30 Natural Wonders Around the World

Jacky Haung

From bright blue icebergs in Chile to flooded salt flats in Bolivia, the Earth is filled with awe-inspiring wonders that boggle the human mind.

Denys Nevozhai

The Great Barrier Reef is larger than the Great Wall of China and the only living structure on the globe visible from space.

Great Barrier Reef


Mannu Moreno

The Iguazu Falls, brushing up against the borders of Argentina and Brazil, boast the world’s largest curtain waterfall—Devil’s Throat.

Iguazu Falls


Sasha Lantukh

The Jeita Grotto in the Nahr al-Kalb valley, consists of two interconnected limestone caves. To view the lower grotto, visitors must take the cave’s underground river by boat.

Jeita Grotto


John Feiber

Legends claim that the cinder cone volcano rose out a local farmer’s cornfield, and over its nine-year eruption period from 1943 to 1952, grew to its present-day.

Paricutín Volcano


Jezael Melgoza

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Gary Cacciatore