The world has become a smaller place thanks to technology. Traveling is now faster and more convenient than it has ever been. This has led to an increase in tourism with many people visiting far-off places which are renowned for their natural beauty, cultural significance, intriguing history or zestful events. As a result, it feels like almost all the wonderful places on the planet have been explored and exploited by the growing number of curious travelers. However, our planet is so huge and so diverse that there are several places which remain untouched and see a fairly smaller number of visitors. Away from the crowds of bustling cities, these places have maintained their charm. Here are 15 places which are absolutely beautiful and yet, relatively unknown. Also Read - Mohena Kumari Singh And 6 Family Members Test Positive For COVID-19, All Hospitalised

1. Pamir highway and mountains in Krygystan

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The Pamir highway traverses the Pamir mountains through Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan. Also known as M41, it is one of the most important roads of Central Asia. Also Read - How to Experiment With Colours in Your Style: Tips to Combine Unusual Colours in Your Outfit

2. Sichuan in China

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Home to world’s largest stone Buddha, Sichuan in China is a delight for Buddhists and history buffs.

3. Innerdalen Valley in Norway

Innerdalen-Valley

Norway’s first nature reserve, Inneladen valley is a delightful holiday spot away from the crowds. It has several options for hardcore mountain climbers,

4. Ningaloo coast in Australia

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A World Heritage site, Ningaloo coast in Western Australia is known for its stunning landscapes and seascapes.

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5. Ogasawara islands in Japan

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Also known as Bonin islands, the Ogasawara islands are an archipelago consisting of around 30 subtropical islands. There is some evidence suggesting that these islands were inhabited during ancient times.

6. Cueva de los Cristales in Mexico

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One of the coolest natural wonders of the world, the Giant Crystal Cave is located 300 metres below the surface in Naica, Chihuahua.

7. Ankarana Tsingy stones or Forest of knives in Madagascar

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Would you dare to sit on one of these sharp, knife-like limestone rock formations in Madagascar?

8. Tunnel of love in Ukraine

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The most romantic tunnel in the world is a section of industrial railway near Klevan in Ukraine.

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9. Cano Cristales river in Colombia

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Located in the Serrania de la Macarena province of Meta, Cano Cristanes is a beautiful tributary of the Guayabero River.

10. Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees in Hawaii

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Hawaai’s Eucalyptus Deglupto has the most beautiful bark you will ever see. Called Living rainbow, it is found on the way to Hana in Maui.

11. Mount Roraima in America

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The tabletop structure is the highest plateau in South America and makes for a dreamy getaway.

12. Sequoia National Park in California

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Located in the  in the southern Sierra Nevada in California, the Sequoia National Park was established in 1980 and is known for its beautiful tall trees which are perfect for camping.

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13. Baikal Lake in Siberia

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And then there is this lake, the deepest in the world, surrounded by hiking trails and nature at its best!

14. Hitachi Seaside Park in Japan

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Perhaps one of the most beautiful public parks in the worls, the Hitachi Seaside park attracts a fair share of visitors from Japan but is lesser known in other parts of the world.

15. Saloum Delta in Senegal

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Designated as a UNESCO World heritage site in 2011, the Saloum Delta is located at the mouth of the Saloum river and known for its diverse flora and fauna.

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