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Reed Flute Cave, Guangxi, China

Exploring the park is a deep dive into a surreal world of natural wonders. Among the towering, pointy limestone spires, visitors can venture into a dazzling labyrinth. Roughly textured rock sculptures that defy the imagination are revealed at every turn in a journey through nature at its most extraordinary.



Reed Flute Cave, Guangxi, China

Entering the abyss of this majestic cave, with its intricate network of passages and chambers, travelers are greeted by stalactites and stalagmites illuminated by lights that transform them into a dreamlike landscape of shades of emerald, amethyst and gold reflected in the underground lakes. Every nook and cranny is the result of millions of years of evolution.



Mont Saint-Michel, France

Rising from the waters of the English Channel, Mont Saint-Michel is crowned by the medieval Gothic abbey of the same name, built in the 10th century. Its cobbled streets and winding staircases evoke the adventures of centuries past. When the tide rises and surrounds the hill, it becomes an island, adding a mystical aura to this Unesco World Heritage Site.



Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA

It is a unique underground exploration experience through its rock formations and narrow crevices that glisten in the sunlight, creating an amazing spectacle. You can walk through its narrow corridors and admire the colorful sandstone walls sculpted by thousands of years of erosion, making it a special destination for photography lovers.




Text: Sandra Maldonado ± Photo: WP, Adrt, Imgix, Pinimg