North America is considered as the northern subcontinent of America. It is made up of 23 countries and houses about 175 natural wonders of the world. A few of these beautiful natural wonders are listed below.
The Niagara Falls which was formed with the draining away of glaciers is one of the largest tourist attractions in North America. Not particularly high, the Niagara Falls is expansive and constitutes two other major sections: the Horseshoe Falls and the American Falls. The Niagara Falls is not only prominent for its captivating natural beauty but also for the hydroelectric power it provides....and more.
The Bay of Fundy is located on the East Coast of North America and is known for its colossal tide range. It is also one of the most abundant marine habitats in the world with about 12 species of whales.
The Mammoth Cave National Park, located in central Kentucky is known to be the most extensive cave in the world. It was discovered that there are over 200 species of animals in the cave.
It is an enormous subaquatic sinkhole located 70 miles away from Belize City. The Great Blue Hole has been declared as one of the topmost scuba diving locations in the world for its crystal clear water and diverse species of fish.
It is one of the largest regular geysers in North America with eruptions of boiling water that can go up to a height of 106 to 185 feet continuing for 1.5 to 5 minutes. Old Faithful was one of the geysers in the Yellowstone National Park to acquire a name.
Yellowstone National Park was the first national park in the world. It comprises of lakes, rivers, mountain ranges and canyons and is known for its wildlife. The renowned Old Faithful geyser is located in this national park. It is situated over the Yellowstone Caldera, a volcano which is considered to be active....and more.
Crystal Cave as the name suggests is the most beautiful and acclaimed caves in North America with several stalactites, stalagmites, and deep crystal clear pools.