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10 Places to Travel to Before the Rest of the World Discovers Them


They say life is a book and those who don’t travel read only one page. The world is a colorful mosaic of cultures, languages, foods, art, people, places, structures, animals, and plants. Each corner possesses something unique that is waiting to be discovered. Though many of Earth’s greatest places have seen the likes of many men, some are lesser known than others. Here are ten places you should explore before everyone else finds out about them. 

The Top Ten Places to Travel

1. Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

The world’s largest salt flat covers 4,086 square miles in glistening bluish-white bliss. The flat was formed by the union of ancient lakes coming together to create a breathtaking natural mirror. This reflective landmark is used to calibrate satellites during the rainy months, and it is utterly inspiring to marvel at. 

2. Antelope Canyon in Arizona

Everyone’s heard of the Grand Canyon, but Antelope Canyon offers geologic amusement that’s just as swoon-worthy. A photographer’s dream, Antelope Canyon curves and bends in a way that looks almost unnatural. The rusty-colored canyon dances with light, each sunbeam illuminating a different crevice, causing illusions of shape and color to appear. Visiting here is a truly magical experience. 

3. Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia

The crystal waters of Plitvice Lake cut through the majestic green hills. This lesser-known destination is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful spots in the world. Waterfalls pour down the sides of the hills and feed the untainted blue streams. Pure natural beauty exudes from Plitvice; swimming is not allowed, further lending to cleanliness and clarity of the waters. 

4. Taj Mahal in Uttar Pradesh, India

While the Taj Mahal is well-known, it’s one of the best places to go for incentive travel. India drips with culture and the Taj Mahal is at the center of it all. Built in the 1600s, this marble mausoleum never ceases to amaze its visitors. 

5. Lençóis Maranhenses in Brazil

If your idea of the perfect trip looks like a white sandy beach with clear water lapping the shore, you won’t want to miss your chance to visit Lençóis Maranhenses. Gracefully sloping dunes lead the way down to blue waters that will drop anyone’s jaw. Mangrove swamps are interwoven into the dunes and lagoons. 

6. Highlands in Iceland

Experience the Northern Lights in this volcanic desert. The area is rather remote and mostly uninhabited, but it is undeniably magical. From hiking to hot springs, the Highlands are one of our planet’s best-kept secrets. 

7. Niagara Falls in New York

This destination is so beautiful that you’ll want to return every year. It’s pleasant in the summer, but there’s something even more enchanting about Niagara in the late autumn when the falls are partially frozen over. Black squirrels scurry about, creating a Harry Potter-esque ambiance. Take the Rainbow Bridge to Canada or head back to the food court for the best Indian cuisine in upstate New York. 

8. Bora Bora

Head to the South Pacific for a tropical getaway. Beautiful waters and pristine beaches invite visitors to relax and enjoy the sunshine. Bora Bora’s glistening shores are only rivaled by the lush green jungles in the background. 

9. Yellowstone National Park

This famous park covers three states and is home to the Old Faithful geyser. Hot Springs and other jaw-dropping sights await you here. Alpine rivers, majestic canyons, and thousands of species of flora and fauna span parts of Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana. 

10. Reed Flute Caves in China

Experience curious cave formations in a multi-colored ambiance when you visit the Reed Flute Caves. The cave runs 240 meters and is over 1,200 years old.

Whether you want to provide incentive travel for employees or just take a vacation, you can book serviced villas where you’re surrounded by the unspoiled beauty and wonder of each of these destinations.

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