A new stamp in your passport is something you are always proud of as a traveler. It is a nice reminder of that long journey, but of course it’s also simple proof that you have been to a certain country.
Some travelers turn it into a competition to collect unique stamps, and sometimes they (literally) go a long way to do so. We found 6 unique examples for you!
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1. Machu Picchu
If you are lucky enough to visit Peru one day, don't forget to visit one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. The ancient ruined city, Machu Picchu, gives its visitors a nice souvenir to take home. You guessed it: a passport stamp! A unique stamp that symbolizes a unique experience.
2. San Marino
San Marino is surrounded on all sides by Italy and is the oldest existing republic in the world. A good opportunity to brag that you have obtained a passport stamp!
3. Easter Island
Easter Island is a Polynesian island in the Pacific Ocean, that belongs to Chile. It is one of the most isolated islands in the world, which makes it extra interesting for fanatic travelers. It is mainly known for the many Moai statues that can be found there. No wonder the statues are featured in their passport stamp.
Akhzivland is located on the west coast of Israel and is classed as a micronation. There are only a few micronations in the world, which makes Akhzivland very special. Another curious fact? Only 2 people live there.
Antarctica is already a very unique destination, which requires a lot of perseverance and motivation to visit. It goes without saying that travelers attach a lot of value to this passport stamp. And you've got to admit, that penguin is really cute, right?
6. Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos Islands are located at the equator in the Pacific Ocean. They belong to Ecuador and therefore do not have their own official passport stamp. Fortunately, as a tourist you can get an unofficial stamp in the tourist office in Puerto Ayora.
Itching to start a passport stamp collection for yourself? Book your trip now!