One of the problems about going on holiday is that chances are if you want to go somewhere, so does half of the world. Whereas it’s great to visit different countries around the world, it can get a bit frustrating if you’re faced with thousands of tourists everywhere you go.
One of the tricks is to know all of the best places that haven’t been discovered by tourists yet. Be prepared however that researching this is likely to be a time consuming process because you should be looking at places that you have never heard of before. This isn’t to say that you should go to a country in the middle of no – where though. Some of the most popular holiday destinations in the world have plenty of areas that remain unspoilt and undiscovered.
One of these places is somewhere you will find whilst on a Cuba travel expedition. Pinar Del Rio is located on the Western tip of Cuba and is one of the most beautiful regions on the island. Here you will find awe inspiring mountains, endless countryside and traditional Cuban towns that you won’t find in many other areas during Cuba travel. To those who know it the area is well known for their tobacco and coffee plantations.
The Vinales Valley is one of the places where you can see a tobacco – growing heritage and while you’re there you can go on scenic walks and visit the caves. Along the coast there are some small islands which have beautiful beaches. These are rarely visited so this is definitely the place to go if you are looking for some peace and quiet during your Cuba travel experience.
If you are a regular fan of Cuba travel you will know that it isn’t usually hard to find somewhere to stay. However, because Pinar Del Rio is more remote than other parts of the country and not many tourists go there, it is important to pre book your accommodation before you get there otherwise you could find that you are stuck for somewhere to stay.
No doubt that any form of Cuba travel will provide you with unforgettable experiences that you will never forget. However, visiting the undiscovered places such as Pinar Del Rio will also make your experience unique and special. Although it may be harder to access these places as they’re more remote, once you get there you will realise that this kind of Cuba travel is definitely worth it.
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