Top 7 INCREDIBLE Travel Destinations of 2019 | Where to Travel This Year!


discovering unique travel destinations
around the world has become more accessible than ever thanks to the
Internet My name is Erik Conover I’m a professional filmmaker and World
traveler living in New York City. In this video I’m going to share with you the
top most incredible travel destinations of 2019 Now every location on my list I
have traveled to, filmed and experienced firsthand. the way I find out about new
places to travel is through YouTube so comment down below your top places you
want to travel in 2019. or if you’ve been to any of the places on my list. Make
sure to subscribe to my youtube channel for more high quality travel content. without any ado what these are the top travel destinations for 2019 Number one on my list is Tanzania! Tanzania is an East African country known for its vast
wilderness areas from the plains of the Serengeti National Park gradually giving
way to the tallest freestanding mountain on earth
now Kilimanjaro I recommend traveling to Tanzania in
January or during the dry season from late June till about October which is
the best time to view wildlife one in Tanzania fly into the city of Arusha the
best way to experience any new destination is my fully immersing
yourself through the eyes of local this is my my 15 month my village I don’t
think we can call it the city’s a village is it’s beautiful though very
peaceful and for the more daring you can take on the mission of climbing at the
19,000 341 feet to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro you start the climb trekking
through the dense rainforest and by the end you finished the summit surrounded
by the glaciers of Africa in the crater of the volcano experiencing unparalleled
natural beauty come to Tanzania for a new perspective on life after all
there’s no feeling like standing on top of the world well except maybe a finish
ice bath number two on my list is Lapland Finland Lapland is Finland’s
northernmost region known for its vast sub Arctic wilderness ski resorts and of
course the elusive Northern Lights to get there take a short flight from
Helsinki north to the town of Keith Allah and you will find yourself
immersed in an actual winter wonderland Lapland on average gets 60 to 90
centimetres of snow per winter and the snowpack is deepest in mid-march this is
a snow test the secret to this deep treacherous snow in Finland pair these
boys snowshoes they are a must in Lapland
if you’re feeling kind of lazy or you’re looking for a bit more of a thrill rent
a snowmobile and venture far out into the remote wilderness notice how quiet
it is with all the snow I could literally hear the snowflakes hitting my
jacket that’s our fire to this you can’t find this in New York when you’re this
far up north the best thing to do sometimes is just embrace the cold and
stay a night at the snow village ice hotel the temperature is minus 9 or
minus 10 Celsius it’s actually colder in the ice hotel than outside the hotel
comes complete with an amazing restaurant movie theater bar and even a
chapel and on a clear cold night headed to an isolated cabin far from city
lights look up at the night sky and if you’re lucky you’ll see the most
spectacular show of lights dancing and darting through the night sky
number three is West Sweden Sweden is a Scandinavian country with thousands of
coastal islands and during the summer months when the Sun doesn’t set it’s as
close to perfect as you can get head to the city of Gothenburg and take a ride
at the amusement park swim in a glass pool high above the city stroll the
streets and have a classic Swedish fika then catch a boat out of Gothenburg to
the island of Verone go and make friends with the most Swedish man in the entire
country so my name is Hong Kong called stem and we are in my garden and
celebrate a traditional Swedish midsummer in his garden surrounded by
family strawberries dancing like little frogs around the Maypole
and of course schnapps lots of snots catch your own lunch
experiencing swedish fish and culture and spend the day working as a deckhand
on a crayfish and boat or grab some kayaks and explore the thousands of
islands along the west coast find a 70 foot high cliff and take the plunge into
some of the cleanest water on planet earth come to West Sweden to relax and
enjoy a simpler life by the sea next up on my list is Martinique Martinique is a
rugged Caribbean island of parts of the Lesser Antilles and if you’re based in
New York it’s only a quick flight away you land in the bustling capital city a
gateway to Martinique where the culture reflects a distinctive blend of French
and West Indian influences the northern half of the island is defined by the
towering multiple a volcano a sea of vivid green lush tropical rainforest
blankets the rugged landscape of the north
I recommend hiking to these summits of the volcano then adventure down into the
narrow gorges below it to cool off in a hidden waterfall Martinique is one of
the most environmentally friendly islands in the Caribbean you can even
spend the night in a giant eco friendly jungle bubble resort yes this is the
thing this is the strangest thing I’ve ever
seen make your way to the very southernmost points of the island to the
brilliant white shores of lace Elina which is actually the most beautiful
beach that I have ever seen on earth come to Martinique to experience the
full vibrance of the Caribbean on one single Island
next on my list is the Land of Fire and Ice Iceland is defined by its dramatic
landscape with active volcanoes hot springs and massive glaciers covering
11% of the landscape 60% of the population lives in the capital city of
Reykjavik leaving the majority of the country in pure isolation the best way
to explore Iceland is by renting a car and making your way down the southeast
coast on your road trip stop at the most famous waterfall in the country
skogafoss make friends with some locals who will lead you to a secret hot spring
well off the beaten path rent an Airbnb in the small fishing village of veek and
explore the world-famous black sand beaches with its enormous basalt stacks
and roaring Atlantic waves explore the crystal ice caves and towering glaciers
which float to the sea and wash up on the shore dazzling at Diamond Beach my
biggest piece of advice while in Iceland is arrived to the touristy locations at
sunrise to avoid those crowds and keep a very very close eye on the weather but the next destination on my list has
pretty much sunny skies year round California California is a western US
state that stretches from the Mexican border along the Pacific Ocean for
nearly 900 miles the terrain includes cliff lined beaches vast areas of desert
and the sprawling city of Los Angeles the best way to fully experience
California is to road trip down the historic highway one start off in San
Francisco make your way south through Big Basin and experience the wonders of
the redwood forest continue down to Santa Cruz for a quick surf really take
it slow as you drive it through Big Sur which is one of the most dramatic
meetings of land and sea on earth take a tour of the extravagant Hill topped
Hearst Castle spend some time lounging by the pool in Palm Springs trade in
your car for an RV welcome to our home on wheels and head way out into the
desert to do some soul-searching in the spiritual Joshua Tree National Park and
if you really want to get away headed to one of the most remote countries in the
world New Zealand New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific
Ocean marked by incredible geothermal wonders rolling green hills and more
sheep than people fly into Auckland and head right to the top of the sky tower
harness yourself in and get a 360 view of the cityscape walking around at the
narrow sky walk or if you really want to beat that jet lag
just base jump off the building leave the city behind and visit the tranquil
town of Hobbiton head out into the bush and hike through a forest of Silver
Ferns to Bridal Veil Falls or kick back and
relax and take a healing a geothermal sulphur mud bath at Hell’s Gate and
finally do a full send-off of a 25-foot waterfall down the rapids in
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