If you’re a travel freak chances are you’ve already planned where you will you go in 2018. In case you still haven’t made up your mind, we can certainly help you narrow your wish list of destinations with our Top 10 World Travel Destinations list.
When you make a travel plan you’d see some are places you may not otherwise think of as great vacation destinations. We’d like to change that. We suggest you take these 10 places into consideration when planning your 2018 travels.
Here are the top 10 travel destinations you won’t want to miss. Book your international flight tickets now & See you there!
Argentina is vast, and there are so many things to do here. We doubt if you’ll ever get tired of it.
However, imagine yourself in beautiful Mendoza, wandering around the vineyards, having one too many glasses of fantastic Malbec and enjoying the sights and sounds of the city.
If you like alcohol and have a good amount of time, you can do a proper wine tasting course. Enjoy their harvest festival and have a chance to hike the mighty Cerro Aconcagua.
The Day of Remembrance is when Italy pays its tribute to the millions killed in concentration camps during World War II.
In Poland, these concentration camps date back to times immemorial. This is a place you must visit to pay your respect to those dead in World War II. It’s a memory you must keep for the sake of humanity.
You have to go there to marvel at this incredible work of nature that is Banff National Park in Canada.
Mountains and lakes that reflect the view of the snowcapped peaks. There are forests of a million shades of green, wildlife that includes bears, charming chalets and quaint little towns and adventure galore.
What happens in Vegas might stay in Vegas, but it sure will burn a big hole in your pocket if you don’t have serious money.
Hailed as one of the most exclusive properties on the Las Vegas Strip, the Sky Villa offers amazing views of the Las Vegas strip. It also has a private glass elevator, a glass spa jutting out over the balcony, 24-hour butler service and a dry sauna. Perfect for an expensive bachelor trip.
If you love visiting archeological sites, you should never dare going anywhere in South East Asia without planning a visit to Angkor Wat. It’s the most famous UNESCO protected site of Cambodia.
It’s a fantastic example of architecture and is the epicenter of their civilization. It’s also Khmers’ national symbol. It is little wonder why Cambodians are so proud of it. You need to spend at least 3 days wondering the entire complex of Angkor
This is going to be one of the most memorable trips of your lifetime.
Visit Iceland and hike Eyjafjallajökull. People say that the hike to its crater is one of the best in the world and you simply can’t miss on that.
The last Eyjafjallajökull eruptions were as early as 2010. Around 20 countries closed their airspace to commercial jet traffic and it affected around 10 million travelers.
Bergamo is a lovely hilltop town that owes much of its architectural splendor to the influence of Venice. Bergamo is divided in two parts – the Bergamo Alta that crowns the hill with its cluster of medieval and renaissance buildings, and the new and modern Bergamo Bassa below.
You may not know much about Bergamo, but you don’t have to. You can just soak in it’s beauty.
Mount Etna, towering at 3370 meters above sea level is an active volcano. That means it can erupt!
Etna is actually incredibly active. Photographers from around the world have captured the incredible eruptions. This is going to be a dangerous hike in Italy!
It might seem too remote and isolated, yet this UNESCO World Heritage Site will intrigue you in Greece.
Meteora is actually less than 4 hours drive from Athens. There are many lovely villages to stay nearby, and several hiking trails to the many monasteries. There’s even a monk jail! How weird and awesome is that!
Vietnam offers a unique mixture of interesting history, unique culture and minority groups. It’s buzzing cities and incredible natural sites will attract any soul.
The Sapa Valley is one of the most beautiful places here. Cascading rice terraces, mountains and quaint little villages make it an awesome destination. People here still follow a traditional lifestyle, buy things off their colorful markets, and you’ll have the possibility to go on amazing hikes