Despite being one of the most known features in the world, the play of colours never ceases to surprise the beholder. One of the best places to see the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights is Trmoso in Norway.
This hard-to-beat picturesque lake is located in the Silvaplana village in the Swiss Alps.
The vivid blue pools created by the natural waterfalls is a favourite with intrepid swimmers despite the frigid water. Located in the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
Located within the Jiuzhaigou National Park in southwest China, the Five Flower Lake is known for its amazing colour palette. The water of the lake is so clear that you can see right down to the bed and the play of colours reflected in the water.
The vivid colouration resembles the dispersal of white light through a prism and hence the name. The largest hot spring in the United States, it is located in the Yellowstone National Park.
Molten lava cascades down like a river of fire at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home to the summits of two of the world's most active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa.
Often referred to as the ‘Oasis of America, this village in south-western Peru is built around a natural desert lake and is surrounded by sand dunes.
Unless you are a hardy and experienced hiker, it is best to catch a glimpse of this canyon from a boat or a plane.
Visitors can walk behind the waterfall to the cave behind. Located in Iceland, this waterfall has featured in music videos, films and an American reality show.
A pool reflects the Horns of the Paine Massif in the Chilean Patagonia.
The highest waterfall in Turkey, it falls from a height of 48 metre into the Tortum Lake. April-June is the best to see the waterfall in its full glory.