The World's Strangest Natural Wonders

Located in California, USA, these rocks mysteriously move across the desert floor, leaving long tracks behind them, without any apparent human or animal intervention.

Sailing Stones of Death Valley

Found off the coast of Yemen, this isolated island is home to a unique and bizarre assortment of flora, including the dragon's blood tree and the cucumber tree, giving it an otherworldly appearance.

Socotra Island

Situated in Derweze, Turkmenistan, this natural gas field has been burning continuously since 1971. The massive crater, filled with fiery flames, creates an eerie and surreal spectacle.

The Door to Hell

Located in southwestern Turkey, Pamukkale is a natural wonder consisting of terraces made of white mineral-rich travertine cascading down the hillside. The terraces resemble a series of frozen waterfalls.


Located in Northern Ireland, this unique rock formation consists of around 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, resembling a path created by giants. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Giant's Causeway

Situated in China, this stunning park is known for its towering sandstone pillars that jut out from the forest floor, creating a surreal and otherworldly landscape. It served as inspiration for the movie "Avatar."

Zhangjiajie National Forest Park

Located in Nevada, USA, this unusual geyser was accidentally created during well drilling in the 1960s. It continuously spews hot water, mineral-rich deposits, and vibrant algae, resulting in a vibrant and alien-looking formation.

Fly Geyser

Situated off the coast of Belize, this enormous underwater sinkhole forms a perfect circular shape. Its deep blue color and the abundance of marine life make it a popular destination for divers.

The Great Blue Hole