Planning a vacation in this year? Read this post

If you’re planning to take a vacation this year, we’ve got the best places to visit in 2018. Whether you’re hoping for a quick getaway or plan on a long working vacation, these are the must-visit destinations this year:


Planning a vacation in Greece? You can’t go wrong in this incredible country, with every mainland and island destination having plenty to recommend it. Greek culture is alive and well, with thrill-seeking activities, inspired cuisine, and passionate music at every turn.

One of the best reasons to visit this country? Sailing holidays in Greece are an incredible way to see a large amount of the country in a small time frame. Book a crewed yacht charter and be bewitched by wide open skies and island-speckled seas.

South Korea

High rises soar in South Korea, and this futuristic city received a facelift when Seoul-lo 7017. This high-line park has libraries, bars, and cafes along what was once a disused elevated highway.

South Korea is hosting the Winter Olympics in 2018, and has built a new high-speed railway to take visitors to the games. If you prefer the warmth, experience the amazing urban nightlife or explore the mountainous delights.


Portugal has long been Spain’s little brother, stealing the spotlight as a centre for cuisine, culture, and art. Over the past few years, a bunch of artfully designed museums opened, along with incredible restaurants boasting rock star chefs, a celebrated microbrewery scene and a vast array of natural wonders. More than 300 Portuguese beaches earned a Blue Flag rating in 2016, making it the perfect destination if you’re hoping for a warm spot this summer.

New Zealand

Long before New Zealand became middle earth, it was a hub for adventure seekers. A suite of Great Walks, stunning trails, exquisite topography, and extraordinary wilderness awaits in New Zealand with multi-day trails showcasing dramatic scenery. Go bungy jumping, whitewater rafting, or skydiving in Queenstown, soak in the hot pools in Hanmer Springs, go whale watching in Kaikoura, and drink coffee in Wellington.


There’s a reason this brochure-perfect island is famous for luxurious beaches and sapphire seas. Watery fun includes lagoon cruises, sea kayaking, kitesurfing, and coral reef dives. Mauritius used to be known as the Star and Key of the Indian Ocean, but these days it’s a popular honeymoon destination.

What are your favourite vacation destinations? Leave a comment below and let me know!

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