Sand Dunes are one of the important attraction, nowadays. In this world we can find few fabulous sand dunes. Dunes are the hill of sand built either by wind or water flows. Here a list of must visit Sand Dunes in the world. Let’s begin to wander..
Sossusvlei is the must visit attraction in the Africa specially for its salt and clay pan tourist, which is the glistering gem of the Namibia. This most spectacular and best-known attraction located in the largest conservation area in Africa. There you could find highest Sand dunes in the world with 400 meters. It is the right place for the photographic enthusiast. Here you could capture the fabulous images of Sand dunes especially in the morning and evening light and gather the images of glassy lake with sand dunes reflections. Visitors love to gather here from all over the world except the rainy season.
Badain Jaran Dunes, Mongolia and China:
Badain Jaran Desert straddles between the Mongolia and China, which is the perfect place for photographers who wants to capture the scenic view of the most beautiful deserts on earth. Where you could find the world’s tallest dunes and unaccountably dotted lakes in the middle of the desert and little oasis here and there. Atleast 144 lakes spreads all over the surface of the sand dune, some of them with fresh water, other ones extremely saline. Enjoy the hiking, driving, and camping in the Badain Jaran desert by heading towards the west. Enjoy the chance to explore a challenging ascent of the world’s third-tallest sand dune.
The Libyan Desert, Libya:
The Sahara is the sprawling into a western and an eastern half by a series of highlighted attractions. Northeastern portion of this sprawling Sahara is the Libyan Desert that extending from eastern Libya through southwestern Egypt into the extreme northwest of Sudan and extends 1100 km from east to west, and 1,000 km from north to south. There are three sand seas (Great Sand Sea, Calanshio Sand Sea, Rebiana Sand Sea) in the desert, that contain sand dunes up to 512 meters in height and cover approximately one quarter of the region. Explore the ancient
Rub’ al Khali, the Arabian Peninsula:
The empty quarter is the largest sand desert in the world and in the Arabian Peninsula, which stretching from the Yemeni border to the Arabian Gulf and from Oman to Jordan and Iraq. It occupies the most of the southern third of the Arabian Peninsula. This huge desert spreads 1,000 kilometres long, and 500 kilometres wide and where you could find the sand dunes with heights up to 250 metres.
Have fun over there.