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The Best Places to Travel for a Month
This is the most diverse country in South America, with tropical rainforests, towering mountains, and beautiful white sand beaches, Colombia truly has it all! For those who love fresh foods and fruits, this is your place! There is a unique fruit for every day of the year, and more than 3,000 different kinds of potatoes grown.
It is easy to get around with speaking both English and Spanish, and Ubers and public transportation are widely available and easy to use. Save money by eating street food and walking the main districts of Bogota or Medellin. For a beachy experience, try the beautiful Cartegena.
With some of the world’s best hikes and best natural beaches, New Zealand is a nature lover’s paradise.
Rent a car and drive the Coromandel during the cooler months, or explore the South Island in the warmer months. New Zealand is a great place for solo travelers because the backpacking lifestyle is so common. It’s very easy to meet people. On top of that, much of New Zealand is agricultural, making their small towns a fun stop.
Stop at the roadside food stands for fresh kiwis, farm fresh eggs, or lemonade fruits (a cross between a lemon and a mandarin).
Whether it’s Thailand’s mountainous north, or it’s beautiful islands, Thailand is a prime spot to call home for a month. Many travel blogs feature Thailand because you won’t spend thousands of dollars checking off its breathtaking bucket list places.
SE Asia is a great choice for anyone, even families! In the larger cities it’s easy to travel on a budget. It’s safe, fast, and most people speak English. Planning a trip outside the larger cities is also easy with the help of their public transportation.
Hello mango sticky rice! And, goodbye high prices and cold weather!
This gem in Central America is always on the list. Filled with abundant beauty, beaches, mountains, and rainforests there’s a lot to love about living the Pura Vida life! Nature-lovers should camp on the beach, backpack through the forests, or climb a volcano and see birds in their natural habitat.
Or book a luxury lodge and soak in a hot tub while overlooking the Arenal Volcano. Costa Rica is accessible to both Spanish and English speakers, so travelers should not be deterred.
California’s northern coastline is breathtaking. It’s filled with plenty of opportunities to hike, camp, and fish, or eat, drink, and not think! This piece of the United States offers gorgeous landscapes and abundant nature. Depending on the time of year, you can visit vineyards, see old Redwoods, or enjoy the rocky beaches of the Pacific.
We always recommend renting a car and driving old Napa road, but there are plenty of wine tours for wine lovers. For the foodies, some of the best Michelin restaurants in the world reside in Northern California! Be sure to contact a concierge to secure a reservation.
Croatia is always a good time. With the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean and a mix of cultures, Croatia is one of the most interesting and delicious places to explore. We recommend renting a car and driving the Dalmatian Coast, stopping along the way at the food and wine stands.
Croatia is steeped in history, boasting some of the best Roman ruins. The entire city of Split is built around Diocletian’s palace, enjoy dancing, drinks, or a historical walk around the city.
After extensively traveling the world, we have found each destination to offer unique perspectives, especially when considering long term travel.
Want to see a sample itinerary for an extended vacation? Contact us and get a no-obligation itinerary customized for you. We can select dates that are convenient for you, flights to and from your home airport, hotel preferences, and even dining choices. Contact one of our concierges today!