Would it be the tropical beaches of the Caribbean? The snowy capped mountains of the Canadian Rockies? The outback in Australia? I want to know – where would you go right now if you could go anywhere in the world?
My answer to this question would change weekly. Right now I would love to travel to Italy, Greece or Portugal, but would be happy to go anywhere that I haven’t been.
I have talked to 10 amazing bloggers to find out where they would go if they could go anywhere in the world.
Answers are below, happy reading.
Where would you go if you could go anywhere in the world?
Chloe from Journey with Chloe
Nepal. Even though I’ve never been to Nepal, I’ve always felt drawn to the Himalayan Mountains. I want to experience the spiritual side to travelling and learn from people who can teach me about myself and the world around us. One of my long term goals is to set up an orphanage in Nepal. Sometimes your instinct knows best where you need to go.
Nancy from The Nifty Traveller
“Somewhere I haven’t been yet”.
Paige from Unravelled Thyme
Switzerland and Austria in a heartbeat. I am in awe of the beauty captured in pictures of these places and we all know pictures only capture a slice of the true beauty.
Lyndsy from This Girl Giggles
“If I could go drop everything and go anywhere in the world at this moment, I would go to MEXICO CITY! I fell in love with the people, the culture, the food and everything in between. I will do anything to devour into just one more cochinita, quesadillas and micheladas in middle of the street. There is something about Mexico City that makes me want to be more open and take a moment to say hello and ask strangers about their day with my broken Spanish. Mexico City and its surrounding cities have so much to offer that I can never get enough! Just one more $2.00 bus trip to the pyramids, volcanoes, mountains, beaches and the list goes on… But, the recent earthquakes in Mexico really broke my heart. I wish I were there to help in any way I can.”
Maureen from Life on the Mediterranean
“The Amalfi Coast. It has some of the most spectacular coastlines in the world. It’s a gem just beyond Naples. The cuisine is uniquely regional and the people genuinely hospitable”.
Shannalyn from West By SW Travel
“I would love to travel back to the tiny island of Saba. It’s a 5 square mile island that is a 12 minute flight from St. Maarten. It’s literally the tip of a volcano, but has some of the best diving I have done to date. The people are amazing and we made some lifelong friends there. Such a wonderfully magical place and it’s no wonder they call it the Unspoiled Queen.”
Louise from a Little Step Further
“India. I’ve always been fascinated by the culture! I have dreamt and read about it for a long time! I want to experience everything the country has to offer and taste the delicious food! It’s my biggest travel dream of all”.
Shawn, Jolie, Cheyenne and Jackson from Always Take the Trip
The United Kingdom. I am fascinated with the monarchy and would love to visit as many of the historic sites as possible.
Deborah from Colored Doors
“I’ve been asking myself exactly this question lately. One thing I really want to do is take the Amtrak train across the US from San Francisco to New York City, then make my way along the East coast in October to enjoy the fall colors, ending in Salem, Massachusetts for Halloween week. Salem has been on my bucket list since I was 14 years old! This is actually my plan for 2018.
The other place I would like to go right now is the Philippines. I’ve travelled to parts of the Philippines twice now, and I’m so crazy about the food, the people, the cultural festivals, and above all, the breath-taking scenery. I feel like it’s SE Asia’s hidden gem.
Veruska from LCS Kitchen
“Canada. It can sound strange since Canada is not an exotic destination nor a hard one to reach but to me, now, it’s the dreamy destination. I do hike and I travel the world in search of the ultimate gourmet destinations so Canada it is really a destination I look forward to visit. It has everything I love: places where to hike, an incredible nature and food to be discovered. Despite the winter season, I’d really love to be there now. Not exotic but, to me, THE place”.