There are thousands of tourist destinations available. Some of them are more crowded than you may think. However, as people roam the earth, new locations are being discovered and the newly discovered sites will soon become the next big thing.
These 7 destinations are yet to experience this inevitable flood of people, so you better visit now before word gets out!
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Oh no, it isn’t about the ocean consuming itself. The hole in the ocean, known as Thor’s Well, is actually a hole in a rock and is only 20 feet deep. But if you wish to visit the place, make sure to bring a zoom lens so you won’t have to get closer and be swept in the hole. Thor’s Well is located off the coast of Cape Perpetua in the Oregon coast.
Ciudad Perdida, Colombia
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A lost civilization that is 650 years older than that of Machu Picchu is now on the travel radar. Founded in 800 AD, the Ciudad Perdida (Lost City) was managed by the local Tairona tribe. After thousands of years, the place was lost until it was rediscovered in 1972 by treasure looters. A trip to the place would cost $310 for a six-day hike and a 27 mile journey.
Red Seabeach, China
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The largest wetland seems to belong to another world with its alkaline soil. The whole area seems dyed when the reed marsh grows and in its brightest. September is the best time of the year to come. Red Seabeach is located in Dawa County. Tourists can get a closer look at the red marsh via a wooden walkway.
Cave of Crystals, Mexico
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Be well-connected to scientists who work in the Naica Cave before you get the chance to personally witness its beauty. Selenite crystals inside the cave reach up to 39 feet in length and weigh 55 tons. The cave is unbearably hot and requires a special cooling suit and mask. Naica Cave is located in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico.
Fall Canyon, Death Valley, California
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Fall Canyon is usually an underrated beauty which boasts its unique geological marvel. The place, though it is prone to epic floods, is covered with towering layered rocks. Walking through the canyon makes you feel terribly small.
Pangong Tso Lake, India & China
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In the highlands of the Himalayas lies the true beauty of the clear waters of Pangong Tso Lake. The peaceful waters seem to cover the tension it may bring between the two giant countries. The lake, at about 14,270 feet above sea level is worth your travel-brag on Facebook. Pangong Tso Lake is a five-hour drive from Leh, India.
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It’s Roman architecture in the middle of a Lebanese Valley. The place is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site about 53 miles northeast of Beirut, Lebanon’s capital. Roman architecture came to this land after the Romans occupied it after the Phoenicians. All and all, the history of the valley goes back some 5,000 years.