The world is so beautiful and people are looking to travel as much as possible. Travel not only lets you enjoy the beauty of the world but it can help you grow as a person. You can experience so many beautiful people, cultures, traditions and countries. Traveling is something everyone should try to do as there is so much that can be learnt. Seeing the world not only helps open our eyes and mind but also refreshes you and educates you. Here is out top 10 travel destinations to visit this year.
10] Los Cobos, Mexico
Los Cabos is a district located at the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California Peninsula. It is Mexicos quickest-growing resort area that offers beautiful deserted beaches. This place offers exactly what you need for a holiday like laid-back nightlife, 5 star resorts, great food and fun. Only certain beaches are allowed for swimming. There are so many things to do there, you can Whale-watch, hang-glide, snorkel, hit the beautiful golf courses and go fishing. The SuburBaja buses make travel easy and go up and down the coast.
Malta is an archipelago in the Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. The archipelago consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino. Malta’s landscape contrasts rocky stretches of coast that end in limestone cliffs with sheltered bays that hide clear water and gold beaches. The islands’ many marinas are packed with boats, Snorkellers and divers have much to explore underwater as well, a world of caves, crags and wrecks. Traditional Maltese food mixes Sicilian and Middle Eastern flavours, while making use of local ingredients such as rabbit and honey. The Maltese people are warm and welcoming: if you ask for directions, it’s possible a local will walk with you to help you find the way. Plenty of 21st-century sophistication can be found, but there are also little places where you can feel you’ve gone back in time like all the beautiful old churches that tower over villages.
8] Cape Verde Islands
Cape Verde’s heritage is a mix of Portugal, Brazil and West Africa. These nearby countries influence have created the unique culture of the islands today. Olives and wine from the Portuguese region of Alentejo are popular at dinner, while African rice-and-spice stews are popular meals. At markets, you’ll find Portuguese crocheted blankets laid out next to vibrant African-patterned fabrics, while Brazilian samba-style beats play in the background. The island of Boa Vista is home to 55 kilometres of the sandy beaches and the sea’s a tropical turquoise. The colourful town of Santa Maria rolls out a hotel-lined, golden strip of sand that’s sheltered by two headlands. In plenty of bars and clubs you’ll hear funana – an upbeat tune usually played on an accordion.
Uzbekistan once sat at the very centre of the world. In the first millennium, no traveler could pass from Asia to Europe without stopping in the Silk Road strongholds of Bukhara and Samarkand. A Muslim-majority nation that’s both safe and affordable, with few tourists and an abundance of well-preserved mosques and harems. Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva never fail to impress visitors with their fabulous mosques, medressas and mausoleums, while its more eccentric attractions, such as the fast disappearing Aral Sea, the fortresses of desperately remote Karakalpakstan, its boom town capital Tashkent and the ecotourism opportunities of the Nuratau Mountains, mean that even the most diverse tastes can be catered for. Despite being a governed police state, Uzbekistan remains an extremely friendly country where hospitality remains an essential element of daily life.
Zambia a country where we would love to visit. The mesmerising wilderness full of wildlife, the beautiful landscapes and the breathtaking waterfalls. Adventures undertaken here will lead you deep into the bush where animals, both predators and prey, wander through unfenced camps, where night-time means swapping stories around the fire and where the human footprint is nowhere to be seen. Where one day you can canoe down a wide, placid river and the next raft through the raging rapids near world-famous Victoria Falls. For the independent traveller, Zambia is a logistical challenge, because of its sheer size, dilapidated road network and upmarket facilities.
Montenegro is a Balkan country with rugged mountains, medieval villages and a narrow strip of beaches along its Adriatic coastline. The people remain as they’ve always been: candid, convivial and charming. Unlike in many other emerging destinations, hassling and scamming visitors isn’t popular in Montenegro, you’re more likely to come across a spontaneous hug than a crook. It’s not even 300km from tip to toe, but Montenegro’s coastline crams in some of Europe’s most spectacular seaside scenery. Mountains jut sharply from crystal-clear waters, ancient walled towns cling to the rocks and dip their feet in the water like they’re the ones on holiday. In summer, the whole scene is bathed in the scent of wild herbs, conifers and Mediterranean blossoms.
Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic. It is separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George’s Channel. Ireland is the third-largest island in Europe. Ireland is beautiful, you can’t go wrong to visit the brooding loneliness of Connemara, the dramatic wildness of Donegal, the majestic mountains of Mourne, the world-famous scenery of counties Kerry and Cork, and the celebrated Causeway Coast. History is everywhere, from the breathtaking monuments of prehistoric Ireland at Brú na Bóinne, Slea Head in Kerry and Carrowmore in Sligo, to the fabulous ruins of Ireland’s rich monastic past at Glendalough, Clonmacnoise and Cashel. The island’s newest tourism venture, Ireland’s Ancient East, is all about its rich heritage.
3] PyeongChang, South Korea
Pyeongchang is a county in Gangwon Province, South Korea. It’s known for Odaesan National Park, with trails crisscrossing the Taebaek Mountains. The park is also home to several Buddhist temples, including Woljeongsa Temple, with its 9-story octagonal pagoda. Pyeongchang county was host of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Two main ski resorts in the area, Alpensia and Yongpyong, will host most of the events. This is a great place to visit and see the life that is lived in this part of the world from food, nightlife and living to entertainment and social activities.
2] Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon is Portugal’s coastal capital city. A warm Mediterranean climate, bleached white limestone buildings and intimate alleyways, Lisbon’s mix of traditional architecture and contemporary culture makes it the perfect place for a family holiday. Exploring the city centre will take a few days or you might try climbing up the Cristo Rei, a huge statue of Christ with spectacular views across the whole city. The Castelo de São Jorge also offers great views, a short tram ride to the to Belem will bring you to attractions like the Belem Tower and the Belem Cultural Centre.
1] Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, sits off the mainland on an island in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf. The often slick and modern capital of the U.A.E. presents a fascinating mixture of tradition and progression. Tracing its rich history back to around 3000 B.C., Abu Dhabi maintains a more distinctly Arabian ambiance than glitzy Dubai. It has luxurious hotels, places, cars, restaurants and more. Malls are filled with all the high end designer stores you could ask for. It is a quite Dubai. Taxis are a safe, reliable way to get around sites such as The Corniche Park, the White Fort, the Heritage Village, which offers glimpses into Bedouin life, and the Women’s Craft Centre.