Do you want to travel overseas but can’t decide where you should go? Many people who haven’t travelled overseas much get overwhelmed trying to decide where to travel. The world is a huge place with so many choices, no wonder it’s hard to decide. If you’re a new traveller or a solo traveller, certain places will be more enjoyable, easier to navigate, and overall less scary, while still offering lots of culture and things to do.
England is a great country for new travellers for many reasons. One of the biggest is that they speak English so you won’t have to worry about getting past a language barrier. While London isn’t a cheap city, you can save money by using public transportation and eating at local pubs instead of fancy restaurants. And since London is a big city, there are lots of things to do. Visit museums, see Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye and the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace.
Dubai is a city that is not afraid of ambition. City authorities have pumped billions into positioning itself as a tourist and business hubs. There so many things to do in Dubai including the tallest man-made structure on earth, shopping and sightseeing. It is a perfect place to experience the and the new!
South Africa is full of adventure, history, wildlife and great food. So, if you are a thrill seeker or looking to spice your life up a bit, then South Africa is the place for you. Whether you are interested in going Shark Cage Diving, Paragliding off of a mountain over a capital city or blokarting down by the beach then South Africa is definitely the place you should visit.
This is another great English-speaking country, so as a new traveller you can see something different without having to worry about the language. Australia is a really big country, almost the size of the continental US, so there’s something for everyone. But don’t try to squeeze too much into your trip.
Whether you are a first-time traveller or not, France is a place to visit. It has a pace that rivals New York and London, but there’s a certain casual elegance to it all that’s matched by famous museums like the Louvre and Musee d’Orsay. To enjoy the city more, endeavour to understand a bit of French.