Are you someone who loves to travel to remote and unknown places? Do you plan your getaways to avoid the drudgery of life? If yes, then these places should be on your bucket list. Read on to find the next travel destination where you can be surrounded by nature and enjoy peace.
Go to Mount Sanqing, Jiujiang in Mount Sanqing, China
This mountain was the spot where Taoist practices took place in ancient times. The peaks are known as the “Three Qing” in Taoism. The waterfalls offer a magnificent view.
Go off the beaten track in Kampong Thom, Cambodia
You may need to climb 807 steps to visit the pagoda called Phnom Suntuk but it will be a site to remember.
See the Gassho-zukuri farmhouses in Shirakawa-gō and Gokayama, Japan
The view of the Gassho-zukuri farmhouses in Shirakawa-go and Gokayama, Japan will give you the feel of traditional guesthouses.
Dive into Seegrotte in Hinterbrühl, Austria
The lake in Hinterbruhl Austria is one of Europe’s largest subterranean lake. The lake is 60 meters deep.
Las Lajas Sanctuary in Ipiales, Colombia
This enormous neo-gothic church was built in 1700s by a family who claimed to have seen the Virgin Mary. It is not very popular.
Be in two continents at the same time, in Pingvallavatn Lake, Iceland
Swim between both Europe and America at this spot.
Climb the inverted tower in Quinta de Regaleira, Portugal
This well is located in Sintra, Portugal. It is a mysterious place to visit.
Mooch around Montreal Botanical Garden, Canada
Visit this 75 -hectare botanical gardens. It has thirty thematic gardens and greenhouses.
Explore Lake Natron in Tanzania, from afar!
The high alkaline content with a PH value has transformed this lake into a stone.
Visit the Psychedelic Salt Mines in Yekaterinburg, Russia
The unique pattern is due to the mineral carnallite and it is beautiful.
Walk up to the Monastery of Santa Maria dell’Isola in Tropea, Italy
Want to visit a 12th century Norman cathedral Franciscan monastery? This will leave you mesmerised.
Hideaway in a small oasis surrounded by dunes in Huacachina, Peru
An oasis which has only has 96 residents. Is this your idea of heaven?
Dare to look down “The Door to Hell” in Derweze, Turkmenistan
“The Door to Hell” or “The gateway to hell” is a pit of methane gas which was set on fire. Want to peek in?
Wrap up warm in Svalbard, between Norway and the North Pole
Do you wish to stand between Norway and the North Pole and meet some polar bears too? This is your ideal destination.
Enjoy the Rotorua Hot springs in Rotura, New Zealand
Relax and rewind at the hot springs in Rotura.
Snorkel the Aquarium in Rangiroa, French Polynesia
This coral reef makes for the best snorkeling spot.
Go to the Salar de Uyuni (Salar de Tunupa) in Bolivia
Spreading to a mighty 10,582 square kilometers, it is considered to be the largest salt flat in the world. The area came in to being for the prehistoric lakes and offers a splendid view.
Discover the Apostle Islands in Wisconsin, USA
Natural sandstone walls that are 60-foot high, can you believe it?
Marvel at the Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh, Himalayas
This lake contains the highest amount of saltwater in the whole wide world.
Visit the Hitachi Seaside Park (Ibaraki, Japan)
If you love flowers you cannot give this a miss.
Photo by Reginald Pentinio via Flickr
Explore the Crooked Forest in Szczecin, Poland
The tress in this forest grow at a 90-degree angle from the root. It will blow your mind!
Photo by lisabrideau via Flickr
Swim in the Enchanting River in Surigao del Sur, Philippines
This looks straight out of a Ghibli film doesn’t it? go see it for yourself!
Photo by 2il org via Flickr
the Haiku Stairs in Oahu, Hawaii
Built in 1942 the 3,922 steps lead you to a breathtaking view.
Photo by shawnclover via Flickr
Dive into the blue lake at Jiuzhaigou National Park (China)
This azure lake became a World Heritage site in 1992 thanks to the UNESCO.
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