Whether you're looking to plan that next trip or just want to sit back and marvel at some of the world's most awesome natural wonders, we have a treat in store. We've pulled together some of the world's most spectacular views you can set your eyes on. Put your feet up and gaze in awe...
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Just looking at this place is enough to make you thirsty. At over 10,000 square metres, Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat.
Milford Sound, New Zealand
So epic is the landscape of New Zealand that it made an obvious location choice for Lord of the Rings. Milford Sound is just one of a number of dramatic areas used in the film.
Khao Phing Kan, Thailand
This unique monolith in Thailand had a starring role in The Man with the Golden Gun and is popularly known as James Bond island as a result. Scaramanga and Nick Nack may not be there but it's still worthy of a visit.
Mount Roraima, Venezuela/Brazil/Guyana
To climbers, Mount Roraima is one of the ultimate challenges. The iconic mountaintop plateau sits on the border of Venezuela, Brazil and Guyana, and towers above the jungle, taunting those who dare to attempt its sheer 400m walls.
The caves of General Carrera Lake, Chile
It took waves over 6,000 years to carve these unique caverns and columns and tunnels found in the middle of Chile's General Carrera Lake.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Yes, we apologise, pictures like this should not be seen while you're at work. We're sorry, but just look at that beach! Another destination to add to the bucket list.
Yosemite National Park, California, USA
Ever since Ansel Adams turned up with a camera in the 1920s, photographers and climbers have flocked to Yosemite to experience the wonders of its most iconic peak, El Capitan.
Painted Hills, Oregon, USA
You can see why they called this place Painted Hills, so named after the colourful layers of its hills, which correspond to different geological eras. They're located in Oregon's John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.
The Great Barrier Reef, Australia
This is an aerial view of coral formations at Hardy Reef, part of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. The area offers spectacular snorkelling and is home to reef sharks, turtles, trevally, coral trout and a host of smaller marine life.
Aldeyjarfoss waterfall, Iceland
Iceland is a land rich in wonders and home to volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and glaciers. And a lot of wild horses. The Aldeyjarfoss waterfall is about 20m high. In winter it is quite hard to reach, but worth it for the view.
Bryce Canyon, Utah, USA
The Grand Canyon may be more famous. But we think Utah's Bryce Canyon is more spectacular. It's not really a canyon as such – more a collection of giant natural amphitheaters.
The fjords, Norway
It's where the Vikings came from and it's not difficult to see how it bred such a race of warriors. The fjords are a wonder that will inspire you to find your own inner warrior.
Angel Falls, Venezuela
The Angel Falls in Venezuela, seen from a unique perspective. They're the world's highest uninterrupted waterfalls – and a wonder to behold.
Iguazu Falls, Argentina/Brazil
Few waterfalls equal Iguazu for atmosphere. Situated on the border between Argentina and Brazil, they appear out of the jungle mist as a heavenly wonder.
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