So, where will you go this summer? Do you have a plan, an itinerary for the summer holiday? If you are among the undecided, it’s time to start packing and planning! We have a few great destinations that you shouldn’t miss. We selected some of the most amazing and jaw-dropping locations that will remain forever in your memory. The best part is that they are not that common among the regular tourist and this will make them even more special.
A few words of caution
Before we start our worldwide adventure, it’s best to make sure you are prepared for a great summer holiday. For this, first you have to learn how to plan a holiday or a trip the right way. Many think that after a trip or two, they are experts, but planning takes time and attention to details. You must know how to plan your time in order to create the perfect mix between activity and relaxation. Otherwise you could end up being either too tired or too bored to actually enjoy the holiday.
Second, in order to have a great summer, you have to make sure the locations you want to visit are per your liking. This means reading reviews and looking for accommodation possibilities. And one of the most reliable sources in this situation is represented by travel bloggers. Actually, you can take a peek at the summer locations preferred by travel bloggers right now.
Top 5 destinations you can’t miss
Now, that you are prepared and ready to start your summer adventure, here are our top 5 destinations.
More exactly, we recommend Playa del Carmen – a heaven with fine sand beaches, palm trees, and landscapes you only see in postcards. The location is situated 45 minutes away from the crowded Cancun and offers relaxation, astonishing beaches with white sand, and clear, turquoise waters. Playa del Carmen is pretty easily accessible but every little tip and trick will help you explore this beautiful city. The experts at CasaGo offer travel information for getting to, and around Playa del Carmen. From the weather during different times of year, to safe transportation options, you want to be well versed on this before touching down!
However, there are other amazing things to do here. For instance, close by is the Meso-American Barrier Reef which is great for adventurers while those passionate about history have the possibility to visit the Mayan archeological sites.
#2: Casablanca, Morocco
Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and represents the beautiful blend between the African and the European culture. If you’ve never been to an African country before, you may be shocked by the level of development you’ll see as Casablanca resembles some of the most well-developed cities in Europe. The economy is flourishing here and the new is mixed with the old every step of the way.
For instance, you can see skyscrapers and modern companies being represented here. However, if you look a bit deeper, you will find monuments like the Hassan II Mosque – one of the architectural marvels of the old.
This is another place where 2 civilizations meet (Indonesia and Malaysia), but it’s nothing like Morocco. The Borneo islands are mostly wild and untamed by human hand which makes them great for adventurers. Since this location has such a huge potential for tourism, big names adventured on the coastal line and now you can find accommodation nearby.
Due to its wilderness, this habitat offers a quick glance into the wild world of the rain forest. The best part is that tourists can pay for customized tours around the islands in order to see special animals that can only be found here.
So, if you love adventure and a humid habitat that bursts with green and jaw-dropping landscapes, Borneo is definitely for you.
Israel as a country has a fantastic history, with amazing turn of events and lots of mythical and religious ideas. This led to architectural marvels, great stories and a mixture of cultures and people you won’t see anywhere else.
There are lots of places to see, most of which you’ve heard about from the Bible of from movies. Thus, you can see the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the Sea of Galilee (where Jesus walked on water), the Dead Sea, and some of the most important cities. One we recommend is Tel Aviv, the second one by size in the country.
No, they are not living in tribes and no, you don’t have to sleep in a tent. They are indeed in full development process, but this means the prices are low and you get to do a lot of stuff with a lot less. Zimbabwe is a completely special location as you will actually get to participate in a canoe safari on the Zambezi River during which you’ll see crocodiles and hippos.
Zimbabwe is also close the popular Victoria Falls, it has elephants, zebras, and wild felines that will put a chill down your spine. What more could you want from a summer holiday?
Hoping we managed to offer you at least one viable destination for this summer, we wish you a fantastic holiday, filled with relaxation and adventure!