8 unreal landscapes that will make the biggest 'Star Wars' fans feel like they're in another world

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Star Wars Trailer Lucasfilm "Star Wars" fans can check out landscapes on Earth that are out of this world.

"The Last Jedi" - the newest film in the "Star Wars" franchise - has been released, and fans are rushing to the theater to be immersed in a galaxy far, far away.

But true fans will be glad to know there are plenty of places on Earth that can feel just as foreign.

The travel website TripAdvisor has collected destinations from around the world that look like they belong on the big screen. Check out eight landscapes that will transport you to another universe:

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The Valley of Fire in the Overton, Nevada, state park allows hiking through the red sand and to Native American rock art in an area that looks ready for a pod race.

The Valley of Fire in the Overton, Nevada, state park allows hiking through the red sand and to Native American rock art in an area that looks ready for a pod race.

The Painted Desert in Petrified Forest National Park near Flagstaff, Arizona, bears such a resemblance to Tatooine that visitors wouldn't be surprised to see two suns.

The Painted Desert in Petrified Forest National Park near Flagstaff, Arizona, bears such a resemblance to Tatooine that visitors wouldn't be surprised to see two suns.

The Valle de la Luna in Santa Catalina, Chile, has caves prime for exploring in the valley — but the moon-like atmosphere at this dry location is the main attraction.

The Valle de la Luna in Santa Catalina, Chile, has caves prime for exploring in the valley — but the moon-like atmosphere at this dry location is the main attraction.

The geological formations in Cervantes, Australia known as The Pinnacles are made of limestone and have become so popular that a tourist center has opened up on site.

The geological formations in Cervantes, Australia known as The Pinnacles are made of limestone and have become so popular that a tourist center has opened up on site.

The peculiar rock formations of Le Sentier des Ocres, a hiking trail in Gordes, France, is reminiscent of Naboo from "The Phantom Menace."

The peculiar rock formations of Le Sentier des Ocres, a hiking trail in Gordes, France, is reminiscent of Naboo from "The Phantom Menace."

To find Waimangu Volcanic Valley, a geothermal spot with hot springs and colorful baths, you have to make your way down to New Zealand.

To find Waimangu Volcanic Valley, a geothermal spot with hot springs and colorful baths, you have to make your way down to New Zealand.

On a trip through El Lago Verde and Timanfaya National Park in South Lanzarote, Spain, expect to discover volcanoes, lava formations, grottos, and a green lagoon.

On a trip through El Lago Verde and Timanfaya National Park in South Lanzarote, Spain, expect to discover volcanoes, lava formations, grottos, and a green lagoon.

The Pink Lake in Western Australia lake is aptly named because of the beta-carotene algae causing the water to turn pink.

The Pink Lake in Western Australia lake is aptly named because of the beta-carotene algae causing the water to turn pink.

Back in Western Australia, this lake is aptly-named because of the beta-carotene algae causing the water to turn pink.

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