Holiday goals right now may just mean a simple change of scenery and reuniting the family, but where will you go when virtual travel turns back to reality and the world is your oyster once more? From boho beaches to weekends in the wild, here are four top trips around the world to take when you’re ready to roam.
1. Boho beach bliss
Find sanctuary in the sun with a blissful beach stay. Make for the free-spirited Bali, Ibiza, Gold Coast, Mykonos, or Hawaii, for lazy days and carefree vibes. Invite the whole family for a much-needed reunion, and enjoy soaking up some sun while enjoying your own space in a holiday home that has it all.
2. Family jewels
In need of some family fun? Take the whole gang on an adventure they’ll never forget. Tour the Hobbiton Movie Set in New Zealand, chase thrills with a theme park-filled trip to Florida, or wander into the wild for a Kenya safari stay. For year-round sun, Spain has it all, with cable car rides to Mount Teide volcano in Tenerife and enough water parks, beaches, and carnivals to keep the whole family happy. Keep the feel-good going with a stay at a holiday home made with families in mind, with everything from magical princess dress-up and movie-themed homes, to water slides, lazy rivers, and playgrounds galore.
3. Into the wilderness
Head off the beaten track and surround yourself with your favourite people, nature, and little else, courtesy of a wild and wonderful rural retreat. Find a chic cabin hideaway in the Hunter Valley, or head off to the Great Smoky or Blue Ridge Mountains, Scottish Highlands, Cotswolds, or northern Tuscany, for the perfect mix of serenity and style. Walk, picnic, visit heritage sights, or simply bliss out with your favourite book as you drink in the world at its most wonderful.
4. Weekend wanderlust
Do more with your downtime with a weekend getaway. Head to the bright lights and city sights of Sydney, or wander the chic and quaint streets of cool Melbourne. For picturesque riverside finds, the area around Mildura is steeped in history, culture, and intoxicating views, while Hobart promises interesting architecture, an eclectic array of foodie finds, and a friendly southern crowd.