Aurora Borealis or Northen Lights
Aurora Borealis or the "Northern Lights" is the name given to astunning light phenomenon often seen in the northern regions of countries such as Norway, Sweden, Finland, Greenland, Iceland,Alaska and Canada.Mesmerizing, eerie, and never the same twice, Aurora Borealisflickers across the northern sky most often from September to October and March to April.The Northern lights have often been described as the most amazing natural firework display possible – with shimmering lights and surging colors in the sky.
Angel Falls in Venezuela is the world's highest free-falling waterfall at 979m(3,230ft), with an uninterrupted drop of 807m (2,648ft).Angel Falls was officially discovered in 1933 by an American aviator, JamesCrawford Angel.Getting to the falls can be tricky and usually involves taking a short flightfrom Caracus to Canaima and then a boat trip and trek to reach the falls. Alternatively, you couldchoose to just do an aerial fly-by of the waterfalls.
Paricutin Volcano in Mexico literally came from nowhere and emerged as anew volcano starting from a moment when the ground in a farmer's cornfieldopened in February, 1943, and lava started flowing out! The lava flows thencontinued with little interruption until February, 1952.The lava covered two villages with lava, although there were no casualties,and today the top of the church of one of those villages can be seen peeking out of the solidifiedlava. Many people have climbed the volcano, which stands at a height of 2,800 m.
Victoria Falls - Zambia/Zimbabwe
One of the world's mightiest falls, Victoria Falls thunders over a100m-high, 1.5km-long cliff before rushing its enormous flow (120million gallons of water a minute) into the Batoka Gorge.Victoria Falls creates some of the world's most awesome whitewater, a spectacular view indeed. See large