50 Vacation Ideas for Every Type of Traveler Part 52019-05-14
Jerome is a spooky little town perched on an Arizona hillside about 35 miles northeast of Prescott. In addition to featuring astounding views of the valley below, this quirky place offers kitschy gift shops, historical buildings and unique bed-and-breakfast accommodations that make you feel like it’s Halloween year-round. Eat at the Haunted Hamburger for a meal you won’t forget.
Los Suenos Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort: Herradura, Costa Rica
Animal lovers should head to Los Suenos Marriott Ocean & Golf Resort for a chance to get close to wildlife like large iguanas, macaws and monkeys. Head to nearby Carara National Park to see even more wild animals, including sloths, spider monkeys and anteaters.
Embark on a South African safari
Jacada Travel makes it easy to book a guided South African safari tour the entire family will love. The company’s 12-day South Africa Family Safari Explorer tour includes overnight stays in big game reserves, where you can spot lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos and buffalo in the wild. Trips also include hiking adventures, special kids meals and child care so parents can relax.
The DogHouse Hotel & Brewery: Winchester, Ohio
The DogHouse Hotel & Brewery near Columbus, Ohio, is the first craft beer hotel in the world. This interesting property houses 32 guest rooms, including dog-friendly rooms, as well as an interactive beer museum and a lobby bar with games and activities. Each room features its own tap with a beer of your choice, and there is even a beer fridge in the shower.
Cook your way through Italy
International Kitchen offers culinary adventures throughout Italy, including through the popular region of Tuscany. The six-night Living the Real Tuscan Dream vacation option makes it easy to enjoy the famous Italian countryside while learning how to make pizza, bread and regional dishes. You’ll even pick and cook with fresh fruits and vegetables grown by the trip’s chef.
NYAH: Key West, Florida
NYAH (Not Your Average Hotel) offers an adults-only oasis set in central Key West. This budget-friendly hideaway has rooms that sleep up to six people, multiple pools and hot tubs, a popular happy hour, free breakfast and more. Plus, it’s within walking distance of Duval Street’s shops and restaurants.
YMCA of the Rockies: Estes Park, Colorado
Families who love the mountains, camping and outdoor fun should plan a trip to YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park. This campground offers an array of planned activities, including crafts, archery, hiking, family campfires and swimming. Families can book cabins with up to four bedrooms or stay in an on-site lodge.
Fly around the world on a private jet
If money is no object, consider booking a National Geographic Expedition tour around the world in a private jet. The 24-day trip boasts a maximum group size of 75 people and stops in 15 UNESCO World Heritage sites, as well as other incredible destinations like Morocco and Bhutan. The trip includes overnight stays in luxury hotels, meals and adventures planned by expert guides.
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, Scotland
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park encompasses 720 square miles of lush Scottish scenery complete with hills, lakes and greenery everywhere you look. This national park is popular among tourists and locals alike for boating, hiking and camping. Visit one of the on-site visitor centers for more information on what to do and see.
The small island of Rhodes has become a hot spot for vacationers thanks to its scenic beaches and archaeological attractions. Rhodes takes you back to medieval times with its well-preserved city walls and bustling squares, yet you’ll have access to luxury hotels, fine dining and shopping boutiques.
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