3. Belo Sur Mer, Madagascar
If there is one thing that stands out about Madagascar, it is its unique wildlife. This beautiful island has some of the strangest, and most interesting animals on the planet. But don’t get it wrong, Madagascar is not one big zoo.
It is a wonderful destination with beautiful beaches, lush greenery, and wonderful scenery that will whisk your sore eyes away. Belo Sur Mer is a tiny fishing village that is not only isolated but is vastly ‘unspoiled’. Here, you will find peace, quiet, beauty, barely populated beaches, and fresh seafood by the oceanfront.
4. Essaouira, Morocco
When you hear ‘Morocco’ the very first destination that comes to mind is ‘Marrakech’; and with good reason, it is a beautiful city. The lesser-known Essaouira, however, is just as beautiful and enticing as any other destination in this great African nation.
This is a destination that is simply custom-made for the tourist who prefers the path less traveled, literally. Instead of night clubs and endless parties, here you will find art, some culture and lots of sports. Once you’ve had your fill, you can take an ‘uncongested’ walk down the beach or go kite-surfing.
5. Atlantic Evasion Lodge, Bissagos Archipelago in Guinea-Bissau
The first thing you need to know is that Bissagos Archipelago is a set of 88 islands in Guinea-Bissau; but that is not the most interesting part. Only about 20 of those islands are populated, which means you have a great many islands simply waiting for you to come and stroll their untouched white sandy beaches.
The Atlantic Evasion Lodge is a beautiful base camp found in Acunda. It has established itself as an ‘Angler’s Paradise’. Being right on the beach, you have whole ocean to practice your fishing skills. Bissagos Archipelago is also home to a ‘ UNESCO Biosphere Reserve’, mostly because of the impossibly diverse flora and fauna found in this region.