Teeming with historical cities, unspoiled nature, precarious thrill-inducing landscapes, and exotic coasts, our planet offers hundreds of paradise destinations. Highlighted below are just 10 of such places on our “Must Visit Destinations”.
The littoral town is a mélange of pristine nature, delicious cuisine, fascinating history, and exciting wildlife. Unmissable attractions include Table Mountain, Boulders Beach, Cape Point, and Kirstenbosch Natural Reserve.
Maldives is among the most exotic destinations. It boasts romantic white beaches, luxurious resorts, infinity pools, relaxing spas, and abounding aquatic sports. Stay at Soneva Fushi or Huvafen Fushi for swankiest sojourn.
Nestled in Canadian Rockies, Banff is among the world’s most beautiful places. Visit in summer to see it in eye-popping colours, hike the Tunnel Mountain Trail, and canoe across the Moraine Lake
Ditch the bucket-list brigade for the Instagrammable Blue Pearl. Visit for its soothing hammams, bustling souks, unique local cuisine, and cute cats. Since, Chefchaouen sits at the crossroads of Fes, Tangier, and Rabat, it makes a great base for Morocco itinerary.
What makes India’s Udaipur one of the best places to visit in the world is its swashbuckling history, Rajputana palaces, heritage hotels, flavoursome local dishes, and scenic locations. Enter the city like a royal guest on Mahajaras’ Express.
The Eternal City is a haven for history buffs and foodies. When exploring its cobbled Italian streets, prepare to traverse famous landmarks like the Colosseum, and sample Roman delicacies like Mercato Centrale Roma.
Perched high on a distant Peruvian hill, the Lost City of Incas has a magical quality. Take the 4-day hike along the Inca Trail or hop on the tourist train to reach this bucket list destination.
This idyllic Indonesian destination brims with thick canopies, pristine coral reefs, ancient rock paintings, caves, and dreamy beaches. Spend a secluded vacation cruising its 1,500 islands.
Mixing ultra-modern with traditional, Tokyo is vibrant, fun, culturally-rich, and full of adventures of all types of travellers.
In Maui, the second largest Hawaiian island, you drive along the road to Hana, breath in coastal views from a helicopter, watch golden sunsets, snorkel with sea turtles, and unwind on powdery beaches, and hike the world’s largest active volcano.
Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before.