1. ANTELOPE CANYON, USA - Located on Navajo Land near Page, Arizona, The Antelope Canyon has two sections, known as the Upper Antelope Canyon (The Crack) and the Lower Antelope Canyon (The Corkscrew). It was formed by the erosion of the Navojo sandstone by flash floods particularly during monsoon season.
2. THE PHI PHI ISLANDS, THAILAND - They can be found between the large island of Phuket and the Western Andaman Sea coast of the mainland. They are popular for their stunning rock formations and beautiful blue waters, thriving with marine life.
3. SANTORINI, GREECE - Santorini is the most talked about Greek Island, with its offering of stunning volcanic landscape, grey and red beaches, white houses and gorgeous sunsets.
4. MALDIVE ISLANDS - The Maldives are found in the Indian Ocean just across the equator. The country is made up of 1,190 coral islands formed around 26 natural ring like atolls, spread over 90,000 square kilometers. They are well known for the deep blue seas, turquoise reefs and white sandy beaches and palm trees.
5. MACHU PICCHU, PERU - Machu Picchu is 2,430m above sea level in the middle of a tropical mountain forest. There you will find the remains of the Inca Empire, a stunning urban creation.
6. THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA - One of the greatest wonders of the world, stretching approximately 5,500 miles from East to West China. Spanning across deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaus, the Great Wall of China is an architectural masterpiece.
7. ICELAND - A beautiful combination of extremes within the elements, Iceland offers a volcanic landscape with hot springs and spectacular waterfalls, as well as glaciers and ice caps. It is a rare sight which must be seen.
8. BORA BORA ISLAND - A volcanic island with white sand beaches, surrounded by a stunning turquiose lagoon. The lagoon is thriving with a fascinating array of sea life including- sting rays, manta rays and tropical fish, all of which can be observed through diving or canoeing.
9. THE WAVE, ARIZONA, USA - The Wave is a sandstone rock formation near the Arizona and Utah border formed from sand dunes being pushed across the landscape by seasonal wind and erosion from precipitation, of oxidising materials such as iron and manganese.
10. PETRA, JORDAN - A vast unique city, carved from the rock face, by the Nabataeans who settled in Jordan more than 200 years ago. It turned into a trade route that linked China, India and Southern Arabia with Egypt, Syria, Greece and Rome.
11. THE CAVE OF CRYSTALS, NAICA MINE, MEXICO - The Naica Mine is well known for its fascinating selenite crystals. Found approximately 1000 feet underground, the cave contains a formation of giant selenite crystals, some of the largest ever found.
12. MORAINE LAKE, CANADA - Moraine Lake is a glacially fed lake in Banff National Park. When the lake reaches its full capacity, it reflects a distinctive shade of blue which is a result of the refraction of light off the rock flour, deposited in the lake.
13. GRAND CANYON, USA - This canyon was carved by the Colorado River in the State of Arizona. The river is 277 miles long and 18 miles wide resulting in an overwhelming powerful landscape.
14. BERRY HEAD ARCH, CANADA - This arch is found on the Spurwink Trail along the East Coast Trail. It is an extraordinary rock formation a 4.75 mile hike from Port Kirwan.
15. MONUMENT VALLEY, USA - The valley is found in the region of the Colorado Plateau, characterized by a cluster of large sandstone buttes, the largest reaching 1000 feet. It is an iconic image of the American West, filmed numerous times for movies and adverts.
16. PLITVICE, CROATIA - This park is surrounded by mountains Pljesevica, Mala Kapela and Medvedak, all of which are part of the Dinaric Alps. In the centre of it all, 16 blue-green lakes appear, all separated by natural dams. These lakes are known for their differences in colour, which depends on the quantity of minerals in the water.
17. PREIKESTOLEN, NORWAY - Preikestolen, also known as the Pulpit Rock, reaches heights of 604 metres. The cliff is 25 by 25 metres, almost completely flat and a poplular attraction in Norway.
18. PAMUKKALE, TURKEY - Pamukkale, translates to Cotton Castle, it is a city which contains hot springs and a series of terraces formed from carbonate minerals left by the water.
19. SOCOTRA ISLAND, YEMEN - Found in the Arabian Sea, this isolated landform is considered a biological marvel. With its fierce heat and drought, the result is a unique and spectacular range of plants and trees that can't be found anywhere else on Earth.
20. CARERRA LAKE - Between Argentina and Chile, Carerra Lake is the deepest lake in South America famous for it's trout and salmon fishing. The rock appears to alter in tone depending upon the natural impurities in the water.