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7 Answers

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    "Best" is such a hard criteria to justify! Personally I'd love to go to Cuba before the US Embargo is fully lifted (they've been loosening restrictions for years now). You never know what changes that might bring to the country and culture so I think it'd be great to experience it before the impacts are fully realised. Just my opinion though!


    Pearse almost 5 years ago

    Answered by Pearse via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
    • Pearse, I'm travelling to Cuba next days. It will be my first time at the island. Just few days in La Habana and Vinales staying in Casas Particulares. I would be great to get some tips from you. Thanks! GLORIA VILAS BOAS almost 5 years ago
    • Gloria I'm so sorry I missed this message, I haven't actually been myself, I just really want to go! Let me know how your trip went! Pearse almost 5 years ago
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    This year is the 100th anniversary of the U.S. National Park system - so I would definitely head off on a U.S. road trip. Also, Nepal - an amazing country that is on the rebound from the earthquake - which makes it a great time to visit as it's not crowded and you can help support local tourism. almost 5 years ago

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    I agree with Pearse and Alicia - Cuba and Nepal are definitely great places to visit this year. My travel suggestions for 2016 include:

    - Colombia - this former no-go zone has cleaned up its act in recent years, and has some impressive cultural and natural sights to offer.
    - Tasmania - I've heard some great things about the art and food scene.
    - Brazil - particularly Rio de Janeiro, if you want to join in the action of the Olympic Games this year. almost 5 years ago

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    Vietnam is a killer destination. It's very popular, but it's popular for a reason. Astonishing landscape, fascinating background and history and some of the nicest people in the world. You can be in the thick of the sweltering heat and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City and be in the cool, relaxing majesty of Halong Bay in the matter of two days. Internal flights are ridiculously cheap, as well as the unbelievably good food and very well priced accomodation. It has everything. almost 5 years ago

    Answered by Jesse Perez via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Sri Lanka, it has something for everyone. Beaches, rainforest/jungle area, amazing wildlife, caves, culture, and my personal favorite- tea fields! You can visit the tea plantations, and go for walks/hikes/trail runs through the tea fields. E fields are stunning! almost 5 years ago

    Answered by Heidi via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Vietnam is as awesome as Jesse says. If you're headed that way, Siem Reap, Cambodia is always one of my favorite places to visit. Angkor Wat is magical. I highly recommend renting bicycles and a bicycle guide so you can see everything there in a leisurely way. On Sunday afternoons, Siem Reap families have big picnics near the entrance, and it's lovely to watch the children playing with the enormous temple in the background. You can go everywhere by motorbike tuk-tuk. Get to know your first driver and he will wait for you everywhere. He'll even run errands for you while you're visiting a monument. The Land Mind Museum is worth seeing to get a sense of the destruction Cambodia experienced while they were a neutral country during the Vietnam War next door. Very sweet walking streets in the small town center and Cambodian food is my favorite. On your first night, got to a Khmer Buffet and Dance, so you can sample all the food and know what to order after that. It's all good. Food, transport and rooms in Siem Reap are very affordable. I've never been to Phnom Penh. Seeing Siem Reap is so enchanting...when I'm in Cambodia it's the only place I want to be. almost 5 years ago

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    thanks you guys! awesome places you mentioned! will consider these on my plan. almost 5 years ago

    Answered by suggary shinm via Site_iconTravellr.com

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