The most unpopular (but beautiful) places for tourism

Amateur Photographer, a publication for amateur photographers, asked its readers to share their findings and talk about the most interesting and unforgettable places to travel. Based on readers’ stories, Amateur Photographer ranked the most unpopular, but unrealistically beautiful places for tourism.

Although the list is recommended to amateur photographers who can make unique shots in these places, there is nothing wrong with using it when choosing a place for a vacation. Adventure seekers and those travelers who are already hard to surprise with something will especially like the rating.
Amateur Photographer readers gave first place to the Åland Islands in Finland, and second place came to the Camargue Natural Park in France. Finns close the troika again, but now with the Lapland village of Kilpisjärvi.

Top 20 unusual directions according to Amateur Photographer looks like this:

  • Aland Islands (Finland)
  • Camargue Natural Park (France)
  • Kilpisjärvi (Finland)
  • Hiiumaa Island (Estonia)
  • Blavand Beach (Denmark)
  • Tartu (Estonia)
  • Sofia (Bulgaria)
  • Kosovo
  • Meteora Rocks (Greece)
  • Fes (Morocco)
  • Madagascar Island
  • Bangladesh
  • Lo Mantang (Nepal)
  • Ninbin (Vietnam)
  • Namibia
  • Shadek (Vietnam)
  • Darmsala (India)
  • Yoho National Park (Canada)
  • Luang Prabang (Laos)
  • Kamakura (Japan)

A full rating with photos and descriptions of each place is on the site of Amateur Photographer.

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