The Bolivian Altiplano is home to the biggest salt flat in the world at 4,000 square miles. During the dry season, the infinite white salt tiles shine brightly against the blue sky. However, the consistent rainfall that occurs between December and April causes the lake to reflect the sky above it. Salar de Uyuni is, at any time of year, one of the world’s most fascinating natural wonders.
The Guatemalan Lake of Atitlán
Yoga enthusiasts may find paradise in Lake Atitlán in the Sierra Madres, where they can also learn about Indigenous culture. By boat, you may go across the beautiful crater lake, where you can then visit other pueblos, peruse local markets for Mayan handicrafts, and spend the night in a treehouse.
Locale: Le Morne Brabant, Mauritius
The picture is breathtaking, with a massive basaltic mountain looming above a turquoise lagoon in the middle of the Indian Ocean. When seen from above, the sand and silt in the area phrazle create an optical illusion that seems like a huge cascade cascading down the depths of the ocean. People who escaped slavery in the 18th and early 19th centuries found refuge in Le Morne because of its remote location and difficulty of access.
Maine’s Acadia National Park
Acadia is an untamed land of sea, stone, and forest, with rocky shores covered in mist and conifer-cloaked mountains. In New England’s lone national park, visitors come to hike, fish, climb, camp, and feel like they’ve reached the end of the world.
Botswana’s Okavango Delta
The Okavango is the world’s biggest inland delta, a massive system of twisting rivers and lagoons that attract a wide variety of wildlife. One of the best things a nature lover can do on a vacation is to take a mokoro (traditional canoe) along a river filled with reeds in search of wildlife like hippos, leopards, and elephants.