Trending Destinations December 2019

You don’t have to spend your winter cold and gloomy just because it’s frosty outdoors.

We recently had an increase in the number of plans created for below destinations. So we though we should share!

The list includes Norway, so you can ski, sled, and make snow angels to your heart’s content. Also included are warmer destinations with both rural and urban appeal.

If anyone you know is planning a trip to one of these destinations, please spread the love and share the post!

Indonesia

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It’s the country’s astounding cultural diversity that makes an Indonesia holiday especially rewarding.

A true melting pot, Indonesia includes over 300 ethnic groups. It’s also home to nearly 750 languages and dialects.

Begin your tour by discovering the country’s big cities. Beyond the cities, find volcanoes, white-sand beaches, as well as sprawling tropical forests.

Top draws include Nusa Dua Beach and Komodo National Park.

Norway

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Take a trip to Norway to find the land of fjords, northern lights, and unspoiled nature.

A heaven for active holidaymakers, the country offers many resorts for downhill skiing as well as snowboarding.

The cities combine historical and modern architecture. They also feature a selection of museums, art galleries, and performance venues.

Don’t miss places like Kon-Tiki Musem and The Arctic Cathedral.

Sedona, Arizona, USA

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When you visit Sedona, you’ll find yourself in the strange world of red sandstone formations.

In addition to offering quick access to weird and wonderful nature, the city boasts a lively arts community. It’s home to over a hundred art galleries .

Start your tour with a trip to Cathedral Rock. In the city itself, see Sedona Heritage Museum and Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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holiday in Kuala Lumpur reveals a place where colonial influences stand shoulder to shoulder with Asian traditions.

The ultramodern downtown features many shops and cultural attractions. As well as many options for entertainment.

Also appealing, historic districts offer immersive cultural experiences as well as pristine religious sites.

Top suggestions include Museum of Illusions and National Mosque. Also of interest, Central Market Kuala Lumpur is an engrossing shopping option.

Mactan Island, Philippines

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Thanks to a nearby coral reef, Mactan Island holidays remain popular with divers of all abilities.

The beaches serve as tourist havens. They offer resort amenities, beach bars, as well as water sports rental shops.

Diving and snorkeling appeal to most visting the island. For historical sightseeing, don’t miss Magellan Shrine and Lapu Lapu Statue.

Naivasha, Kenya

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Tours of Naivasha simply must include boating among the waterfowl of the placid lake.

Other fun options include camping and bird-watching.

Climb Mount Longonot to stay in shape. You can also bike around Lake Nakuru. To find out how the locals live, go to Kiambethu Farm.

Tamara

Educated in Chicago and based in Serbia, Tamara travels with passion and believes that one written word can be worth at least a thousand pictures. When she's not conquering the world one blog post at a time, she likes to eat pizza and take long naps--preferably at the same time.
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