The Best Natural Wonders in the World | #MacroTraveller

We are used to hearing about the 7 wonders of the world. And we also started to hear about the 7 new wonders of the world. That is, those that belong to the modern world. But if we propose it, we can also find many natural wonders that are scattered around the planet. Do you want to know the most beautiful natural places on the planet? All of them will leave you fascinated.

Nature is magical, that is clear. And it gives us incredible and unforgettable prints for those who have the pleasure of contemplating them from close range. It is one of those beautiful natural places that we are going to talk about next. At least, we will talk about 5 of them … although we left in the inkwell and for another occasion two: The Table Mountain and the National Park of the underground river of Puerto Princesa with which of all you stay?


The Amazon is the largest tropical forest on the planet and is distributed in no more and no less than 8 countries: Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Guyana, Venezuela, and Suriname. Given its size, it is also one of the places in the world where the greatest biodiversity is concentrated. And, of course, it also hides indigenous peoples.

Ha-Long Bay 

Located north of Vietnam, this bay was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994 and natural wonder in 2011. It is a body of water of approximately 1500 square kilometres that occupies nothing more and nothing less than 120 kilometres of coastline. And, of course, it’s fascinating.


To find this other wonder we have to go to Indonesia because Komodo is an island in this Asian country. Known for being the place where the Komodo dragons are, this beautiful corner – or rather its inhabitants – survives thanks to the fishing and the activities that take place in the Komodo National Park.

Iguazu Falls 

Located between Argentina and Brazil, are these cataracts considered one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. Formed by 275 waterfalls, its dimensions are impressive. In addition, the height of these is 80 meters. But the most remarkable jump has its own name: Garganta del Diablo. It is impressive to visit it crossing the footbridges that leave from Puerto Canoas.

Jeju Island 

Jeju Island is an autonomous province of South Korea. Why is it considered a wonder? Because it is of volcanic origin and is presided by Mount Halla, an extinct volcano that rises 1950 meters above sea level.



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