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Starting a thread to share our travel plans for this year.
Where are you headed? What activities are you planning? Any advice you need help with from other members? Share and ask away!
My plans so far are: Kitesurfing in Greece in June, wakeboarding in Bulgaria, and maybe an overland adventure in Oman.
I’ll be ticking off my 51st state in May - Maine. Attending and speaking on a sustainability panel at the ATTA Elevate conference, along with some backwoods exploring.(Puerto Rico should be a state, so I count it)
I live in Oman, so let me know if you plan to come!
Hello Maria, Safe travels! Will you be sharing your travel anywhere on social media?
Do try to get to Ogunquit. Although busy in summer- lovely beaches.
Hello all, I can't wait for my first travel this year - to Nepal (via a tour operator, because I will travel with my mum, so everything is well organized), my birthday present. However, I wish from the deep of my heart to find soon any interesting travel project/job abroad, so that I could spend this year more abroad than at home. Craving for new destinations, connections, adventures.
I'm going to Melbourne (first flight in 12 months) next week for my VERY FIRST in-person Travel Massive meetup since 2020! 😀
Awwww amazing x
- I am visiting to Prague this weekend! - In a few weeks' time I will be exploring Komodo Island, Bangkok, Vietnam and Cambodia.- In September I'll be road tripping around Taiwan!
Super excited! 😃
Visiting Quebec in December this year to represent Skal Cape Town at the International Skal Congress
Somewhere in either Asia or the Middle East
hello everyone,I'm currently between Abruzzo (Italy) & Prague. Lubiana end of the month, Bratislava April and May, I hope, Belgium. For the summer guess I will stay at my hometown, Lecce, on the seaside. cheers!
I'll be traveling to Puerto Rico for the first time in May!
Darwin for me. Planning to spend spend a few days around Litchfield National Park. Mostly just meeting up with family though which will be great.
Greece in May, including a sailing charter Japan in September with listeners of my Amateur Traveler podcastSouth Africa in November for TBEX blogging conference
Tell me more about how you've organized a trip with podcast listeners. I'm intrigued
I have a long-running and popular podcast at AmateurTraveler.com. We do trips annually... except during pandemics. We discuss those in a private facebook group at AmateurTraveler.com/tours
Also, Greece. In April to our UnTours town of Nafplio. Then on to Spain.
I'm in Vietnam now! ✈️Going to Thailand, Berlin, Japan, Israel (not sure yet) and Bansko for the Nomadfest on July!After that... idk yet!
If someone is around the area, let's meet!
amazing that you're going to so many amazing cities and countries
Mostly local or drivable from Northern Illinois. Minnesota and Ohio in Spring. Southern Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee in June. Colorado midsummer.
I'm in Brasília (Brazil) rn, going to Perugia (Italy) by the end of this month. And hopefully, I'll explore Western Asia this year. I'm very interested in visiting Iran and Jordan
Hoping to make it out to Japan this year. Fingers crossed for ATWS!
This year we are beginning our mission to visit all 50 states in the US by 2026. Though it was a touch choice to let go of international travel (for now) we needed to because of where we are in life with our business and aging parents. Looking forward to some domestic adventures!
1. New York City 02/23 - 06/232. Iceland 03/233. Les Iles de la Madeleine 09/23
I have domestic travel in the US coming up... Austin, TX to see my month-old granddaughter and family and Miami, FL to attend a convention with my wife. Later in May, my wife and I will be attending an Argentine Tango festival in Lisbon, Portugal. We were just in Portugal last year and are looking forward to going back.
We just got back from Israel! I have to give a shout out to Abraham Hostels (I know the founders are on here). We stayed in the Jerusalem, Eilat, and Tel Aviv properties and they were amazing. Fabulous vibe, great staff, super fun amenities. They were the perfect place for a family with young kids - in addition to a solo traveler. I’d stay there again in a heartbeat. If you’re heading to Israel you have to check them out!
Excited to finally be traveling again with our groups this after such a long pandemic absence. We're heading to:Split, Croatia - April 30 to May 27Bordeaux, France - September 3 to 30Seville, Spain - November 5 to December 2
Live in the very south of Brazil. Going on a trip around Europe (Lisbon, Setúbal, Porto, Paris, London, Amsterdam & Rome) in the next few weeks, and in late April to Chicago for an iOS conference, May I'll be in João Pessoa in Brazil (beautiful beaches) and in June, August, and July will be in Europe but I have no idea where yet (arriving in Berlin).
If all goes as planned, I still want to visit Patagônia in December. 😁
Heading to the US in May!Excited to be attending ATTA in Maine and Women in Travel Summit in Puerto Rico
I am currently in Japan for three months travelling around exploring, eating, learning, and running until May 2023. Then back to New Zealand for a month and then to Indonesia for three months. So glad to be back on the road as a full-time traveller.
I've planned a trip to Doha (will be attending the F1) & Dubai later in the year. May add in Oman or Egypt as well but not sure yet. Will be my first trip since the start of the pandemic, so I am looonnng overdue!
I live in Oman, so if you plan to come, let me know!
Oh thank you so much! I definitely will. Even if I don't get there this trip, it is certainly a destination I want to get to in the very near future. So being able to meet a local would be fabulous :)
Travelling to Florence, St Tropez, Porto and Madeira!
So far I am currently on a month long sabbatical in the Central Valley of Costa Rica. This trip is designed to help me recalibrate and refocus on the projects I need get completed as well as engage in an overall detox from social media, certain foods and various programmings. I do plan to travel elsewhere later on in the year, but I felt like a month long trip to get things going was needed. It's nice sometimes to get away from the states to reconnect with nature and most importantly myself.
Let me know if you make your way to the Arenal area. We can show you around our little farm and longstanding local tourism project that G Adventures and others visit.
HI Richard. I will surely let you know if I make my way there. For now I believe my next location will be Puerto Viejo for a few days.
Love it there. So relaxing.
So excited to be here! We just moved back to London from Brisbane after being stuck in Australia over COVID. Big plans so far this year include going to TBEX in Greece and visiting Croatia for the first time!
Travel plans so far include a week in Ibiza this Spring, and then a road trip from San Francisco to Yosemite, Sequoia and ending in Los Angeles in Autumn. Hopefully fit somewhere else in too!
Thailand and Singapore for April, then back to NZ for Christmas! Still looking at what sights to add in Phuket & Koh Samui! Cuisine experiences for certain in both Phuket and Singapore.
My travel plans are as follows for 2023. I will be in Trinidad and Tobago Feb-March, New York in April, Costa Rica in May, Largo in June, Italy in September, Bali in October, Dubai in November, and Morocco in December.
I'm heading to Pakistan at the end of May. Also heading back to the States in the summer and will go on a road trip from Oregon to Yellowstone with friends. I have some other plans, but still haven't finalized yet! So many places on my list.
Domestic travel... road trips... that's my jam! Over the past several years I have become more convinced that I should only travel in the area that my heart loves most. That is the Southeastern USA. I do multiple road trips each year covering everything from Louisiana over to North Carolina. This year I will add my first 10-day road trip to Missouri to include Van Buren, Branson, Joplin, Independence, Marceline, Hannibal... plus a few others. IF YOU HAVE SPECIFIC "HIDDEN GEMS" INFO IN THOSE TOWNS I'D LOVE TO HEAR ABOUT THEM, THANKS.
I will be touring around country of Georgia 🇬🇪 working as a tour guide! If you are thinking to plan Georgia, feel free to ask questions!
I am going to Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec Canada. Florida, North Carolina in the US. And maybe somewhere in Europe if I’m really lucky.
Hello everyone! I have a supercharged travel plan this year. I am a founder a travel marketplace-ZaNiheza. I am scheduled to be in Atlanta in June for a speaking engagement. Also, I will travel to South Africa TBEX in South Africa, Portugal for the Web Summit in Lisbon, Rwanda for WTTC Global Summit, Florida for Phocuwright Conference, Toronto for the Collision Conference and Montreal for StartupFest. >>Please upvote for my startup if you are reading this<<
I just returned from France. It is very safe country except be mindful with your wallet. People are very friendly and super easy to get around. Most people there are in shape because of a lot of walking. The highlight of the trip was visiting Le Mont Saint Michel where you can walk on the bay when there is low tide. I have not decided where to travel in later 2023. Any suggestions?
Hi everyone, taking my career break this year and starting my solo travel soon to NZ, US, Peru and Mexico! Will be my first time travelling to South America, striking off my Machu Picchu bucket list! Super stoked!
Hope everyone having a nice day
I'm traveling on Virgin Voyages for the first time! Leaving home port Athens Greece for Montenegro and Croatia! Accepting al tips for port days in Corfu, Dubrovnik , Kotor and Split!
Have you ever been to Vietnam, a country with numerous amazing tourist destinations? The specific place I want to mention here is Mai Chau, where you can find beautiful natural landscapes and immerse yourself in the local culture, with incredibly hospitable ethnic minority communities.Your task is simply to book a flight and land at Noi Bai International Airport. I will pick you up at the airport and take you to the tourist destination. The expenses will be very affordable, and you will be pleasantly surprised to see that the cost of the trip is only a few hundred dollars. You can experience the place for several days.I apologize for any confusion. It is indeed possible to find affordable options for dining and transportation in Mai Chau, Vietnam. With $5 per person, you can enjoy delicious local dishes. Additionally, with $2, you can rent a bicycle for the entire day. The overall expenses can be very budget-friendly.Please provide me with the specific itinerary and estimated costs, and I will help you! Thank you all for your interest.
Just did an 18 day solo trip to Bali. 1st international travel in 10yrs. Did my own version of Eat, Pray, Love - love of me - to feed my soul & prepare for this new chapter of retirement. Bali was everything I'd hoped for - which included the annual Bali Spirit Festival. Stayed in Doha (1st time) en route back to Cape Town & had a whirlwind experience over a few nights. Looking forward of where to next. Bucket List is Turkey, Egypt, Buenos Aires.
After many years of planning, ups and downs we are finally on the road travelling full-time around Australia in a caravan. I've already ticked off seeing the (95 million years old) dinosaur stampede and the Age of Dinosaur museum. Both were world-class exhibits.
I am a tour guide in Angola. If you have África-Angola in your 2023 plan please don’t hesitate to ask me any information.
August to may is best time to travel over here.
This year I have traveled so far to Mexico, US, Germany, Czech, Austria, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Next will be Portugal and winter probably in South East Asia / India. Where is everyone else going in winter?
We are sending out 2023 with a bang by avoiding the snow in the Midwest and heading to SouthEast Asia!!!! We will be backpacking for a couple of months and doing a lot of going with the flow. :)