Six Incredible Yet Unknown Destinations Across The Globe

Published November 28, 2011
Updated January 12, 2018

Incredible Unknown Destinations: Lord Howe Island, Australia

Lord Howe Island Incredible Yet Unknown Destinations

Lord Howe Island is a small island located two hours away from Sydney, Australia. The island earns it’s “hidden gem” tag because there are only officially 350 residents on the whole island while only 400 tourists are allowed to visit at any given time. With no overcrowding, there is ample opportunity to appreciate the unspoiled paradise boasting pristine beaches, clear waters, rainforests, volcanic peaks, unique wildlife and a stunning crystal lagoon bordered by coral reef make it one of the most stunning unknown destinations in the world.

Photograph Of Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island

Incredible Yet Unknown Destinations

Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic

Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov is a medieval town located near the Vltava River in the Czech Republic and is part of UNESCO’s world heritage list. Dating back to the thirteenth century, the fairytale town is a little known tourist gem – replete with a towering castle, cobbled alleyways, and surrounding rolling hillside. The town is renowned for its magnificent architecture, particularly of Baroque design. The name, befittingly, translates as ‘crooked meadow’.

Cesky Krumlov Czech Republic

Cesky Krumlov Incredible Yet Unknown Destinations

Unknown Destinations Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov Incredible Destinations

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