If you’re a jet-setter and are looking for new destinations to visit in 2018, simply continue reading to discover 4 destinations that are well worth adding to your bucket list.
Top destinations for 2018 revealed:
If you’re looking to get off the beaten tourist track it’s well worth visiting India. One of the best ways of exploring India’s countryside is by booking a ticket on a luxury train. Where you’ll enjoy white glove dinner service, whilst speeding through India’s vibrant countryside.
It’s well worth planning your trip to India to coincide with Holi, which takes place in March or the Diwali Festival of Lights which takes place in October. If you’ve never heard of Holi, it’s a celebration where participants dressed in head to toe white, throw colored powder on each other.
New Zealand boasts world-class ski resorts, lush forests, secluded beaches and a wide variety of adventurous activities, examples of which include luging, jet-boating, bungee jumping and zorbing. If you’re a huge movie buff, you’ll be able to tour Peter Jackson’s studio in Wellington and explore the sets of Lord of the Rings trilogy on horseback.
If you’re a foodie, you’ll fall in love with New Zealand’s gourmet restaurants which serve fresh seafood and succulent lamb. Which you can wash down with a glass of award-winning New Zealand wine. Best of all New Zealanders are world renown for their friendliness and willingness to help travelers have the best possible experience.
South Korea is set to host the 2018 Winter Olympics. So if you’re keen to explore Asia and are looking to visit a new travel destination it’s well worth heading to South Korea in 2018.
Should you visit Seoul, which is South Korea’s capital, it’s well worth touring at least one of Seoul’s ancient palaces. One example of which is the Gyeongbokgung Palace, which was built in 1395 and is home to The National Palace Museum of Korea and The National Folk Museum of Korea. If you’re interested in dressing up in a traditional Korean hanbok, you’ll be able to dress up in a hanbok of your choice and get your photo taken as part of a tour of The National Folk Museum of Korea.
Lastly, whilst exploring Korea, it’s well worth trying kimchi a traditional dish which contains fermented cabbage and horseradish and is served with just about every Korean dish imaginable!
Spain boasts 44 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and boasts a variety of fun-filled festivals. Examples of which include the annual running of the bulls which takes place in San Fermin and La Tomatina, which takes place in Bunol. If you’ve never heard of La Tomatina, it’s a festival where tens of thousands of locals and tourists, fling tomatoes at each other.
If you visit Spain’s capital Barcelona, make sure to climb the Spanish Steps to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of Barcelona. As an added bonus, the Spanish Steps have featured in a wide array of movies and tv programs and make a great backdrop for a photograph, that will make your friends and family green with envy.
So if you’re keen to plan your next overseas trip, it’s well worth exploring one of the fun-filled destinations listed above.