There are 30-interesting places to visit on earth that you might want to know. Some places are scary and mysterious but building up your curiosity.
1. Fly Geyser – Nevada, USA
Created accidentally in 1964 after an energy company drilled down into geothermal waters, this geyser lies on private land at the edge of Black Rock Desert in Nevada The geyser erupts up to five feet high, and the mineral deposits left behind cause the rock around it to build at least several inches each year.
2. Island Of Dolls – Xochimilco, Mexico
According to local legend, a girl died in the canals surrounding this island. After her death, dolls began to wash onto its shores. The island’s only resident took to hanging the dolls in honor of the dead little girl.
3. Glass Beach – California, USA
4. Badab-E-Surt, Iran
These terraces in Northern Iran have been developing over thousands of years. Travertine, a type of limestone formed from the calcium in water, has an unusual reddish color, making this place a true sight to behold.
5. Pyramid Of The Sun, Bosnia
6. Spotted Lake – British Columbia, Canada
7. Plain Of Jars – Laos
8. Pamukkale – Turkey
9. Thor’s Well – Oregon, USA
10. The Tianzi Mountains – China
11. The Hand In The Desert – Chile
12. The Door To Hell – Turkmenistan
13. The Giant’s Causeway – Northern Ireland
Sixty million years ago a huge volcanic eruption left behind molten basalt. The basalt solidified and created these amazing cracks in the the rock. The causeway is so geometrically perfect that legend says it was actually built by a giant.
14. Kryziu Kalnas – Lithuania
15. Hoaia Baciu Forest – Romania
16. Socotra Island – Yemen
17. The Catacombs – Paris, France
This is a network of old quarry tunnels beneath the city and the final resting place of around six million Parisians. Most are anonymous, taken from the city’s overcrowded graveyards in former centuries. Now, tourists can walk through the creepy underground graveyard.
18. Seaweed Farms – South Korea
19. Goblin Valley State Park – Utah, USA
20. Maunsell Sea Forts – North Sea, England
These were designed to protect England from a potential Nazi invasion during WWII. Today, they’re empty and provide an eerie silhouette over the ocean’s horizon.
21. Akodessewa Fettish Market – Togo
22. Jacob’s Well – Texas
23. Lake Hillier – Western Australia
The lake keeps its deep pink color all year, due to it’s high salt content, the presence of a salt-loving algae species known as Dunaliella salina, and pink bacteria known as halobacteria.
24. Cat’s Island – Japan
Tashirojima has a population of one hundred humans, and almost triple the amount of cats. Originally, the cats were brought to the island to hunt mice – the island is a large producer of silk, and mice eat silkworms. Now, the cat population has gotten somewhat out of control, but many don’t seem to mind. Local fishermen regarded them as good luck and the island even has a cat shrine, along with newly built cat shaped cabins for tourists to stay in.
25. Varosha – Cyprus
Varosha is a completely uninhabited resort city on Cyprus’ coast. Varosha was quickly evacuated after the Turkish invasion. It looks like a bustling coastal town from a distance, but up close, it’s completely deserted and silent.
26. Bermuda Triangle – Atlantic Ocean
27. Chocolate Hills – Bohol Island, Philipines
The Chocolate Hill are the uplift of coral deposits and a result of rainwater erosion. They earned the nickname of ‘chocolate’ in the dry season, when the foliage on the hills changes from a lush green to a chocolatey brown.
28. Red Beach – Panjin, China
29. The Nazca Lines – Peru
30. Whale Bone Alley – Siberia
Eighty-two miles off the coast of Alaska lies this macabre sight: a scattering of whale jawbones, ribs and vertebrae. Experts believe that these bones date all the way back to the 15th century, and could have been used as a place of worship.