Vacation Spots for 2023 You Might Not Have Considered

Kyoto, Japan
Kyoto, Japan. Photo by Sorasak on Unsplash

With the world officially opened and planes flying across the world again, 2023 will likely be a big year of travel. While many factors go into choosing your destination, we’re here to tell you three of our favorite destinations that should be at the top of your list for 2023.

Cairo, Egypt

One of the oldest civilizations known to man is within our must-see destinations. The Grand Egyptian Museum is officially open, almost a stone’s throw away from the Great Pyramids of Giza so you can immerse yourself in the history of the land and the culture that still remains. Additionally, there are more and more cruise ships sailing the Nile River—great for a luxurious tour of the landscape. 

Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia

While this destination might be a little more off-the-grid and hard to get to, this safari is located on a river making for one of the most dynamic Safaris in the world. It’s among the best places to watch and observe wildlife. Even UNESCO has named it a world heritage site thanks to its ‘dramatic landscape.’ 

Kyoto, Japan

This former Japanese capital has historic temples, gardens, and tea houses. With Japan finally reopening its borders officially to independent travelers, this is a must-see destination. The city’s famous Gion Matsuri (festival) is set to resume in July 2023. This enormous over-the-top festival has floats and plenty of food and drink options.