Then a panel of experts will create a list of 21 candidates from which voters worldwide will elect the 7 wonders of Nature.
Criteria to be observed:
• Nominations must be for a clearly defined natural site or natural monument that was not created or significantly altered by humans.
The nominees must be one of the following:
• a natural site;
• a natural monument;
• a landscape.
Categories that help us to sort and evaluate your proposals:
Animal reserve, Canyon, Cave, Cliff, Coastline, Desert, Fjord, Forest, Geological site, Glacier, Grotto, Lake, Mountain, Nature conservancy park, Oasis, Prehistoric natural site, Reef, River, Rock, Sea, Underwater world, Volcano, Water, Waterfall, Wood…
• Aletsch Glacier, Switzerland
• Baikal Lake, Russia
• Dinosaur Provincial Park, Canada
• Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
• Geirangerfjord, Norway
• Grand Canyon, USA
• Great Barrier Reef, Australia
• Iguaçu Waterfalls, Argentina/Brazil
• Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
• Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
• Redwood National Park, USA
• Sagramatha Park, Nepal
• Serengeti Park, Tanzania
The following examples are not valid:
Bird migrations, Gulf Stream, monsoon rain, shooting stars, North and South Poles, northern lights, Milky Way…
Note: As this is the nomination phase and not yet a vote we want a wide range of sites to help create the most diverse list possible for later voting.»
Here is the link to the site where you can make your 7 nominations.And here are a few suggestions I submit to your judgement and opinion; maybe I'll nominate them later:
• Amazon rainforest, South America;
• Angel Falls (Salto Ángel), Venezuela;
• Mariana trench, Marianas Islands;
• Mount Everest, Nepal;
• Ngorongoro crater, Tanzania;
• Okavango delta, Botswana;
• Santorini Island's caldera, Greece.