- THE SEVEN- COLORED EARTH OFCHAMAREL: For ages the story of this phenomenal remains shrouded in mystery, located on the South West cape of Mauritius, this world famous destination is watered a 83 meter high waterfall, which gives tourists a better view of this beautiful attraction, it was formed from a volcanic eruption, as the name suggests it is a small area of sand dunes with 7 distinct colors, thousands of tourists visit this place on a yearly basis, to see this strange site.
- LAKE NYOS
Guinness book of records has dubbed lake Nyos as the deadliest lake in the world, this is because in 1986 the lake killed about 1700 people and nearly 3500
livestock, the incident also left many others with health problems from the chemicals the lake emanated. Nyos is a crater lake in the North West region of Cameron, the lake is on the side of an inactive volcano and is impounded by a volcanic dam, there is Magma under the lake which leaks carbon dioxide into the water, the water then changes this into carbonic acid and makes the water three of excluded lakes in the world.
- THE ABANDONED OUTDOOR MOVIE
THEATRE IN EGYPT
On the Northern cape of Egypt lies a cluster of seats for an adult movie cinema, according to a historian photographer who recently abandoned location, the theatre was built some decades ago by an unnamed French man, one day at the Desert Legislation of Friends they decided to build a movie theatre there, they headed to Cairo and brought in old seats, a generator and a giant screen for the project, but the locals who seemed not to be impressed by the ideas sabotaged the opening if the theatre, till today that theatre remains forgotten in the middle in the dessert, nowadays some artist use the location to shoot music videos.