Exotic Places To Visit

Must-see Places Of The World

Exotic Places To Visit

Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Picchu is one of the most impressive UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is spread out to 800,000 acres of temples, gardens, and remains of the once sacred city, Incan. April is a great time to visit because it is right at the end of the rainy season, which means you might get a little wet but it also means that it won’t be too crowded. The trails will be less crowded. Machu Picchu is located in a small province and it takes effort to get there. You will need to wake up early to hike to Machu Picchu or you can take the bus. Catching the sunrise at Machu Picchu is one of the most magical moments. There are many temples and ruins to visit but you can also visit the agricultural terraces that were innovative methods used by the Incas to make the land cultivable. These terraces were very important since they allowed the Incas to adapt to mountainous terrain.

Botswana, Africa

Botswana is a popular destination for safaris. It is unique because its land is a combination of desert and delta which allows different parks to have very different safari experiences. There are different types of safari you can enjoy some of the most popular destinations are the Chobe National Park, Kalahari Desert, and the Okavango Delta. The Okavango Delta is the world’s largest inland delta, it is visible from outer space! The Okavango Delta is the habitat of some of the largest crocodiles in the world! Botswana is home to the densest elephant population in the world and the best place to spot them is the Chobe National park where they come to the Chobe River to drink and play. The Kalahari Desert is great for spotting cheetahs, black-maned lions, and the endangered African wild dog. 

Tayrona National Park, Colombia

Enjoy the hidden beaches with azure waters in the Tayrona national park. It is one of Colombia’s most popular national parks. The park is home to indigenous communities as well as ruins of past settlements. The national park is loved due to its beautiful waters and biodiversity. If you are looking for a beach getaway that is by the jungle where you can try exotic fruits and swim in beautiful lagoons it’s the spot for you. 

Vis, Croatia

Vis is a beautiful town on the Adriatic waters, it’s famous for its dramatic cliffs and exotic beaches. It is harder to get to since there are no direct flights. The town is a short boat ride away from the town Split, you can take the ferry or a speedboat. It has gained much popularity in recent years but it is still worth experience. You can still find a lot of untouched beauty, like hidden beaches. You can hike to the top of the island to visit the chapel and light candles. The most stunning sight to see is the Blue Cave, which is a natural wonder. When the sun is at its peak the cave is flooded with blue light, which is why it’s called Blue Cave. Overall Vis is a great option to explore nature, beaches and enjoy local food. 

Koh Rong Samloem, Cambodia

This is an island off Cambodia’s southern coast. It is not a tourist attraction and is not known by many, therefore there is no traffic and very little development on the island. You can paddle to explore the island but you can go boating as there are many boat operators available to take you on adventures. The boats can also take you to remote areas which might not be accessible with kayaks. One of the most magical experiences you can partake in on the island is night swimming with bioluminescent planktons off M’Pei Bay. You can also go rainforest hiking or if you choose to chill, sip coconuts as you swing in a hammock. 

Madagascar, East Africa

Madagascar is an island country in the Indian Ocean 400 kilometers off the coast of East Africa. Madagascar is known for its unique wildlife and biodiversity. Its biodiversity is unique and is a result of its geographic isolation. It has white sandy beaches, rainforests, and delicious local food to offer. It has terrains like no other, almost otherworldly, the Tsingy forest, also known as the “Forest of Knives”, and the Avenue of the Baobabs are just some of them. 

Bali, Indonesia

April is the start of the dry season in Bali which means it’s the perfect time to visit. Enjoy the beaches and enjoy the sun. While you are there, take a tour of the island’s ancient temples, there is much history in Bali to see. There is also a popular Elephant Safari Park that you should check out before returning home.

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