Places On Earth That Look Too Magical To Be Real

Here are some of the most impressive places on Earth that look too magical to be real

Giant Groundsels plants found on top of Mt Kilimanjaro

too magical to be real

Danakil Depression resemble scenes from a science fiction movie. But the area is very real and it’s one of Ethiopia’s top attractions.

too magical to be real

An aerial photograph of abandoned cars within the exclusion zone around Fukushima

too magical to be real

Wadi Rum, Jordan. It has served as an alien planet in dozens of movies.

too magical to be real

MS World Discoverer Cruise ship- Sandfly Passage, Solomon Islands.

too magical to be real

Deadvlei is a white clay pan near the famous Sossusvlei salt pan, located in a valley among the dunes in Namib-Naukluft Park, Namibia.

places on Earth

Derinkuyu, a massive underground city in Turkey that once housed 20,000 people

places on Earth

Cave of the Crystals or Giant Crystal Cave is a cave connected to the Naica Mine at a depth of 300 metres, in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico

places on Earth

Vinicuna aka ‘The Rainbow Mountain’ in Peru.


Socotra Island in Yemen

Tassali n’Ajjer, Algeria

Mount Roraima, located in the Venezuelan Amazonas

Reynisfjara Beach, Iceland

Marble Caves, Chile

Bentonite Hills, Utah

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