8 Hidden Gems Of The World That You Need To See
Did you know that there are actually so many amazing places in the world and they’re not even as popular as they should be, owing to how beautiful and fascinating they are? If you are a travel enthusiast on the lookout for your next trip, you might want to check some of these places out.
If you’re interested in beautiful sights with a side of seclusion, Huacahina is the oasis town for you to be at. It’s the center of a really huge desert, but the town itself is unimaginable. Home to only 200 people, so blending in with the locals, and getting to explore their culture can be a treat for when you want to, otherwise you can be on your own and enjoy some alone-time. The Peruvian hills are known for being taken to with sand-boarding as well.
Lake Hillier, Australia
Lake Hillier is a gem of Australia tucked away in the Middle Island side of the country, which is only accessible via air. The fascinating thing about this lake is that it’s pink in color and it stays that way for the whole year. Discovered all the way back in 1802, a lot of people still don’t know about this beauty.
Playa De Amor, Mexico
Mexico is home to this extremely underrated ‘Hidden Beach’ which is what its name Playa De Amor literally translates to. It’s nothing short of a secret haven, with a variety of underwater caves to explore and an experience of pure soulfulness.
Silfra Fissure, Iceland
Iceland is a beautiful country in itself and Silfa Fissure does justice to the Icelandic name. It’s a part of Thingvellier National Park and is amazing for anyone with a knack for diving and swimming in water that is so clear that visibility is maintained for up to 300 meters. A huge thrill for adventurers and an absolutely stunning view.
Isola Bella, Italy
Italy hosts this island that radiates grace and charm the moment you step into it. It’s a small island but it packs more than double the views. The Borromeo Palace, which is known for its magnificence is the main attraction there, but it also hosts the prettiest gardens, terraces as well as fountains and you’ll also get to set your eyes on the royal birds of the island, white peacocks that you’ll find strolling around in the gardens.
Flores Island, Portugal
If you’re looking for something absolutely breath-taking filled with ginormous waterfalls, along with caves and greenery all around, Flores Island is the place to go to. As testament to this fact, UNESCO placed it on the world heritage list. Almost the entire island is populated with a variety of colorful flowers that coined the name of “a cape of flowers” for the place.
Lencois Maranhenses, Brazil
Brazil has the Lencois Maranhenses National Park as its hidden gem, where you will be able to see turquoise colored lagoons among the sand dunes, to the tune of thousands, during rainy season, which is simply delightful to see.
Saint Marcel d’Ardeche, France
France is home to this jaw-dropping cave that is brimming with a collection of beautiful colorful rocks and interconnection of water that seems like its shining and lighting up the way as you walk along the pathway.