Remote Destinations That Are Worth the Trip

Earth chose us as her inhabitants; we didn’t choose earth; we gave everything she had for our habitation and livelihood. These earthly gestures are unusual destinations the world expects us to explore, places we can never think exist. These destinations are all lying wait for our arrival

Strage looking trees in Madagascar.
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Ranging from naturally stuffed wonders of the earth to architectural masterpieces to unusual atmospheric and wildlife. You can rest assured that the trip will be worth everything. So to assist your navigation, we compiled the top 3 places you can visit without any assured regrets.

Angel Falls, Venezuela

Located in the heart of the Canaima National Park, Angel Falls is the world’s highest waterfall, dropping approximately 3,212 feet into Devils Canyon from the mountain of Auyantepui. You can either use a plane or a boat ride through the Churún River to access this magnificent natural artifact.

A view of Angel Falls.
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Per person, entry into the Canaima National Park costs a sum of $5. The best time to visit Angel Falls is between May and November during the rainy season. Considering the isolated nature of the national park, of must will be the aid of a guide to navigating through safe.

Easter Island, Chile

Ranked as the most remote island globally, Easter Island is famous for its wealth in history, culture, and natural artifacts that make any trip there memorable. The island consists of cave paintings believed to be the preservers of the island history, and they’re located in the Ana Kai Tangata cave.

Statues on Easter Island.
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It is most notable for its 887 human-shaped figures known as Moai statues, believed to be honored ancestors. Some of the island’s beauty consists of must-see Volcanoes in the Eastern Islands, with the most famous Ranu Kau being a crater on the island, another is the Anakena beach.

Lake Baikal in Russia

Ranked as the world’s oldest, iconic, and clearest freshwater lake, Lake Baikal in Russia is Siberia. Lying amid mountains, forests, and rivers, the lake has one of the adorning expressions of nature’s beauty. The lake inhabits approximately 2500 species of plants and animals.

A photo of Lake Baikal.
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The lake is home to 20% of the world’s unfrozen surface freshwater. Any time of the year it is ok to visit the lake, but during is the most perfect to see its frozen waters. You can access Baikal through Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, which can access by flight or through the trans-Siberian railway.