Top 10 Hidden Destinations Around The World You Need To Explore -

Top 10 Hidden Destinations Around The World You Need To Explore

If you’re an avid traveller, you’ve probably hit up the major tourist destinations at least once. You’ve seen the Eiffel Tower glimmering beneath the stars, tossed a coin into the Trevi Fountain, seen the golden gates of Buckingham Palace, and ridden along a narrow canal in Amsterdam.


Sometimes, it’s nice to take a step off the beaten path and explore some of the lesser-known wonders our world has to offer. 


You won’t find noisy crowds or bustling tour groups at these hidden spots. Perfect for the ultimate adventure, these places will take your breath away with their natural splendour and majestic scenery.


Grab a map, a camera, and your favourite exploring partner, and plan a trek to one of these secret destinations for the ultimate traveller experience.


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Quinta Da Regaleira, Portugal

Located in the historic town of Sintra, Portugal, this majestic residence boasts floors of unique architecture and dreamy gardens to explore. The building was constructed in the early 20th century and features majestic fountains, secret underground tunnels, a grand chapel, and more. Wind into the depths of the earth as you journey through the spiralling wells of this magical spot.





Lake Hillier, Australia 

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You don’t need rose-coloured glasses when visiting this spot, because it’s as perfectly pink as it gets. Lake Hillier is a vibrant lake situated on an island off the coast of Western Australia. The water is a bright bubble-gum hue due to the high concentration of salt. It looks almost like a giant puddle of strawberry milk and is by far the most whimsical body of water you’ll ever come across.







Huacachina, Peru

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This tiny village is tucked away between desert sand dunes. Located several miles from the city of Ica, Huacachina

has a population of only a few hundred people. The town is built around a stunning blue lagoon which appears amidst mountains of sand. This desert oasis is perfect for exploring and forgiving ‘sandboarding’ a try.






Svaneti, Georgia 

This rugged, ancient land is home to spectacular mountain ranges, charming villages, and fields blanketed by vibrant wildflowers. Explore the snow-clad Caucasus Mountain, and visit hundreds of medieval stone watchtowers which are strewn throughout the area. You’ll be whisked away to another time as you gaze out at the untamed wilderness this hidden place has to offer. 

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Fly Geyser, U.S.A

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This incredible wonder in Washoe County, Nevada was actually formed by mistake. Workers drilling a well hit geothermal boiling water and abandoned the project. Over time, calcium carbonate deposits began to form as water erupted from the opening. The other-worldly looking mound grew by several inches each year, developing into a six-foot-tall colourful formation. 






The Castle of Ravadinovo, Bulgaria

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Put on your glass slippers, because this spot will make you feel as though you’ve ventured into a fairytale. This whimsical castle was actually constructed in the ’90s, though it feels as though it’s stood there since the beginning of time. From ivy-covered turrets to blooming gardens, this enchanting palace is truly fit for a princess. Wander past impressive fountains and through a dreamy wine cellar at this hidden destination.





Grand Prismatic Spring, U.S.A

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In the wilderness of Yellowstone National Park lies an incredible pool of water that looks like it could be out of a fantasy book. The Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hot spring in the United States and is known for its fantastic rainbow hues. The water may give off different tones depending on the season, and you won’t want to take your eyes off this incredible natural wonder.






Jajce, Bosnia

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The ancient town of Jajce is brimming with history. One of the most fascinating features of the village is the turquoise waterfall situated right in the town centre. You can venture up a viewing platform to get the most amazing look at the picturesque scene. The historic spot offers many things to explore, from the ruins of a medieval castle to eerie catacombs situated beneath the ground.






Caminito Del Rey, Spain

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This stunning suspended hiking trail will take you high into the air, allowing you to take in the scenic views. The walkway runs along the towering cliff face of a gorge in Malaga. For many years, the trail was considered too dangerous, but a recent restoration has allowed it to become a travel destination. You’ll feel like you’re flying as you wind your way along the raised pathways and across stretching suspension bridges.






Fairy Pools, Scotland

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Tucked away in the enchanting Isle of Skye lie some secret fairy pools. You can explore these

breathtaking, glimmering blue pools as you hike through the rugged wilderness. Surrounded by magical waterfalls and majestic mountains, you’ll half expect to see a real fairy flickering around the water’s edge.

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