travelling in winter

travelling in winter

Travelling in Winter – 3 More Popular Destinations

As 2021 closes out and the dawn of a new year shines through, it’s a wonderful time to get out there and see the world during this festive season. Travelling in Winter is a great way to celebrate the holidays and you would know from our previous article on the matter. So now, here are a few more popular travel destinations in the winter months. 


This British Overseas Territory, located just north of St. Maarten has earned a reputation as the place to truly get away from it all. Shoal Bay, the island’s most famous beach, offers clear waters, soft sands, some amazing and indulgent bars and restaurants, and a host of incredible private resorts, like the lovely Altamer Resort, an ideal one for multiple families or Zemi Beach House, if you are looking for the ultimate work-from-home hideaway. These resorts will give you the chance to get in on some relaxing island time with no bustling crowds included. 

While winter can be great, sometimes when travelling in winter, the best thing to do is to get away from the season and that’s exactly what Anguilla provides. 

travelling in winter
Bergen in Norway

Bergen has all the makings of a picture-perfect Nordic town with its colourful wooden buildings, picturesque harbour, and panoramic views of the surrounding fjords. Sure, the town is lovely in the summer as well, but the best time to see the Northern Lights is during their peak season in the winter. If you are prepared to spend time freezing in Scandinavia, you might as well check something off your bucket list about astronomy.

Whistler Blackcomb in Canada

Whistler, one of the best ski resorts in North America, has become a go-to destination for high-quality snowboard and ski hills in recent years. There’s plenty of ground to keep you on new trails throughout the six-month regular season with 8,171 acres of skiable terrain. Runs come in a variety of levels of difficulty, making them ideal for beginners, adrenaline junkies, and everyone in between.

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