Ever dream of getting away and not having to worry about how much it would cost you? …Where would you go? …And what would you do?
I’ve tried to come up with a bit of variety that would cater for all reading my blog…if money wasn’t an issue and you could spend as much as you wanted.
Start in Sydney by visiting the Opera House before heading to the coast and Cairns to see the Great Barrier Reef and enjoy the tropical climate. Visit the Outback, see the koalas and kangaroos and simply enjoy some shrimp on the Barbie before you head home.
This beautiful island in the South Pacific offers stunning and serene vistas with its crystal-clear waters. The tropical climate makes it perfect for relaxing on the beach and soaking in the sun. Come with your pocketbook, though. The resorts start at around $2,000 a night per person.
The largest and busiest island in French Polynesia, Tahiti is the place to go for simply relaxing on the beach, or for those that surf, you can find the most awesome surf spots with the perfect barrels. Formed from volcanoes, Tahiti is known for its overwater bungalows and intimate, romantic settings.
South Africa offers visitors so much to do. From Cape Town with its excellent shopping and cuisines, to the wilderness or Kruger National Park, there is plenty to see and experience. You definitely want to take a safari and see many of the animals up close that the country is known for, and in their natural habitat.
Who wouldn’t want to spend one of their holidays in Italy? From Rome with its historic buildings to Florence with its museums and statuary, Italy is a must-see destination. The food and the wine alone make visiting Italy memorable. And since money is no option, consider staying in a luxury villa on the Amalfi coast, where you can experience it all.
Cruise Around the World
If you can’t decide on one vacation spot, then choose them all. A cruise around the world is a great way to relax and see everything you wish to see and do. Many cruise lines offer these packages and they usually include 78 destinations on six continents. Clear your holiday/vacation calendar because these cruises last about three months.
European River Cruise
Of course, if three months at sea is too much, you can always opt for a European river cruise. These cruises hit many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, as well as giving you a glimpse of many small towns and villages across Europe. These luxury cruises last about 27 days, which may fit into your holiday plans a little better than three months at sea.