GRAND PRISMATIC SPRINGS
Scorching water makes its way up the equivalent of a ten-story building from deep inside the Earth to reach the surface of this magnificent spring. A mix of brilliant bands of green, orange, and yellow surround the deep blue waters that give off steam like a fresh cup of coffee. Flying over Yellowstone’s Midway Geyser Basin, the Grand Prismatic Spring stares at you as if it’s Earth’s beautiful eye. Accompanied by the Teton Mountains and endangered grizzly and elk, this place will take your breath away without even trying. At 360 feet long and 160 feet wide, the spring can only be described as grand.
HARBOR OF RIO DE JANEIRO
Recognized as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Harbor of Rio De Janeiro is iconic on the silver screen as well as in the real world. The largest bay on the planet is surrounded by the wonderful city of Rio, the Sugar Loaf Mountain, the hills of Tijuca, and Corcovado peak where the world famous Jesus statue stands tall to oversee the city. European explorers were intrigued by the huge bay surrounded by voluptuous mountains and named the harbor after the month they discovered it.