4 Off-The-Beaten-Path Destinations to visit NOW 

We think it’s time for you to switch up your travel plans! Sure, the Jersey Shore might be a nice quick getaway, but after your fifth visit it might be time to change it up. In this week’s blog we will be giving you a tour around the world of our must-see destinations that you might have forgotten about. From the beautiful shores of the Andaman Islands to the picturesque sites of Greenland, these off-the-grid are guaranteed to blow you away. 

Andaman Islands

This picture could convince anyone to want to run their toes through Andamans’ pristine beaches. Vibrant coral reefs, sugar soft sand and lush jungles, is what attracts people most to the island. The Andamans,  are a family of 300 inlets situated in between the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. In February, the first ever 5-star hotel was constructed on the island: the Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Andamans. The resort is comprised of 72 beachfront villas designed to reflect the ancient tribal culture on the islands. Visitors can spend their days lounging poolside by the 164-foot infinity edge pool or indulging in one of the three luxury seafood restaurants on property. Within the last year the Andaman Islands have grown in popularity, making visitors call it, “the new Maldives.”

Andorra

Andorra is Europe’s best-kept secret, situated between Spain and France. The tiny country is only 180-square-miles but is known for fantastic ski resorts. In the summer, visitors can enjoy horseback riding through the alpine meadows or skiing during the winter months at Vallnord. After a long day of adventure, Caldea is the perfect place to wind down. Caldea is a spa resort in Escaldes-Engordany, Andorra, that is home to Europe’s largest spa. Its revolutionary thermal spring leisure concept and spectacular facilities create the perfect combination of fun and stress-free environment. 

Greenland

Greenland has been left undiscovered by many people purely because it has been overshadowed by the recent influx of tourism in Iceland. In fact, the country has been left so untouched, almost 80 percent of Greenland is covered with ice caps. However that does not mean that Greenland is not packed with tons of fun activities. One of the most popular is dog sledding and sea kayaking. Signing up for a tour, however, is the best way to explore the wonders of Greenland. The organized tours can feature anything from a whale-watching expedition to a helicopter ride over the ice caps. Visit between September and April to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights right before your eyes! 

Tasmania

When most people think about Australia their first thought is Sydney or Melbourne, but Tasmania is a diamond in the rough. The country is an isolated island located directly off of the Southern Coast of Australia. This destination is known for the incredible wildlife, rolling vineyards and beautiful coastlines. So, the best way to discover the island is to just get outside and explore! Whether you are a nature lover or just looking to kick-back and relax on the enchanting island of Tasmania, this is the perfect place for you. We know the 26-hour flight sounds daunting but we promise it is worth every second!  

If you are looking to get off the grid and discover our must-see destinations. Call Rubinsohn Travel today!