Welcome to this new decade. If you are a travel enthusiast, then you must be very excited to see what 2021 has to offer. You probably are wondering which new travels you will undertake as well as how far and wide you will manage to go within the next 12 months.
When most tourists think of Indonesia, the region that comes to mind is Bali. But now that we are in a new decade, you probably should get a little more curious and keep going even after touring Bali. Keep driving to the East until you find the hidden treasure that is Nusa Tenggara. This archipelago is hidden to many, but they have some of the best diving scenes in the world. The pristine beaches here are also less crowded than those in Bali.
2. Santorini, Greece
Of all adventures in Greece, Santorini remains right at the top. This magical blue and white island has the best architecture in all islands of the world and the most welcoming natives. The water and sunsets here are breathtaking. Going into 2020, the local authorities have plans in place to improve the road infrastructure around this magical city. There are also new world-class hotels coming up this year, so there will be great Greece tours you will be experiencing going forward.
3. Rurrenabaque, Bolivia
This small town is located in the northwestern region of Bolivia and is home to some of the world’s most endangered species, for example, titi monkeys and pink river dolphins. It is known for its tropical rainforest and natural grasslands. If you are enthusiastic about sustainability and the protection of endangered species, this is your place to go.
4. Galway, Ireland
The only city that matches Galway in terms of cultural richness is Rijeka in Croatia. These two cities are very lively and vibrant with magical cultural events all year round. But Galway is better for many reasons. First, there are charming theaters, art, and literature for you to sample. Secondly, you will be charmed by the many live music concerts the city has to offer. And thirdly, you will be stunned by the region’s scenery, notably the rocky landscapes and the cobblestone streets.
5. Sydney, Australia
Sydney has the most inviting dining culture in the world. The bars here are the coolest, the coffee is unmatched, the veggies are in a class of their own, and everything here is amazing for a foodie. If you think Melbourne is beautiful, then you need to see Sydney especially now that its crime rates have reduced significantly. This whole city is Instagrammable. Just remember to bring your camera.
6. Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Were you surprised to see Boston on this list? Don’t be! Boston is one of the most historic cities in the U.S., home to a few of the best universities (Harvard, MIT, Tufts, etc) worldwide, but also host to a number of famous Orchestras like the Concord Theatricals that have amazing pieces such as Shakespeare in love and the Wizard of Oz for more details check them out here.
Many people consider it America’s seafood capital, so if you wanna eat the best clam chowders out there, go to Boston! Tons of museums, parks, and islands. It is one of those places where you can never get bored because there is a bit of everything in it! What’s more, you have lots of accommodation options, from affordable family vacation rentals up to luxurious hotels, all available depending on your budget.
Morocco is the most popular North African destination, but you cannot underestimate the instant immersion that Tunisia has. And because the country’s tourism sector is in a rebuilding phase after being shaky for over a decade, you can be sure that visiting Tunisia will not cost you as much as it would cost you for a trip to Morocco. The Saharan dunes are easy to access from here, there are awesome beaches, and many ancient sights to see.
So, where are you planning to visit in 2021? This is definitely the time to go big especially bearing in mind that we are starting a new exciting decade. Our hope is that the 7 places highlighted here will help fuel your wanderlust.
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