The Best of Mother Nature

Netanya Trimboli

These are some of my favorite spots around the world to experience natural wonders. #seekerchallenge

  • Mauna Kea in Hawaii, United States

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      The top of this volcano is truly a striking experience. You can experience snow in the middle of Hawaii. You can watch the sun set beneath you. And you can use the telescopes provided to get up close and personal with the stars.

  • Interlaken

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      The environment here is dramatic. Towering mountains, deep canyons, lush forests. Everything is larger than life and feels untouched.

  • Emerald Bay State Park in California, United States

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      When you pull up to this lookout, you'll see a lineup of other tourist just staring. And for good reason. These views are vivid and rich, with the most beautiful shades of deep blue and vibrant green, and it's easy to get lost in a daydream.

  • Hoëdic

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      This is a magical island a few miles off the west coast of France, which many French people don't even know about. It's a speck in the ocean just 2 kilometers wide and is a constant reminder of how small we are in this great big world.

  • Lake Tekapo in Canterbury, New Zealand

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      The color of this lake will blow your mind. I've never seen a blue this color anywhere else in nature! If only Instagram had been invented when I was there...

  • Bottle Beach in Surat Thani, Thailand

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      This remote beach makes you feel like you are the only person in the world. This small strip of land backs up to the jungle and overlooks the bluest of blue water. When arriving at the island of Ko Pha Ngan, the best way to get there is by row boat.

  • Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, United States

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      Known for the famed Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park is about as close to the sky as you can get. You feel like you can see forever and mind blowing views are around every twist and turn.

The Best of Mother Nature

By Netanya Trimboli
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These are some of my favorite spots around the world to experience natural wonders. #seekerchallenge
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  • Mauna Kea
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    • netanyas The top of this volcano is truly a striking experience. You can experience snow in the middle of Hawaii. You can watch the sun set beneath you. And you can use the telescopes provided to get up close and personal with the stars.

         
  • Interlaken
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    • netanyas The environment here is dramatic. Towering mountains, deep canyons, lush forests. Everything is larger than life and feels untouched.

         
  • Emerald Bay State Park
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    • netanyas When you pull up to this lookout, you'll see a lineup of other tourist just staring. And for good reason. These views are vivid and rich, with the most beautiful shades of deep blue and vibrant green, and it's easy to get lost in a daydream.

         
  • Hoëdic
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    • netanyas This is a magical island a few miles off the west coast of France, which many French people don't even know about. It's a speck in the ocean just 2 kilometers wide and is a constant reminder of how small we are in this great big world.

         
  • Lake Tekapo
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    • netanyas The color of this lake will blow your mind. I've never seen a blue this color anywhere else in nature! If only Instagram had been invented when I was there...

         
  • Bottle Beach
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    • netanyas This remote beach makes you feel like you are the only person in the world. This small strip of land backs up to the jungle and overlooks the bluest of blue water. When arriving at the island of Ko Pha Ngan, the best way to get there is by row boat.

         
  • Shenandoah National Park
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    • netanyas Known for the famed Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park is about as close to the sky as you can get. You feel like you can see forever and mind blowing views are around every twist and turn.