In the current age of urban hustle- bustle and too much of noise, traveling to an exotic destination is every traveler’s dream. Such destinations rejuvenate the body and mind during the travel. Exotic destinations are not only refreshing in landscapes and locations but even give a deep understanding of local history, heritage and culture of a place.
Visiting such places is once in a lifetime experience for any traveler which makes up good memories and breathtaking days. Whoever is planning to make an exciting travel trip should scout for this list of exotic destinations:
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Whether you want to wander through high mountain ranges or lose yourself on city streets, travellers looking for inspiration for a European holiday will find everything they need on Lonely Planet’s Best in Europe list for 2019. Brown bear in mountain landscape.
This year’s top destination in Europe, as chosen by Lonely Planet’s travel experts, is High Tatras, Slovakia. There, travellers can see mountains, waterfalls and even brown bears, which have been eradicated from most other regions of Europe.
The sea is stunning, the architecture is fascinating and the food is delicious. Rugged mountains, crystal clear waters and ancient towns are waiting in the small country of Montenegro. With a population of less than 700,000 and a diameter less than 300km, this Balkan country crams some of Europe’s most jaw-dropping scenery into quite a small area.
A luxurious new South American resort offers stargazers the ultimate celestial paradise. Settled nearly 12,000 feet above sea level on the arid grounds of Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni—Earth’s largest salt flat—the Kachi Lodge is host to numerous space-station-like dome pods.
But this is definitely not your average outdoor campsite. Inside the solar power-heated units are amenities and décor worthy of a hotel room, including a private bathroom, plush double bed, central stove, soft beige carpet, and, of course, incredible views of the star-lit sky at night and the sweeping desert landscape during the day.
In 1976, Howard Finster said he received a vision from God to create 5,000 sacred works of art; by his death in 2001, he’d completed nearly 47,000 .
Three new cities moved into the Best of the Best places to live in each state in America, according to the HomeSnacks 2019 reportSource: The Best Place To Live In Each State For 2019
Controversy is swirling around a 15th-century manuscript described as the “world’s most mysterious text” that has long baffled experts but was reportedly recently decoded by a researcher in the U.K.