Top 10 Remote Destinations That You Would Love To See Once In Your Lifetime!

  1. Kampala, Uganda

If you are being able to explore the mountain gorillas, which is a mountain habitat, you will get to find an ultimate African experiences. It gives a true rare pleasure and leaves me in complete amazement. Going through thick African jungle with company of roaming gorillas can be a challenging trek. These kinds pf trek are led by the experienced trackers who allow you to get as much close as possible to the primates, on the other hand constantly ensuring that their natural thriving habitat do not get disturbed.


  1. Pak Ou Caves, Laos

These are the magnificent ancient caves which are high above the Mekong River approx. 25km from Luang Prabang, which is a Buddhist place of worship and a solitude for around 600 years or even more than that. Around 4,000 images of Buddha over that time was placed inside them. The place seemed quite humble to ponder the greater mysteries of life.

You must visit this place once in your life time. It would be a greatest opportunity for you as the peace that the caves will offer you would be something that you will always like to cherish.

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  1. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

If I am not wrong then these are the same curious islands on which Darwin was completing his research on the evolution of them. I was eager to explore them, but what I found is that it is comparatively remote and left me powerless to do anything instead of learning and relaxing. It would be a good experience to visit Galapagos Islands which are rarely available to the modern day tourist. The opportunity to explore an effectively untouched location would be a life time inspiration.

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  1. Placencia, Belize

This lost sandy peninsula in the south of Belize is another hidden gem that remains undiscovered by mainstream tourists. Aside from a few lost backpackers, it was a rare pleasure to relax with villagers in total anonymity. More lost islands are located just off the coast, which can be easily reached, and I would highly recommend them to those who have the extra time.


  1. Tikal, Guatemala

The Mayans left behind a majestic city that always seems remarkably undisturbed in the middle of its tropical jungle setting. By imagining how the Mayans once ruled this area of the world, it is easy to transport yourself back to a time of ancient and savage civilization.


  1. Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

My journey through this lush wildlife playground in the middle of a dry open desert in Africa left me wanting more. I witnessed rhinos and baboons roaming effortlessly and free against a stunning backdrop of the setting African sun. It was a truly untouched experience, where I felt as if I was immersed in the land itself.


  1. Angel Falls, Venezuela

Angel Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls I have ever had the pleasure of visiting, and is certainly the highest in the world. The overall trip experience is heightened by the adventure one needs to endure to get there. Travelling down wild rivers by canoe and sleeping in hammocks along the riverside makes it an unforgettable quest to find this spectacular natural wonder.


  1. Taj Mahal, Agra, India

The greatest monument to love on Earth. The passion that inspired the pristine structure, built so many centuries ago, left me in complete wonder. Even before its construction, the Taj Mahal was designed to become an inspiring example of beautiful architecture and remains so today, creating a powerful effect on visitors from all backgrounds.


  1. Otavalo Market, Ecuador

Every Saturday morning, the world’s largest craft market is brought to life with a wash of vibrant colour as the Otavalo Indians come down from the hills to market their wares. The electric energy in the air is captivating and puts you in a mood to spend and take home a special memory of this unique place.


  1. Potala Palace, Lhasa, Tibets

At one time Tibet was the spiritual and cultural heart of Asia. While the people of Tibet have had their struggles since the Cultural Revolution, their spirit was still palpable as soon as we set foot in Lhasa. The Potala Palace sits looming over the city as Buddhist monks passed by us on their daily routines, reminding us that this city was once the pulse of a nation in change.



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