20 Impressive Cave Shots

These natural underground spaces have captured the imagination and curiosity of humans for centuries. Some ancient cultures think of them as the entrance to the underworld, some other like their god’s home and a couple more see them as sacred places. They are not only interesting and great places to visit for adventurers, a lot of them are gorgeous.

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20 Photos of Stunning Natural Beauties of Latin America

Latin America is a group of countries on the American Continent that go from Mexico, down to Tierra del Fuego, including the islands of the Caribbean. They are known for the colorful cultures and friendly people that live in them. It has tons of beautiful natural scenarios that will take your breath away.

1. Moonbow in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil

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2. Orinoco, Venezuela

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3. Andes, Chile

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4. The Amazon, Brazil

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5. El Calafate, Argentina

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6. Galapagos, Ecuador

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7. Lake Titicaca, Peru

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8. Atacama Desert, Chile

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9. Tierra del Fuego

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10. San Andres, Colombia

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11. Cenote in Mexico

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12. Blue Hole, Belize

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13. Semuc Champey, Guatemala

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14. Roatan, Honduras

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15. El Imposible National Park, El Salvador

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16. Ometepe, Nicaragua

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17. Tortuguero, Costa Rica

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18. El Palmar, Panama

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19. Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica

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20. Varadero, Cuba

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Favored by Mother Nature the Floating Hallelujah Mountains in Zhangjiajie China

There is a place in China where your breath will be taken away for hours. You will feel like being inside the Avatar movie surrounded by fantastic Pandora world and floating mountains. This place is called Zhangjiajie and it is located in Hunan province, China.

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Zhangjiajie is famous for its stunning mountains where the American blockbuster Avatar was filmed. If you have watched the movie, you should be able to imagine the beauty of this place. Nevertheless, watching a movie and experiencing it yourself in real life are two different things. Once you stand in front of the floating mountains you will be knocked out by its power of beauty.

When it gets foggy the mountains look like they were slowly floating in the air and then falling to the ground. Don’t worry, no mountain will fall on your head, and there are no flying monsters, the rocks stand solid on the ground.

You can see this World Heritage Site in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. It takes approximately 3 days to fully explore the area without missing anything important.

The heights will leave you speechless, walkways on vertical cliffs built 800 meters above the ground. Thankfully you won’t have to climb it, there are cable cars, which connect the town with the mountain range. Chinese claim it’s the longest one in the world.

At one point you can find yourself walking on the glass so look down, if you dare!

My first time in Zhangjiajie was unforgettable. I knew about the movie, but never expected this could be real. After spending there 3 amazing days with my Chinese friends I fell in love with the park and the scenery. You can follow her travels on etramping.com.

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SONY DSCAgness is a Polish vagabond who, after graduation, left her comfort zone and set off for a journey of her lifetime to China in 2011. She has been constantly travelling the world since then (slowly, but surely as she says), living like a local for less than $25 a day. She became a passionate photographer and adventure blogger sharing her life enthusiasm and travel experience with everyone around. You can follow her tavels on etramping.com.

Waianapanapa coast in Maui

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