5 Unusual Travel Spots You Definitely Want To Visit In 2016
From Siberia to Cuba, these are some of the best off-the-beaten-path adventures you can take this year.
You sound like you deserve a trip in 2016. We have some ideas.
Fans of the outdoors: Book a trip to Siberia.
Things to do include ice diving in the deepest freshwater lake in the world, ice go-karts, snow kite on glacial lakes and ice golf.
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Foodies: Try Ghent, Belgium.
Led by the Flanders Kitchen Rebels, Ghent is driving a food revolution in Belgium.
And nothing says party like a food party, which has become an annual event called the Flemish Food Bash.
Sun soakers looking for an untouched beach: Check out India's Andaman Islands.
Only 37 of the 572 isles are inhabited, making them hard to get to.
But touring them on a diving yacht is always an option.
Wine aficionados beware: British Columbia's Okanagan Valley 2015 vintage wines are rumored to be the best in a century.
And Travel and Leisure named Havana, Cuba, the No. 1 travel destination of 2016.
If you can get there, you can check out the historic quarters, national parks or Ernest Hemingway's house.
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