The 22 Most Unbelievable Naturally Colorful Places On Earth

These are 22 beautiful natural colorful places on Earth!
 

1. Valley of Flowers National Park, India

valley-flowersSource: hindutourism.comAlong the elevated slopes of the Western Himalayas, you’ll find endless meadows of alpine flowers. This section of park is also home to many rare animals, such as the Asiatic black bear, snow leopard, and blue sheep.

 

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4. The Great Barrier Reef, Australia

5Source: freeopinionist.comHome to over 1500 species of fish and 600 types of coral, the reef is a getaway for native Australians as well as travelers looking for the ultimate diving experience.

 

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6. Lavender fields in France

7Source: farm4.staticflickr.comThese lavender fields are just as fragrant as they are colorful. I can only imagine standing between the endless rows…

 

8. Braunwald, Switzerland

9Source: reddit.comThe dandelion fields with the backdrop of the Swiss Alps make for one spectacular view.

 

9. Red Sea Beach, China

10Source: imgur.comIn one of the biggest wetlands in the world, the highly alkaline soil allows the bright red suaeda plants to flourish.

 

11. Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, Wyoming

13Source: en.wikipedia.orgLocated in Yellowstone National park, it’s the third largest hot spring in the world, and definitely the most colorful.

 

16. Pamukkale, Turkey

19Source: turizmhaberleri.comThe hot springs in the travertine terraces of Pamukkale are a major tourist attraction in Turkey and have been a calming escape for natives and travelers for thousands of years.

 

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18. Hokkaido, Japan

21Source: i1090.photobucket.comThe Rainbow Field in Japan is a beautiful rolling hill full of neatly planted rows of multicolored flowers. It looks like something out of a Disney movie…

 

19. Vermont in Autumn

22Source: upload.wikimedia.orgThe fall foliage in Vermont completely changes the Green Mountain State into layers upon layers of brightly colored forest.

 

Any of these destinations would be a dream come true for a nature lover. I think I have some new entries for my bucket list…

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