New Mexico has many unique and beautiful natural wonders spread out all over the state. From cinder cone volcanoes to huge caves to unique and spectacular rock formations to pure white sand beaches and dunes nowhere close to an ocean New Mexico is rich with natural wonders. These are the 10 best natural wonders in New Mexico.
Tourism contributes some $12.5 billion dollars a year to Oregon's economy and the only wonder is that the total is not higher since some of the natural wonders in the state are as beautiful as any in the world. The Beaver State of Oregon is absolutely loaded with beautiful natural wonders that tourists love to visit.
Tourism is big business in Maine as millions of people a year visit the state to see the great natural wonders in Maine. There are over 6,000 lakes, 32,000 miles of rivers, 3,500 miles of coastline and over 17 million acres of forests located in the Pine Tree State of Maine. Fishing, hiking, camping, hunting, whitewater rafting, canoeing, boating, biking, kayaking, vacationing and sightseeing through and around the beautiful natural wonders in Maine is why people visit this beautiful state.
Almost everybody on earth knows about Niagara Falls but did you know that there are lights on Niagara Falls at night?
In 2007 the CBC held an online voting contest in which Canadians voted for the top seven wonders of Canada. All seven of the choices turned out to be natural wonders and over 1 million votes were cast.
The famous 7 Wonders of the World historically consisted of seven great ancient wonders including the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Colossus of Rhodes statue and the Lighthouse of Alexandria. Over the years other sites and places in the world have gained notoriety as being called the Eighth Wonder of the World.