of the Rio Kerepacupai Meru which flows into the Churun River, a tributary of the Carrao River, itself a tributary of the Orinoco River.


7. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China

Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China

Number seven from our list is Zhangjiajie National Forest Park also known as Avatar Mountains. These magnificent mountains are located in Zhangjiajie City in Hunan Province in the People's Republic of China. These vertical pillars in China were the inspiration for the floating mountains in the movie Avatar. There is the longest cable weight in the world in this bizarre place. One of these pillars was named the Avatar hallelujah mountain after the movie Avatar a highest-grossing film of all time.

6. The Stone Forest, China

The Stone Forest, China

Next place from our list is also from China that is Stone forest situated in Shilin Yi Autonomous County, Yunnan Province in China, near Shilin approximately 90 km (56 mi) from the provincial capital Kunming. These rocks seem like they are rising from the ground that's why they look like a forest of stones. The giant stalagmite like pillars creates huge arrays of labyrinths, features caves and waterfalls pumps that are easy to become lust in. Shilin stone forest is a UNESCO world heritage site. This is a massive otherworldly landscape of Karst formations over 270 million years old.


5. Fingal's Cave, Scotland

Fingal's Cave, Scotland

Moving onto number 5, we have Fingal's Cave. These caves are situated in the island of Staffa, in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. Fingal's Cave consists of basalt columns similar to those that form the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland. It is possible that both sites were created by the same volcanic action. It's also known as the melodic cave because of its forms. The sounds of the waves that go throughout the cave creating unbelievable sounds.

4. Lena Pillars, Russia

Lena Pillars, Russia

Next, a beautiful and mysterious place from our list is Lena Pillars. The natural beauty of the surrounding landscape affects everyone. It's like a wall from the most famous Netflix series Game of Thrones. The length of the cliffs is more than 25 miles. In 2012, they were included in the World Heritage List. Lena pillars are like the fabulous ancient castles. Right now scientists consider this place the origin of human civilization. Archaeological researches indicate that the first person appeared in these places exactly along the Lena River. Many facts prove this theory including ancient tools that were found here belong to the oldest on the planet.


3. Zhangye National Geopark, China

Zhangye National Geopark, China

Next strange and mysterious place from our list is Zhangye National Geopark also known as Rainbow Mountains. These Rainbow Mountains situated in Sunan and Linze counties within the prefecture-level city of Zhangye, in Gansu, China. The Rainbow Mountains are the geological wonder of the world. The rock forms range and colour from deep red to yellow and green the highly contrasting bands of colour glowing most intensely after the rain. Due to the unique rock formations, this landform was included the UNESCO heritage site in 2009. Also, it has been listed among the most beautiful places in the world numerous times.

2. Ice Cave, Island

Ice Cave, Island

Number two of our list is Iceland's Ice Caves. These caves are a wonderful and ever-changing natural phenomenon with fascinating ice formation and colours. Standing in a stunning ice cave you will feel like you have gone right to the heart of this land of Fire and Ice. See the light pouring through fabulous transparent ice, and the glorious vibrant blue swirling around you. Ice caves are not always blue or white, ice can be white grey and black. Most famous ice cave in Iceland is situated at Botany Ural the largest glacier in Europe.


1. Rainbow River, Colombia

Top 10 Strange Mysterious Places V2

At last, we have Rainbox River as the number one place in our list. The river that ran away from paradise. This spectacular natural wonder is called CaƱo Cristales, and it is the world's most beautiful river. Every year for a brief period from September to November, the river transforms into a bed of vibrant colours. Initially, people thought that the colours came from the algae and the moss growing below the water. The real reason is a unique species of plant that grows on the river floor. This plant requires precise conditions. The right level of water and a specific amount of sunlight, and it turns brilliant red or bright green blue yellow and orange, Giving the river a magnificent effect.


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