4 Vacation Spots You’ve Never Heard of But Should Visit

Written By Romona Bradham  |  Young Finances  |  6 Comments

Are you tired of traveling to the same locations for vacation? Maybe you’ve been to Florida or Jamaica too many times to count. Jamaica, Miami, Cancun, and Los Angeles are just a few common vacation spots populated by thousands of tourists each year.

Traveling to places that are overrun by too many tourists can be very frustrating. It can be hard to find a spot on an overcrowded beach or finding parking in  lots flooded with out of towners. Here’s a few great places that you’ve never heard of and should definitely visit.

Roseau, Dominica

Roseau is the capital of Dominica. It’s the largest city in Dominica and a tropical paradise. In Roseau explore black sand beaches and rain forest. Take a walking tour and observe the Dominca’s architecture. Go cycling around the island and river tubing in one of it’s amazing rivers. Also, in Roseau, Dominica, you can eat tasty West Indian cuisine.

The Corn Islands, Nicaragua

The Corn Islands are two islands off the coast of Nicaragua. Take in the sun on Nicaragua’s white sandy beaches. Pick fresh fruit from Nicaraguan fruit trees. On the Corn Islands are plenty of activities for travelers. Travelers can enjoy fishing, scuba diving, and snorkeling.

Also, you can go horseback riding across the beach and enjoy the Nicaraguan baseball games; which happen to be the number one sport in Nicaragua. If you are looking for relaxation, you can also take advantage of the local yoga studies and massage parlors. Vacationing on The Corn Islands is very affordable. It’s a very small island with few luxuries. Hotels and bamboo bungalows run anywhere from twenty to a hundred dollars a night.

Lord Howe Island, Australia

Lord Howe Island is located between Australia and New Zealand. This beautiful island is known for being volcanic. It’s covered with rolling mountains, clear water beaches, and unique flowers and plants that can on be found on the island. The island boasts about  fourteen species of birds. Due to the many bird species, bird watching is a popular pastime on the island. In addition to bird watching, tourists can also fish on the famous coral reef of the island. Also, body surfing, snorkeling, kite boarding and diving are popular activities to do on the island.

Juist, East Frisian Islands, Germany

The Juist, East Frisian Islands, are a cluster of islands along the coast of Germany. Locals call it the “Magic Island”. What makes this island unique is that there are no automobiles on the island. All transportation is by horse and carriage or by foot. This island is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of life. On the East Frisian Islands, time seems to go a little bit slower and moments last forever.

Juist island is one of the most eco-friendly and sustainable islands in the world. Enjoy the natural beauty of the island. Walk its gorgeous beaches which are covered with little wicker chairs for seating. Enjoy the scenery on a bike tour. Go kite surfing or even sail on the marina. Some other great activities on the island includes a music festival in the spring and a crime fiction festival in the fall.  The opportunities for fun on this little piece of heaven is endless.


What do you think of these vacation spots? Would you ever visit?