Here is another list of my top 5 unique places this earth has to offer. Starting from number 5 in no particular order.
1. Plivitice Lakes national park
The National Park is located in Croatia, is home to spectacular views of perfect blue waters and waterfalls which look rather like the lakes are overflowing. The contrast of the deep blues to vibrant greens makes for an incredible view.
Located in Indiathis is a site of great natural beauty, the area is home to a number of rare, endangered animals such as the Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, brown, and blue sheep.
3. The Great Pyramids of Giza
The Great Pyramid of Giza is the only wonder of the ancient world still standing. In addition to being an architectural marvel, some believe that beneath the Giza Plateau exists something almost as extraordinary: a massive series of underground tunnels and chambers.
This body of water in Israel and Jordan holds some biblical importance. Its high mineral content, which makes it ten times saltier than the world’s oceans, allows nothing to live in its waters except some bacteria. It lies at the lowest point of dry earth on the planet, plunging 1,300 feet below sea level. Being so low, water does not drain but can only evaporate leaving only the strong concentration of minerals. An estimated 7 million tons of water evaporates daily.
Antarctica is no doubt one of the harshest places that a person could call home. Ninety-eight percent of the continent consists of ice and is in complete darkness for six months of the year. There is no natural food supply, no naturally found materials like trees or stone for building, and below freezing temperatures that can kill.