Iceland offers a landscape unlike any other. The Land of Fire and Ice includes picturesque craters, waterfalls, icebergs, caves, lava fields, and other natural phenomena that will leave you amazed. You will marvel at the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa that is located right in the heart of a lava field. Include the Seljalandsfoss falls in your itinerary, as they are one of the most photographed falls in the country. The water falls two hundred feet into a pool below, and the view from behind the cascade is phenomenal.
Explore the arid landscape of Namibia for an unforgettable experience. The country is so sparsely populated that you will discover vast stretches of land without any towns, trees, or stones. Namibia is the perfect location for a road trip; a glance out your window will show you wonders like the Sossusvlei red dunes and the Deadvlei salt pans, plus a wide diversity of wildlife.
What's not to like about Australia? Everyone knows that the country is home to the most unique and bizarre flora and fauna, not to mention lush rainforests and hard-baked deserts. Hire a car and ride down the Great Ocean road. You can also visit Ayers Rock, a 350-meter high sandstone mass. However, since it is regarded as a sacred site, climbing it would be disrespectful, not to mention dangerous. A five-hour drive south of Perth also hosts another lovely attraction, the William Bay, with crisp turquoise waters that are perfect for snorkeling.
Gros Morne is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that stretches almost 700 square miles and boasts unique natural beauty. It offers beautiful shorelines, dramatic cliffs, and unique geological features, such as the Tablelands, a mountain of flat-topped rock whose type should only be found deep in the earth's mantle. Here, you can kayak, camp, canoe, and hike.
Yellowstone is the hub of nature enthusiasts, and it is so famous that you may have to book many months in advance to set up camp in the park, especially in the months leading to summer. About three thousand bison roam Yellowstone National Park, and you can watch them on the wildlife safaris offered all year. You can also visit the geysers and hot springs situated in America's first National Park, tucked deep within Wyoming.