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Vacation Destinations Where You Can Finally Get Away From It All

March 28, 2020

Vacation Destinations Where You Can Finally Get Away From It All

March 28, 2020

In the past, going on holiday was about exploring the world and having an adventure. Today, though, it is more about “getting away from it all.” Vacations are an escape from the hustle and bustle of the modern world and the way that we live our lives.

Jetting off to a popular tourist destination, however, isn’t always the best way to do this. You think you’re going to an idyllic location where you can experience the genuine culture, only to find a modern resort with Starbucks and McDonald’s restaurants everywhere. 

In this post, we’re going to take a look at some vacation destinations where you really can get away from it all. Not only are these places physically remote, but they eschew the trappings of the modern world, allowing you to experience the thrill of adventure. 

Newfoundland And Labrador

If you want to experience the thrill of genuine wilderness, then Newfoundland and Labrador in northern Canada are the places to go. Both these regions feature vast sprawling forests, mountainous territory, and pristine natural environments – perhaps better than any place on Earth. 

What’s more, there are plenty of places to stay here too. The island of Labrador is littered with lodges and apartments, making for a relaxing space for you and your family to enjoy. 

Tazi Island In The Philippines

The Philippines is a chain of many thousands of islands. Some of them are large, but many are small and isolated. A few don’t play host to any people at all. 

That’s the case for Tazi Island. Here you and your party can shack up without anyone else in sight. Fishermen deliver food daily to the island via boat, meaning that you don’t even have to leave if you don’t want to. 

The North York Moors, UK

Despite being home to more than 65 million people, the UK still offers some quiet spots where you can get away from it all. The North York Moors is a great example. It is one of Britain’s least-known national parks but features some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. While it doesn’t have the majesty of the Lake District, it offers compelling and unique landscapes. It is nothing like any other venue in the country. 

There are plenty of holiday properties for rent on sites like https://www.cottages-to-rent.co.uk, often in small villages or by themselves.. Many have access to the park from the front door, allowing you to explore this beautiful sliver of England without having to drive around first. 

Devil’s Island, South America

Easter Island – some 1,500 miles off the Chilean coast – is famous for being one of the most remote places in the world. But thousands of tourists visit it every year, meaning that it has lost some of its isolation. 

Devil’s Island – once part of the French colony of Cayenne – is a different story. This small forested island off the coast of Guyana is perhaps the best example of a tropical island anywhere in the world. But, despite its small size, and forest cover, there are places you can stay and soak up island life, hundreds of miles from civilization. 

Weirdly, the island is also under the control of the Guiana Space Centre, meaning that there is plenty for space buffs to enjoy too. Palm trees and rockets: who would have thought? 

The Faroe Islands, Denmark

If you thought that Shetland and Orkney were out of the way, then Faroe will blow you away. The small island chain off the coast of Norway is famously remote and features some of the most striking landscapes in the world. The islands are cold, even in summer, but also verdant and mountainous. Some waterfalls run right off the edge of cliffs into the sea, making it an excellent place for photos too. 

The record temperature on the islands is just 22 C. Most of the time, temperatures hover well below 10 C and expect freezing weather between October and April. 

Shushenskoye, Siberia

If you’ve heard of the small Siberian town of Shushenskoye, then it is probably because you’re an avid reader of history. Lenin stayed here while in exile in 1898. It is one of the most remote places in the world, far from Russian politics, stuck deep in the Boreal Forest. 

The destination is relatively untouched by the modernization that swept the rest of Russia over the last century. You can still find traditional timber-framed buildings and unpaved roads. Furthermore, most people who live in the area grow their own food. 

Surprisingly, there are two hotels nearby, so you don’t have to live like a peasant. But don’t expect impeccable service. Shushenskoye really is in the middle of nowhere. 


If images of Buddhist temples perched on cliff faces is something that inspires you, then you’ll love Bhutan. The tiny Himalayan mountain kingdom offers a remote holiday retreat like nowhere else. Not only is the scenery stunning, but so too is the architecture and buildings. 

If you go to the country, grab a guide. Unless you’re a native, you’ll need a professional to help you navigate the country’s limited transport infrastructure. Most guides allow you to customize your schedule, choosing where you go. 

The Outer Hebrides, Scotland

The Outer Hebrides have a reputation for being remote. But it is not until you get there that you realize just how out of the way they are. There’s a reason why TV executives chose it as the location for the 2000 series, Castaway. You feel as if you have left civilization in the distance and are exploring a radically new frontier. 

The island of Taransay is uninhibited – one of only a handful in the UK. You access it from the island of Harris via boat. You can’t stay on the island, but you are free to roam around to your heart’s content. It is a surreal experience. 

In conclusion, the world’s population is booming. But even so, there are still quiet places around the planet well away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Will you visit one of these remote destinations? 


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