These Are the World’s Most Exotic Destinations
Looking for a trip that will lead you to uncharted, unexplored, hidden destinations that aren’t swarming with people? From mind-blowingly beautiful lakes to eye dropping, man-made masterpieces, these inspiring, exotic and humbling destinations are sure to do give you the experience of a lifetime.
Lake Como, Italy
This gorgeous mountain lake is one of Italy’s most luxurious destinations. In just under a two-hour drive from Milan, you’ll reach incredible vineyards, authentic Italian delicacies, and relaxing and romantic boat rides to take to the various gorgeous mansions that line the lake.
Pisco is a brandy made in Pisco, Peru and is the main ingredient in the frothy Pisco Sour, Peru’s national cocktail. In addition to offering many different watering holes where you can taste this specialty drink, Pisco also has one of the most unique coastlines, as it is surrounded by desert land.
Aside from sunrise hot air balloon rides, Cappadocia offers a wide range of unique treks through the city’s winding roads and through the beautiful mountainside because of its stunningly unusual landscape. From ruins to culture to virtually untouched nature, Cappadocia is one of Turkey’s most valuable jewels.
Angkor Wat, Siem Riep, Cambodia
“If you visit Corfu you will never leave it” – the unofficial motto of the Greek isle certainly is convincing with views like these.
Fiji is an archipelago in the South Pacific that consists of 300 islands, one of the most popular being Viti Levu, the main island. Nadi, one of the island’s main cities, is known for its upscale resorts, its sacred Hindu site, Sri Siva Subramaniya, and of course, dozens of exciting water sports.
Lake Baikal, Russia
A trip to the deepest lake in the world will leave you not only with astonishing views, but also with the chance to experience Siberian culture and foods as well as access to thermal hot springs.
Fregate Island, Seychelles
Does it really get more relaxing and exotic than the Seychelles? Crystal clear waters and untouched beaches: what more could you ask for?