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Southeast Asia's first UNESCO Global Geopark invites you to experience one of the world's rarest natural wonders.
Molina de Aragón-Alto Tajo Geopark is in the Castellana area of the Iberian mountain range, between the watersheds of the rivers Ebro, to the north, and Tajo river, to the south.
Psiloritis UNESCO Global Geopark is located in the island of Crete, Greece, extending over an area of about 1200 km2. It covers the central part of the island including the entire area of Mountain Idi (Psiloritis) which is the highest in Crete.
Ngorongoro Lengai UNESCO Global Geopark is located in Northern Tanzania (East Africa). It encompasses the districts of Ngorongoro, Karatu, and Monduli in the Arusha region.
Rinjani-Lombok UNESCO Global Geopark is situated on the island of Lombok in Southeast Asia. The island is located between Bali and the Lombok Strait
The Azores Geopark is a network of 121 geographically-dispersed sites of geographic heritage and marine areas that covers the nine volcanic islands of the archipelago of the Azores.
The Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark is located in North-East British Columbia, Canada. This video features some of our best footage from the past four years filming this incredible area.
Qeshm, formerly also known as Kishm, is an arrow-shaped Iranian island in the Strait of Hormuz, separated from the mainland by the Clarence Strait/Khuran in the Persian Gulf.
Jeju Island UNESCO Global Geopark, a beautiful volcanic island, is the southernmost island of the Korean Peninsula.