Best Tourist Destinations

Throughout the year, people are making more flights all over the world to visit new places. However, according to research by a tourist market researcher Euromonitor International, there are specific places around the world that receive more visitors than any other places. These are the best tourist destinations. Let’s take a look at some of the five best tourist destinations around the world in 2017. Do not forget to have a look on the Caribbean as those who have ever gone there live to remember and even want to go there again and again.

Best Tourist Destinations

Chile

Last year, Brazil owned the South American Travel as it received the highest numbers of tourists that traveled to the region. However, in 2017, Chile has become the most desirable adventure tourism destination in the world.But why? The main reason why most tourists are now flying into Chile is that of its geographical location. It is a whopping 2650 miles long and is less than 200 miles wide. Chile is also packed with diverse topographies and ecosystems.

Chile is one of the few countries in the world that has the most extreme environments on earth. It has deserts, fjords, and sub polar islands. One of the most popular destinations in Chile is the Atacama desert where you can fly over the salt lakes in hot air balloons.

Canada

It’s hard to think of a country that is beautiful and more varied without thinking Canada. It has the biggest landscapes like the Canadian Rockies that are4 well known all around the world. From deserts to the warm-wintered enclaves of vines and olives to the labyrinth of fjords and islands, Canada boasts the World’s finest seascapes.

Chandigarh, India

Chandigarh is one of the best tourist destinations in the world and is known for being among the cities with the world’s most remarkable urban creations. Whenever tourists visit Chandigarh in India, they can’t help but marvel at the intriguing mix of innovation and tradition.

Granada, Spain

Granada is home to Spain’s most visited monument, the Alhambra. The palaces of Alhambra were built by the Nasrids and is a symbol of the former dynasty of Islamic Spain. Apart from the historic sites, there are little things that will make you fall in love with Granada. Things like the tiled fountains in tiny squares and the forkfuls of tasty tapas that you will get to enjoy in the boisterous bars.

Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia

Although Mongolia is the fourth most sparsely inhabited places in the world, it is home to one of the most spectacular sites to that any adventurous visitor like you could wish to visit. From the coruscating upland lakes to the tumbling rivers and the rolling steppes. The shifting dunes of Gobi and the beautiful green pine forests just to mention a few, pack your bags and head to Ulaan Baatar in Mongolia.