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100 ideas for where to travel in 2021

100 idea for where to travel in 2021

This comprehensive, month-by-month guide is designed to give you inspiration for all of your holiday planning for the year. What’s more, we’ve picked the best festivals, activities and experiences for each destination so you’ll jet off already knowing the things you can’t miss.

We realise that everyone likes to spend their time away differently, and to ensure no one feels left out this list features a mix of holidays that focus purely on taking it easy and some destinations that encourage exploration. So, whether you prefer lounging on the beach or going on a tour to discover a country’s diverse culture and landscape, our guide will help you discover where to travel on your next getaway.

Where to Travel in January

The Bahamas

Ideal for those wanting to leave the cold of January for warmer climes, the chilled-out vibe of the Bahamas makes it the perfect place to escape to for some rest after the chaos of Christmas.

Activity: Charter a yacht and sail to the beaches of the Exuma Cays or drop anchor at Rose Island and stroll along its pink sands at sunset.


France, Val D’Isere

To sustain that festive feeling well into the new year, spend a long weekend on the snowy peaks of Val D’Isere in France. A weekend spent in the warmth of a chalet will quickly dispel any January blues.

Activity: Ski conditions in Val D’Isere are at their best at the end of January and with peaks that range from beginner slopes to off-piste runs, skiers of all abilities will feel at home here.

Tip: Ski to neighbouring Tignes, one of the highest resorts in the alps, and after just seven minutes on the Grande Motte funicular, experience glacier skiing at 3000m.



Explore the world’s least visited continent on an expedition along gun metal grey waters through strikingly blue glaciers witnessing some of nature’s greatest geographical marvels first hand.

Activity:  The diverse wildlife of Antarctica means you’ll be huddled alongside a colony of penguins one day and watching humpback and orca whales glide through its icy waters the next.

Tip: The best way to safely explore Antarctica is on a luxury expedition cruise, allow guides to navigate through the frozen landscape on zodiacs before returning to the comfort of the ship in the evening.



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