We suggest you to get acquainted with the places that are not so popular now and are in demand among tourists. However, they are no less exciting and picturesque than the most famous tourist destinations in the world. By the way, they have a definite plus: the absence of curious crowds of people with selfie sticks, smartphones and cameras.
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These places you can safely delete from your list. Most likely, you will never go there. So accept and just get acquainted with them virtually.
1. Snake Island
Queimada Grande or Snake Island (Brazil) is home to a huge population of some of the deadliest snakes in the world.The poison of the golden spear-headed viper is not just lethal, it practically melts human flesh around the bite. By the way, their population density is one snake per 1 sq.m. For security reasons, the Brazilian government does not allow visiting this island, and the team of any research expeditions must have a doctor. Continue reading
Would love to get there, is not it? Then add these places to your wish list, and dreams (if you really strive for them) tend to come true.
1. Devil’s Font
Victoria Falls in southeastern Africa is more than two times larger than Niagara: it is about 110 meters high and about 1,700 meters wide. And for some brave men, the upper part of the waterfall is another place to swim. Continue reading
To complete the construction of a large-scale facility may take years and decades of hard work, as well as a lot of finance. That is why some historical sights have remained unfinished. Lack of labor, lack of funds or even the death of those who initiated the construction – these are just the main reasons. So, the ten most famous “unfinished” in the world.
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Do you really want to escape from the daily routine, monotony and chaos of life? Then these incredibly remote, undisturbed, and untouched places are just for you.
1. Easter Island, Chile
It is more than 3,000 km away from civilization and is known for its statues, carved by people of the Rapa Nui tribe from volcanic stone between 1250 and 1500 AD. Continue reading