17 Otherworldly Places You Can Visit On Earth
Wait, I'm confused, is this Utah or Mars?
There are some places that just don't seem to belong on Earth. Do you expect us to believe this glowing pool of alien juice is lying around somewhere?
And what about this magical paradise? Where are all the Na'vi?... They must be hiding.
You're not fooling anyone; this is obviously Mars.
Ever seen what it looks like when a giant glacier melts? It looks like the surface of the moon!
How about this giant puddle of shimmering droplets?
I'm sorry, is this Saturn or South Dakota? Because I'm confused.
Mesa thinks this is where Jar Jar Binks is from.
Oh, look, it's the long-since-destroyed planet of Krypton. FALSE, IT'S WASHINGTON.
Gravity Chamber — Mount Rainier, Washington
Those tiny things are PEOPLE! The world is a beautiful place.
One should never underestimate just how awesome* the Grand Canyon is.
And do NOT even get me started on how crazy CAVES are!
Fingal's Cave — Staffa Island, Scotland
WHAT DID I JUST SAY?! I CAN'T EVEN DEAL WITH HOW BEAUTIFUL AND MIND-BOGGLING CAVES ARE!
OK, back to non-caves. How about this giant floating pyramid in the middle of the ocean?
Ball's Pyramid — 10 miles off the Australian Coast