10. Racetrack Playa
The rocks you find in Racetrack Playa are special, as they actually move on their own, yet scientists can' t understand why this occurs. It' s said that there may be ice that forms around the rocks at night and then when it melts during the day it allows the rocks to move. It' s certainly a unique thing to see.
9. ETERNAL FLAME FALLS
You' ll find this in Orchard Park, New York. This is a small waterfall, but it' s very interesting. Behind this waterfall is a small flame which never seems to go out. Scientists say that there' s a macro seep of natural gas from the Earth that fuels the flame so you always see it even from behind the waterfall.
8. RELAMPAGO DEL CATATUMBO
At the south- western corner of Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela there' s elevation and humidity. Once you go here you get to see an amazing spectacle. At this location, you' ll see the highest frequency of lighting in the world. There are usually 25 flashes per minute!
7. LONGYEARBYEN, NORWAY
If you visit Svalbard, a Norwegian archipelago, the weather remains the same from around mid- April to mid- August each and every day during this time. Because of its geographical location, the sun never sets in the town of Longyearbyen during that time period.
6. MOERAKI BOULDERS, NEW ZEALAND
At Koekohe Beach, New Zealand, you' ll find large spherical boulders and is said by experts that they formed millions of years ago. The boulders, once hardened and collected sediment which helped them form into the shape they are now. They are called septarian concretions by geologists and you can also find them in the Hokianga Harbor, also located in New Zealand.
5. SURTSEY, ICELAND
Surtsey looks like a normal place. The island is calm and it' s quite beautiful, but it' s unique because in 1963 it never existed. In 1963 an underwater volcano erupted and formed the island.
4. BLOOD FALLS
In Antarctica, you' ll find a waterfall called Blood Falls. The water here is red and extremely unique. The water is said to come from a subterranean lake according to experts and in the water are rich iron deposits which makes the water appear red. According to recent studies, there is also said to be microorganisms living in the lake according.
3. DOOR TO HELL, TURKMENISTAN
This is a large gas crater. Scientists were drilling for oil over 40 years ago and they made a hole (pictured) which has been on fire ever since. The fire never goes out which has puzzled scientists, as they can' t explain why this occurs. This is a very popular tourist location, in, as you might expect.
2. MOGUICHENG, CHINA
the Gobi Desert, you' ll find a mysterious place called Moguicheng which translates to " City of Satan. " You get this impression as it feels haunted as you move through it and people who do go through it hear strange noises that sound like babies crying, tigers roaring, and strange melodies. Experts still don' t know why this occurs.
In the Namib Desert, you' ll find Deadvlei which is almost like a painting. The world' s largest sand dunes surround this area. The trees here are fascinating as they died over 900 years ago and are completely barren. They died due to there not being enough water to support life, however the wood hasn' t decomposed as it' s so dry in this area and so the trees are still preserved.