Although it might not be one of the easiest destinations in the world to pronounce or spell, there’s no doubt about the fact that this small town in Greenland really does have to be seen to be believed. With just 450 residents on this island, the colorful houses in Ittoqqortoormiit are spread out across this beautiful rock and create a beautiful landscape that’s shrouded in nature. Although very few people make their way over to this island each year, those that do get to experience dog sledding and unending views of the Northern Lights.
Door To Hell, Turkmenistan
Okay, so the Door To Hell might not be on your bucket list – but it definitely should be. Although this may look like the door to the underworld, this Turkmenistan attraction has actually become one of the most intriguing locations on Earth. This fiery crater was created when scientists hit a methane reserve back in the 1970s. Since then, it has been burning in the middle of the desert for all to see. Of course, Turkmenistan itself is also pretty underrated, so why not mix a little fiery action with a trip across the pond?
Anegada, British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands are known for being unspoiled slices of paradise, and the island of Anegada is no different. This stunning island is much lesser-known than some of its neighbors, due to the fact that it can often be quite difficult for boats to pull up to shore. However, those that can are able to check out the golden sands, the crystal clear waters, and the beautiful coral reefs. With a population of 285 people, it’s safe to say that the people of Anegada love the fact that very few people know about them, so you might want to keep this one a secret.
Fancy a vacation? These remote destinations will definitely float your boat.