I have been very fortunate to visit some incredible countries around the globe and I often get asked where is my favourite or ultimate travel destination is.
This is a question I often ask myself and for each new destination I visit, I consider if I could have a new contender.
If I could put 17 places on this list, it still wouldn’t be long enough so I’m going to keep it short and give you the top 4 destinations I’d advise all travellers to visit.
My first ever experience of travelling and it was a real eye opener thanks to this incredible country.
Worlds away from life in the UK, China is something else and an immersive experience that I will forever cherish. From the food to the kindest people and the landmarks which are on everyone’s bucket list, China is a country that should be explored in depth. It’s important that you really get to grips with the culture in China and throw yourself into life here, saying yes to everything and living like a local.
Best Food: Ramen – for breakfast lunch and dinner
Best landmark: Great Wall of China (obviously!)
The gateway to Africa, Morocco is a country that is oozing with culture and tradition.
From exploring the cobbled streets to the intense markets and ancient ruins, there is nothing quite like a trip to Morocco.
Again, full of rich heritage, Morocco is a place to visit for those seeking a taste of adventure whilst exploring the history of this diverse country. I don’t even need to mention the food but if you’re a devoted foodie, then Morocco should be at the top of your list and the perfect place to visit for a short break.
Best Food: Traditional tagine
Best landmark: Djemaa El Fna
South America is one of my favourite places in the world but if I had to choose one stand out destination from South America it would have to be Peru.
This richly intense country is a stimulation of the mind where you can mingle with the locals, explore world landmarks and eat the best street food around.
Machu Picchu is one of the greatest wonders but coming away from the crowd will allow you to really see the best Peru has to offer so I suggest hiring a local tour guide and going off the beaten track.
Best Food: Ceviche
Best landmark: Machu Picchu
Iceland is on this list because it is truly a magnificent place to visit with your camera.
You’ll need to be prepared for the cold but the experiences and things you’ll see seriously make you forget about the freezing cold.
Reykjavik is a popular destination which I implore everyone to explore from fishing to bathing in the blue lagoon, there is a world of experiences unique to Iceland. Again, come away from the tourist hot spots and go on your own adventures just be careful of the wildlife that roam free.
Best Food: Hangikjöt
Best landmark: The Northern Lights
So, there you have my top four travel destination, where would you recommend me to go? Let me know by getting in touch today!