Ready for part II? Planet Earth is enormous, containing seven continents with land surface area of 29.2% and over 70% area covered with water. High mountains, rivers, glaciers, deserts, lush rainforests and untouched far away places still waiting to be explored. Beauty of these impressive and unbelievable places is truly remarkable.
Check out 10 Most Unbelievable Places That Really Exist Part II.

10 – Seljalandsfoss Waterfall in Iceland

Seljalandsfoss

Seljalandsfoss


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Seljalandsfoss Waterfall is one of the highest falls in Iceland. This amazing waterfall allows a unique, breathtaking perspective. If you follow a footpath at the bottom of the cliff, you can walk behind the famous waterfall, without getting wet.

09 – Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan

Wisteria Flower Tunnel

Wisteria Flower Tunnel


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It’s really impossible to walk through the pastel-colored passageway of wisteria flowers at the Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan, without imagining an elegant fairy princess and her one-horned white steed prancing alongside you.

08 – Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni

Salar de Uyuni


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Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, ‘the world’s largest salt flats’ is an other-worldly experience that has to be seen to be believed. It is over twelve thousand square kilometers in area.

07 – Canola Flower Fields in China

Canola Flower Fields

Canola Flower Fields


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The canola flower fields in China are one of the world’s beautiful sight’s in small Luoping. Vast farmlands get covered in golden, yellow rapeseed flowers stretching as far as the eyes can see, all the way to the horizon

06 – Mount Roraima in South America

Mount Roraima

Mount Roraima


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Mount Roraima is one of the oldest mountain formations on Earth, a natural border between Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana in South America. It is also called Roraima Tepui or Cerro Roraima.

05 – Glacier National Park in Montana

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park


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Glacier National Park is the center of one of the largest and most intact ecosystems in North America. The views from the cliff-strewn Going-to-the-Sun Road over the Continental Divide make a visit worthwhile, but the experience from inside a car or one of the Park’s famous Red Jammer buses is just the tip of the icefield.

04 – Mount Emei Scenic Area: Leshan Giant Buddha in China

Leshan Giant Buddha

Leshan Giant Buddha


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Mount Emei is called the “mountain of brightness” in Buddhism. The legend goes that the Guangxiang Temple on the mountain top was where the goddess of benevolence performed Buddhist rituals, thus making it one of the four famous sacred mountains of Buddhism in China.

03 – Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver in British Columbia

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Capilano Suspension Bridge


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Originally built in 1889 by pioneer George Grant Mackay, Capilano Suspension Bridge is situated in a thriving west coast rain forest that is full of creepy crawlies, nature trails and large evergreens.

02 – Green Fly Geyser in Nevada, USA

Green Fly Geyser

Green Fly Geyser


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The Geyser is not an entirely natural phenomenon, and was accidentally created in 1916 during well drilling. Dissolved minerals started rising and piling up, creating the mount on which the geyser sits, offering an eerie, out-of-the-world sight. The geyser is made up of a series of different minerals, which gives it its magnificent coloration.

01 – Pongua Falls in Vietnam

Pongua Falls

Pongua Falls


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Located in a mountain range more than 50 kilometers from Dalat, Pongua water fall is as high as 40 meters. From that height water falls down to a big lake below producing great noise the echo of which can be heard far from the fall.
Don’t forget to check out 10 Most Unbelievable Places That Really Exist Part I here.