Gold, Diamonds, Rubies, Silver, Coins, Ancient Text or rare artifacts are precious treasures, but have you ever taken the time to look at some of the most fantastic treasures on the earth that are absolutely free? Treasure Hunting, just in terms of getting outdoors, or even digging deep into research is a mind freeing exercise.
Getting outdoors and hunting history has a valuable payoff of fantastic treasures, in the visual and spiritual sense both. Below are some of the most amazing – and absolutely free – treasures to feast your soul upon in this world! So feed your soul, feed your dreams and at the worst case, add a few more places to your “personal bucket list”.
Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia – The salt flat is so reflective, it’s used to calibrate satellites. During the rainy season, the world’s largest salt flat becomes the world’s largest mirror. The Salar was born when several prehistoric lakes merged into one.
Tianzi Mountains, China – You have seen these before -they were used in James Cameron’s “Avatar.” Formed underwater 380 million years ago, the flow destroyed surrounding sandstone, leaving only resilient stone pillars. Some of the columns have reached over 4,000 feet above sea level.
Reed Flute Caves, China – This 240-meter-long cave system. Massive multicolored stalactites, stalagmites and pillars were all created through water erosion.
Skaftafell Ice Cave, Iceland – temporary structures that form at the edge of glaciers when flowing water melts a hole into glaciers. Due to the tightly packed nature of the ice there are very few air bubbles and absorbs all light except for blue, giving the ice its unique color.
Fly Geyser, Nevada – Fly Geyser was accidentally created when a well was drilled and left uncapped. Minerals and algae started to rise from the geyser and accumulated to form an alien-like mound.
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