7 destinations for those who hate noise

Being far from the mainland, sparse population or no wifi that is why El Chaltén, Komodo Island or El Mirador becomes a "tourist paradise" for those who hate noise.

Igaliku, Greenland


Igaliku is a small settlement in southern Greenland. This is a very sparsely populated area. The area is quite large but only more than 100 people live. Igaliku has many historical ruins of Nordic Europe since the 12th century, the green mountains, vast modern agricultural fields and vast wildflowers carpet.

The tranquil, tranquil setting in Igaliku is ideal for those who want to leave the bustling urban life and the lively bustle of football fans.

Son Kul, Kyrgyzstan


Kyrgyzstan is located in Central Asia, one of the most beautiful countries on Earth. 80% of the country is mountainous, while the remaining area consists of valleys and deltas. That is the reason why this country is a popular destination for climbing and hiking.

Besides, Kyrgyzstan is also a country with a rich culture. European-Asian intercultural expression manifests much through the architecture, cuisine, and lifestyle of the people.

Indian Pacific Train, Australia


Indian Pacific is one of the longest railways in the world. With 65 hours, you will have an unforgettable journey of 4,352 kilometers from Sydney to Perth.

On the train, in addition to enjoying delicious food, you have the opportunity to admire spectacular views vary by the land that the train passes through.

They are the majestic Blue Mountains, the vast land of Nullabor, the legendary gold mines, the horrible ghost towns, the green grape fields and the colorful wildflowers.

El Chaltén, Patagonia, Argentina


The small mountain village of El Chaltén is nestled in Los Glaciares National Park. This is one of the many tourist attractions of Argentina, once voted by Lonely Planet to be one of the best in the world to travel.

This time El Chaltén is experiencing winter, snow covers the mountains but it just makes the village become the perfect destination to both travel and away from the atmosphere of football season.

Komodo Island National Park, Indonesia


Green mountains, beautiful beaches, colorful coral reefs can only be reached by boat and especially with no wifi, which are the reasons for choosing Komodo National Park (Indonesia) during this time.

El Mirador Temple Complex, Guatemala


The El Mirador Shrine is one of the most visible examples of the prosperity of the Mayan civilization. This complex consists of many pyramidal temples and all preserved almost intact.

To reach this historic area, visitors can only walk, climb mountains, cross the mysterious jungle. Watching the sunset and sunrise behind the big trees and feel the mystery at this work is a worthwhile experience for any visitor.

Pitcairn Island, England


Pitcairn is located in the British overseas territory, a relatively isolated area of the world and has less than 50 inhabitants.

This is a great place for not only the bored of football but also for those who want to leave digital technology away from modern life.

By: Judith Edwards

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