Now that 2019 is here and the summer is on it’s way, you might start wondering what to do and where to go for your summer holidays. There are so many great options when it comes to destinations for getaways for both couples and families alike, it just depends what you want to do. If you aren’t sure where to start though, check out this great list of top destinations for you to check out for 2019.
Your Own Backyard
Travelling around your own country can be hugely rewarding and allow you to experience things and places you never knew were a part of your country. The UK is awash with amazing counties that are just waiting to be discovered, along with unique experiences such as coasteering in Cornwall from Adrenalin Quarry. If you’re a thrillseeker, this is the kind of activity you’re looking for in one of the UK’s most beautiful regions. If you want something a bit quieter though, why not check out the beautiful Exmoor National Park in Somerset and North Devon for all your hiking, relaxing and exploring desires.
Another great idea if you’re already planning your 2019 summer vacation is to head out somewhere a bit more exotic. With numerous places within easy flying distance of the UK such as Morocco, Tunisia, Italy, Greece and Turkey, there are loads of affordable and enjoyable travel ideas that are accessible and enjoyable.
If you’re looking for a long haul journey with flair, consider checking out the likes of Indonesia, Thailand or Vietnam – all hugely popular right now with both young backpackers and older luxury seekers. If that doesn’t float your boat, consider taking a very long haul flight all the way to the other side of the planet to visit New Zealand – a country full of beaches, mountains and stunningly epic scenery that will keep you enthralled and awe-struck for weeks on end!
Best In The West
If you love the outdoors and you want to try something new, consider a trip to Canada. With so many different areas to choose from, the only issue you will have is deciding which part to explore. The west is awash with mountainous coastlines, prairies with unique highlights, badlands and historic sites while the east is focused a bit more on culture, cosmopolitan life and Canada’s vivid and varied history.
So if you want to explore somewhere new this year, even if it’s your own backyard, you don’t have to look far to find an epic adventure that will have you breathless and in awe throughout the trip. Enjoy!