Less Explored Wonders of the World


Everyone is a tourist. But, not everyone is a traveler. This means that everyone is ready to visit places and explore the tourist attractions. But, how many of you are actually willing to spend time in the local lanes of the region, try the local cuisines and also move out of your zone to actually see the place through the eyes of the natives there who spend all their lives there? It is easier said than done. However, the true fun of exploring a new place comes only when you stop being a tourist and start being a traveler. Read ahead to find out about some of the less explored wonders of the world. Also, get packing while you have the details at your fingertips.

  • The Philippines’ Chocolate Hills: It is said that the Visaya region in Philippines has a two known as Carmen. It is considered to be one of the most unique sites in terms of world geology. Thus, is surely number one in our list ofless explored wonders of the world. These are basically round hills that are usually covered in grass. You must be thinking that what is so different about that. Well, keep reading! These hills turn into a shade of brown during the summer months. Thus, this is what comes to resemble delicious chocolate hills and the view is just too delicious to say the least.
  • Poland’s Torun: It is no secret that there are innumerable medieval towns in Poland. However, one such town which is definitely a less explored wonder of the world is the Torun town. It is known as the birth place of the famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. If that is not motivation enough to head there already, then you must make note of the churches, and Gothic architecture that await to welcome to warmly with open arms.
  • Greece’s Meteora: Now, another less explored wonder of the world is Meteora that is situated in Greece. For those who do not know, this is one of the most known places in Eastern Orthodox faith. There is a cluster of six breathtaking monasteries that are built on rock formations of sandstone. Since it is literally aiming for the sky, it is named Meteora which also means ‘middle of the sky’.
  • Ukraine’s Tunnel of Love: I’m sure that love is a subject which is bound to lure you. After all, all our relations and in fact our entire life is based on love. Thus, calling out to romantics from every part of the globe, it the Tunnel of Love in Ukraine. It is essentially a railroad track which is three kilometres long and totally covered with thick green grass. The beauty is that it allows filtered sunlight to enter and glow against your skin on soothing days. It Is also a great place to fall in love with yourself again. Tucked away securely in the forests of Klevan, this is nothing less than a photographer’s paradise and ready-made photoshoot spot.