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Where To Travel Next: Finding The Perfect Destination

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If you’re a travel fan or a victim of wanderlust, you’re probably always thinking about your next adventure. Although there’s nothing better than knowing that the world is your oyster, this can make pinning down a single destination hard to do. If you’re thinking about where you want to travel next, here are some tips to help you find the perfect destination

What kind of holiday are you looking for?
The type of holiday you want may dictate your range of options. If you’re looking for a beach break, for example, you’ll need sunny climes. If you’re more into action and adventure, this will rule out tranquil seaside towns or rural yoga retreats. Think carefully about how you want to spend your time, and this will help you narrow down your choices. Travelling isn’t always about soaking up the sunshine. If you tend to go away to the same spots every year and spend two weeks sunbathing, why not try something different this year? 

You could book an active break, take on trek challenges or embark on a cultural tour. Multi-stop breaks are worth investigating if you’re searching for the best of both worlds. If you go to Thailand, for example, you can combine trips to monasteries, palaces and temples with being marooned on a desert island with nothing but sandy shores and blue skies for company. Of course we want you to enjoy your holiday without breaking the bank so we are up for economy car hire.

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How far do you want to travel?
If you’re going away for a weekend, you probably don’t want to spend the entire holiday traveling. You're best option to save money and time is to get an economy car hire. In contrast, if you’re taking an extended break, a long flight may not bother you too much. If you’re flying from the UK, you can reach countries like Spain, Italy, France, Holland and Portugal within a few hours. If you’re opting for long-haul, destinations like the Caribbean, Australia and New Zealand, Canada and Costa Rica may be more appealing. 

Who are you going with?
If you’re flying solo, you have total control over the choice of destination. However, if you’re going with friends, family members or your other half, you’ll have to bear them in mind when making a selection. Write a list of ideas, and then do some research. You’re bound to find a few places that are of interest to all parties. 

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How much do you want to spend?
For most people, budget will play a role when it comes to choosing a holiday destination. If you’ve only got a limited budget, it’s probably not worth looking at long-haul flights and luxury all-inclusive hotels. To save money on travel, consider taking a break in the low season, compare the price of hotels and flights online and try and book transfers, extra luggage, and car hire in advance. If you don’t mind going at the last minute, you can also grab some great bargains if you book a holiday a couple of days before you plan to go. 

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Are you thinking about your next holiday? Are you toying with the idea of doing something different or are you travelling with friends? Whatever you want to do, there’s bound to be a perfect destination out there for you. Bear these questions in mind, and hopefully, they will help you to choose an ideal location. Happy holidays!


  1. Good insight! I agree, above are things that we have to think before planning holiday!

    1. Yep :) have a nice day to you and thanks for visiting my blog