The Faroe Islands are the Nordic adventure you never knew you needed. This quiet, quaint corner of the North Atlantic Ocean is one of Europe’s last true hidden gems. The people are friendly, the landscape is extreme and the culture is rich. You won’t find big-box chain businesses or crowded city streets. On the Faroe Islands, you will find an experience that will have you asking why you didn’t visit sooner.
The world’s been cooped up for the better part of two years. After spending all that time dreaming about your next vacation, deciding where to go next is harder than ever. If you’ve already visited most of your bucket-list destinations, consider taking the plunge on that truly once in a lifetime vacation. Dive historic wreck sites, climb one of the world’s highest peaks or treat yourself to that all-inclusive getaway. Here’s your guide to finding the perfect off-the-beaten-path vacation you never knew you were missing.
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“N.E.P.A.L: Never Ending Peace And Love” — the unofficial slogan for Nepal sits baking in the sun, carefully hand-painted onto the side of a small yellow taxi, its passengers unloading hiking packs from the roof. Some of the highest mountains in the world form a rock and snow panorama to the North. To the South, rolling forested hills dotted with small villages, terraced rice fields, and fast-flowing rivers fed from Himalayan glaciers.
Lakes and streams teem with brown trout, pike, catfish, and carp. Rare herbs and mushrooms grow in this region and make plant identification a great way to spend the afternoon. Aside from the natural wonders, the friendly hosts who welcome visitors from around the world make this an especially memorable place. Here, folklore and customs are very much alive and offer an extra special perspective into the culture of Serbia. Plus, the food is delicious.
Wisconsin’s largest state park attracts local attention, but is an under-the-radar top destination for those unfamiliar with the Midwest. Wisconsin as a state itself feels like a time capsule, with natural lakes, historic trails and unique rock formations.
Situated on the coast of southern Croatia, the vibrant city of Dubrovnik looks over the deep blue Adriatic Sea, across from the eastern coast of Italy. If you’ve never been, Dubrovnik is known for its narrow cobblestone streets, ancient city walls built during the 13th century, terra cotta roofs, and exquisite food. Sounds like the best vacation..ever?! Yea, we agree. If you’re still not convinced, here are 5 reasons to visit Dubrovnik, Croatia!
From ski resorts to mountains that look like candy canes, from architecture to nightlife, Azerbaijan is a relatively undiscovered travel gem.
Diverse heritage and wild places intersect here. In addition to trekking through small villages that may have their own languages and their own unique traditions thousands of years old, you’ll find views that take your breath away.