Have you ever dreamed of traveling to the moon? Now you don’t have to be an astronaut or wait several decades! There are also amazing places on Earth that look like from the “Interstellar” movie.
Bardenas Reales in Spain is a unique UNESCO biosphere reserve. It covers an area of approximately 42,000 ha. As befits a semi-arid area, there are no plants there. Small deep rivers run through deep gorges, flowing only during periods of rapid rainfall. The collected water later lies on the vast plains, creating shallow, extensive lakes to return to the atmosphere under the influence of summer drought. They can be visited in a variety of ways: on foot, by bike, on horseback and even by renting a segway. Located in the Navarra region in the north of Spain, the nearest airport is in Bilbao.
The Bisti Desert, located in northwestern New Mexico, is still known only to a few, which gives it an even more extraterrestial character.
Bisti Badlands is a place where forces of nature formed phenomenal rock formations. The landscape is formed by irregular waves of multi-colored sandstone and slate. High rock towers with tiny labyrinths were created by water, creating unimaginable shapes. To fly to this mysterious place, you must buy tickets to Las Vegas.
The Fish River Canyon in Namibia was founded 650 million years ago. It is absolutely gigantic, it stretches 161 km for a long time, its width is up to 27 meters, and the height is over half a kilometer! His irregular sculpture is due to the drying of the Fish River. It is the second largest canyon. Its bottom was used to create a great trekking route that reaches 90 km in length. In addition to interesting vegetation, you can also find here a lot of animals including leopards, mountain zebras, baboons, squirrels and goats.
In addition to these three amazing locations, there are many more places on earth that will surprise even the most demanding travelers. These places are distinguished by the fact that their uniqueness and cosmic appearance can be attributed only to the actions of nature.