Below is a list of the 12 most amazing wonders in the natural world that God created for us. Sure, there are other natural wonders to see, but these 12 are especially breathtaking. God truly gave us an amazing gift!


1. The Great Dune Of Pyla In France


The Great Dune is the tallest sand dune in Europe... and it seemingly comes out of nowhere! Although it looks completely fat, this dune is actually 108 meters above sea level.



2. Mount Roraima In South America


This square-looking mountain stretches out over the countries of Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana. It looks almost as if you could touch the heavens if you stood on top...


3. The Badlands National Park In Interior, South Dakota


Badlands National Park is a spectacular display of natural wonder, located right at home in the United States! Most people go see the Grand Canyon or Redwood forest, but the Badlands are worth a visit.


4. The Stone Forest In Madagascar


What you see below are limestone "needles" in the Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve in Madagascar. It's almost unbelievable that this is a place on Earth and not some alien planet.


5. Antelope Canyon In Arizona


Antelope Canyon gets such a smooth appearance from natural weathering and erosion during the rainy season. This is a picture you wish you could just reach out and touch!


6. The Olympic National Park In Washington


The Olympic National Park is made up of nearly one million acres of God's creation. Almost anywhere you look, you see beauty. How we wish we were there!


7. The Triple Waterfall Of Baatara Gorge In Lebanon


The triple waterfall is also known as the "Cave of Three Bridges." This unique waterfall has worked its way through three different levels of a cave structure, creating the most unique sight.


8. Godafoss Waterfall In Iceland


Iceland is full of many natural wonders, it is a cold and wild place that God seemingly crafted out of sea and ice. Waterfalls are very common, but Godafoss waterfall is one of the largest, most beautiful in the country.



9. The Great Blue Hole In Belize


The Great Blue Hole is what is known as a submarine sinkhole. These are created when carbonate rocks dissolve or after suffosion... and this massive hole was supposed formed over 153,000 years ago - it's hard to believe that this happened so long ago!



10. The Marble Caves In Chile


There are many wonderful caves in Patagonia, but this network of caves is one of the most intricate and beautiful. The water is so clear and the colors in the caves are truly inspiring.



11. Perito Moreno Glacier In Argentina


This glacier covers over 97 square miles and is located in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. It's hard to believe just how large this is until you're standing right next to it...


12. The Blue Tunnel In Antarctica


This tunnel is hidden away in the middle of ice, but if you are lucky enough to find it, it seems like a passageway to heaven. Being able to see this wonderful piece of nature would be truly amazing...