3 Fabulous Vacation Options

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Modern life moves at such at a pace that our travel plans can be seriously curtailed by the onslaught of commitments that we have: work, family, friends, and so the list goes on. With the average American getting between 10 and 14 days paid annual leave, and only 44% taking it, vacation time is a precious commodity. So how are you going to spend your vacation? You need to make the most of your time out of the office and squeeze as many experiences and opportunities into your allocated timeframe as possible. Here are 3 ways to make the most of your vacation.


There are so many international sports events that take place across the globe, so why not combine your vacation with fulfilling your desire to spectate that formula1 or Soccer gamer you’ve always wanted to see? Whether you are a Formula 1 fan pining to see the racing greats battling it out on the courses in the prestigious cities of the world, or a number one football fan hoping for tickets to the Super Bowl, combining a world-class event with a vacation will make it a once in a lifetime experience you will never forget.


You may have yearnings to visit countries that you have only ever read about in books or seen on television, in which case, you need to make sure that your travel documents are valid and head to the airport. Traveling abroad is a wonderful experience and allows you to immerse yourself into the different local cultures, appreciate the architecture and soak up the history. With time being limited, one way to see what the world has to offer is by going on cruises. You are able to visit a selection of countries, go on tours but not at the expense of being able to relax. You can tick countries off your bucket list, but still, have a great sense of being on a vacation.


Your idea of a vacation may be one that is as far away from your daily life as possible, in which case planning a sporty vacation may be appealing. Whether you are naturally inclined to prefer balmy beaches and scuba diving in the Caribbean, or the ski slopes of the French Alps for a more adrenaline-fueled vacation, our beautiful planet provides you with so many options; there is always one to suit your budget. If you can’t currently surf, why not head to the beach and have lessons? Vacation is about experiences but also learning, whether it be about new cultures or new sports.

Vacations are needed. In order to be the best version of you, you need to be able to take time out of your schedule and recharge your batteries. Life is not about how many hours you do at work, but it’s about being with loved ones and sharing experiences that enrich your life. Take time off from your routines and plan your next vacation; it doesn’t have to be international, it doesn’t have to be bank-breaking, it just has to be a break from the norm, and allow you to rejuvenate and grow.

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