"Lord Howe Island. Few Americans know about it. Only so many allowed at a time. Sounds like the anti-Disneyland of vacations to me!"�%u2014Julia Taylor (From: What%u2019s the One Place You've Always Wanted to Visit?)
Lake Atitlán, Guatemala Set up in the Guatemalan Central Highlands, and bordered by three volcanoes, Lake Atitlán is the deepest lake, at 1,114 feet, in Central America. Along with its natural beauty, the lake is famous for the Maya villages that ring its shores, many of which have been there for centuries.