Travelling is one of the greatest adventures one can encounter. Whether it be relaxing, exploring, fine dining or shopping – seeing the world in different ways offers the best of the best.

Below we outline 45 of the best destinations in the world that are suitable for retirees or those planning their post-retirement vacation.

Europe

  • Venice, Italy
  • Florence, Italy
  • Amalfi Coast, Italy
  • Bordeaux, France
  • Paris, France
  • French Riviera, France
  • Santorini, Greece
  • Lake Bled, Slovenia
  • Jerusalem, Israel
  • St Petersburg, Russia
  • South Coast, Iceland
  • Kotor, Montenegro
  • Lucerne, Switzerland

Australasia

  • Milford sound, New Zealand
  • Broome, Australia
  • Island hopping, Fiji
  • Bora bora, French Polynesia
  • Whitsundays, Australia
  • Tasmania, Australia
  • Noosa, Australia
  • Margaret river, Australia

North & Central America

  • Alaska, USA
  • Aspen, USA
  • Florida keys, USA
  • Beach hopping, Barbados
  • Beach hopping, Bahamas
  • British Columbia, Canada
  • Blue hole, Belize
  • Tortuguero, Costa rica

Africa

  • Kruger national park, South Africa
  • Serengeti national park, Tanzania
  • Cruise the Nile river, Egypt
  • Beach hopping, Seychelles

Asia

  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Island hopping, Maldives
  • Cappadocia, Turkey
  • Istanbul, Turkey
  • Organised tour of Bhutan
  • Snorkelling in Palau
  • Krabi, Thailand

South America

  • Cusco, Peru
  • Iguazu falls, Argentina/Brazil
  • Easter island, Chile
  • Galapagos islands, Equador
  • Mendoza, Argentina
  • Patagonia, Argentina/Chile
  • Antarctica

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