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There are 13 off the beaten path places tagged alien landscapes:

Villa Epecuen - the place consumed by mother nature

If you want to see some South American apocalyptic scenery, Villa Epecuen is your destination. A thriving resort in the past, it was consumed by the salty waters of the nearby lake in 1985 and…

Devil’s Town

Devil's Town in Serbia is a place that birthed many legends and superstitions due to the weird look of its eroded rocks. Besides the macabre rocks, crimson waters of the nearby springs add to this…

Sandboarding down the Cerro Negro volcano

Cerro Negro is a young Nicaraguan volcano, which is still seismically active. Besides enjoying the magical landscapes from its top, you can now sandboard down its steaming black ash slopes at a…
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The alien world of Socotra, Yemen

Socotra is most alien-looking island on earth, with its unique 6-20 million years old flora and fauna. More than a third of the 800 Socotran species are not found anywhere else on the planet, and the…

The diabolical depression of Danakil

Danakil is a depression in the north of Ethiopia with eternal lakes of fire, toxic gases, sulfurous waters and merciless heat. Legend has it, that the place was a battlefield of the demons,…

Bizarre landscapes of Valle de la Luna

The Moon Valley, or Valle de la Luna, located 10 km from La Paz, Bolivia, has bizarre natural sculptures, craters, mazes of canyons and ice caves, resembling a Lunar landscape. The name is believed to…

Tunisian Tatooine - the leftover Star Wars sets

Tunisia is a place of multiple Star Wars filming locations - you can visit Tatooine, see Mos Espa, Mos Eisley, Luke Skywalker's house and the old Obi-Wan Kenobi's house, along with the other epic…

The Smoking Fumarole fields of Djibouti

Boina and Garbes fumarole gas-emitting fields are so loud - one can hear the hissing from far away. This primordial landscape was the filming location of the first Planet of the Apes movie.

Tsingy de Bemaraha - the stone forest of Madagascar

Tsingy de Bemaraha is a vast stone forest with sharp spikes and endemic plants and animals, some of them not yet described by the scientists. The name of the park literally means "a place where one…
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