Some of these places really are in the most remote corners of our planet, where almost no people. Others, on the contrary, are popular tourist attractions or famous resorts. But in any of these places visitors expect indescribably beautiful scenery and a chance to be alone with nature.
25 Most Beautiful Places Where no One will Disturb:
1. Mongolian steppes
Mongolia is a country with the lowest population density (1.8 persons. / Sq km). Today, in its vast steppes can be much more likely to meet herds of animals than human settlements.
2. Sheksan Mountain, Washington.
In the language of Indians Lummen “Sheksan” soznachaet “high mountain.” Sheksan is a mountain range, the famous triangular pyramid crowned.
3. Fobiykha Valley, Bhutan
Incredibly beautiful wide valley in the Himalayas.
4. Baffin Island fjords
Baffin Island – is the largest of the islands belonging to Canada. Winters are very harsh, and even in summer are often frozen. Therefore, the population of the island is small – only 11 thousand people.
5. Lake Yueyatsyuan Gobi desert
This lake has a crescent-shaped, is very popular among tourists. Due to natural causes desert area of ??the lake is constantly decreasing, and there is even the risk of extinction.
6. Monastery of Meteora, Greece
The name of this monastery, standing on the sandstone cliffs, can be translated as “floating in the sky.”
7. Hallstatt, Austria
Located in the rugged terrain Austrian city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is interesting to note that in 2012, the Chinese company China Minmetals Corporation has built an exact copy in Guangdong.
8. Mont-Saint-Michel, France
Island-fortress of Mont-Saint-Michel is one of the most famous and most visited attractions in France. On the mainland it binds artificial dam.
9. Benbulbin, Ireland
Benbulbin – famous mesa (ie, flat-topped mountain) Ireland. Its height is 527 m and it is a symbol of County Sligo. With this mountain due to a lot of Irish legends.
10. Oassiarsuk, Greenland
Resident population of the town is only 89 people.
11. Peak Distrik, England
This national park each year attracts more than 22 million people. But despite such a dense stream of visitors, you can always find a secluded spot and enjoy the unspoiled nature.
12. Deer stones, Mongolia
In these ancient stones is a depiction of the deer (hence the name). These stones can be seen not only in remote steppes of Mongolia, but also in Quito, in the Altai and Baikal.
13. Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan
It is the largest lake in Kyrgyzstan ranks 7th among the deepest lakes in the world. It lies at an altitude of 1,609 m above sea level, and its water is inferior to transparency only Baikal.
14. Engelberg, Switzerland
This famous Swiss resort is surrounded by forbidding mountain peaks, on which you can enjoy the comfort of modern lifts booths.
15. Lake Baikal, Russia
Baikal holds the first place among the world’s lakes in several nomitsaiyah. It is the deepest lake of our planet, it is the largest concentration of fresh water, the lake with the clearest water in the world.
16. Easter Island
This island is the most remote inhabited island in the world. Tourists who want to witness the first famous stone statues – the moai – aircraft delivered here from Chile.
17. Paradise Harbor, Antarctica
It is one of only two harbors whether, where cruise ships can stay engaged on field trips to the Antarctic continent.
18. Ayers Rock, Australia
Another name for this giant red rock – Uluru. Its height reaches 348 meters, length – 3.6 km, width – 3.6. In many rock caves, which are ancient rock paintings and carvings. Visit to this lovely place is fraught with many dangers, and every year there are several tourists killed, mostly from sunstroke and heart attacks.
19. Gasadalur village, Faroe Islands
The population of this village is all 16 people.
20. Maya Bay, Thailand
This stunningly beautiful beach gained worldwide fame after the release of the film “The Beach”.
21. Tsavo National Park in eastern Kenya
This is one of the oldest and largest parks in Kenya not only, but also of the world. On its territory, which occupies nearly 4% of the country, held a safari.
22. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
World’s largest salt marsh, which is the bottom of the dried salt lake. Its area is 10,582 square kilometers, and the thickness of salt crust in some places reaches 8 m
23. Ladakh, India
Population density is only 3cheloveka per square kilometer, which is very unusual for India, where the national average population density 364 persons / sq km.
Socotra Island is located in the north-west of the Indian Ocean and belongs to the Republic of Yemen. The nature of this island is quite unique and most of the local plants anywhere in the world no longer occurs.
Maldives called “deserted place” can only be a very big stretch: population density is 1,102 inhabitants / km ?, it is the 11th largest in the world. But tourists if desired (and opportunities to pay the bill) can expect complete privacy here in some indescribably beautiful corner.