There are many breathtaking places in the world and many travelers wish that they could visit them all. While there is no doubt that visiting places like the Eiffel Tower, Golden Gate Bridge and the Roman Colosseum is amazing in itself, there is a certain charm in going to places that are less traveled. And yes, there are many destinations in the world that are lesser known but can easily take your breath away.
If you are the type who likes to go with the “road less traveled” or just want to steer clear of obnoxious tourists, then consider booking these destinations on your next getaway.
Valley of Flowers, India
If you are the kind who’s into luscious greenery and unique flora, then you can’t go wrong with going to Valley of Flowers which is located in India. You will be greeted with soaring peaks that touches the sky and is filled with all sorts of flora and fauna. You will find yourself lost in its grandeur and great natural beauty. On top of that, it is also a home to some of the most rare and endangered animals like the Snow Leopard, Blue Sheep and the Asiatic black bear.
El Nido, Philippines
El Nido in Palawan, Philippines is one of the top beach destinations in Asia. Beach goers are treated to the magnificent tropical weather, plenty of gorgeous, secret lagoons and beautiful towering rock formations. It’s hard not to take the plunge into the crystal clear emerald water. This destination is fairly difficult to reach but it also means that there are fewer tourists.
Glen Coe, Scotland
Glen Coe is a narrow glen located in the northern tip of Scotland. Lovers of nature photography will find themselves giggling with glee once they see the towering peaks filled with the stunning array of flora. Scotland is home to some of the most breathtaking views in the world but this one definitely stands out.
Plitvice Lakes, Croatia
The Plivitice Lakes national park is a natural wonder that’s filled with a network of blue waters and waterfalls that are perfectly crystal clear. This destination is just unbelievably beautiful and will make you believe in a higher power.
Krubera Cave, Georgia
Krubera cave is known to be the deepest cave on Earth, located in Abkhazia, Georgia (not the state). If you prefer something more adventurous than the usual sightseeing, then Krubera cave will surely present you a good deal of challenge.