Still planning your summer vacation? Join us on a trip through 10 must-see destinations to consider. From blue waters to delicious street food, these are the top 10 places millennials are sure to travel to this summer.
There’s been a 24% uptick in travelers interested in visiting Bora Bora in 2019. If you’re looking for breathtaking views and a beachy, bungalow vibe, Bora Bora is the place. From French-influenced foods to the shockingly turquoise lagoon, Bora Bora provides an unforgettable experience, everytime.
Seated in the Leeward Islands of the Carribean, the French and Dutch influenced island fuses elegant cuisine, a vibrant nightlife, and duty-free shopping. You can’t go wrong with great food, entertaining nights, and all the luxury you can buy. As far as we can see, St. Martin is an island paradise for the modern traveler.
High in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, this resort town is a year-round destination that boasts high-end restaurants and one-of-a-kind boutiques. With architecture reminiscent of the silver boom (a period of silver mining activity in Colorado in the late 19th century), you can enjoy resort realness alongside a hint of history.
Capital and hub of Bali, this southern island vacation spot is laid back with unforgettable sunrises to the east. The beachside city offers resorts, island temples, and, of course, impossible shopping finds. Its capacity for beauty alongside 10th century artifacts is stunning. Take all the photos the cloud will allow!
Set in the jewel of Hawaii, Kahului hosts commercial shopping against the curious secrets of industrial neighborhoods and harbors. Indulge in tropical botanicals or the local swap meet, Hawaii’s largest open air flea market. If you’re looking for a down-to-earth, and a laissez faire vibe, then Kuhului, Hawaii is the place for you
At the mouth of the Liffey river, Dublin sits as the historical capital of Ireland. Home to the world-famous Dublin Castle and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, you can get a Guinness directly from the storehouse before wandering through leafy mountains. Summer is peak season for mild and warm weather that pleases.
St. Lucia is a down-to-earth destination, with beautiful blue waters and breathtaking mountains. One of their most popular places to stay, Jade Mountain, sits on a tropical hillside with sweeping sea view. Other top things to do include Sugar Beach, Pigeon Island National Park, and Sulphur Springs (the world’s only “drive in volcano”).
Ultra-modern and traditional, Japan’s capital gem is lit with neon towers and is home to historic temples. The city seems to offer everything from classical art to sky high observation decks, and it promises experiences like a day at Disney – with a twist.
The only desert find on our list, Palm Springs makes its mark in the Sonoran Desert of So-Cal. With hot springs, chic hotels, golf, and spas enjoyed against the midcentury-modern look of its architecture, it’s the perfect place for a U.S.-based adventure.
Known to be the largest city in Alaska, Anchorage awaits in the southern part of the state in the Cook Inlet. Displaying traditional crafts, dances, and artifacts of the city’s indigenous groups, Anchorage is the gate you cross when you want to visit a true wilderness (glaciers included.)
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing day at the spa or an adventurous afternoon in the wild, these are the top 10 places where you can find it all this summer.
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