When we travel, we often want to visit exotic destinations. But, not most of us actually care about researching on such places and take an initiative of traveling there. We just end up relying on clichéd spots.
But, here’s a game changer. We found these hidden gems that shook our perceptions on travel and would definitely change your outlook on “traveling”. These places are unbelievably beautiful.
Let’s get started!
A Nomadic City, located on a scenic bay on the off coasts of France. Le Mont Saint Michel flourishes by displaying an astonishing collection of art and artifacts.
Lord Howe Island in Australia is just another synonym for paradise. It’s an award winning heritage site just 2-hour flight away from Sydney. Immerge yourself in some world class experiences of hikes, snorkeling or hand-feeding fishes and much more.
Formerly known as The Island of Love, is the best beach in the world. The island is much smaller and is most of the times submerged in the water. The entire island is to be explored by a canoe.
The island is an active Volcano and it’s captivating beaches and glaciers will win your heart away. It has served as a safe refuge against the big storms and icebergs since the 19th century.
This bend in the famous Colorado River from where you can witness the edge of the canyon and take incredible pictures and is formed nearly five million years ago. The breathtaking view of the Canyon will take you back to the early Jurassic era.
The funniest yet unique thing about this beach is that, it is abundant in sea glasses which was a result of dumping garbage into the area years ago. This beach is now visited by thousands of tourists every year. Thanks to the constantly rolling waves which polished and gave these glass pebbles a unique round shape that make them so fascinating.
A captivating world of glittering crystal treasures, is Austria’s indoor crystal themed park. This beautifully constructed monument has bought over millions of tourists from all around the world. Visitors are just surprised and touched by the beauty of the place.
Pamukkale, also known as “Cotton Castle” is a beautiful region of Turkey’s Denizli region. The most beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site of Turkey, is filled with scenic wonders that has an astonishing display of natural water pools with therapeutic properties.
Hvitserkur is a basalt mountain in the Northwest Iceland. This stunning rock formation has two holes at the base which gives it’s a presence of a dragon drinking water.
Magnificent scenery, cross-country skiing, and a melting pot of cultures and people, Rhone Alps is indeed a heaven for the wide lovers and hikers who enjoy real freedom and are sports enthusiasts.