The planet is full of magnificent locations that deliver the most breathtaking views and exciting experiences. It is not a matter of when to fly with any passionate traveller. It’s also not a matter of whether or not to fly. The only question is: which countries can one visit in the New Year of 2021?
And now that the New Year is upon us, it’s time to make your travel resolutions for 2021. And, to assist you in planning your travel itinerary, we’ve compiled a list of the best countries to visit in the New Year!
Why do you go: It is one of the best diving destinations in the world due to its treacherous coral reefs. Pink beaches, crystal caves, hiking and diving opportunities, and Rum Swizzle are only a few of the attractions (local specialty of alcohol). Bermuda is already gearing up to host the America’s Cup Superyacht Regatta in June 2021.
June is the best month to visit.
Why do you go: In 2021, Canada will celebrate its 153rd birthday, and cities such as Ottawa are planning a year of celebrations. A scenic glacier flight over Kluane National Park can also have spectacular views. You will also enjoy Maple Syrup on biscuits, crepes, and even beef, as well as participate in adventure games.
Why do you go: It stands out from the rest of the Caribbean islands thanks to prehistoric ferns and deserted beaches. Other attractions of the destination include the world’s third-largest barrier reef at Providencia, snow-capped volcanoes, an emerald-pool cascade, and the Carnaval de Barranquilla in late February.
Why do you go: Despite their popularity, ancient Maya ruins at Tikal, stunning colonial towns like Antigua, and busy mountaintop hubs like Quetzaltenango are not quite crowded. The lovely Lake Atitlan is surrounded by volcanoes and quaint little villages such as San Marcos and San Pedro, which are both worth visiting.
Why do you go: It is one of South America’s safest nations. It boasts of glaciers of Patagonia, Atacama Desert, the artsy hub of Valparaiso, wine country in the Aconcagua Valley, and rolling green hills in the Lakes District. Other highlights of a journey to Chile include the Monkey Puzzle Trees in the Lake District, a Patagonian Wildlife Safari, trekking in the Atacama, and horseback riding in the Andes Mountains.
Why do you go: Lima, Peru’s capital, is home to three of the top 30 restaurants in the country. In addition to the beauty and jungle stays, the Amazon Rainforest offers digital detox. Not to mention the ruins of Machu Picchu, which are classified as UNESCO world heritage sites.
Why you should go: The breathtaking scenery you’ll see when hiking through the Simien Mountains, climbing to a church on a cliff in Tigray, or boating through Lake Tana will leave you speechless.