4 Travel Destinations for 2018

Forbes has recently talked to many travel experts about what locations would be on their dream travel list for 2018. They came up with many hidden travel gems that you may want to add to your own list this year.

Cambodia

Owner Bill Bensley promises to have Shinta Mani Wild open before the end of 2018. This luxury camping experience is located next to three of Cambodia’s most important wildlife parks. Visitors can expect to explore South East Asia’s last wild estuarine ecosystem by boat, visit wild forests with local rangers and dine on locally foraged cuisine.

Mexico

While Mexico’s coastal region has been a favorite with visitors for many years, the interior of the Yucatan is going to be a hotspot for travelers in 2018. Take a helicopter ride to view the annual Monarch migration from the air. Alternatively, a hot air balloon provides unique transportation when viewing the Teotihuacan ruins. Consider staying at the ultra-modern Chablé resort.

Bolivia

Many travelers may have Bolivia on their travel itinerary for 2018. La Paz, Bolivia, has become a foodies dream vacation spot with many new restaurants opening regularly. Mercado Rodríguez offers a great place to sample different locally-prepared delicacies. Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world, and it offers breathtaking scenery. History lovers will adore visiting Tiwanaku, which is one of the oldest and highest cities ever built.

Tanzania

If you are looking to go on a safari in 2018, then do not overlook Tanzania as an option as it has Serengeti National Park, Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Crater. This country also boasts the highest mountains on the African continent. Ernest Hemingway described the Rift Valley as the prettiest scenery he saw in Africa, and most of it remains unspoiled.

You had better get your bags packed with so many unique travel destinations waiting for you in 2018.

Tourism Experts Reveal Top 15 Travel Destinations For 2018 Season

A newly released survey reveals 15 of the most unique travel destinations for the 2018 season. The reason this list is so special is because only seasoned tourism experts were allowed to vote for destinations. Below, we’ll go through the top five destinations on this list in detail.

The first area tourism experts love is Cambodia. Over the past few years, many people have only traveled to this Southeast Asian nation to take in the massive Angkor Wat temple complex. This year, however, tourism experts expect visitors will start venturing out to undiscovered areas of this nation. A few of these soon to be hot destinations include Krabey Island and Koh Russey.

Next up is the Yucatán Peninsula in southeastern Mexico. There are now dozens of specialized tours offering guests exclusive air balloon and helicopter rides around this area. If you can, travel guides highly advise you visit the Yucatán Peninsula when the Monarch butterflies arrive for their yearly migration.

The third most interesting place to visit in 2018 is the South American nation of Bolivia. Many tourists consider Bolivia to have the greatest scenery in all of South America, especially in the hypnotizing Salar de Uyuni salt flats. For those into high culture fine dining, you’ll find a great deal to admire in Bolivia’s capital La Paz.

Another wonderful place to visit in 2018 is the African nation Tanzania, especially the southern region of the country. A few specific areas guides recommend checking out here include the Ruaha National Park and the Selous Game Reserve.

Rounding out the top five on this list is Australia’s Tasmania region. Since Tasmania has been isolated from the Australian mainland over the course of its history, it has some of the most interesting architecture as well as an incredible array of flora and fauna. A particularly great place for new tourists to explore is the Tasmanian capital Hobart.

The other locations highly praised by tourism guides include the following: Asheville (North Carolina), Chad, Northern Brazil, the Faroe Island, Aysén (Chile), Milan (Italy), Tibet, Malawi, and Egypt.