Discover the Best Vacation Destinations in the World

The Great Barrier Reef: this iconic reef is blessed with the most breathtaking views in the sea.  It is the largest coral reef system in the world with 2900 reefs. Include it on your bucket list of the best places to see before you die.

Paris: the capital city of France. Paris is also the most popular and loved spot in the country.  It has an inspiring grandeur that makes it one of the most visited places on earth. Check it out on your next European travel adventure.

Bora Bora:  it is the most famous island in Tahiti. In case you don’t know, it is part of France. The name was originally Pora Pora which means first born.

Tokyo: it is one of the busiest cities in the world.  A little trivia, the Tokyo Skytree is the tallest free-standing tower and measures 634 meters.

London: it is illegal to die in the Westminster Palace. If you don’t know yet, Big Ben is the bell, it is not the clock tower.  The Beatles played their last gig at Apple Corps roof at 3 Saville Row.

Rome:  the city was founded in 753BC.  Now its population is around 2.7 million.  Modern Rome also has 280 fountains and over 900 churches.

Maui:  it is called The Valley Isle. It is the 2nd largest Hawaiian island. It is one of the most visited spots in the world for its amazing beaches.

Cape Town: it was appointed the best place to visit in the world, according to the New York Times, 2014.  The Castle of Good Hope is the oldest colonial structure or building in South Africa.

Barcelona:  the city has nine accolades from the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is known for its modernist architecture. Visit this place if you want a memorable vacation in one of the worlds most historical cities.

Yellowstone:  it was founded in March 1, 1872 and is the world’s first national park. It occupies 3, 472 sq miles and measures 63 miles north to south, and 54 miles from east to west.

Amsterdam: there are 165 canals in the city.  Approximately 11,000,000 wooden poles support the buildings in the city and there are 25, 000 bikes that end up in the canals annually.

Hong Kong: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is the official name. The name Hong Kong means Fragrant Harbor. The official languages here are English and Cantonese.

Cairo: Al-Qahirah is the Arabic name of the city. It means the conqueror or the victorious.  The city boasts an ancient wonder of the world within it’s city area. A random fact: Over 4.5 million cars are said to be in the city.

Washington DC: The residents drink more wine per capita versus any other state in the US. Did you also know that there is an empty crypt just beneath the Capitol building? Visit this place if you want a vacation to remember.

Grand Canyon:  beautiful, majestic, inspiring and humbling are some of the words often used to describe the Grand Canyon.  The best way to get around it is via the shuttle bus operated by the National Park Service.

British Virgin Islands:  there are about 60 islands in the BVI, but only 16 of them are inhabited. The BVI should not be confused with the US Virgin Islands though. It is composed of four main islands and other smaller islands located in the Caribbean Sea.

Bali:  it is the most popular island in Indonesia. It has astounding mountain scenery, friendly Balinese people and tropical beaches. Kopi Luwak, the world’s most expensive coffee is from this place.

San Francisco:  the city was called Yerba Buena, meaning Good Herb. The city was founded in 1776 and later renamed to San Francisco. Outside of Asia, San Francisco has the second largest Chinatown.

Argentine Patagonia: this place spans 1,043,076 km sq, almost half of the country. Yet it is home to only fewer than two million people. The best times to go is between October and March.

Budapest: did you know that 70 million liters of thermal water come to the surface everyday? That’s why it is known for its medicinal baths and long bathing culture, which started in the Roman times.  It is also said to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

New York City:dDid you know that 15, 152 life forms have been discovered in the subway system of this city.  These include bacteria and insects.