Our planet is filled with a number of bizarre places which looks weird but still they are worth seeing because of their distinct nature and unique beauty. There are many weird, bizarre and strange places which are worth visiting and exploring. This time, we bring a collection of top 10 most bizarre yet worth-seeing places. These places look strange but they are still unique ancient sites and we should probably explore them sometimes.
So let’s start our list:
Cappadocia is an ancient historical region of Turkey. It lies in eastern Anatolia, the center of Turkey. Cappadocia is spread over the whole region from Taurus Mountains to the vicinity of the Euxine. It is one of the most beautiful sites and ancient jewel of the world. Its classic-style temple, houses and temples are really masterpieces which depict beauty of ancient artwork.
- The Rio Tinto
Rio Tinto is a river of Spain originates from Andalusia. A site somewhere around the river was mined for minerals; as a result of the mining, the water of Rio Tinto river has reddish-yellow color.
- Caño Cristales
Caño Cristales is best known as “The River of Five Colors” and “The Liquid Rainbow” because it has more than five coloration including red, yellow, blue, green and black. The scenes and views of the river are simply stunning. They make people feel like they are in paradise Liburan. This river is also regarded as the most beautiful river of the world.
- Loch Ness
Loch Ness is the largest loch of Scotland by volume. It is notable for its dragon-looking monster known as “Nessie”. Many mysteries are connected to this lake as many people has claimed they have seen the water monster.
Uluru is a 348-meter high hill in Northern Territory of Australia. It is among the best tourist destination in Australia, and it attract millions of visitor each year. Kangaroo, a symbol of Australia can be every where around Uluru and many other astonishing creatures and trees as well.
Socotra is considered ‘The most alien-looking place‘ and ‘Island of strange plants‘ because the plants and herbs found there has not been found anywhere on the earth. It is famous for its strange-looking, umbrella-shaped tree called “The Dragon’s Blood Tree”.
Beppu is a town located on Kyushu, the Japanese Island. It is best known for its hot springs known as eight hells of Beppu. Many other tourist attractions are also in Beppu such as Takasakiyama Monkey Park, Otobaru Waterfal and some other sand and foot baths.
Pamukkale is a beautiful natural place in Turkey. In turkish, Pemukkale means “cotton castle”. It is a famous tourist attraction of Turkey. Thousands of people visit, take bath in its pool and rest on its terrace every year.
- Fly Geyser
Fly Geyser is a 12-feet high geothermal geyser in Fly Ranch, Nevada. It was created accidentally during drilling of a well. The well worked well till 1960, and then it started pumping out hot water which reach 5 ft high in the air. The geyser is made of a plenty of beautifully crafted rocks which give it glowing coloration.
- The Hell’s Door
The Door to Hell is a giant burning hole located in Derweze, Turkmenistan. In 1971, geologists were searching for oil and natural gas sources and they accidentally found it so they started drilling, but this led to the creation this giant fire hole. The Hells’s Door has been on fire for more than 40 year; fire inside it started burning in 1971, after the accident. The door to hell is a spectacular and bizarre but worth-seeing place. People from all around the globe come and visit it, and enjoy its thrilling scenes.