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Best "little known" vacation destination?

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It seems the same destinations and popular cities are posted about over and over again. Obviously these are great vaca spots (hawaii, new orleans, nyc, vegas, etc). However my question is this . . .

What vacation spot do you love that most people haven't visited (or even heard of)?

I'll start. We went to St John, USVI last year and it is truly and undiscovered gem. Not a traffic light on the island, secluded beaches, great hiking, great dining, and gorgeous oceanview villas/houses for very reasonable rates.

Also, Kentucky is a great state to visit. Beautiful hiking, horse farms, distillaries to tour, and lots of back to basics fun.

What desitinations have you visited that others might not know about?

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