The new year is upon us, and it comes with endless travel opportunities. If you are an avid traveler, now is the time to think about places you’d want to visit all year round. So, where should you start? Well, for many, choosing a travel destination isn’t a walk in the park. You have to consider the area’s attractions, travel costs, and general likeability. 

To make the search easier, we’ve curated a list of the best travel destinations in 2023. 


Dubai is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world, and for good reason. It’s home to some of the most impressive architecture and landscapes you’ll find anywhere. Home to impressive skyscrapers, like the famous Burj Khalifa, the city will soon see the completion of what will be the world’s tallest building, the Dubai Creek Tower by architect Santiago Calatrava.

Dubai is also famous for its massive indoor ski resort (the Mall of the Emirates), it’s easy to see why Dubai has become a global hotspot for tourists. Dubai is a cultural hub—and not just because of its rich history or impressive museums. The city is known for having an incredibly diverse population; in fact, it’s often referred to as one of the most multicultural cities in the world!

If you’re looking for some exciting things to do while you’re there, try visiting one of Dubai’s theme parks or go on a desert safari! You’ll also want to check out their beaches and restaurants.


Also known as “The Arab West,” Morocco boasts a uniquely rich culture centered on tradition, religion, vast deserts, ranges, mountains, and beaches. Its most famous landmarks include Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca, Djema’a el-Fna Square, Marrakech, Sahara Desert, and Chefchaouen.

Thanks to its diverse climate, Morocco is a fabulous year-long travel destination. The country’s least crowded months run from July to August when the temperatures are high. Spring months (March and April) and Fall months (September and October) see pleasant weather and a boost in tourism.


If it’s your first time visiting the Middle East, you may want to stop in Jordan. From incredible red sand dunes to dramatic landscapes, Jordan has it all. The Middle Eastern country also has the lowest point on Earth (the Dead Sea) and the breathtaking Petra, one of the world’s New Seven Wonders.

Although the country is a year-round destination, it boasts pleasant weather in spring (March to May), perfect for sightseeing and hiking. Summer months (June to August) are usually dry and hot, making them less ideal for traveling. Autumn months (September to November) favor diving in Aqaba.

While you need a visa to access the country, a Jordan Pass can grant you access to most attraction sites. The top attractions include Petra, Wadi Rum (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Amman (dominated by ancient ruins), and Jerash (the country’s largest Roman site).

If you have visited any destination listed here, let us know your experiences. If not, you are truly missing out! Now is the best time to start planning your travel. While at it ensure to book your accommodation in advance to avoid any inconveniences.

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