Tourist locations can be somewhat overcrowded and tiring. Perhaps you should try some peace and quiet. There exists, on this earth, some isolated places - you may or may not have heard of them. Some of these places are only accessible by plane or by boat. However, they are as breathtaking as a place can ever be. With deserts, gorgeous waters, and tropical climates, what more could you want in a vacation?
1. Australia - Cape York Peninsula
At the north end of Australia sits Cape York, a peninsula owned by about five communities indigenous to Australia. If you’re looking for great spots to fish, Cape York’s the place to go. It’s a beautiful place crawling with crocodiles, and it’s just a drive of about 28 hours from Cairns.