About 500 miles away from Sin City is a humanmade wonder that should be on everyone's must-see list. This psychedelic geyser in Nevada is a sight for sore eyes and looks like aliens made it. You'll have to see it to believe it.\nFly Geyser is one of three thermal springs on the Fly Ranch Burning Man Project. The ranch is comprised of 3,800 acres of land in Gerlach and features wetlands, grasslands, and spring water pools.\nOne wonder on the land that seriously looks out of this world is a multi-colored geyser "that constantly releases water reaching five feet in the air, depositing minerals and enabling the growth of multi-colored algae on the terraces surrounding it."\nStarting April 3, you and your friends can see it for yourself during a nature walk tour. Specific walk dates are still in the works, but you can check their website for 2020 dates when they become available.\nThe free three-hour walks are entirely immersive and will teach you the importance of "how people think of and interact with the land."\nSince these tours are donation-based, you'll be charged a deposit to reserve your space. From there, you can decide whether your deposit is taken as a donation or if you want it all back.\nYou'll have to make a reservation ahead of time here if you want to learn and explore the area, although the option isn't available yet. Walk-ins are not permitted since the geyser is on private property.\nSince the tour is all about learning the cool history, guides require you put all cell phones and cameras away until you reach the end of your walk.\nView this post on Instagram This is Fly Geyser, a stunning geological formation on Fly Ranch, the new property that was purchased for the Burning Man organization by a dozen generous donors this summer. Over the next month I will be writing about the inspiring potential of this space and the dynamic challenges of recreating playa magic in a year round space with limited accessibility. I want your help to guide my research. What do you want to know about this space? What are your hopes and fears? How can we co-create the next iteration of #BurningMan? All ideas and questions are welcome! Let's talk about it. A post shared by Eamon Armstrong (@eamonarmstrong) on Sep 8, 2016 at 11:41am PDT\nBefore you begin on your 1.5-mile trek through Fly Ranch, you and others apart of your group will meet at the host's visitor center: Friends of Black Rock-High Rock's Visitor Center.\nIt's located at 320 Main Street. From there, you will carpool to the estate.\nView this post on Instagram Lugar que parece de outro planeta com a minha pessoa mais favorita do mundo 🧡 A post shared by Larissa Oliveira (@larissadoliveira) on Oct 23, 2019 at 1:54pm PDT\nWe recommend wearing long pants and close-toed shoes since these tours occur rain or shine.\nIf you're looking for a unique activity to do with your friends, this might be it. There are so many other hidden gems like this pastel pink canyon that's only a short drive from Vegas.\nWhether you're in search of an out-of-the-ordinary experience or want to learn some interesting facts about nature, this spot will give you the best of both worlds.\nView this post on Instagram Géiser Fly, Nevada, Estados Unidos De acuerdo, el géiser Fly no se formó de forma completamente natural. Después de unas prospecciones en busca de fuentes de energía geotermal en 1964 el lugar no se cerró bien y los minerales licuados se fueron acumulando creando formas extrañas pero hermosas de mil colores. Quizás por esto, el géiser es uno de los mejores ejemplos de la creatividad de la Naturaleza. Aunque si quieres ver géisers naturales, siempre puedes aquilar un coche en Estados Unidos y hacerte una ruta en coche por el parque de Yellowstone. Ahí podrás disfrutar de las maravillas de la energía geotermal en su forma más espectacular. #travel #viajar #vacaciones #disfrutar #behappy #relax #destinos #turismo #bestplaces #alldaytravel #amoviajar #aroundtheworldpix #awesome_earth #awesome_earthpix #awesome_globepix #awesomeearth #backpackers #backpacking #destinationearth #destinosimperdiveis #discoverearth #discoverglobe #doyoutravel #earth_deluxe #earthcapture #earthgallery #earthofficial #travelconjota A post shared by Total_Travel 🇪🇸&🇩🇴 (@travelconjota) on Aug 1, 2019 at 10:29am PDT\nFly Geyser Nature Walks\nPrice: Free\nWhen: Opens on April 3 by reservation only\nAddress: County Rd. 34, Gerlach, NV\nWhy You Need To Go: You can learn about Fly Ranch's land and see the fantastic Fly Geyser after.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.