Top 10 exotic holiday destinations in the world

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Top 10 exotic holiday destinations in the world
Top 10 exotic holiday destinations in the world

Hello everyone. Hope you all had a great weekend. Winter is about to say adieu and summers are on the pavement. What next then? Am I guessing right? Aha.. Planning for an exotic vacation in summers. Well I think that the below content would be the best one for you all who are planning for an exotic vacation. Let me guide you to some of the very exotic destinations in the world to visit for.

  1. Kotor Bay, Montenegro: Have you ever been to Montenegro. If no, then this would be the best time to visit this place, especially the Bay of Kotor. Many people simply call this place as This winding bay will engulf you with its emerald waters and picturesque mountains and the fascinating shoreline houses along with the beautiful medieval towns like Perast adds on more to its beauty where you can stop for relishing its delicacies and can also get an opportunity to interact with the locals and know their dialects.
Bay-of-Kotor
Bay-of-Kotor
  1. Petra, Jordan: Does anyone of you remember the famous Hollywood movie “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” starring Harrison Ford? Well if yes, then many of that movie scenes were been shot over here. The place which is rising out of a cliff between the Red and Dead Sea, is the lost city of Petra which still has many secrets to reveal. It consists of several tombs and ancient carved structures which are spread across a huge marvelous sandy landscape.
Petra-Jordan
Petra-Jordan
  1. Bagan: Many of you might have heard about Lord Buddha and his stupas. Well there is one place where you can find in abundance the Buddhist temples and many stupas. The place is Bagan, which is been considered as the home of the largest and densest concentration of Buddhist temples and stupas in the world. A very handful people know that once this mighty city was eventually been reigned by the mongolians.

 

Bagan
Bagan
  1. Arashimaya Bamboo Forest, Japan: Ever visited Japan, the land of islands and technology? If you ever plan to visit Japan, then for sure do visit the Arashimaya Bamboo forest. This famous forest is literally besieged with famous tombs and temples which is quite close to the “Moon Crossing Bridge”. Even the pavement for walking seems so fascinating that one could ever imagine whether they are walking in a forest or not. Moreover, it will create a feeling of walking into a Bamboo tent surrounded by tall, green bamboo sticks, thus creating a natural unique look. Hence this place is worth exploring.

 

Arashiyama-Bamboo-Forest-Japan
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest Japan
  1. Seychelles: The country of Seychelles is a unique destination to explore in itself. Spread across 175 square miles of the Indian Ocean, it’s a chain of 115 islands, the largest archipelago available in the world. A person can visit this place at anytime in the year as this area is free from the cyclone belt. To visit this place a private 62 seated yacht has also been facilitated so as to go through this archipelago. Also a person can relish the various delicacies and varieties of drinks available on this yacht along with having an amazing and fascinating ride of this area. This area is worth exploring and I bet that you will carry along with you a lot of memories.
Seychelles
Seychelles
  1. Azores, Portugal: The nine-island chain of Azores, Portugal is also one of the most fascinating places to visit. Last spring, Ryan-air and Easy-Jet began offering low-cost flights to connect the Azores’ capital city of Ponta Delgada, on the main island of Sao Miguel, to London and Lisbon, raising the profile of this nine-island chain dramatically. Even Americans find it very surprising as it seems very easy to reach through a four-hour direct flight from Boston. One of the most amazing things about Sao Miguel is the striking volcanic stone and concrete Archipelago Contemporary Arts Centre.
Azores-Portugal
Azores Portugal
  1. Kamalame Cay, The Bahamas: Bahamas is always on the top charts due to its amazing scenery and famous cruises. But a very few person know about a private island- the Kamalame Cay which is just a 15-minute flight from Nassau and offers an isolated sanctuary surrounded by crystal-clear water and shaded with rustling palms. A person if visits this place should definitely discover the beauty of underwater life with a scuba expedition at the island’s Dive Centre.
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Kamalame Cay The Bahamas
  1. Sandy Cay, British Virgin Islands: This is a small nature preserve in the British Virgin Islands. This place is great for snorkeling and swimming, due to the crystal-clear water and a shallow reef. A person visiting this place should explore the white-sand beach. It is said that this white sand beach is the home to endangered leather back turtles which snorkel in the waters around Sandy Spit. Wow, a person will get a chance to witness such endangered species.
Sandy-Cay-British-Virgin-Islands
Sandy Cay British Virgin Islands
  1. The Great Barrier Reef: As one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Great Barrier Reef holds a spot on every traveler’s bucket list. Stretching from the east coast of Queensland, Australia, the Great Barrier Reef extends from Cape York in the north all the way to Bundaberg in the south which totals a complete area of 1250 miles, comprising of 3000 coral reefs, 600 islands and 1625 species of fish. Wherever you decide to hang out, the Great Barrier Reef is a treasure trove of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Whether you’re unfolding at marine life through a scuba mask, letting the tropical breeze furl your sail, or in a plane gliding high above it all, the possibilities for exploration are nearly limitless.
The-Great-Barrier-Reef
The Great Barrier Reef
  1. Bora Bora (French Polynesia): Bora Bora (whose original name in the Tahitian language means “first-born”) is a luxury traveler’s dream. With two mountains in the center of the island and a picture-perfect lagoon and barrier reef surrounding it, it’s the quintessential location for rest, relaxation and romance. “Getting away from it all” is defined by a stay in one of Bora Bora’s famed thatched-roof bungalows, which are often outfitted with glass floors to allow views of an underwater world filled with manta rays and sharks.
Bora Bora
Bora Bora

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