Whether you’re looking to spend $500 or $50,000 on an adventure, get out and see a new part of the world in 2018. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a relaxing vacation in a state you haven’t seen or looking to explore a new country. Make a plan and make it happen.
This Caribbean island is perfect for those looking for crowd-less beaches, lush rainforests, and alluring culture and cuisine. This island is oddly not well known, making it perfect for adventure seekers looking to get an authentic experience rather than the tourist view of the island.
Greenville, South Carolina
With an uprising of trendy and upscale restaurants, this is a great place if you’re in the mood to do a food tour. The town will soon have a food-based market called the Commons. From modern dining at Jianna from Michael Kramer to the speakeasy lounge Vault & Vator, the restaurant collection is mind blowing.
If traveling within the U.S. means more spending freedom when it comes to laying your head, hit the Grand Bohemian Hotel. This elegant $75 million property will favor a rustic lodge with urban elements. Travelers looking to lay low with their spending should head over to Westin Poinsett, a history hotel with plenty of southern charm.
Los Cabos, Mexico
The small towns of Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo are some of the hottest spots for a good time. From the high energy nightclubs to the luxurious hotels there’s plenty to see. Don’t forget the beach. You’re “shore” to have a good time.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
If you need a reason to get out and see the world, what better reason is there to head over to New Mexico than for the famous annual hot-air-balloon festival? While you’re in the area swing by the $40 million One Central. The entertainment hub has an upscale bowling alley and plush restaurants.