Top 7 Exotic Places to Travel in 2020

Thanks to social media, it seems impossible to go somewhere a little different these days. But don’t worry, the world is huge and there are countless phenomenal places to go without the selfie-stick crowds.

From jungles to beaches, the most exotic places to travel are mesmerizing and unlike anything else. Filled with extraordinary plants, animals, and people, the moment you arrive you’ll be in a whole new world.

Traveling in exotic destinations opens your eyes to new cultures and will show you the unforgettable. Keen? Read on to discover the best exotic places to head to in 2020.

1. Andaman Islands

600 miles from mainland India, the Andaman Islands are the jewel in the Bay of Bengal. Huge reefs protect this rainforest archipelago and it’s home to a phenomenally diverse range of plants and animals.

Relax on beaches, go snorkeling, and explore the tiny villages.

2. Taha’a Island, French Polynesia

One of French Polynesia’s tiny islands, you’d struggle to find Taha’a on a map. But this exquisite island is definitely worth visiting. With towering peaks covered in a jungle, the hiking on Taha’a is out of this world.

Combine it with swimming in the perfectly clear, reef-protected waters and you’ll never want to leave.

  1. 3. El Nido, Philippines

With over 7,000 islands, the Philippines is packed with adventures. El Nido is one of the most beautiful places to visit and a great stop on the Exoticca travel agency tour packages.

It’s no wonder tour operators are popular here as they organize fantastic activities like visiting secret beaches, watersports, and incredible sightseeing.

4. Timgad, Algeria

You don’t have to be in Europe to see ancient Roman ruins. Timgad in Algeria is a fantastically exotic place to find well-preserved ruins. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this ancient military colony is set against a desert backdrop.

5. Tsingy de Bemaraha, Madagascar

The Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve in Madagascar is another UNESCO World Heritage Site and truly jaw-dropping. With needle-like limestone structures, you’ll find yourself in utterly unique landscape.

If you’ve always wanted to see lemurs in the wild, you’re in luck too. This nature reserve is home to many lemurs as well as exotic birdlife.

6. Japan’s Arashijama Bamboo Grove

The whole of Japan is worth visiting but the Arashijama Bamboo Grove is a magical experience. Just outside Kyoto, you’ll forget the city is a stone’s throw away the second you step foot in the grove.

Visit the Okochi-Sanso Villa at the end of the path and relish in the stunning scenery.

7. The Cook Islands

In the South Pacific, the Cook Islands feel like a separate planet. With mountains, reefs, and world-class scuba diving, this little nation is one of the most exotic places in the world.

A unique culture and the most perfect beaches await you in the Cook Islands and you’re sure to leave feeling utterly refreshed.

The Most Exotic Places to Travel Will Amaze You

From quiet bamboo groves to flawless white beaches, our beautiful planet is filled with exotic places. Many distant island nations give you the opportunity to explore places off the beaten track and get back to nature.

The most exotic places to travel come with cultures so fascinating that you’ll want to hang around and learn more. There’s a surprise around every corner and you’ll learn a lot without even realizing. Why not challenge yourself to visit one of these exotic places in 2020?

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