The end of the tunnel for vaccinated travelers has finally arrived, Greece has lifted all travel restrictions and is open for tourists. Although there will be some limitations on things like local restaurants and clubs, tourists from the United States, the UK, and Europe can still enjoy Grecian beaches and resorts. These baby steps that Greece has been taking towards returning to “normal” have put the country under a spotlight making it the hottest summer destination of 2021…
Secluded Intown Treehouse, Atlanta GA
This calm getaway from the bustling city of Atlanta is Airbnb’s #1 most wish-listed property for a reason. The rusticly furnished suite of 3 rooms is nestled so high in the trees that it is easy to forget that you are still within city limits…
When most people imagine traveling to East Africa usually the first thing that comes to mind are safari tours, barren lands, and Dangerous wildlife. Although Tanzania has these sorts of activities available it is home to one of the Island Gems of the world, Zanzibar. Not only is it a stunning white sands paradise it is rich in history due to ancient trade routes, the island has been home to people from all walks of the earth such as Persian, Indian, and Arab merchants. During the centuries of Arab trade The island became a focal point in the ivory, and spice trade, Earning its nickname the “spice islands”. If you are a lover of antiquity and rich flavors this island is a one-of-a-kind stop, delivering island luxury as well as meaningful, diverse history.
The moment you step onto Costa Rican land you’ll be greeted by pristine beaches, lush jungle forestation, friendly locals, and an abundance of adventurous outings. It’s no surprise most people who come here fall completely in love. Whether it is for catching the waves or visiting waterfalls and volcanos, this gem nestled in central America is sure to steal your heart.
This under the radar best-kept secret, Isla Holbox, is the island paradise just lying off the northern coastline of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
The College of Charleston (founded 1770) has a breathtaking campus and has been home to movie scenes such as The Notebook, Cold Mountain, and The Patriot. The campus is shaded by oak trees littered with Spanish moss, which gives it the feel of a movie set any day that you walk through. You will want to make sure you have your camera if you visit this area.
Plitvice Lakes belongs to one of the oldest and largest national parks located in Croatia. Also, In 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Huacachina is currently known around the world as “the oasis of America”. This is because it’s one of the only natural water sites available in the desert between North and South America.
Mauritius: The island is one of Africa’s wealthiest destinations and is described as a tropical paradise.