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Ten Lesser-Known Destinations That Are Worth Visiting!



Have you visited places like the Grand Canyon in the USA, The Great Wall in China, or the Colosseum in Italy, and ticked the boxes in your travel diary against"I have been there". Whilst these are magnificent places, they are inundated with tourists each year.

Maybe it’s time to start discovering destinations that are not on most people’s must visit lists, but are equally as stunning, if not more. Consider visiting some of these remote, lesser known destinations, perhaps known only to the locals.

As far as currency exchange rate goes, ensure you get a prepaid travel card, which allows you to lock the currency rate, so you don't get affected by currency fluctuations. If you need to have a stopover in different countries, consider getting yourself a multi currency cash card rather than carry wads of cash or travellers cheques.

Namibia, Africa.
Namibia is not half as well known as South Africa, yet it is still home to one of the biggest, yet least known game parks of the world. Here you’ll find volcanic mountains, epic dunes, and the expansive Namib desert—the second largest on the planet after the Sahara, and Namibia’s Skeleton Coast, named for the centuries of shipwrecks on its rugged shores. Before this place becomes a must see destination by the safari goers, take a trip now and enjoy the scenic landscape and wild life, undisturbed by the regular travellers.

Rotorua, New Zealand.
From crystal-clear streams and magical forests, to epic biking trails and explosive geysers, Rotorua is very different. Rotorua, is a town set on New Zealand's North Island, and is known for its geothermal activity and Maori culture. In Te Puia’s Whakarewarewa valley, there are bubbling mud pools and the 30m-tall Pohutu Geyser, which erupts several times daily. Walking around here, you can almost imagine yourself on a different planet.

Civita di Bagnoregio - Viterbo, Italy.
For those of you who are globetrotting the world, do make sure you stop at this wonderful place in Italy. Not on the typical Italy tourist map, the place is stunning and beautiful and has retained its charm of an Italian village. There is plenty to see and to do in a weekend. Away from the regular run of the mill restaurants, the food is incredibly fresh and made by the locals. A 20 minutes drive from the must-see Orvieto and Viterbo and 90 minutes by train from Rome and Florence, this is one of Italy's hidden gems.

Scotland, United Kingdom.
Scotland has such great tourist attractions – from castles and cabers to kilts and whisky – it’s easy to miss the rugged mountains, remote glens and mile-upon-mile of wave-lashed beaches, once you venture away from the cities.
Away from the hoards of tourists, located 40km off Scotland’s far northwest coast, the Isle of Harris boasts a string of bleached-white sands so glorious and unspoilt, that they’ve been compared to the Caribbean’s finest beaches. Isle of Skye in Scotland has some amazing sheer rock faces, twisted stacks, piercing pinnacles and unlikely erratic boulders which combine to look almost like another out of this planet scene.

Shillong, Meghalaya, India.
Among the exotic places in India that have not been infringed upon, the Laitlum Canyons in the outskirts of Shillong, Meghalaya make for a stunning sight. Bit of a journey to get there, the unspoilt beauty of lush greenery makes this place absolutely magical. While in Meghalaya, pay a visit to the Mawlynnong Village. It is touted as the “Cleanest village in Asia”. Tucked away in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya, it is also called ‘God’s Own Garden’. The community over here has made an honest attempt to maintain the pristine ambience, which makes it very refreshing.

Paro, Bhutan
Bhutan is on our list of off- beat places to visit, due to its ancient history and traditions, which have been retained for centuries. A tiny and remote kingdom nestling in the Himalayas between India and China, Bhutan is one of the few places which are not so influenced by the outside world. The Bhutanese name for Bhutan, Druk Yul, means "Land of the Thunder Dragon". Travel to Bhutan is expensive and not easily undertaken. However, the rich culture, unspoiled scenery, and fresh mountain air makes it absolutely worthwhile.

So, if you are looking to escape the hoards of visitors, it is best to explore some of these off-beat destinations before they become spoilt and inundated with tourists. And don't forget to take travel insurance and a handy camera to simply click away some stunning photos along the way.

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