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Where should we go?

Susan Wolfson

Many of my clients are starting to think about where they should go, once the pandemic restrictions are over.  For some, the choice is easy - simply get back to the destinations that were deferred in 2020.  But for others, this lull has meant that they are 

now open to new destinations and experiences.  So where should we go becomes a fairly common question I get.  

The Silversea approach

There's lots of ways to divide the world up but one approach is the way Silversea does it.  If you're not familiar with Silversea, they are a true luxury ocean cruise line. They run small ships (up to 300 suites) which allows them to get to lots of ports the larger ships simply can't go.  They also run expedition style cruises in addition to their normal itineraries, which opens up even more of the world.

The basic categories

  • Africa and Indian Ocean
  • Alaska
  • American West Coast
  • Antarctica
  • Artic & Greenland
  • Asia
  • Australia & New Zealand
  • Canada & New England
  • Caribbean & Central America
  • Galapagos Islands
  • Mediterranean
  • Northern Europe & British Isles
  • Russian Far East
  • South America
  • South Pacific Islands
Cherry Trees in Tokyo

But wait....there's more.

The above list of course emphasizes Silversea's itineraries.  Asia for example obviously includes China, Japan, Korea and the  Southeast Asia countries of Vietnam, Cambodia and Singapore.    And it's not clear here where European countries like the C

zech Republic or Hungary are included as well.  Other top attractions not mentioned include Iceland, Egypt, Morocco, North American national parks, African safari's.

We've written about destinations before  - the below links contain even more ideas. 

So - dream it and book it.  And know a great travel agent will help you not only choose the best destination to fit your needs but help you choose how to travel, when to travel and give you advice on the best suppliers and prices.  Oh and don't forget advice on travel insurance, excursions, extensions and flights.