Thursday, June 15, 2023

Where to travel in 2023: The best destinations to visit

The desire to travel seems to have never been higher as peak travel season approaches and the world begins to shake off the last remnants of the pandemic.


According to the United Nations World Tourism Organisation, worldwide tourism reached 80% of pre-pandemic levels in the first three months of 2023, with an estimated 235 million visitors going abroad in January, February, and March. Experts are cautiously hopeful about the future of the travel industry.


Since there is so tremendous demand, many well-liked locations sell out early in the year.

From deaddudeblog.online, here are 15 travel suggestions to get you going:


Uganda


Among the best things to do in Uganda are treks into the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest.

Travel options in Uganda are changing significantly right now as the East African nation looks to attract both domestic and foreign tourists by offering more than just safaris and wildlife viewing.


It has shifted to selling its other qualities in an effort to revive post-Covid tourism throughout the nation, not just the high-end operations providing wealthy tourists with views of the Big Five animals or mountain gorillas.


Why not, then? Uganda is a stunning wilderness playground with opportunities for adventure including treks through the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest or up to the craters of the Virunga volcano chain or whitewater rafting along the Victoria Nile. It stretches from the broad shores of Lake Victoria to the snowy Rwenzori Mountains.

Additionally, there is a focus on introducing tourists to Ugandan villages and providing sampling of the local cuisine, music, and culture. The Uganda Cycling Trail, a 1,600-kilometer, primarily unpaved, 22-stage route that opened last year, is geared towards cyclists of all skill levels, from dedicated solo bikepackers to fully-guided leisurely riders. 

Ottawa, Canada





The frozen Rideau Canal in Ottawa transforms into the biggest ice skating rink in the world throughout the winter.



The Canadian capital is sometimes forgotten because it lacks Toronto's international oomph or Montreal's French flair. That would be erroneous. Ottawa, which is graceful and subtle, has its own appeals.

Two upcoming jazz festivals in Ottawa are worth noting for music fans. The summer edition will run from June 23 to 30, following the winter edition in February.

If you enjoy hockey, go to the Canadian Tyre Centre in the western suburbs to witness the Ottawa Senators perform in the NHL. If that ticket is too expensive, have a look at the Ottawa 67's, a junior men's hockey team playing at the TD Place Arena in the city centre.

Depending on the ice thickness, the Rideau Canal transforms into the biggest skating rink in the world from sometime in January to late February or early March. It is open 24 hours a day for free. It's a nice place to see people and boats when it's warmer.

Parliament Hill, where the Canadian federal government is located together with the visually stunning Parliament buildings on a bluff overlooking the Ottawa River, is a must-see. 

Cairo, Egypt








Cairo is pulsing with life and a rich blend of cultures.


































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