Top 6 World Travel Destinations for 2018

Traveling to a destination outside your country is always a memorable experience. Traveling to a destination that is not usually on a traveler’s itinerary makes it an adventure. If you are looking for recommendations for places to visit this 2018, then you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a list of the top 10 world travel destinations for 2018.

Grenada

Surrounded by pristine waters in the Caribbean, Grenada is known as the “Spice Island of the Caribbean” and boasts of a rich local cuisine and culture. The serene beauty of the island is enhanced by its relatively untouched beaches and well-preserved rainforest.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

A bustling cosmopolitan city that has much to offer for culture, architecture, food, nature, soccer, and nightlife enthusiasts. Tango enthusiasts would feel right at home where tango began. One can say that this is one city that almost never sleeps.

Da Nang, Vietnam

Pristine beaches with clear blue waters and scenic spots are one of the reasons to visit Da Nang. The beautiful mountainside makes it a perfect backdrop to watch the sunset. The other great attractions include French colonial inspired buildings and pagodas that date back to several centuries.

Famagusta, Cyprus

In 2007, Famagusta was included in the World Heritage Fund’s list of endangered heritage sites. The number of historical sites and well-preserved centuries old architecture that shows a mix of Greek and Turkish influence make it a great destination for historical enthusiasts.

Fiji

Known for its sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and colorful coral reefs, Fiji is a beach and diver’s paradise. The recent advent of luxury accommodations guarantees visitors leaving pampered and relaxed.

Malta

The perfect mix of ancient Greece and Middle Eastern culture lies in Malta. The richness of the heritage from its architecture to its food will make you glad you decided to visit. With its capital, Valleta, heralded as the “Capital Culture of 2018” in Europe, you might want to book a visit before the rush of visitors arrive.