Best Under-the-Radar Travel Destinations | MojoTravels

Best Under-the-Radar Travel Destinations | MojoTravels



Looking for the next Iceland? We’ve got you covered! Welcome to MojoTravels, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Coolest Under-the-Radar Travel Destinations in 2019.
For this list, we’re looking at some of the most beautiful, unique and picturesque locations that are on track to become the next big travel destinations, with a strong focus on the Northern Hemisphere.

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29 thoughts on “Best Under-the-Radar Travel Destinations | MojoTravels

  1. the phoenix 315 says:

    Why do go to Greenland when you can go to Alaska, Patagonia, Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, the South Island New Zealand or even Siberia when they have all got Greenland has got but better and more!

  2. Rodrigo Santos Valeriano says:

    The comparison between Azores and Faeroe Islands misses one point: the people from the Azores are still Portuguese, while the people of the Faeroe Islands are not exactly Danish.

  3. Richard Seder says:

    Driving the 18 islands is an amazing experience. Tunnels everywhere and they are one lane tunnels with one side having pullover areas. Your heart will beat fast from the views too. So many waterfalls from airport to town. You gotta go.

  4. Eduardo Velasquez says:

    As someone who is utterly enamored of Scandinavia, I agree with this. Norway (Lofoten in particulary), Faroes and Iceland are some of the most stunning places I have ever visited. Finland was also great. And Greenland and Alaska remain high on my bucketlist, as well. But boy, are all of those places pricey!

  5. Dante Canillas says:

    Of all the nations on earth, these are your best under the radar list and a couple of them are in the US? I don’t buy it. You need to travel more and visit other continents besides Europe and North America.

  6. Lissandra Freljord says:

    So all the hidden gems are located between North America and Europe. Aside from the Azores, all these places have Scandinavian-like climate and topography. Fjords, mountains, green steppes, cool to cold oceanic weather, snow, mist, volcanoes. You can find all that in Patagonia and New Zealand too. Kinda dull choices considering the lack of diversity in climates.

  7. Danna Vanessa says:

    if alaska was here Siberia shold have been too. I went there 2 months ago and it was amazing to watch how beautiful it was

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