12 Places to travel That Have Not Been Crowded Yet

If you are a traveller by heart, then you must have visited the popular tourist destinations of the world. The famous hill stations, beaches, valleys, religious places, historical monuments and the popular cities. But there are some places which haven’t been crowded yet. Here are some places listed below which you must visit if you want to explore something new. The beauty of these places will take your breath away.

1. Belum Caves, Andhra Pradesh

Belum Caves, Andhra Pradesh

These are the longest caves in India. They were discovered by some Britishers a long way back. These are the example of actual natural beauty.

2. Coles Bay, Australia

Coles Bay, AustraliaIt is the East coast of Tasmania. The cliffs here, touching the cool blue ocean looks amazing here. You can do fishing and snorkelling here. The mere sight of this place is very soothing and you can spend hours here doing just nothing.

3. Matheran, MaharashtraMatheran, Maharashtra

It is a very small hill station in Maharashtra which is quite clean and tidy. It not much populated with tourists like other hill stations which makes it unique. Even the entry of the vehicles is banned by the government. The only means to enter this place is by a small train.

4. Sandakphu, West BengalSandakphu, West Bengal

Only a few people would have heard about this place. It is the highest peak of West Bengal. Here you can have the best views of distant peaks covered with snow. The weather remains cold and if you want a good trek, this is the place for you!

5. Cache River State Natural Area, Illinois

Cache River State Natural Area, Illinois

This is actually a swamp which has many endangered species. You can use a canoe to explore it.

6. Majuli, AssamMajuli, Assam

It is a large island in the Brahmaputra River. You can get to see tribal villages and lovely tea gardens. Mask and pottery making are of interest here. Bird watching can be a good option too because you can get to see numerous migratory birds.

7. Dzukou Valley, NagalandDzukou Valley, Nagaland

You can reach this valley by trekking. Although the trekking here is a little tough but it is definitely worth the view of this valley. Here is a river stream that passes through the valley which adds to its awe-inspiring beauty.

8. Sossusvlei Dunes, Namibia

Sossusvlei Dunes, Namibia

These are the beautiful sand dunes. You will have to walk a lot to witness the breathtaking views. You would not have seen such a natural beauty before in your life.

9. Bekal Fort, Keralabekal

Unlike other Forts of India, Kings or emperor did not use to live here. It doesn’t have numerous rooms and passages. It was used to store aluminium. But the beauty of this Fort is no less than any other. It is surrounded by water on the three sides which make it look more amazing.

10. Makgadikgadi Pans, BotswanaMakgadikgadi Pans, Botswana

This is a dried up lake in the Kalahari Desert. In the summers, the lake this place has a different view but in winters, due to heavy rains, it again becomes a lake and you can see a lot of animals around it.

11. Baratang IslandBaratang Island

This is a small island which is a part of the Andaman and Nicobar islands. This is the only place in India where you can find Mud Volcanoes. These are active volcanoes and there is no other place where you will get to watch them. The marine life is also worth seeing. There are places here where you can dive and have a peep into the marine life.

12. Lake Malawi, MalawiLake Malawi, Malawi

This is one of the largest lakes in the world. The marine life here is amazing to see. There are 1300 species of tropical fish. You can spend hours just admiring the beauty of the lake.

These places might not be popular among tourists. They don’t have big budget hotels and luxury cab services at these places, but their natural beauty can’t be beaten. They have the potential of becoming good tourist destinations but that might disturb or spoil the untouched beauty of these places. These are simply a pleasure to your eyes. Once you go there, you can never forget the wonderful sights.

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