Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

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Venice, the Taj Mahal, the Great Wall of China — everyone understands that these picturesque places are literally teeming with tourists with cameras. But there are still beautiful corners in the world where there is something to take pictures of, except for the blurred backs of strangers' heads. Botswana, little—known castles of Italy and even Uzbekistan - The Daily Mail has collected the best options this year.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

The secret lagoon on Miniloc Island in the Philippines, also called Miniloc Lagoon, is hidden behind a large wall of cliffs. To get there, you need to squeeze into a small gap between the rocks. It is best to come here between November and April, during the drought season.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

The paddy fields of Ubud in Bali are quite a famous place, but not much spoiled yet. Tourists are not allowed to walk through these magnificent emerald fields, so they remain untouched. There is a great point there for taking a view of the fields, so great photos can be taken here. The best time to travel to Bali in terms of weather is from May to July, but rice cultivation here does not depend on the seasons, so the fields are green all year round.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Castello di Castle Sammezzano in the Italian province of Tuscany is hiding among the hills. This is a real kaleidoscope of flowers, built in 1605. In the last two decades it has stood abandoned. The castle belongs to private individuals, it is not a museum, and there is no work schedule. What is most pleasant, because of this, you will hardly see crowds of tourists here and will be able to enjoy the beautiful views to the fullest. To do this, you need to register on the website and have one of the volunteers accompany you. If you want to visit this castle, it is better to do it as soon as possible, because it has been put up for sale.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Wild safari in the Okavango Delta in Botswana is a long and expensive journey. This is probably the best place to shoot wildlife. There are 19 picturesque fields open to the public, which can only be accessed by small private planes. Unlike most safaris, there are no fences and animals roam freely in large numbers, while there are very few tourists here. It is best to go here in July or August, when the water rises. Huge flocks of animals move closer to the watering hole, and the weather is warm and pleasant.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Bagan in Myanmar has become accessible to visitors in the last few years due to changes in the political life of the country. These places are rapidly gaining popularity, but there is still an opportunity to look at these magnificent and well-preserved temples. The sooner you get here before the crowds of tourists find out about these places, the better. It is best to go to Myanmar between November and February, when the monsoon has already stopped, but it is not too hot yet.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

The magnificent fields of Moravia in the Czech Republic are not very well known among travelers, but photographers who shoot landscapes, as well as wine lovers who travel through the vineyards and study local unusual varieties, know about them. The best time to travel here is late summer, when the grape harvest is in full swing.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Machangulo Grotto in Mozambique is located on an island that can be reached by boat, an hour's sail from Maputo. Here are some of the best conditions for scuba diving in the world, and the best part is that there are not as many divers as in the promoted places. There are truly deserted beaches here, as well as private river cruises among mangroves. The best time is from May to November, when it is not so hot and there is a low probability of rain.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Samarkand in Uzbekistan is quite densely populated by locals, but there are still not many tourists here, and most of them do not know about the secret treasures of this city. The history of Samarkand has more than two and a half thousand years. There are many amazingly beautiful historical monuments, sights and architectural structures preserved here. In order not to suffer much from the heat, it is best to go here in May-June or in September-November.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Wonderful Lake Moraine with a mirror surface in Banff National Park in Canada is located next to the famous Lake Louise, which attracts crowds of tourists. This is a great place for hiking and taking photos without any filters. It is best to go here from mid-June to the end of July, when melting glaciers fill the lake with water.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Antarctica has never been inhabited by humans, but now tourists are allowed to visit Antarctica in small groups. To do this, you need to survive a three—day voyage through the Drake Strait - the widest strait in the world. But once you are there, the beauty of the surrounding world and the silence will delight you. You can only go here in the summer season — between the end of October and March. To see the huge icebergs before they begin to melt, it is better to come at the beginning of the season, and to watch the whales and penguin chicks — at the end.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Havasu Waterfalls in the Grand Canyon are difficult to access, as you first need to get a special permit. In addition, they are difficult to reach — for this you need to travel ten miles on foot or on horseback. This is one of the most remote corners of the Grand Canyon, so it's better to leave children and sissies at home. The high content of calcium carbonate and magnesia in the water gives it an unusual green-blue hue. It is best to go in spring, when the days are already long, the water is warm, and walking is easier. In winter, the Havasu Waterfalls are closed to visitors.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

The unusual oasis Hotel Per Aquum is located in the middle of the desert a few hours drive from Dubai. This is a luxurious place with fragrant gardens and excellent lawns for polo, where there are only dunes and sand behind the fence, as far as the eye can see. It is best to come here between November and March, when it is not so hot compared to the rest of the year.

Hurry up before it goes bad: the most beautiful places not yet fully visited by tourists

Hardly anyone would think to look for the ruins of the cities of the Roman Empire in Morocco, so there are few tourists on the ruins of Volubilis. The history of this city began in the first century BC. It is located 30 kilometers from Meknes. It is believed that these are some of the best preserved ruins of ancient Roman cities. It is best to plan a trip in April-May, when it is warm, but not hot, and it is best to go here in the afternoon, when a very beautiful light falls on the ruins.

Keywords: Bali | Botswana | Grand Canyon | Attractions | Dubai | Italy | Canada | The most beautiful places of the planet | Morocco | Places | Moravia | Myanmar | Samarkand | Tourists | Uzbekistan | Czech Republic

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