- Murmansk, Russia
Wish to experience the famous aurora borealis, but visiting Norway or Iceland seems next to impossible? There are towns in Russia that offer the same Northern lights view without much crowd. Murmansk is a little village situated in the northern part of Russia, here you can enjoy lights, polar life and get to see a winter wonderland.
- Kyoto, Japan
Kyoto was the capital of Japan at one point in time. This quaint city is located on Honshu Island and is known for its classical Buddhist temples, gorgeous gardens, grand and imperial palaces, intricate Shinto shrines and ancient wooden houses. It’s also famous for retaining its formal traditions like kaiseki dining, unmatched culinary art, and geishas (female entertainers of the Gion district).
- Rabat, Morocco
Moroccan capital-Rabat lies ideally alongside Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. This city will take you the lanes of Moroccan culture and landmarks that showcase Islamic and French-colonial heritage, along with famous Kasbah of the Udayas and souqs. This gorgeous city has an iconic Hassan Tower, dated back in the 12th-century. It is situated above the ruins of a mosque.
- Nuuk, Greenland
Nuuk is a tiny abode situated on Greenland’s southwest coast. It definitely had more than one reason to visit- bathing under fascinating waterfalls, witnessing whales and walking on the icebergs. Here you will find, a waterfront dotted with little brightly colored houses standing in front of Sermitsiaq mountain. For history enthusiasts, Greenland National Museum is a paradise with mummies and Inuit skin boats, while art lovers should make it to the Nuuk Art Museum that displays local works.
- Kauai, Hawaii, USA
Hawaii is one of the most visited tourists destinations in the world, but Kauai Island in the Central Pacific has a different vibe. Also known as ‘The Garden Isle’ it is blessed with the tropical rainforest covering most of its surface. The sharp cliffs and periphery of Na Pali Coast can be seen in major Hollywood films, whereas a 10-mile-long Waimea Canyon along with the Nounou Trails is hot hiking destinations in the area.
- Chiloé Island, chile
Chiloé Island, chile is surely a land of myths and legends, with its unique folklore and culinary traditions, it attracts hundreds of travelers every year. The idea of entering a magical world blessed with nature and culture fascinated everyone. From Lemuy Island to Arauco Territory, it offers you a number of breathtaking views.
- Galway, Ireland
For those looking for a cool Bohemian vibe for their next holiday, Galway is the best choice. It has liveliest pub culture for you to enjoy drinks, for beach lovers Salthill Promenade is the ultimate place, and for foodies are plenty of local food joints serving scrumptious food. To make most of it, visit Galway during Galway International Arts Festival, and enjoy an artistic party happening in the city.
- Adelaide, Australia
Adelaide is rich in culture, local flavors, eventful fairs, and entertainment activities. You will get to drink at world-famous wineries while in Adelaide and dine in style in some of Australia’s award-winning restaurants located in the heart of Adelaide. Party animals can drink and dance at the annual festivals or stay happy high till dawn exploring Adelaide’s nightlife and bar scene. Adelaide is home to Australia’s best restaurants, hotels, wineries, fine gin, and sparkling beaches.
- Palawan, Philipines
Palawan is one of the top names in any beach lover’s list. With its cobalt-blue waters, green landscape and tropical weather is a hot selling destination amongst couples and adventure seekers. Secret beaches of El-Nido will leave you in awe for a lifetime while the marine life of Coron will compel you to come back and dive again here. Canoeing through the underground river and boating on Puerto Princesa is one of its kind experiences.
- Thar Desert, India
With sand all around and vibrant shades of local culture will mesmerize you. You will find delicious food, sand camps, and a lot of adventure activities. You will enjoy sand dune bashing, attending folk dance events, and eating what locals eat here in the country of a million colors and diverse cultures.