“Where should I go next?” is a question that is always on every travelers mind. With so many authentic experiences to connect travelers to cultures, people and traditions, deciding where to travel to can be a bit overwhelming. All signs are pointing to 2017 being a very busy travel year. To help you decide on your next adventure, we compiled part 2 of our list of the most popular tour destinations in 2016. (Read Part 1) Based on these top traveler destinations, we predict these trends will continue onto 2017.
Carnival Cruises along with their sister company, Princess Cruises, are planning to release new wearable technology device, similar to Disney’s Magic, which allows cruise goers to streamline everything they do on board the ship. The new wearable device has been dubbed the “Ocean Medallion”, and is a little larger than the size of a quarter.
With so many beautiful and excited world destinations to choose from, deciding where to travel to can be a bit overwhelming. We compiled a list of the most popular tour destinations in 2016. Based on these top travel destinations, we predict these trends will continue onto 2017.
The reason many people travel is to experience life beyond the ordinary – and Regent Seven Seas Cruises are extraordinary than most. Regent is known for elegant style and indisputable attention to detail on all their ships and have been famously providing guests the ultimate all-inclusive luxury vacation. The graceful extravagance of all four of the Regent cruise ships allow you to relax and create memories that last a lifetime.
A bucket list is a catalog of personal goals and first hand experiences that you are wanting to accomplish. While some people add adventurous activities to their bucket list, most people have a list of countries and cities they want to visit. With so many beautiful places in the world, it’s easy to dream up the top destinations you are wanting to explore. We narrowed our list down to our 4 top favorite destinations that everyone needs to experience at least once!Continue reading