9. Canyonlands National Park is located near the city of Moab in the eastern Utah and it covers over 1,366 km2. Canyonlands is divided into three major districts (by the Colorado River and the Green River): the Island in the Sky, the Maze and the Needles. Although the areas share the same tough weather conditions, every district preserves its own characteristics and amazing landscapes. Whether we are talking about unusual rock formations, rivers powerfully splitting the earth in half, imposing cliffs or wild sights painted by a beautiful sunset, Canyonlands is a lifetime experience.
The Gate to Hell is a natural crater located in the Karakum desert, around 260 km away from Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan, Asia. The landmark is also known as Derweze (Turkish for “the gate”) or Darvaza, which is also the name of the near-by village.
The Banaue Rice Terraces are ancient sprawling man-made structures said to date back 2000 to 6000 years, that were carved into the Ifugao in Cordillera Mountains in the Philippines by ancestors of the indigenous people.