Hottest Travel Destinations to Visit this Winter
The New Year is about to start bringing new hopes and adventures and with it comes a chance for change. Whether you’re trying to change the traveling destinations you have visited in 2019 or are just wishing to travel more, we got your back. If you are looking for somewhere to go during the months of December, January, and February, from snow-capped ski resorts to sunny havens, these are the hottest travel destinations to visit this winter.
Destinations to Visit this Winter
To make this list of best destinations to visit this winter, we have gone through a lot of lists and reviews of the tourists. The result includes a list of eye-catching spots that you will wish to add to your wish-list.
Can you guess which is the widely searched winter destination on Expedia? If you thought Cancun, excellent job. And why wouldn’t it be on the top of the list? You’ve got wonderful beaches, loads of family-friendly pursuits, and awe-inspiring oceanfront retreats. December brings celebratory and entertaining rituals like light-clad palm trees. Furthermore, eateries serve all kinds of popular Mexican Christmas foods. It’s not just the weekends that pleasure in Cancun. New Year’s Eve rings in January with fireworks and seaside feasts that last until the minute hours of the morning. February indicates even more wonderful weather and frozen margaritas.
Looking for a tropical destination this year? Add St. Lucia to your check-out list. With Kayak reaching a 197 percent surge in business, this Eastern Caribbean island country is on the edge of blowing up. Which shouldn’t be hysteria given that it gives a mix of volcanic coastline, dense rainforests, exciting mountains, coral reefs, and extravagant resorts. In short: whether you’re endeavoring love or adventure, you’ll get it in St. Lucia.
Recently, it seems as though everyone is fainting over Marrakech. That does not mean that we accuse them. The crowded souks, elegant gardens, hammams, and marvelous architecture are completely overwhelming. If you’re willing to jump on the bandwagon, but don’t feel like quarreling with crowds and sky-high rates, pack your bags this winter.
You will be amazed that Lisbon doesn’t see gray skies or freezing temperatures, in fact, its climate remains favorable year-round. What used to be the off-season is now attracting an ever-widening number of visitants who enjoy roaming the cobbled alleys, peeping pastel-colored constructions, praising palace ruins, and chowing down on the regional flavors.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
One of the most famous destinations in the Middle East, Dubai astonishes with its modernist skyscrapers, including the record-holding Burj Khalifa, extravagance shopping, mouthwatering eateries, and glitzy resorts. For an additional dose of lavishness, time your tour to New Year’s Eve when you can see the magnificent fireworks demonstrations. Make this the most memorable tour ever by shelling out a few more clams for a marine suite at Atlantis, The Palm.
Canouan, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
For those trying to escape the cold and storm, Canouan is an excellent option. It’s not just the hot temperatures and turquoise waves that make it a fantastic Caribbean hideaway. Canouan also has this antique sensibility and far limited crowds than many of its touristy next-door-neighbor.
Recently titled the “best city in the world,” Bangkok attracts couples, backpackers, tourist groups, and explorers. Thailand’s capital is a tempest of magnificent palaces, eye-catching memorials, and dizzying night shops. It’s also a foodie heaven with delicious (and affordable) eats like papaya salad. With normal temperatures in the high 70s, you won’t have to bother about carrying a collection of jackets and shawls—so more space in your satchel for remains!