30 Incredible Adventure Destinations Which You Probably Have Never Heard Of


Many of you want to travel, but do not know where to. We are going to make it more difficult you! The following 30 destinations you probably do not know, but they are worth it to be on your bucket list.

The Stairway to Heaven, Hawaii


These steps are known as the Haiku stairs and were built during WWII so that soldiers could reach the radio antennas on the tops of the mountains. You have a beautiful view of Oahu, Hawaii from here.

Lofoten, Norway

This archipelago in Norway has to be seen! You can rent a fisherman’s cottage, catch fresh cod, walk on the long pebble beaches and enjoy one of the most beautiful sceneries that a man could see once: the Northern Lights.


This small fishing village on more than 2,000 kilometers from the capital Brasilia is a coveted place for surfers and kiters. Few tourists, good waves, and kilometers of deserted beaches. Heavenly!

Catacombs of the Capuchins, Rome

Among the church of Santa Maria della Concezione in Rome, Italy, the remains of some 4,000 friars are located. The skulls and skeletons are arranged in an artistic way. Not for the faint hearted!

The Apostle Islands, USA

The Apostle Island National Lakeshore is an archipelago of islands in Lake Superior, Wisconsin. You will find sea caves in abundance, and these are naturally decorated with beautiful icicles.

The Marble Jain temple of Ranakpur, India

This temple contains more than 1140 marble pillars and all are almost different! If you are in India you have to definitely put this temple on your “to see list”.

Volcanic park Wai-O-Tapu, New Zealand

This volcanic park really appeals to the imagination, thanks to the beautiful color palette. There is boiling mud, steaming ground and there is also a ‘Champagne Pool’ which turns lime green, bright orange and gold.

The amphitheater of El Jem, Tunisia

A wonderful example of the power and reach of the Roman Empire is the various remains of the amphitheater. Often we find ruins. but here in El Jem, Tunisia, the building dating from the 3rd century AD is very well preserved. 35,000 people could sit here.

The Svalbard Islands, Norway

You love cold? Then this destination for you! The archipelago is located between Norway and the North Pole. The untouched nature and the ice landscapes are really beautiful. You can make trips on a sled and go looking for polar bears.

Pangong So, Tibet

Pangong So is Tibetan for ‘long, narrow, enchanted lake’. It’s just near the border between Tibet and India. The water is so clear you can see the rocks at the bottom.

The Mountain Huashan, China

People with vertigo please scroll further. This mountain in Shaanxi province in China, is ideal for walkers and climbers. For less experienced climbers a secure path is provided.

Madain Salih, Saudi Arabia

This site of the Nabataean contains 111 well-preserved tombs. It is the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Saudi Arabia.

Hobart, Australia

The picturesque harbor town of Hobart in Tasmania radiates calmness in the beautiful historic buildings and lively cafes. In addition, the nature that surrounds this city truly magnificent. It is the top destination for culture lovers and hikers.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Crazy waterfalls? Rightly so! The Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe on the border with Zambia, has to be seen. There are different activities to do on the spot: bungee jumping, rafting, and helicopter flights.

The Hinatuan River, Philippines

This river is also called the Enchanted River. It has salt water and flows directly into the Pacific Ocean. The water is crystal clear.

Alberobello, Italy

This picturesque town is located in the heel of Italy. Lovers of Italian cuisine will feel at the right place. Typical of Alberobello are the houses made of limestone and the roofs are conical.

The crooked forest, Poland

In the mysterious leaning forest in western Poland growing 400 pine trees in a 90° bend. The reason is not known.

The Jiuzhaigou Valley, China

In northern Sichuan region of China is this pristine valley of about 180,000 hectares. Waterfalls, lakes and rivers with clear water is what you will find everywhere here. What a paradise!

Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

This park in Ibaraki, Japan, is 470 hectares and is filled with flowers. The park blooms throughout the year.

The Kalash, Rumburvallei, Pakistan

This indigenous tribe living in the traditional way in Rumburvallei in Pakistan. They live without electricity, mobile phones, and newspapers. They are known for their great harvest festivals where they dance, set up campfires and uncork lot of wine. Feast!

Namaqualand, Namibia and South Africa

The barren landscape of this region fills in spring with orange and white daisies. This creates a beautiful colored picture. It seems a little like you are walking on Mars.

Caminito del Rey, Spain

One of the most dangerous roads in the world has been opened again after 15 years. The restoration has cost just over 5 million. This road hangs on the walls of the El Chorro gorge. This route is for real adventurers!Tianzi Nature, China

Tianzi Nature, China

In Wulinyuan, China, this beautiful park is surrounded by large natural stone towers. The landscape reminds of the movie Avatar although these rocks obviously are not floating in air.

The lagoon Balos, Greece

The lagoon can be found on the island of Crete in Greece. The beautiful white sands and blue water make for a lovely view from the slopes of the shoreline.

Huacachina, Peru

This town is located in an oasis in the Peruvian Atacama Desert. It lies between the dunes and even has a small lake. An earthly paradise in a dry environment. On the dunes, it is possible to sand board.

Las Lajas Sanctuary, Colombia

This neo-Gothic cathedral was built on a very bizarre place between 1916 and 1944 above a ravine. Visitors put images on the cliffs around the cathedral to commemorate the Virgin Mary.

Derweze, Turkmenistan

This “gateway to hell” is a gigantic flaming crater. It was created by accident when the Soviets went for gas collar. Meanwhile, this crater is illuminated for 40 years. A breathtaking spectacle!

Thor’s Well, Oregon, USA

On the coast of Cape Perpetua Oregon there is a natural saltwater fountain driven by the Pacific Ocean. This is a must see phenomenon!

Tanzania’s Selous Game Reserve

This reserve is ideal for safari lovers. Here you see different species. Other parks are too busy making the most of the animals are scared.

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