Updated January 7th, 2024 at 09:04 IST

Explore the unexplored: Visit these offbeat travel destinations for a unique experience

From Nordland to Tahiti, visit these offbeat places for a unique travel experience.

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One of the most prominent travel trends of 2024 is to explore the unexplored, meaning, to go to places that are away from the daily hustle and bustle. A good trip is not about visiting the cliche tourist spots but it is about traveling to places that have been untouched by crowds. If you are someone who is planning an offbeat trip, here are a few places that you must visit. 

Emilia-Romagna, Italy 

On your trip here, you can admire the intricate columns and frescoes of Parma Cathedral. Also visit Ravenna, which is a historic town housing 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Emilia-Romagna also boasts a 90 km coastline along the Adriatic Sea, which is filled with beach clubs and bustling shores. It also offers a diverse variety of seafood.

Nordland, Norway 

Experience the midnight sun at Kvalvika Beach or stroll around the scenic Sjøgata area. On your visit, you can expect exciting galleries, restaurants, and coffee shops. Make sure you elevate your Norwegian holiday by visiting Torghatten, Norsk Fiskeværsmuseum, and Spaceship Aurora.

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Tahiti, French Polynesia 

From sandy-toed adventures to hiking to the Fautaua Waterfall - this place offers all of it. Don’t forget to explore the Museum of Tahiti and The Islands. Tahiti’s water-bound escapades makes it one of the best beach destinations to visit.

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Sikkim, India 

From uncharted forests to snow-capped peaks - visit SIkkim for a break from the metropolitan hustle and bustle. Go yak riding at the Changu Lake, visit Tsuk La Khang Monastery, and see the breathtaking Kanchenjunga mountains. You can also go for a helicopter ride over Gangtok Valley and indulge in river-rafting in the Teesta River.

Kivalina, Alaska

This beautiful village in Alaska is like one big family which has no more than 450 residents. The place is surrounded by sea ice on one side, and a frozen lake on another. This place is just 130 km north of the Arctic Circle. 


Published January 7th, 2024 at 09:04 IST