This moment is the one that leads you to wish to know as many destinations as possible, so your passport can be fully decorated. If there is a stamp that you don’t know yet or want to remind yourself how awesome some of them are, keep reading.
This is not exactly a country, but in this continent you can find up to fifty different nations. There is no official stamp for Antarctica, but this is the most common one.
Source: Travel & Leisure
Obviously not a country either, but you can get one of this stamps if you visit this wonder of the world, besides from the one you get when entering Peru, of course.
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If you head to this beautiful island, you’ll get in your passport the stamp of its unfamous moai statues. This pacific island will leave you speechless anyway, with or without stamp.
We promise we’re not kidding. This is the (unnecessary long) name of a Welsh town. Around the dragon that represents the place, all the letters appear stamped. For me, it kind of looks medieval. Really cool.
The quantity of tourists that are allowed per year, only around 1500, is pretty low. Taking into account that you just can visit the country if you book with authorized travel agencies, it’s not that usual to get this meaningful cycle in your passport.
Don’t guess yet! It’s not Ireland! Although it could perfectly fit, this cute clover belongs to Montserrat, a Caribbean Island that has a big Irish heritage. I love when symbols from different cultures are shared.
Source: Carib Journal
Yes, Argentina! You’ll get this kind of vintage stamp if you head to the most southern city in the world, apart from the one you get when entering the actual country.
How great is it to get a polar bear in your passport when getting in this Canadian town? Take it as a way of being 100% conscious about the environment from the time you get in the country until the day you leave.
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Considered as one of the most remote and inhabited islands in the world. The trip to visit it can last up to five days by boat, from the nearest point in South Africa, so get well ready if this is going to be your next destination.
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Considered as a micronation, it literally is a tiny spot. You can find it in the Mediterranean coast of Israel, as well as its two inhabitants, who of course own their proper passport.
Another adorable animal. This little turtle was created in 1963 by Suzy Soto and is still the symbol of your entrance in this paradisiac destination.
Apparently, these paradises have really cute animals as passport stamps. In this one, you will see Lonesome George, the only tortoise from Pinta Island that lived to reach 100 years.
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