Check out these under the radar travel destinations. Perfect for anyone looking for an exotic vacation and a little bit of adventure, these buried treasures are off the beaten path and have unparalleled beauty. Skip the crowds, but do not forget your camera. You will want to remember your vacation forever and share the best moments with your friends and family. Talk to ProEditors about getting 50% off your first video edit!
Tucked into the Fjallabak Nature Reserve is this stunning piece of landscape. The Landmannalauger region is known for its geothermal baths that sit at the edge of a magnificent 500-year-old lava field.
This region is also the jumping off point for one of the top 20 trails in the world according to National Geographic: The Laugavegur Trail. A 49-mile journey, hikers will encounter breathtaking snow-covered peaks, hillsides of piercing black obsidian, and glacier-fed rivers.
Like something out of a fairy tale, Alesund is an iconic town built at the mouth of Norway’s northwestern fjords. After a fire in 1904, the town was built with brick and stone in Art Nouveau style.
Those who visit in winter will have the opportunity to ski-tour the 6,500 foot mountains that rise out of the Atlantic Ocean. The surrounding fjord landscape is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and includes dazzling waterfalls and mountain farms.
Kananaskis Country, Canada
The Canadian Rockies loom high over the grassy meadows and pristine rivers of Kananaskis Country. This park system is bursting with year-round recreational opportunities. From easy, scenic hiking trails to alpine peaks, this region has something for every outdoor lover. You can’t take bad photos of this dramatic landscape, so make sure to bring your camera.
Shiratani Unsuikyo Ravine, Yakushima Island, Japan
The jaw-dropping forest that makes up the Shiratani Unsuikyo Ravine is lush with emerald moss and ancient cedars. A network of picturesque trails weave through the forest and are suited for every ability level.
Keep an eye out for wild monkeys, ancient footbridges and obscure natural wonders. It’s no surprise this magical forest was inspiration for Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke.
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