12 Unusual Places You Must Travel To In 2016 (Part 2)


“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine

You don’t want to read only one page, not when there is so much to see and explore out there!

p.s. You can find Part 1 here.

7. Skye & Lochalsh, Scotland

Skye & Lochalsh, on the western coast of northern Scotland, has got a dramatic landscape with miles of beautiful coastline.

When to go: May to September
Must see: Eilean Donan castle

Eilean Donan castle

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8. Mafia Island, Tanzania

It’s a pretty remote place which might explain its amazing underwater life that would be perfect for the snorkelers and scuba divers.

When to go: Year round
Must see: In the sea

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9. Savannah, Georgia

Savannah, a beautiful southern coastal city in the state of Georgia, is all about American history. Beyond the pre-war buildings, Savannah offers a look at the past and present of the American South that is totally captivating.

When to go: September to November, March to June
Must see: Bonaventure Cemetery

Bonaventure Cemetery

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10. Kakadu National Park, Australia

Kakadu is located in the Northern Territory, a couple hours’ drive east of the city of Darwin. The park is described as a “living cultural landscape” because the traditional owners, the Bininj/Mungguy, have lived on and cared for this gorgeous landscape for millennia.

When to go: May to October
Must see: The ancient rock art at Nourlangie

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11. Svalbard, Norway

Located above the Arctic Circle, Svalbard is part of Norway. The region around the island is home to an estimated 3,000 polar bears — a few hundred more than there are people on Svalbard.

When to go: November to February for Aurora Borealis, May to September for outdoor activities and polar bears
Must see: A polar bear (from a safe distance)

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12. Space, The Universe

What can I say, it’s the final frontier.





Written by Joan Chen

Psychology graduate, K-pop enthusiast and bibliophile.