Dream holiday is a perfect thing for everyone. But while someone prefers to relax on a resort, others enjoy happy days surrounded by nature in a camping. And also you will always find those who like to discover non-touristy places to visit and see something new.

These 10 corners of the world are undoubtedly remarkable, but due to the circumstances, they are not very favored by tourists. So now is the best time to visit them! But hurry up: everything goes to the fact that soon there will be crowds of people who want to see interesting places…

Jose Ignacio, Uruguay

Only three hundred people live in this beautiful village in South America. Still, it is comfortable and calm place for tourists. Besides, in winter Latin celebrities like to have a rest in this ideal place!

Jose Ignacio

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Jose Ignacio

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Jose Ignacio

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Koh Rong, Cambodia

If you want to escape from civilization, this place is for you! There are no cars, no planes, no blinding lights. Koh Rong island is often described as the way, Thailand looked like 20 years ago.

Koh Rong

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Koh Rong

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Koh Rong

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Sofia, Bulgaria

Sofia is the cheapest destination among European capitals. It has its own history and breathtaking architectural monuments. It is strangely enough, but in recent years, there’re no crowds of tourists here

Sofia

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Sofia

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Sofia

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Ambergris Caye, Belize

The past of this island is full of adventures. Ancient Maya lived there… whalers and pirates rested between raids on its shores… Now this is a quiet place, which offers an exquisite holiday on a magnificent sea.

Ambergris Caye

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Ambergris Caye

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Ambergris Caye

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Bagan, Myanmar

The landscapes here are truly breathtaking. In fact it is not the city we usually mean it: thousands of pagodas and stupas are scattered over vast territory. The number of tourists here constantly increases, but still it’s not too late to see this magnificent place as it was many years ago.

Bagan

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Bagan

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Bagan

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Roatan, Honduras

Despite the fact that this island is truly magical, the tourists are not in a hurry to Honduras. After all, this is not the safest place in the world!

Roatan

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Roatan

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Roatan

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Zambia and Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls is both a political and geographical boundary between these two countries. On one side of the rock is Zimbabwe, and on the other — the Republic of Zambia. This amazing place is located near the Hwange National Park — a stunning place that is famous for its nature and wild animals that live there.

Zambia and Zimbabwe

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Zambia and Zimbabwe

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Zambia and Zimbabwe

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Busan, South Korea

The crowds of tourists visit Seoul every year. You can do better by visiting Busan, the second largest city in South Korea. It is also called the summer capital because of the numerous beaches. In this city you will find different museums and other attractions, such as the fish market and the bird sanctuary.

Busan

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Busan

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Busan

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Phú Quốc, Vietnam

Fukuok is a real paradise. White beaches, crystal clear water, lush green… Here you can do diving, boating and hiking. The only reason why you should not go there – you will not want to go back home!

Phú Quốc

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Phú Quốc

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Phú Quốc

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Salinas Grandes, Argentina

This desert is actually a huge salt flat 250 kilometers long and 100 kilometers wide. After the rain it turns into a giant mirror. The tourists don’t like this place much, although it is very atmospheric!

Salinas Grandes

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Salinas Grandes

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Salinas Grandes

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