Where to Find the Most Colorful Natural Wonders Around the World
Travel makes life more colorful.
Whether you’re sampling new dishes or picking up crafts at an artisan market, venturing into the wild unknown brings new sights and new colors to your life. But no matter how colorful these human endeavors may be, they are no match for the artistic hand of Mother Nature.
The world’s most beautiful natural canvases are often a result of the perfect combination of location, temperature and some mysterious ingredient. Unusual salt deposits can make you see a lake through rose-colored glasses; perfectly planted flowers can transform a field into a vivacious work of art; algae can turn a hot spring into a rainbow pool.
From the mystical Rainbow Mountains in Peru and China to endless stretches of White Sands in New Mexico, these are some of the most spectacular natural wonders around the world to travel in full color.
Don’t forget your camera.
Marble Cave, Chile
White Sands National Monument, New Mexico
New Mexico’s 275 square miles of white sand is a stunning place to visit to be surrounded by white. The white color is gypsum crystals and the desert is considered to be the world’s largest gypsum dunefield.