8 World Destinations Outside The US And Europe To Include On Your Bucket List This Fall

Although Europe is on every travel enthusiast’s listcancel airlinesLost baggage costs, high travel costs, and problems on the ground in Europe may drive travelers to venture elsewhere for their next trip. With airport chaos and “Airmageddon” in mind, some travelers can also start looking for alternative global destinations to enjoy this fall.

“Europe is a number one travel destination, to put it simply. Explore has many great tours of Europe, but we also have once-in-a-lifetime trips on all seven continents. Fan-favorite places like Colombia, Botswana, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Costa Rica in the United States offer fan-favorite experiences in the United States. Small, original group led by expert local guides., Michael Edwards, Managing Director, Discover all over the world Travel Noir said.

See below 8 global destinations that offer alternatives to tourist-packed Europe, according to Explore Worldwide:

1. Jordan

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Jordan is famous for its desert regions, amazing monuments, and amazing ancient architecture.

Visitors can experience Jordan’s most popular tourist destination, the “Pink City” of Petra, but they will also discover Jordan’s rugged beauty and rich heritage over time in the deserts of Wadi Rum, Amman, and Jerash.

2- Botswana

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Botswana is an excellent destination to experience the beauty of the remote wilderness and follow the greatest animals in Africa. Travelers can stay in a houseboat on the delta, sleep under a canvas in the bush, and visit Victoria Falls (also known as The Smoke That Thunders).

3. Thailand

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Tourism has reopened in Thailand after the pandemic shutdown, and in this cultural itinerary, the tour delves into the heart of Thailand where guests will discover ancient sights and cruise along bustling waterways.

According to Explore Worldwide, visitors can explore Bangkok, cycle in Sukhothai Village and learn about conservation at Chiang Mai’s Elephant Nature Park.

4. Mexico

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Still on many Americans’ go-to lists, Mexico is an exciting way to trek through the heart of the ancient lands of the Aztecs, Zapotecs, and Mayans, while also experiencing Belize and Guatemala.

Visitors can experience the foodie center of Oaxaca in Mexico, the jungles of Guatemala, explore charming colonial cities and discover ancient sites including Palenque and Tikal.

5. Japan

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Japan also recently reopened its doors to tourists in the wake of the pandemic, and guests on this tour will travel from ultra-modern Tokyo to villages, castles, and temples unchanged since the time of the shogun and samurai.

6. Colombia

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Travelers can experience the “magical realism” of Colombia. Rich in culture, with tremendous biodiversity and a friendly and welcoming population, a journey through this eclectic country is full of special moments.

7. Saudi Arabia

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There are few places in the world that can be described as beyond the reach of tourism, and Saudi Arabia may be one of them. Pictures of desert adventures or crowded markets are just one aspect of this eclectic country, known as the birthplace of Islam.

8- Costa Rica

For a small country, Costa Rica has a huge collection of wildlife. Containing 5% of the world’s biodiversity, its dense forests teem with life, from brightly colored toucans to slow-moving sloths.