If you don’t want to visit the same travel destinations as all of your friends and family members, simply continue reading to pick one of the top rated travel destinations for 2018.
The top travel destinations for 2018:
1. The Bahamas
The Bahamas is a Caribbean nation which is known for its world-class white sand beaches, which boast crystal clear turquoise water. However, if you’d like to tick visiting a beautiful pink sand beach off your bucket list, it’s well worth planning a trip to Harbor Island which is located in the Bahamas and which is home to one of the most stunning pink sand beaches in the world, Pink Sands Beach. Where you’ll be able to take photos of Pink Sands Beach which will make you the envy of all of your friends and family members back home.
Whilst exploring the Bahamas, it’s also worth visiting Atlantis Paradise Resort as it boasts a large water park where you’ll be able to slide through shark tanks, in the safety of a see-through perspex slide.
2. Rekyavik, Iceland
Whether you’ve always dreamed of being able to see the Northern Lights or you’re interested in soaking in the world famous Blue Lagoon, it’s well worth considering visiting Iceland and Rekyavik during your next overseas vacation.
As Iceland is famous for its geothermal activity you’ll also have the chance to hike next to some of Iceland’s volcanoes. Although helicopter tours are a great option if you’re not keen on hiking long distances or would like a bird’s eye view of Iceland’s geothermal terrain.
Other examples of activities which you’ll get to tick off your bucket list should you choose to visit Iceland include hiking to a waterfall, riding a snowmobile and visiting a museum which specializes in teaching visitors about the fascinating history of Iceland’s infamous Viking ancestors.
3. Whistler, Canada
Whistler is a ski resort which is located north of Vancouver and is famous for having hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics! So if you’re a keen skier or snowboarder, should you choose to visit Whistler, you’ll have the opportunity to explore a wide variety of thrilling runs. If you’re not a huge fan of skiing or snowboarding you’ll also be able to try your hand at snow-shoeing, dog sledding, ice skating and clay bird shooting.
Better yet, after an exciting day exploring Whistler’s great outdoors you’ll be able to enjoy a hearty dinner and a cold beer at one of Whistler’s cozy bars or restaurants.
4. Tel Aviv, Israel
If you’re not afraid to get off the beaten tourist track and are interested in visiting a travel destination which offers breathtaking historic sites it’s well worth considering visiting Tel Aviv, which is the capital city of Israel. Whilst you’re in Israel make sure to visit the Wailing Wall, which is an ancient limestone wall which is located in Jerusalem’s old corner and draws hundreds of thousands of visitors per year.
If you love nothing more than sunbathing and swimming, it’s also well worth visiting Tel Aviv for its spectacular beaches. One prime example of which is Gordon Beach, where you’ll be able to rent a sun lounger for the day.
So if you’re looking to enjoy a vacation that you’ll remember for years to come, you simply can’t go wrong choosing to visit Tel Aviv, Whistler, Rekyavik or the Bahamas during your next trip abroad.