1. Mendenhall Ice Caves

The ice caves fit the bill. The caves exists because the glacier is melting and that means this place wont last long, enjoy it while you can.

                    

2.Salar De Uyuni – Bolivia

Solar De Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat, it is located in Bolivia. Solar De Uyuni comprises over 10,000km2 in the Potosi region. The salt is over 10 meters thick in the centre. In the dry season, the salt plains are a completely flat expanse of the dry salt, but in the wet season, it is covered with a thin sheet of water that is still drivable. The Starting tour point in Salar De Uyuni is Uyuni.

                    

3. Victoria, Australia

Victoria's history is epic, but couldn't be more accessible. The state's indigenous story serves as a subtext throughout, but it takes centre stage with rock art and creation stories at Gariwerd. Fast forward a few millennia, to Victoria's 19th-century gold rush, which left behind some of Australia's most atmospheric old towns, among them Ballarat, Castlemaine, Maldon, Kyneton, Walhalla and Beechworth. And the old Murray riverboat culture of Australia's pioneering days lives on in Mildura, Swan Hill and, especially, Echuca.Solar De Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat, it is located in Bolivia. Salar De Uyuni comprises over 10,000km² in the Potosi region. The salt is over 10 meters thick in the centre. In the dry season, the salt plains are a completely flat expanse of dry salt, but in the wet season, it is covered with a thin sheet of water that is still drivable. The Starting tour point in Salar De Uyuni is Uyuni.

                    

4. Whitehaven Beach, Australia

The crystal clear aqua waters and pristine silica sand of Whitehaven stretch over seven kilometres along Whitsunday Island , the largest of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays. It defines nature at its best and provides the greatest sense of relaxation and escape. Whitehaven Beach is a definite "must-see" in the Whitsundays.

                    

4. Lake Baikal, Russia

This is one of the world’s oldest and deepest freshwater lake, curves for nearly 400 miles through south-eastern Siberia, north of the Mongolian border.

                    

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