Without any doubt, 2020 was one of the most challenging years for Australian travel enthusiasts, having to spend the entire year in their home country. But fortunately, this year is about to end and the vaccination for the virus looks to be just around the corner. That means we can soon begin our return to normality, living a happy and travel-rich life.
Travel enthusiasts can now prepare their plans for 2021 that they couldn’t fulfil due to the global pandemic. We’ve brought information about our top travel destinations to explore next year.
So, without any further ado, let’s take a look at the travel to dream about for 2021.
A romantic trip would be pretty interesting, right?
Paris isn’t just about Eiffel Tower but there are lots of other activities you can enjoy here. We bet you’d fell in love with trendy shopping districts, vibrant markets, and the city’s quaint cafes. You’d also get to see the beautiful work of street artists who feel proud of showcasing their work to the tourists.
Glacier National Park
If you’re planning to visit the United States this year, we’d strongly recommend visiting the Glacier National Park. The park is best known for azure lakes and snow-capped peaks. You’d love to enjoy camping in this park. If you’re visiting the park in summer, you can engage in activities like swimming and whitewater rafting. And if you’re going there in winter, you may try skiing and snowshoeing.
There are several hiking trails in this park where you can enjoy the scenic view of nature. If you aren’t a fan of hiking, you may drive along Going-to-the-Sun Road in your vehicle.
There are tons of beautiful attractions in this region. It’s one of the best places to enjoy a memorable trip. You can also plan a cycling holiday in Italy to make the most of this stunning region, it’s sights, flavours and culture. We love visiting in the shoulder seasons between September and October or April and May, as the climate is milder and crowds are smaller. Plan your trip wisely and you will be rewarded with fantastic memories of breathtaking hills, world-class wines and even better company.
Maui isn’t all about nature but it also offers opportunities for adventurers such as snorkelling, hiking, camping, and more. Make sure that you take a visit to the Haleakala National Park when you’re on this island. Also, don’t forget to explore the local culture there.