29 Exceptional Landscapes On Earth That Looks Like From Another Planet.

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March 13, 2020

Our beautiful planet is full of incredible places.

Some are so crazy you might think they are located on a distant planet.

If you dream of traveling to unique places, no need to spend a fortune!

You just need to know where these mind-blowing places are to plan your next vacation well in advance.

Here is 29 exceptional landscapes that you believe belong to another planet. Look :

29 exceptional landscapes on earth to know

1. The painted dunes of Lassen Volcanic National Park, United States

The painted dunes of Lassen Volcanic National Park in California

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2. Pamukkale in southwestern Turkey

Pamukkale in southwestern Turkey

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3. The Waitomo Glowworm Caves in New Zealand

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves in New Zealand

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4. The Fly Geyser in Nevada in the United States

the fly geyser nevada in the United States

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5. The Grand Prismatic Spring in Wyoming, United States

The Grand Prismatic Spring in Wyoming in the United States

The Grand Prismatic Spring in Wyoming in the United States with incredible colors

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6. The bioluminescent beach of the island of Vaadhoo in the Maldives

The bioluminescent beach of Vaadhoo island, Maldives

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7. Emerald ice at Lake Baikal in Siberia

Emerald ice at Lake Baikal in Siberia

8. The Tianzi Mountains of Zhangjiajie in China

The Tianzi Mountains of Zhangjiajie in China

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9. The Antelope Canyon in Arizona in the United States

The Antelope Canyon in Arizona in the United States

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10. The Uyuni salt flat in Bolivia

The Uyuni salt flat in Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia covered with salt

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11. Mount Roraima in eastern Venezuela

Mount Roraima in eastern Venezuela

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12. The Giant’s Causeway on the coast of Northern Ireland

Giant's Causeway on the coast of Northern Ireland

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13. The red beach of Panjin in China

The red beach of Panjin in China

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14. The largest cave in the world in Vietnam at Hang Son Doong

The largest cave in the world in Vietnam at Hang Son Doong

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15. Abraham Lake in western Alberta in Canada

Abraham Lake in western Alberta in Canada

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16. Ice caves in Iceland

Ice caves in Iceland

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17. Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park in China

Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park in China

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18. The Dallol volcano in Ethiopia

The Dallol volcano in Ethiopia

The Dallol volcano in Ethiopia with yellow sulfur

The Dallol volcano in Ethiopia with a man watching

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19. The incredible ice cave of the Mutnovsky volcano in Russia

The incredible ice cave of Mutnovsky volcano in Russia

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20. Lac Rose on the Cape Verde peninsula in Senegal

Lac Rose on the Cape Verde peninsula in Senegal

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21. The Socotra Dragon Tree, an incredible tree on the island of Socotra off Yemen

The Socotra Dragon Tree, an incredible tree on the island of Socotra off the coast of Yemen

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22. The Namib Desert, Namibia, southern Africa

The Namib Desert in southern Africa

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23. The Naïca mine in Mexico

The Naïca mine in Mexico

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24. The Gates of Hell in Turkmenistan

Gates of Hell in Turkmenistan

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25. Lake Hillier in Australia

Hillier Lake in Australia

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26. Osoyoos Lake in Canada

Osoyoos Lake in Canada

Osoyoos Lake in Canada with round shapes

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27. The cave of Benagil in the Algarve in Portugal

Benagil cave in the Algarve in Portugal

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28. An ice cave in Oregon, United States

An ice cave in Oregon in the United States

29. The Skaftafell glacier in Iceland

Skaftafell Glacier in Iceland

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