The world is full of off the beaten track destinations that are often overlooked by tourists. If you want to explore a different corner of the globe in 2016, you will find this list of under-the-radar destinations useful.
This island is located 20 miles from Brisbane and is a popular weekend retreat for the city locals. The activities you can take part in North Stradbroke Island include swimming, hiking, surfing, and fishing. The island has five beaches with more than ten inland lakes. Look out for koala bears and whales on this island as this is one of the best resorts for whale-watching.
Hocking Hills State Park in Ohio, USA
In Hocking Hills State Park, you can take part in many activities such as biking, archery, camping, and hiking. The park spreads more than 2000 acres and is most notable for its amazing waterfalls. If you’d like to stay overnight at the park, there are more than 150 campsites, most of which are fully equipped with hot showers and toilets.
This paradise island is surrounded by water and is only accessible by boat. More than 20 per cent of the world’s tropical fish species swim in Koh Lipe. There are also a variety of developed and deserted beaches, where you can totally relax on your own. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay overnight, some of these beach resorts offer spacious bungalows and large decking areas that overlook the sea.
Şanlıurfa in Turkey
This historic city dates back around 3000 years ago and is commonly called Urfa. The caves as well as the other ancient sites attract thousands of Muslim visitors every year. Don’t miss the main attractions of this city include the old covered bazaar, the archaeological museum, and the fortress of Nimrod. Nearby, there is the Gobekli Tepe, which is the world’s oldest temple that dates back to more than 10,000 years ago.
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This picturesque town is located in the Soca Valley and surrounded by tall green mountains. Aside from the rolling green pastures, Kobarid also has a vast history, with many archeological sites that date back to the Iron Age. Visit the war museum commemorating Slovenia’s role in World War I. After you’ve explored the museum, check out some of the finest restaurants that are scattered all across the city.
Virunga Volcano in Rwanda
Rwanda is home to eight volcanoes, most of which are on the border of Uganda. If you love hiking, take the 15,000 feet hike to Virunga Volcano. Your effort will be rewarded with the most amazing views of chimpanzees, elephants, and mountain gorillas. Rwanda has something to offer every adventurous traveller from all corners of the world.