7 Of The Most Unusual Forests From Around The World

Lake Kaindy Sunken Forest, Kazakhstan

Located in the Kazakhstan portion of the Tien Shan mountains, Lake Kaindy features a surreal “sunken forest,” with massive spruce trees rising out of its sparkling turquoise waters.

Crooked Forest, Poland

The Crooked Forest is located outside Nowe Czarnowo in Poland — and to this day, no one knows why the trees are all curved in the same shape.

Dagon Blood Trees, Yemen

The island of Socotra in Yemen has a strange looking forest that has unusual looking trees with strange features. They are the most unique and abstract vegetative species on the entire planet.

Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar

The Avenue of the Baobabs, or the Alley of the Baobabs, is a small forest in the Menable region of western Madagascar. These trees are a prominent group of the Grandidier’s Baobabs and are estimated to be around 2,800 years old.

Moss Swamp, Romania 

This image appears to be of a mossy forest area in Romania, though its location isn’t entirely known. 

Chinese Hemlock Trail, Taiwan

Deadvlei Forest, Namibia

Also known as the ‘Dead Tree Forest,’ Namibia’s Deadvlei is located in Namib-Naukluft Natural Park, surrounded by towering red dunes.