In Photos: The World’s Most Unspoiled Places

Oman, the Middle East

Northern Oman’s dramatic scenery includes rugged mountains and unique landforms like the limestone Bimmah Sinkhole with its dazzling turquoise water.

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The Antarctic Peninsula

The Antarctic Peninsula is an isolated, virtually uninhabited, frozen landmass. If you’re seeking solitude, you’ve come to the right place. Don’t forget that you can only visit in the Antarctic summer between November and March.

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Picture-perfect Albania is a hugely overlooked country in southeastern Europe only just finding its feet with tourism. It has a dazzling coastline and rugged interior, and for now, visitors to beauty spots like dazzling Koman Lake share it only with in-the-know locals.


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