The Racetrack Playa, or The Racetrack, is a scenic dry lake feature with â€œsliding stonesâ€ that leave linear â€œracetrackâ€ imprints. It is located above the northwestern side of Death Valley in California.Â The stones move around though no one is quite sure how.
The Island of Socotra in Yemen resembles someplace youâ€™d expect to see aliens living in.Â One of a handful of strange looking plants, the Dragonâ€™s Blood Tree looks like broccoli and itâ€™s resin is dark red.
The Chocolate Hills, Philippines
In the Philippines, on the island of Bohol you will find hundreds of limestone â€œdomesâ€ closely grouped together.Â The domes are covered in grass that turns brown in the dry season hence the name â€œThe Chocolate Hillsâ€ and a local legend claims that they were formed when giant buffalo ate too much.Â There are numerous other legends surrounding their formation as well.
Great Blue Hole, Belize
The Great Blue Hole is a giant sinkhole off the coast of Belize that is around 1,000 feet across and more than 400 feet deep.Â It looks like something out of a sci-fi movie, but itâ€™s not a black hole or anything and is considered one of the best scuba diving sites in the world.
Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah
Located west of the Great Salt Lake, the Bonneville Salt Flats are a 30,000 acre area that has a layer of salt on it up to 5 feet thick in some places.Â Estimates say the area contains 147 million tons of salt.
Have you ever been to any of these weird world wonders?Â Which one would you most like to visit?