With so many natural wonders there is to see, the average person probably wouldn't know where to begin looking. Here are five beautiful natural wonders mother nature has to offer. There is no doubt that everyone should go see, at least once in a lifetime, these wondrous places, some world known while others are a little more underrated but just as lovely.

The Great Barrier Reef, Australia
The entire Great Barrier Reef, stretching out an amazing 1,250 miles along the coast of Australia in the Pacific Ocean has not yet been explored. But for what has, the beauty is sensational. It is made up of series of smaller reefs out of coral, sand, and rock.

Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California
Big Basin Redwoods is 18,000 acres of ancient redwood trees with contrasting environment inside the park. All in one day, visitors would get to experience the state park's elevation ranging from sea level over 2,000 ft. with varying climate changes from warm, sunny, up high and damp, and foggy down low.

Mount Everest, Border between Nepal and Tibet
Located between the border of Nepal and Tibet, the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest is a part of the Himalayan Mountains. Due to two plates of the earth's crust still pushing against one another, Mount Everest continues to grow two inches taller each year.

Topsail Hill State Preserve, Florida
Along the Gulf of Mexico, Topsail Hill, this three-mile stretch of sugary white sand northwest Florida natural wonder, offers vacationers a beautiful beach, boardwalks over protected dunes, miles of hiking and biking paths and a great spot for people who love to fish. Make sure to do your shopping to find the best Pelican case to hold all your camera gear so you can take lots of beautiful pictures while you're here.

Big Bend National Park, Texas
One of the last remaining untouched environment of 800,000 acres of unmatched sights, sounds, and solitude in the United States, this natural park draws visitors for its sheer isolation. But what really draw tourists to this natural wonder are its wild-west vistas, clean clear star gazing at nights, and miles of challenging hikes trails.