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If you’re a passionate travel lover, then there’s a good chance that you’ll want to explore more exotic locations in the world. However, if you’re like me, you might also want to avoid the same places the masses go to.

Many places still offer wildness, adventure, and natural beauty without crowds. Ideally, we should find places that are generally enjoyable and reasonably safe. Even if we encounter surprises while visiting these places, we should still try to enjoy them.

These are destinations that are out of the way for most people. They’re also not on the radar of the average traveler.

Lake Mead, Nevada

Outside Boulder City, Nevada, is the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, which backs up to Hoover Dam. This area is excellent for bringing your RV or tent and enjoying various activities, such as fishing, boating, and hiking. You can also explore Black Canyon while you’re in the neighborhood.


Aside from its beautiful cities and historical sites, Poland also has some of Europe’s best and last wilderness. Some of the wildest places in the country are located in the northeast corner and the Tatra Mountains in the southwest. Europe’s fascinating natural and human history can be found in Poland.

Moab, Utah

Situated south of Salt Lake City, near the beautiful city of Moab, is a sandy area perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. You can also rent a jeep to explore the area’s numerous trails. After a long day in the sun, head over to The Moab Brewery for some home-brewed root beer.

Lakes of Plitvice, Croatia

The magnificent Plitvice Lakes, located in Croatia, are a source of national pride for the country’s residents. This natural reserve features 16 bodies of water surrounded by lush forests. These lakes were first established as a national park in 1949.

Savannah, Georgia

A cheap family vacation can be enjoyed at Skidaway Island State Park. It’s a great place to spend your days walking under the live oaks, and you can also camp out around the fire. Tybee Island is a great spot for swimming.

Giant’s Causeway, Ireland

Ireland’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site is an impressive collection of rock formations rooted in the country’s mythology. Known as the Giant’s Causeway, this massive coastal marvel features over 40,000 columns and is said to be the remains of an ancient causeway constructed by an Irish giant, Fin McCool.