What number of these 39 natural wonders of the world have you been to?

The New7Wonders list 

In 2000, the New7Wonders Foundation (evidently still on a millenium-actuated high that made them think spaces between words were never again significant) chose to reboot the Seven Wonders idea so the spots on the rundown were in reality as yet standing. The rundown was picked by means of phone survey, so it's not really logical (as though there could be a wonder such as this), yet it was mainstream enough that they chosen in 2007 to do it again for the "New7Wonders of Nature." Here's their last rundown:

The Amazon River and Rainforest 

The Amazon rainforest covers 2,100,000 square miles, extends more than 9 nations, and is the biggest and most biodiverse woods on the planet. One out of ten known species on the planet lives here, establishing the biggest gathering of living plants and creature species on the planet. With respect to the stream, it's the longest and the biggest by release of water on the planet — a normal of around 7,400,000 cubic feet for each second! 

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Jeju Island 

Jeju Island is a volcanic island and area of South Korea that sits toward the south of the promontory, between South Korea and Japan. The World Heritage Site Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes is here — it incorporates the Manjang cavern, which with in excess of 5 miles in length is one of the longest magma burrows on the planet. A little piece of this cavern is open for voyagers. 


Ha Long Bay 

Ha Long Bay in northern Vietnam is a well known traveler goal on account of its lovely limestone karsts and its gliding angling town. The scene shaped by its 1,600-2,000 islands and islets, a large portion of them uninhabited, is simply terrific. On account of these unordinary landforms, a significant number of them still unaffected by a human nearness, the territory turned into an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. 


Iguazu Falls 

The well known Iguazu Falls straddle the Iguazu River on the fringe among Argentina and Brazil. Their name, Iguazu, implies in Guarani "enormous water", and it appears to be proper — made of 275 cascades, they're the biggest cascades framework on the planet. The tallest of these cascades, where roughly 50% of the's stream falls into, is known as the Devil's Throat — a long, tight, U-molded gorge whose loud stable guests always remember. 

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Puerto Princesa Underground River 

The Puerto Princesa Underground River is on the Philippine Island of Palawan and leads into a cavern that you can take pontoon visits through. It was noteworthy enough as it was yet in 2010 a gathering of earthy people found the stream has a subsequent floor, so there are little cascades inside the cavern. As the stream develops straightforwardly into the ocean, its lower segment is liable to tidal impacts. 

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Komodo Island 

Komodo Island is a piece of the Indonesian Archipelago and is acclaimed for being the home of the Komodo winged serpent. Its history additionally makes it an extraordinary spot — its occupants (around 2,000) are said to be relatives of previous convicts who were ousted to the island in the nineteenth century by a sultan in Sumbawa. Aside from wondering about the Komodo mythical serpent, you can likewise visit the Pink Sand Beach, one of the world's best goals for swimming and plunging. 

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Table Mountain 

Table Mountain is the celebrated milestone that towers over Cape Town, South Africa. There are some extraordinary perspectives on the city from the top (available through climbing trail and cableway). Its principle highlight is the level around 2 miles from side to side, edged by amazing bluffs. It's likewise a cool spot to rehearse some cloud viewing — from a far distance – , as the level is regularly secured by the well known tablecloth mists. 

The CNN list 

In spite of the fact that it torments me to give any credit to CNN at all, this rundown sits somewhat preferred with me over the voter-impacted New7Wonders adaptation — I can't get behind a rundown that does exclude the Grand Canyon or the Great Barrier Reef. Once more, this is in no way, shape or form definitive or logical, however here's the CNN list: 

The Great Barrier Reef 

Australia's renowned, colossal obstruction reef is tragically in danger of being pulverized by environmental change, overfishing, and the travel industry — coral dying is more across the board than recently suspected, and researchers have conceded this incredible miracle is at terminal stage. A dismal end to the world's greatest single structure made by living creatures. 

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The Grand Canyon 

The well known, monstrous ravine sliced by the Colorado River through Arizona is one of only a handful couple of marvels that has a place on each emphasis of this rundown. At 277 miles in length, up to 18 miles wide and achieving a profundity of over a mile, it's not the longest nor the steepest ravine on the planet, yet its general scale joined with the delightfully hued scene make it a characteristic marvel. The Colorado River has been cutting this gorge through the span of, as per a few investigations, 5 to 6 million years. 

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Harbor of Rio de Janeiro 

Brazil's most well known city fills in the spaces between the encompassing mountains and the sea, making it one of the most excellent urban areas on Earth. Or more everything, it's looked out for by the Christ the Redeemer statue — one of the consistently refered to artificial marvels of the world. 

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Mount Everest 

Its pinnacle is 29,029 feet above ocean level, or possibly it was. Nepal's seismic tremor in 2015 is accepted to have cut the mountain's tallness, so India and Nepal are going to quantify it over again. For checking these, on the off chance that you've seen Mount Everest (in the Himalayas on the fringe of Nepal and Tibet), you've been to it. You don't must have made it to the summit. 



The (aurora borealis or "Aurora Borealis" in the north, aurora australis in the south), is brought about by the crash of sun oriented breezes with Earth's magnetospheres, and can be seen from practically anyplace inside specific scopes, contingent upon the perceivability and seriousness of the geomagnetic storms. 

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Victoria Falls 

Victoria Falls — on the Zambezi River among Zimbabwe and Zambia — are the biggest cascades by volume on the planet (5,604 ft wide and 354 ft high). Their neighborhood name in Tokaleya Tonga is Mosi-oa-Tunya, which truly signifies 'the smoke that roars' and gives an ideal clarification of what you'll feel on the off chance that you draw near to it. 

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Paricutin Volcano 

The Paricutin Volcano jumps on most records only for the sheer oddness of its history. It was a cornfield in 1943, and afterward, in the range of a year, developed to a tallness of 1,102 feet. The towns around it are covered in magma, and just a belltower extends from the stone. 

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The other participants 

Once more, the rundowns above are in no way, shape or form authoritative, and the world's unreasonably huge and superb to confine the picked marvels to seven. Additionally, there are some glaring oversights: No Yellowstone? No Sahara? A portion of the postings feel progressively like the aftereffect of high-weight the travel industry crusades than the real best things the regular world brings to the table. So it merits our opportunity to go into a portion of the ones that are excluded in the finalist records, yet ought to be considered "ponders" in any case. Here they are, barring the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon, which we've officially secured: 

Bu Tinah shores 

Bu Tinah, off the shore of Abu Dhabi, is a coral archipelago that is completely shut to general society. In that capacity, it's the one you're the to the least extent liable to have been to on this rundown. Its flourishing territory is a novel living lab, of key essentialness for environmental change look into. This particular regular living space with its shallow waters, seagrass beds, and tall mangroves, set in the midst of broad coral reefs, has uncommon and all inclusive jeopardized marine life. 

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The Dead Sea 

The Dead Sea, on the fringe of Jordan and Israel, is perhaps the saltiest waterway on the planet. So salty that you can broadly glide in it, and that no plainly visible life forms can make due in it. It was one of the world's first wellbeing resorts (for Herod the Great), and it has been the provider of a wide assortment of items, from black-top for Egyptian preservation to potash for manures. Be that as it may, it's subsiding at a disturbing rate. 


Jeita Grotto 

The Jeita Grotto is a progression of collapses Lebanon that was occupied in ancient occasions and is currently a noteworthy social image of the country. They were occupied in Prehistoric occasions, however right currently must be visited by vessel — they channel an underground stream which gives drinking water to in excess of a million Lebanese. 

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Kilimanjaro is Africa's tallest mountain, and — as it's a lethargic spring of gushing lava — is the tallest unsupported mountain on the planet. Since Hans Meyer and Ludwig Purtscheller achieved its summit in 1889, it has remained a prominent climbing goal. It has likewise been the subject of numerous logical examinations in light of its contracting ice sheets. 


Masurian Lake District 

This well-associated arrangement of lakes (with more than 2,000) in Poland is a famous European get-away spot. Associated by streams and trenches, the lakes structure a broad arrangement of conduit encompassed by huge backwoods and noteworthy towns. It's an extraordinary goal in the event that you like water sports like cruising or windsurfing, or different exercises, for example, climbing, angling or kayaking. 



The Sundarbans — for the most part in Bangladesh, however halfway in India — is the world's biggest tidal mangrove woods, and is popular for being one of the biggest Bengal Tiger saves. An UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987, the Sundarbans covers 3,900 square miles and home to a wide scope of wild fauna, including 260 fowl species and other undermined species, for example, the estuarine crocodile and the Indian python. 

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Praise to the Maldives for getting their whole nation on the rundown. The Maldives are a progression of coral atolls in the Indian Ocean, and, if environmental change raises ocean levels by even a smidgen, they will never again exist — the country's most elevated point is just 7 feet and 10 crawls off the water (it's the world's least nation). Its waters are home to a few environments, including an assortment, 187 animal groups, of lively coral reefs. This region of the Indian Ocean, alone, houses 1100 types of fish, 5 types of ocean turtles, 21 types of whales and dolphins, 400 types of mollusks, and 83 types of echinoderms. 

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Heavenly attendant Falls 

The world's tallest continuous cascade (at 3,212 feet) is in the wildernesses of Venezuela. They were not known to the outside world until American pilot Jimmie Angel, following headings given by the wayfarer Fèlix Cardona who had seen the cascade six years prior, flew over them on 16 November 1933 on a flight. The falls are named after him. 

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Cove of Fundy 

Canada's Bay of Fundy is renowned for having the most noteworthy tidal ranges on the planet, with a limit of an inconceivable 71 feet. It's likewise a prominent whale-watching goal — 12 types of whales, including the uncommon Right Whale, call the Bay of Fundy home each mid year and fall. 

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The Black Forest 

Germany's renowned Black Forest jumps on this rundown for their ham alone. Thick and dim, the woods is home to the cuckoo clock, enchanting little towns, and fantasy mansions. It's likewise where Hansel and Gretel had their experience with the witch and where Little Red Riding Hood was trailed by the wolf. 

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The Cliffs of Moher 

Western Ireland's Cliffs of Moher are one of the nation's most prevalent visitor goals. 

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El Yunque 

El Yunque is the main tropical rainforest in the US National Forest System — think that its only a short drive east of San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

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The Galapagos Islands 

The Galapagos Islands are maybe most acclaimed for their organic decent variety, which educated Charles Darwin's earth shattering hypothesis regarding development by normal determination. 

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The Matterhorn, among Italy and Switzerland, is viewed as one of the most troublesome mountains to move on the planet. 

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Milford Sound 

This sound on New Zealand's South Island was designated "the eighth marvel of the world" by Rudyard Kipling. 

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Mud volcanoes of Azerbaijan 

Azerbaijan has the most mud volcanoes on the planet. So they have that going for them, which is pleasant. 

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Australia's Uluru (or "Ayer's Rock"), is likely the landmass' most conspicuous normal symbol. You're no uncertainty acquainted with its structure as observed from ground level, so appreciate the aeronautical shot above. 

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As noteworthy as the Italian well of lava Vesuvius itself (close Naples) is its rough history, which incorporated the pulverization and covering of Pompeii in 79 AD. 

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Yushan is Taiwan's tallest mountain, and is encompassed by a flawless national park. (by means of) 

My picks 

There are a couple of evident decisions which didn't make any of the rundowns above, so I'm tossing them in myself. Hello, I'm the essayist. I have that control. 


Yellowstone clearly must be on here. The Yellowstone Caldera and National Park highlight the absolute most staggering scenes on the planet. Presented above is the Grand Prismatic Spring. 

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The Sahara Desert 

The Sahara is the world's most sweltering desert, and its biggest behind the polar deserts. It traverses 11 nations and a whole mainland. 

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Salar de Uyuni 

Bolivia's salt level (the world's biggest) is a most loved spot of movement picture takers. It's anything but difficult to perceive any reason why. 

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Pando ("The Trembling Giant") is a tree state in Utah that is really a solitary living being. It is both the heaviest thing living, at 6,600 tons, and is likewise perhaps the most seasoned living being, at 80,000 years of age. 

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The Giant's Causeway 

The Giant's Causeway is a gathering of basalt segments in Northern Ireland that are accepted to be around 50 million years of age. 

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The staggering sandstone mainstays of Zhangjiajie's Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area appears as though it has a place on Avatar's Pandora as opposed to Earth.

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