The 7 Most Exotic Places in the World

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Global travel is becoming easier, and some of the most beautiful and remote destinations in the world are becoming more accessible.

If you are interested in finding some of the most exotic holiday destinations in the world, you may want to look into some of the options we've compiled for you!

The Most Exotic Places in The World To Add To Your Bucket List

Picture gorgeous beaches, lush rainforests, otherworldly landscapes, and exciting national parks. Each of these exotic locations offers something new for adventurous travelers.

1. Taveuni, Fiji

Taveuni Most Exotic Places in the World

If you are looking for an exotic destination for your holiday, the island country of Fiji in the South Pacific Ocean has got to be on the top of your list. 

With more than 300 islands, Fiji offers white sand beaches, swaying palms, and dense forests. Visitors can enjoy exploring, snorkeling, scuba diving, river rafting, and surfing.

The tropical paradise is also a great place to visit traditional Fijian villages, where you can take part in firewalking ceremonies.

Each of the stunning islands offers its own attractions, but Taveuni Island is one of the most exotic places to visit while in Fiji. Known as the Garden Island, Taveuni is home to the Bouma National Park, where you see rainforests, mangroves, and coral reefs.

Visitors can snorkel around the Great White Wall, one of the best diving sites in the world, and the exotic island features some of the most beautiful beaches in Fiji.

2. Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia Most Exotic Places in the World

Cappadocia in central Turkey is known for its exciting rock formations, including fairy chimneys, caves, and underground cities. Visitors can enjoy hot air balloons or horseback rides through the mysterious cone-shaped phenomena. 

You can also partake in adrenaline-filled activities, like paragliding or rock scrambling. Cappadocia is rich in history and culture, known for its rock-cut churches and frescoes.

3. Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar

Tsingy de Bemaraha

The Tsingy de Bemaraha is a national park in western Madagascar known as the "Forest of Knives." Tsingy de Bemaraha is known for its vertical limestone rocks (resembling knives) but also houses some of the most interesting flora and fauna, including lemurs, palm trees, fossa, and aye-aye. 

You can rock climb, explore the caves, or enjoy a meal at one of the many excellent African-Asian-European fusion restaurants on the island.

The island nation of Madagascar is one of the most beautiful islands, just off the eastern coast of Africa, in the Indian Ocean, and well worth a visit.

4. Whitehaven Beach, Australia

Whitehaven Beach

Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsunday Islands is located right in the middle of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Here visitors can enjoy white sandy beaches or go snorkeling past colorful fish and coral reefs.

Alternatively, you can enjoy camping, hiking, or viewing wildlife at your leisure.

5. Fakarava, French Polynesia

Fakarava Most Exotic Places in the World

Fakarava, northwest of Tahiti, is one of the best places to visit for diving and snorkeling. The island's coral reefs are home to sharks, rays, and fish.

You can explore the lagoon by boat or kayak and visit the traditional Polynesian villages. Fakarava is relatively untouched, which makes it a great destination if you are looking for peace and quiet.

6. Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat

One of the most exotic destinations on our list is Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Here you will find the largest religious monument in the world. Originally built as a Hindu temple, this magnificent temple complex near the city of Siem Reap covers more than 400 acres. 

The Bayon temple is known for its giant stone faces, while the Baphuon temple is a large and magnificent pyramid structure. The ancient temples have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

You can also visit the local markets and local culture or take a boat trip to the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, the Tonle Sap Lake.

7. Stone Town, Zanzibar

Stone Town

Stone Town, or Zanzibar City, is an island off the coast of Tanzania. It's best known for its interesting architecture that features a mix of African, Arabian, Indian, and European styles. Many of the buildings have been made from coral, with intricate doors and balconies.

History buffs will love the many historical sites, including the House of Wonders, the Old Fort, and the Arab Fort. Visitors to the ancient city will love the vibrant local markets, the dhow boats, and the warm weather.

Final Thoughts

The world is literally your oyster, with many amazing landscapes left to explore. Make sure to do your research, and you'll find an exotic place that's perfect for you.

If you're a wanderlust soul who's always up for a vacation, then you wouldn't want to miss out on exploring some of the most fascinating locations on earth. Our collection of articles showcases several breathtaking destinations around the globe, each with a unique character, mesmerizing landscapes, and enriching cultural experiences. Check it out!

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