The beautiful colors of the Marble Caves in Chile change as water levels go up and down.
The Marble Caves: Shutterstock/Wata51
The Marble Caves is located in Patagonia on Lake General Carrera. Chile’s Marble Caves were created more than 6,000 years ago by waves.
Masazir Lake in Azerbaijan has a pink color that’s strongest in the summer.
Masazir Lake: Ramin Hasanalizade/Shutterstock
The beautiful Masazir Lake, which looks pink, gets its color from microorganisms called halophiles.
Waitomo Glowworm Caves in New Zealand houses thousands of glow worms
Waitomo Glowworm Caves, New Zealand: Criskorah/Shutterstock
Since 1889, the Waitomo Glowworm Caves have been open. Visitors silently glide through the caves by gondola.
Located in the Indian Ocean, the island of Socotra has plant life that you cannot find anywhere else on earth.
Socotra Island, Yemen: Oleg Znamenskiy/Shutterstock
This is a picture of the Dragon’s Blood tree. It is one of the more notable species on the island.
Lake Hillier in Australia is a mystery
Lake Hillier, Australia: Matteo_it/Shutterstock
The Lake Hillier located in Australia looks like pink bubble gum. No one really knows why it’s so pink.
The Spotted Lake in British Columbia, Canada, has a pretty cool pattern of spots.
Spotted Lake: Roshan_NG/Shutterstock
The Spotted Lake has patterns that look really cool, which is caused by magnesium, sulfate, calcium, and sodium sulfates.
Wouldn’t we all just love to visit every one of these beautiful places? Well, guess what? We should.