In 2011, the Seven Natural Wonders of the world were chosen. Do you want to know what they are? Well, embark on this journey with us across the planet.
Beyond what the hand of man may have created, without a doubt the best landscapes and the most incredible places are those that Mother Nature has given us. And from that goes to this article, because we are going to present you those that were in their day, back in the year 2011, chosen as the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
Join us on this particular trip around planet Earth to get to know these places.
The iguazu river, which forms the natural border between Brazil and Argentina, has more than 200 waterfalls in one part, which together form the so-called Iguazú Falls. Of great tourist interest, the most important waterfall is called Devil’s throata fall of 80 meters and with a large flow that has a system of walkways that allows you to enjoy it from very close.
Seven million square kilometers distributed among nine countries South America, especially Brazil. That is the Amazon, the largest tropical forest in the world and the most important lung of the planet. Going into this jungle and doing all kinds of activities in it is quite an adventure to which millions of tourists sign up every year.
Ha Long Bay
In the northeast of Vietnam is the most touristic place in this country, Ha Long Bay. It is a bay with emerald waters and in which rock formations of different sizes and shapes stand out. The most common is to go on cruise this incredible landscape, although scuba diving and other water activities are also practiced.
Komodo National Park
The islands of Komodo, Rinca and Padar (and more than twenty other smaller islands), In Indonesia, house this Natural Park that is declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The park was created in the eighties with the intention of protecting the most famous inhabitant of this area, the komodo dragonwhich can be seen in its natural habitat on any of the organized routes to explore this natural wonder.
The Puerto Princesa Underground River
In the Philippines and more specifically in the Palawan Island we find another National Park elevated to a World Heritage Site. It is called from underground river from Puerta Princesa because this river is its most characteristic element, a current of emerald blue water that crosses along almost nine kilometers some caves and limestone galleries.
The best views of Cape Town, the second most populous city in South Africa, are obtained from Table Mountain, which is also one of the main tourist attractions in the country. The curious thing about this mountain is that its top is a flat plateau which extends over some three kilometersand which can be reached via a cable car that takes you up to almost a thousand meters high.
Jeju is, apart from the big cities in South Korea, the most touristic place in this country and what its inhabitants call “The beauty”. It is an island of volcanic originwith less than two thousand square kilometers, which floats in the Korea Strait and has a unique landscape, with the Mount Hallasan as the main tourist attraction.
Photo 1 | Flickr – Marissa Strniste
Photo 2 | Flickr – HoangP
Photo 3 | Flickr–Warrenski
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