Do you want to travel to places that are unpopulated and full of new experiences? Do you want to explore different places and learn about different people and their cultures? If your answer was yes to all these questions then you are at the right place. We at PSB Travel promise to take you to the most breathtaking unexplored places around the world at pocket-friendly rates.
Here are some of the Domestic and International destinations that we can take you to –
Located in Northwest Canada, Yukon is a wild, mountainous, and sparsely populated territory. As a matter of fact Canada’s north is home to some of the country's most unusual wildlife, and the Yukon Wildlife Preserve works to keep it that way. Visitors get an opportunity to see caribou, lynx, elk, bison, and other wild animals in their natural habitat. Not to mention Yukon is also one of the few places in the world from where the beautiful northern lights can be seen.
Surrounded by deserts, vineyards, and mountains, Osoyoos is a town in the Okanagan Valley region of British Columbia. Therefore it has everything from the Osoyoos Lake which is known for its beaches, from water sports activities to trails exploring the local desert ecosystem. More importantly, if you are a wine connoisseur you can go for a wine tasting tour.
A scenic little island just off the east coast of Vancouver Island, Hornby Island offers a lot of activities . One can visit the Tribune Bay Provincial Park which boasts one of the most beautiful white-sand beaches in the Gulf Islands and is famous for its fascinating sandstone formations. Furthermore excellent visibility and gentle currents make the island a prime spot for scuba diving.
Whistler is a town north of Vancouver, British Columbia, that's home to Whistler Blackcomb, one of the largest ski resorts in North America. Besides this the area also offers snowshoeing, tobogganing and ski jumping at the Olympic Park.
Gros Morne National Park, Canada
The Park lies on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland, in eastern Canada. Gros Morne, a peak in the Long Range Mountains, has a trail overlooking the Ten Mile Pond gorge. Western Brook Pond, a fjord formed by glaciers, is lined with cliffs and waterfalls, including Pissing Mare Falls. Travel to the lobster cove head lighthouse which has always been a place of gathering for the coastal people of Newfoundland. Explore this breathtaking unexplored historical place. To begin with,partake in coastal adventures and enjoy seaside walks or a picnic with a view at Lobster Cove Head. After this take a walk past natural bog and forest and go to the dock for a scenic boat trip up Western Brook Pond.
Tofino is a small district on Vancouver Island, off Canada's west coast. It sprawls on a peninsula within Clayoquot Sound, characterized by wild natural scenery including lakes, inlets, and ancient rainforest. Moreover, there are many leisure activities that you can do like kayaking and camping at the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. In addition to this, there is also a seaplane or helicopter ride over Tofino, which allows you can to take in the scenic beauty of the place and visit the glacial peaks of Strathcona Park.
If you like colors and flowers Ibaraki is the perfect place for you. Hitachi is a city in Ibaraki prefecture by the Pacific Ocean that is great for viewing flowers all year round. Ibaraki’s famous Fukuroda Falls is located near the northern city of Daigo above all, has been named as one of the three most beautiful waterfalls in Japan.
Rangiroa, French Polynesia
Rangiroa is the largest atoll of the Islands of Tahiti, and the second-largest atoll in the world. The Island is renowned worldwide for its breathtaking dive spots. Whether you take an intro dive or just a fun dive exploring the lagoon, you will be blown away by the abundance and colors in this natural aquarium. Above all schools of multicolored butterfly fish, turtles, dolphins, manta rays, and hammerhead sharks swim just beneath the surface, just waiting for divers to visit them in their underwater paradise.
The Svalbard archipelago offers a truly Arctic experience at the edge of the inhabitable world. Above all, this place is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts with over 3000 polar bears and Svalbard reindeers. In the summer season arctic fox, walrus, seals, and whales can be seen.
Nha-Ke Bang National Park , Veitnam
Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a protected area in north-central Vietnam bordering the Hin Namno Reserve in Laos. Firstly, the Park is a rugged swathe of limestone mountains riddled with gigantic caves. Secondly, it is home to endangered wildlife and ethnic minority groups. The gateway to this land of adventure is Phong Nha, a welcoming village on the banks of the graceful Son River.
Tropea may be short on key attractions . However simply strolling the charming old streets of the historic center is the best way to get well-acquainted. Set off down the tiny, twisting laneways, climb the colorful stairs of Largo Rota. Above all, soak up every inch of this beautiful little Italian town. For the best ocean views, head to the three perfectly situated balconies that lie scattered along the edge of the old town. You’ll find these at the end of Via Independencia, Corso Vitoria Emanuele and Largo Galluppi.
Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea is widely regarded as the ‘final frontier’ because the country remains untouched and full of natural beauty. The tribal culture and traditions of generations are still present throughout the island nation. Visit the Kokoda track that has huge historical significance as it was the epicenter of the Kokoda Battle between the Japanese and Australian forces in WWII. After that visit Madang which is one of the most pristine coastal regions in Papua New Guinea .
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