14 destinations for your 2014 travel bucket list
If you crossed some adventures off your 2013 travel bucket list, surely you’ll need some new additions. Check out these awesome, under-the-radar destinations you should add to your list for 2014.
Colmar is a medieval storybook town that looks like it’s straight out of?Beauty and the Beast. Charming canals, picturesque homes and delicious Alsatian wines make this the ideal French destination.
Ouro Preto, Brazil
Brazil will have a good year in 2014. Travelers will flock to major cities like Rio, Sao Paolo and Brasilia (among others) for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. We’re not trying to say you?shouldn’t?go to those cities. But once you’ve had your fill, check out Ouro Preto, a historic colonial mining town that’s a bit more low-key than the big cities.
This magical little Pacific Island is filled with adventure. Untouched and undeveloped, Kosrae is a hot spot for ecotourism and sustainable travel. Lush greenery, the ancient stone city of Lelu and renowned scuba diving are just a few reasons to visit Kosrae.
Australia is an awesome country, for many reasons. Most tourists are drawn to the mainland cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. An island off the southern coast of Australia, Tasmania was once thought of as an isolated wilderness. The island is now an easily accessible wonderland. Explore wildlife at Narawntapu National Park, go bushwalking, climb Cradle Mountain, traverse the Huon Valley — there’s no shortage of adventure.
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