YALA NATIONAL PARK
Yala National Park is one of the largest and most popular parks in Sri Lanka. It owes its fame to the fact that it has one of the most numerous leopard populations per square kilometer in the world.
AL QUDRA LAKES
Al Qudra Lakes are home to hundreds of different animals. Birds are the most numerous group, numbering 170 species. Although these are artificial lakes, that were created by man, it was done with such care that being there feels like an oasis in the middle of the desert.
Georgia is well-known for its beautiful scenic views and attachment to nature. Other than the mountains, valleys, and beaches of the Black Sea, you can also visit the in this country numerous canyons.
Uçhisar Castle is to some extent a rock formation, located in the Nevşehir province of Turkey. The area is characterized by numerous caves, as well as rock depressions that have been formed naturally.
The Brandberg mountain massif is located in Namibia in its northwestern part. There is also located, the country’s highest peak, Königstein, measuring 2573 meters above sea level.
DADES GORGE ROAD
The Dades Gorge is located practically in the center of Morocco. The road that runs through it is ranked among the most dangerous in all of Africa.
DAEDALUS CORAL REEF
In the Red Sea there are undoubtedly many places where can dive and explore the underwater world. However, only some of them are remaining wild and virtually untouched by man.
TAMAGHZA AND GOLDEN CANYON
There are 3 oases on the Tunisian-Algerian border. The largest of these is Tamaghza, less than 70 kilometers from the town of Tauzar, where at the turn of November and December the annual is organize International Oasis Festival.
ELK ISLAND NATIONAL PARK
Elk Island National Park is located in the state of Alberta, Canada, just 30 minutes east of the city of Edmonton. The reserve is famous for its rich flora and fauna.
Trunk Bay beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. It is located on the island of Saint John belonging to the US Virgin Islands in its northwestern part.
SAN JUAN ISLANDS
The amazing San Juan Islands archipelago abounds with rich flora and fauna. These islands, located in the northwestern part of the USA, near the border with Canada, attract crowds of tourists.
The Furka Pass is one of the highest and most beautiful mountain passes in Switzerland. The road stretches 2,429 meters (7,969 feet) across the two cantons of Valais and Uri.
Waterfall Savica, in Slovenian Slap Savica is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Slovenia. Its main quality is that the flowing water divides into two streams.
The Partnach Gorge was declared a natural monument in 1912. It is one of the most beautiful ravines located in Bavaria. This amazing place is open for tourists all year round, where in winter the scenery is even more magical.
Gerlach Peak (Gerlachovský štít) is not only the highest peak of Slovakia and the Tatras but also of the Carpathians. Its height is 2655 m above sea level. It is located on the territory of the Tatra National Park, a beautiful natural area surrounded by glacial lakes and pine forests.
Near the town of Nova Vas in Croatia is the Baredine Cave, where we can see magnificent formations of stalactites and stalagmites. One of the attractions during a visit to the cave is an underground lake located at the foot of a 66-meter gorge.
THE CITY OF ROCKS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
The City of Rocks is situated in northeastern Bohemia, not far from the Polish border in the Adršpach region. The area of the City of Rocks is situated in the Broumovsko Protected Landscape Area.
THE SEVEN RILA LAKES
The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes located in the Rila mountain range in southwestern Bulgaria. They are glacial lakes located at 2100-2500 meters above sea level.
GROSSGLOCKNER ALPINE ROAD
The Grossglockner Alpine Road is named after the highest mountain in Austria, Großglockner, which measures 3,798 meters above sea level. It lies on the border between Carinthia and East Tyrol, inside the High Tauern National Park, about surface 1,856 square kilometers.