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There’s so much beauty in the world – natural and man-made. Here in this Avanti Insurance UK Review, we are going to discuss some truly special places around the world that you might not have known even existed.
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Sculptured Rocks, New Hampshire
Subtly carved over thousands of years by the Cockermouth River in Hebron, New Hampshire the curiously-shaped Sculptured Rocks. Testament to the might of water and the beauty of organic shapes, they are the hidden gem of nature walks in the area. It’s a tricky walk, so make sure to wear sturdy and grippy shoes and take care.
Cenote Ik-Kil, Mexico
Any visit to Cenote Ik-Kil will have you question if magic is, in fact, real and that you were wrong to doubt Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy. There’s something about how the light refracts through the waterfalls and bounces off the hanging vines, 130 feet under the surface of Xcalacoop in the Yucatán Peninsula. You can make your way down the winding steps toward the water.
Vulcan Point, Philippines
Just over 30 miles south of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is perhaps the largest naturally occurring ‘nesting doll’ in the world. In the Pacific Ocean, in the Philippines archipelago, on the island of Luzon, inside Taal Lake, on top of Taal Volcano, is a caldera filled with water from the lake below, where you can find Vulcan Point. The location is of great interest to tourists because of the unique ‘third-order island’ atop the vicious volcano, despite the dangers.
Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland
Named in honor of the local legend of Irish giant Fionn mac Cumhaill, Giant’s Causeway is a collection of over 40,000 hexagonal columns. Formed between 23 and 65 million years ago, when Northern Ireland was a hotbed of volcanic activity. The Causeway is popular among tourists, but is definitely worth the visit – it’s one of only a handful of formations like this in the world.
Chudnite Skali (Wonderful Rocks), Bulgaria
This aptly-named rock formation in Asparuhovo, Bulgaria might look more at home in a fantasy novel than on the shore of a dam in the Tsonevo Reservoir. The opposite shore is the best place to view these Wonderful Rocks, although it is possible to get up close and personal. It’s pretty remote though, so transport is limited.
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