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15- Travel Destinations In The World, You Never Dreamt About

by Ashok Raina
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There are so many places to visit around the Globe. Some of them are very famous and are crowded because of their stunning beauty and hospitality. No doubt, these places deserve to get visited. What about the destinations which are as gorgeous but unfortunately have less or no crowd? There is a fear of visiting such places in the back of your mind. Believe me, once you set out on a journey to such places, you will like to visit them again and again. I researched such places and after long research, I have selected 15 such mindblowing places for you.

I can assure you that your friends can’t claim to have visited these stunning places. Most of you must not have even heard the names of these gems which haven’t got their share of visitors. The only thing you have to do is to read the complete article to add to your knowledge and if possible, plan to visit one of these places next time.

List Of 15 Such Places

1. Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany.

2. Giant Crystal Cave, Mexico.


3. Chand Baori Well, India.

4. Burning Crater, Turkmenistan.

5. Urup Island, Russia.

6. Keahiakawelo, Lanai, Hawaii.

7. Island of Fernando de Noronha, Brazil.

8. Portugal’s Western Algarve.

9. Koh Ker and Banteay Chhmar, Cambodia.

10. Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan.

11. Iguazu Falls, Argentina.

12. Dean’s Blue Hole, the Bahamas.

13. Blue Lake at Jiuzhaigou National Park ( China ).

14. Surigao del Sur, Philippines.

15. Crooked Forest in Szczecin, Poland.

16. The Monastery of Santa Maria Dell Isola in Tropea, Italy.

1. Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany.

This is a beautiful castle and is a historic place of the nineteenth century. It is situated on the top of the rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Fussen in Southwest Bavaria. Construction of this Castle began in 1869 but was not fully completed. The Castle remained a private residence for the King till he died in 1886. After the death of King, it was left open to the general public. More than 1.3 million people visit this castle annually. No photography is allowed inside the Castle because of security reasons. Booking of tickets is done and those without tickets may have to wait for several hours. It looks very much like Disney land’s Sleeping Beauty Castle.

2. Giant Crystal Cave, Mexico

Giant Crystal Cave, Mexico.

It is one of the most amazing natural formations ever seen. As the name suggests ‘ Giant Crystal Cave ‘, means a cave containing a very large number of selenite crystals, nearly 11 meters in length and 4 meters wide.

Magma is considered to be the main source of their formation. It is called the deposition of magma. It is believed that the crystals have formed 5000,000 years ago. The cave is 109 meters long and was discovered in 2000. The only way to visit the cave is through a guided tour.

The most annoying fact is that you can’t enter the cave to see these crystals as it is very dangerous to enter the cave where the temperature exceeds 50 degrees Celcius. Sharp rocks, hot water, and heat are the most prevalent risks that one has to face if anyone wants to enter the cave.

You can completely explore it from the outside that is a beautiful scene in itself. Overall the beauty of this place is mindblowing.

3. Chand Baori Well, India

Chand Baori Well, India.

A fantastic piece of Master Art that was built during the 8th and 9th centuries by King Chanda. It remained the main source of water supply to the adjoining areas during that period. It is one of the oldest and biggest step-wells in India. Chand Baori looks like an amazing geometrical puzzle. It is beautiful too and gives us a hint of the architecture of the 8th and 9th centuries.

Presently, it has no water in it. Modern water systems have replaced this old system. You can see steps on three sides of this well, a stage with chairs for King and Queen, and a big stage for performing art. This is a place you might not have visited ever before in your life.

4. Burning Crater Of Turkmenistan

Burning Crater, Turkmenistan.

It is a burning pit in the Karakum Desert having dimensions of 230ft wide and 66ft deep. The crater is also known as ‘ DOOR TO HELL ‘. It doesn’t seem to be a destination to get visited but it surely is a destination you will never forget.

The formation of this crater was accidental. The area was drilled for natural gas. Initially, the gas reserves were discovered but the ground under the camp collapsed and took the shape of a crater. Luckily no one lost life during this accident but the gas coming out of the crater was an issue of concern. Finally, it was decided to put the crater on fire to exhaust the remaining gas.

Scientists believed that it will take some weeks to burn the remaining gas but now it has been more than 40 years the crater is still burning. It’s an amazing fact to know about.

5. Urup Island, Russia

Urup Island, Russia.

This is an uninhabited island that is believed to be formed because of the solidification of Lava. That is why it has been given the name, Volcanic Island.

You can have a boat trip to get close to the natural stone spire. The beautiful wildlife and stunning waterfalls of this place are worth visiting.

It is believed that below this island plenty of Gold is available. Overall you can find beautiful places, waterfalls, and much more which are the basic requirements for a good tourist destination.

6. Keahiakawelo, Lanai, Hawaii

Keahiakawelo, Lanai, Hawaii.

It is a rock garden mostly known by the name ‘ Garden Of God ‘. This place is made up of boulders and rocks. These rocks have been beautifully shaped by nature because of centuries of erosion. The high elevations which have developed naturally here are an astonishing part of this area. From the top of these elevations, you can see the island of Ohu and can glorify the beauty of the place with your eyes. The Oceanic scenes of this place will also attract your attention.

Note: You can visit the spot only via a 4-wheel drive and the removal of rocks is forbidden here.

7. Island Of Fernando De Noronha, Brazil

Fernando de Noronha, Brazil.

This island lies 350km away from the northeast coast of Brazil. A total of 21 volcanic islands rise out of the ocean making it a wonderful sight. You will find tropical landscapes, beautiful beaches, glistering turquoise water, and a variety of marine life here.

Out of these 21 islands, only one is inhabited and there is strict control over the number of visitors. The number of visitors is controlled to protect the ecosystem. You can also dive into the calm water of gorgeous Baia dos Porcos. There are so many other places to visit in the surrounding area.

Having a trip to Fernando de Noronha is a costly affair. If you have enough money in your pocket, only then you can think about visiting this site.

8. Portugal’s Western Algarve

Western Algarve, Portugal.

Most visitors head towards Portugal only because of its sun-sure, easy accessibility, and the best beaches which enhance the beauty of this place. The western coast of this area is best known for its wild beauty.

The Vicentine coast National Park is not far behind, as far as beauty is concerned. These beaches have high tourist potential but unfortunately, they are not getting their share. This park is nestled between high hills and is surrounded by eucalyptus trees. There is the only famous restaurant in this area that offers up delicious fresh fish.

The Algarve is an attractive tourist destination and can be visited at any time of the year. You can plan to visit these islands without any hesitation.

9. Koh Ker And Banteay Chhmar, Cambodia

Koh Ker Temple, Cambodia.

Angkor Wat is a famous destination in Cambodia. This destination attracts millions of tourists every year. But, just a few kilometers away are a couple of sites that have been deprived of much limelight.

Koh Ker and Banteay Chhmar, the places which despite having natural beauty and historical value have been avoided.

Koh Ker used to be the capital of the Khmer Empire in the 10th century. It is one of Cambodia’s most remote Angkorian sites. The temples built on a vast citadel rising above the jungle, the Prasat Thom, and the seven tired 40-meter-high pyramids are stunning sites having great tourist potential.

Banteay Chhmar is situated deep in the jungle and is the least visited place in Cambodia. The temples in this area are believed to be built by King Jayavarman in the 12th century. Splendid carving work on the walls of the temples has a story of its own to tell.

10. Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan

These places have remained unexplored because of tangled visa processes and the fear that traveling to these places may prove to be dangerous. But slowly and steadily the mindset of the people has been changing with the passage of time and visitors have started visiting these sites.


A Fort In Uzbekistan.

Uzbekistan sits at the crossroads of the famous Silk Route, which once was a famous trade route. Samarkand, Bukhara, and Khiva are the places best known for their Mosques, Madrassahs, and monuments. Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan is a city famous for its magnificent work in the field of Art.


A Girl Sitting In front Of Lake In Tajikistan.

A green city which has a lot of natural beauty. It is a paradise for lovers of natural beauty. Pamirs and Fann, the two famous peaks invite tourists for trekking adventures.


Marvelous Kyrgyzstan.

As Uzbekistan is known for its architecture, and Tajikistan for its natural beauty. In the same way, Kyrgystan is known for its wildlife, lush green landscapes, and summer meadows. The people residing here follow nomadic traditions and welcome visitors with open arms. The horse riding and delicious food of Kyrgystan are famous in this area.



It is a combination of dramatic landscapes, deserts, lakes, and steep mountains where you can perform many adventurous activities.

Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan is a place famous for its architecture and bustling Green Bazar. You can learn about history, and enjoy various activities including visits to scenic places, local culture, food, and festivals by taking the help of an expert guide.

11. Iguazu Falls, Argentina

Iguazu Falls, Argentina.

A beautiful place that deserves to be on your list of probable places to visit someday. Missiones province in Argentina is known to be a venerable city of waterfalls. The astonishing fact is that out of the total waterfalls, 250 stretch nearly two miles and dump 53,000 cubic feet of water per second. Iguazu river is the main source of these waterfalls. This is the largest waterfall system in the world. These waterfalls divide the river into upper and lower Iguazu. The first person to record the existence of these waterfalls was a European who belonged to Spain. He discovered these waterfalls in 1541.

Overall I can say that this can be an ideal spot for many of you to visit.

12. Dean’s Blue Hole, The Bahamas

Blue Hole, Bahamas.

This can be the place you might not have ever heard of. It is the earth’s deepest underwater cave after Dragon hole in China and is an incredible one. Its depth is nearly 202 meters. Dean’s Blue Hole is circular at the surface, with a diameter ranging from 25 to 35 meters. After descending 20 meters its diameter expands nearly up to 100 meters.

13. Blue Lake At Jiuzhaigou National Park, China

Jiuzhaigou National Park, China.

This is a 1375-meter-long amazing crystal blue lake in China. This place was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992. It stems from the Min Mountains near the Tibetan Plateau, far away from the hustle and bustle of Beijing, and stretches over 72,000 hectares of land. It is best known for its multi-level waterfalls, colorful lakes, and snow-capped peaks. The elevation of these peaks ranges from 2,000 to 4,500 meters.

The climate of this place is subtropical to temperate. During January, the temperature here drops to nearly 4 degrees celsius and rises to 17 degrees Celsius in June. The rainfall in this area ranges from 760mm to 1,000 mm annually.

14. Surigao Del Sur, Philippines

Surigao del Sur, Philippines.

The Philippines is one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Many of its tourist spots are already famous around the world but still, a lot of places are less known to people. Such a place is Surigao Del Sur. Tucked in behind the rocky mountains of a small province called Surigao Del Sur lies the majestic river. You can dive into the river and can have fun away from the crowds of people. Places like Boracay and Palawan in the Philippines have become more popular with time. Don’t worry Surigao Del Sur is also coming on the radar.

15. Crooked Forest In Szczecin, Poland

Crooked Forest, Poland.

Discover the beauty of crooked trees near the town of Gryfino in western Poland. Nearly 400 pine trees in Crooked forests grow at a 90-degree angle from the roots. Scientists believe that the gravitational pull in the area is the reason behind the growth of trees in such a direction. Some guess that heavy snowfall weighed down the trees and some even say that the local farmers during plantation manipulated the trees. The mystery of this forest remains unresolved. These trees are believed to be planted in 1930. The height of these trees is nearly 50 feet.

What Are The Countries Having Best Scenic Beauty?

1. New Zealand.

2. Greece.

3. Italy.

4. Switzerland.

5. Spain.

6. Norway.

7. Australia.

8. Ireland.

Which Is The No. One Beautiful Country In The World?

Italy, without any doubt, is the world’s most beautiful country. It is number one as far as cultural heritage is concerned. Its scenic beauty, waterfalls, mountains, rivers, and adventurous activities are world-famous.

What Is India’s Rank In Most Beautiful Countries?

India ranks 7th as the most beautiful country in the world. According to a survey India secures 6.54 marks out of 10 to gain this position.

Which Country In The World Has The Most Natural Beauty?

Indonesia is the country holding this spot. The natural beauty score of Indonesia is 7.78 out of 10.

Which Are The Cheapest Countries In The World To Live In?

1. Vietnam.

2. Costa Rica.

3. Bulgaria.

4. Mexico.

5. South Africa.

6. China.

7. South Korea.

8. Thailand.

Hope you will enjoy reading this article. Stay connected to read my next articles. Till then Bye! God bless you all.

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