Fodor's Week in Travel: Unexpected Escapes

Posted by Abbey Chase on September 05, 2014 at 5:00:00 PM EDT | Post a Comment

An unusual destination can mean a lot of things—a once-in-a-lifetime African safari, an underrated German port city, or a wine-centric hotel in the middle of Marrakesh or the Bahamas. If you search hard enough, any type of adventure can take you off the beaten path, whether you're looking for a wildlife-viewing trek that will take you to the ends of the earth or a quiet weekend getaway in North Carolina. Let us whisk you away to some of the less-visited corners of the world with our weekly roundup.

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