14 Holiday Destinations you’ve Probably Never Heard of

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Here’s a list of travel destinations that should be on every traveler’s map, but you’ve probably never heard of them;

Stairway to Heaven

Stairway to heaven, which is also referred to as the Haiku Stairs, provides quite stunning views of the place Oahu, Hawaii. This place built by the US military is a 3,922-step hike done during the World War II for the soldiers to access the radio antennae signal 2,000 feet up.


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Jericoacoara is a very small fishing village which is 300 kms from Brazil’s capital beaches stretch for several miles & electricity arrived here only 20 years ago. This beach often attracts windsurfers from across the world.


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Jain temple of Ranakpur

The Jain temple of Ranakpur is one of the most spectacular and beautiful temples with more than 1,440 pillars all made up in marble with no tow being same.



Amphi-theater of El Jem

The Amphi-theater of El Jem which falls in Tunisia bears quite a resemblance to the counterpart in Rome.


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Svalbard Islands

Svalbard Islands is an archipelago halfway between Norway & the North Pole.




PangongTso dissects the India-Tibet border and is a long, narrow enchanted lake that reflects the mountains behind it.

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Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls has more than 500 cu. meters of water cascading over its edge each minute and is a waterfall which forms a border between Zambia &Zimbabwe.




Alberobello is a village in Italy which is known for its cone shaped houses and mouth watering local cuisine.


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The crooked forest of West Poland

The crooked forest which falls in the western Poland has around 400 tall pine trees which are all bent at an angle of 90 degrees at the base. And the best part is, the cause of this bend is unknown.

Jiuzhaigou Valley: Jiuzhaigou Valley is a remote region to the northern Sichuan which stretches over 180,000 acres and is known for its multi level waterfalls & colorful lakes which are so clean, the waters are crystal clear.



Hitachi Seaside Park

Hitachi Seaside Park is a 470 acre reserve in Ibaraki (Japan) where the area is known for its spectacular flowers like burning bush and daffodils.


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Huacachina is a resort town in Peruvian desert. It resembles an oasis built around a natural small lake in the Ica Region


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Las Lajas Sanctuary of Columbia

The Las Lajas Sanctuary built between 1916 & 1944 to commemorate Virgin Mary is a wonderful site where visitors often place plaques on cliffs surrounding the neo gothic church.


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