Who wants to visit new places? And who doesn’t want to travel? The world has thousands of beautiful destinations, from beaches to mountains, deserts to islands.
If you ask the average person where they would like to go on vacation and play games, their answer usually falls into two categories: beach or mountain. And even though these two options aren’t necessarily bad at all, everyone eventually realizes that these locations don’t offer you much diversity.
So what can you do? Are you looking for someplace unique that offers adventure and culture? Or perhaps you want to see something breathtakingly beautiful? In either case, check out these cool places that you probably haven’t heard of before.
Best Travel Destinations in the World
1. Eilat in Israel
One of the first things people think about when it comes to traveling in Israel and Egypt. But did you know that Eilat is actually the largest city within Israel? It’s also a relatively modern city with many up-to-date amenities such as machine for games, swimming pools and tennis courts. If luxury hotels are more your style, then consider checking out Sahl Hasheesh – which means “seven stars.” This hotel is located only 1 hour by car from Eilat airport and has been rated one of the best resorts in Asia.
2. Ushuaia in Argentina
It’s easy to forget about Latin America if you’ve only caught wind of the recent political turmoil in Brazil. That being said, Argentina might not have seen the kind of turmoil that its northern counterpart has experienced, but there wasn’t anything wrong with exploring this nice little underrated destination. Spend time strolling around the cute cobblestone streets and shopping for souvenirs at markets featuring traditional clothing and handicrafts. You won’t regret it.
3. Cappadocia in Turkey
This land of rock formations and fairy chimneys is ideal for hiking, cave exploration, horse riding, and glass painting — perfect for taking pictures of yourself! There are lots of things here for tourists because of how close the province is to major cities such as Moscow and Istanbul. So, while visiting, make sure you explore everything this incredible region has to offer: drive through the rural areas, hike the numerous local trails and get down and dirty at a nearby winery.
4. Lake District in England
There’s no denying that the Lake District is stunning. For starters, there are over 200 waterfalls that await visitors, including the famous Fells Force. If you’re seeking something without too much walking, try the Coastguard Station, a pub that serves breakfast 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Although it may be tough to sleep in after watching the sunrise over the lake district daily, it will certainly be well worth waking up for.