Summer may be approaching us very quickly but it’s never too late to start planning vacations ahead of time. Now that it is spring here’s some great places you may want to add to your bucket for not only Spring but Summer or even fall.
The Kingdom of Morocco is a diverse country with an easily recognizable and rich culture. However, when you look closely, Morocco is also a melting pot of foreign influences. The geographic position of Morocco and its history have resulted in a complex web of cultural contributions. Moroccans are extremely proud of this fact and thus view their country as open and welcoming. Apart from the recent and obvious French influence, Morocco has a strong connection to Spain. The cultural hub in the heart of the north African country is right in the center of an artistic renaissance. The city has an opening of a YSL museum that is dedicated to the legendary fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and on top of that has a launch of a high-profile African art fair. These galleries have added prominent gallery spaces, having a higher standing for the city’s reputation of artists and writers.
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans city, southeastern Louisiana, U.S. Unquestionably one of the most distinctive cities of the New World, New Orleans was established at great cost in an environment of conflict. Its strategic position, commanding the mouth of the great Mississippi-Missouri river system, which drains the rich interior of North America, made it a pawn in the struggles of Europeans for the control of North America. As a result, the peoples of New Orleans evolved a unique culture and society, while at the same time blending many heritages. Its citizens of African descent provided a special contribution in making New Orleans the birthplace of jazz. New Orleans has rejuvenated since the devastating Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The city has had many investments in the arts, music, dining, and hospitality. Tourists and residents that have interests in similar things may stumble into citywide art shows. Mardi Gras which is in February has not lost it’s touch, and many come for that event as well. Besides the fact of the amazing hospitality, the most tempting is it’s food district known for having an electric mix of creole and Cajun- foods.
Favored by honeymooners, this beach-studded chain of islands in the South Pacific is big on private island retreats. Turtle Island stays in traditional, eco-friendly “bures,” each with a personal staff member to indulge whims and arrange candlelight dinners on the sand. Who doesn’t want a quite vacation away from bustling tourists? Fiji now has a crop of luxury resorts that opened in 2018. With private beaches, crystal clear beaches, and villas Fiji is definitely. worth the price. Need I say more? A few times a year, the resorts breaks tradition with “Family Time,” inviting kids, parents, and grandparents to reconnect in paradise.
Two hours from Miami, this constellation of 360 islands and cays is an obligatory port of call for seekers of the unspoiled Caribbean. The water swirls every shade of turquoise, and in it swims sharks, stingrays, dolphins, turtles, and pigs (yes, pigs) on Big Major Cay. You can spend a week kayaking, exploring, and camping on isolated and uninhabited islands with the family-owned. If four walls are more your travel style, the pastel-hued Hideaways in George Town is the place to sleep, and listen to local rake ‘n’ scrape music If you thought the Bahamas was already an amazing place to travel, I’s even better now with the opening of numerous resorts. A multi billion-dollar hotel and casino in Nassau will be fully open and operational in Spring/Summer. However, you don’t need to be right in the mix of luxury to enjoy the island. The local Paradise Island to stay at the Ocean Club Resort.