The 10 places in the world that most impress our eyes, according to science

The world is too big and contains fascinating places to visit. From the expert tourism company in luxury travel on an international level, Kuoni Travel, have made a selection with the most striking natural wonders from around the world.

The list was made with the help of a eye tracking software to reveal which places in the world drew the most attention from travelers. Watching over sixty natural wonders and beaches around the world, tracked the eyes of users to crown the most striking destinations these being the results:

The most striking natural wonders of the world

1. Lake Peyto, Canada

Peyto Lake with reflection in Banff National Park, Canada.
Ruslan Kalnitsky (iStock)

This amazing lake in North America is known for its turquoise blue color, which looks even more impressive in contrast to the dark forest that surrounds the shoreline. An incredible destination for tourists.

2. Isla Meeru, Maldivas

Maldives island from arial view.
Maldives island from arial view.
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This tropical paradise located in the Maldives was one of the most striking destinations based on research and it’s easy to see why. With its clear blue water and sparkling white sands, it is truly a dream destination.

3. Jurassic Coast, England

Jurassic Coast around Durdle Door in England.
Jurassic Coast around Durdle Door in England.
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The 95-mile stretch of coastline, which runs from Exmouth in East Devon has Studland Bay in Dorset, It is famous for its breathtaking views and historical features. The coast, a World Heritage Site, attracts many tourists each year who come to explore, hike and hunt for fossils.

4. Yosemite, EE. UU.

Yosemite Valley landscape and river, California
Yosemite Valley landscape and river, California.
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This impressive National Park is located in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California and is known for its giant redwoods, waterfalls, granite cliffs, lakes, mountains, and various plants and animals.

5. Lake Tekapo, New Zealand

Lake Tekapo, New Zealand.
Lake Tekapo, New Zealand.
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Lake Tekapo, located in New Zealand, is the second largest of the three lakes that straddle the northern edge of the Mackenzie Basin on the South Island. It is also one of the sunniest places in New Zealand, with an average of 2,400 hours of sunshine a year.

6. Niagara Falls, Canada / USA. USA

Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls.
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They are located on the border between Canada and the United States and are made up of three different waterfalls, American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls y Horseshoe Falls. An impressive natural wonder that is extremely popular. More than 8 million travelers they visit the iconic waterfalls every year.

7. Snowdon, Gales

Amazing sunrise over Snowdonia National Park.
Amazing sunrise over Snowdonia National Park.
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Located in Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, Wales’s highest mountain attracts thousands of visitors each year who take on the challenge of climbing to the top. With an impressive elevation of 1,085 meters above sea level, hikers are rewarded with stunning views of Snowdonia, Pembrokeshire, Anglesey e Irlanda.

8. Puerto Princesa Underground River, Philippines

Entrance to the underground river of Puerto Princesa, Philippines.
Entrance to the underground river of Puerto Princesa, Philippines.
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The cavern itself features striking Rocky formations and visitors can experience the stunning surroundings up close and personal. Is protected area in the Philippines, it contains an exceptional biodiversity as it is in a fascinating environment.

9. Marble Caves, Chile

Marble Caves in General Carrera Lake, Patagonia, Chile.
Marble Caves in General Carrera Lake, Patagonia, Chile.
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You can find them in the Patagonian Andes bordering the General Carrera Lake, a remote glacial lake that straddles the border between Chile and Argentina. The unique geological formation, made of solid marble, has been eroded by water for more than 6,200 years.

10. El Yunque National Forest, Puerto Rico

Beautiful jungle trail through the El Yunque national forest in Puerto Rico.
Beautiful jungle trail through the El Yunque national forest in Puerto Rico.
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Located in the northeast of Puerto Rico, this incredible forest covers more than 28,000 acres, making it the largest public land in the country. With abundant rains every year, the forest is like a jungle, with waterfalls and rivers that make it the perfect home for more than 200 species of trees and plants.

However, this is only the beginning of a long list. Find out here more natural wonders, such as some of the most striking beaches in the world. Do not miss it!

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