JAN 28, 2020 AT 01:51 PM
11. Tree River, Iceland
Iceland is famous for its many natural wonders. The Tree River resembles massive branches pouring into the sea. This is caused by a special type of clay that turns brown and thick when dissolved into the water. Because this water is heavier than seawater, it forms stunning rivulets resembling a tree.
12. Reflection Canyon, Utah, USA
Utah offers some of the most stunning scenery in the world. Reflection Canyon is one such gem. At 15.7 miles long, it's a gorgeous landscape of colorful, sculpted canyons reflected in the pristine water. It also boasts one of the most dangerous tourist trails in the country. There are no roads, so access is only by boat or helicopter.