Our Bucket List Destinations


8 Dream Travel Destinations You Won’t Want to Miss


At LAH Travel, we’re passionate about exploring new destinations and experiencing everything that the world has to offer. There’s nothing quite like discovering different cultures, cuisines, and landscapes and returning home, recharged, with unforgettable memories and stories to share with loved ones.


With travel making a strong and much-needed comeback post-pandemic, we’re here to make planning your dream vacation a breeze. Our experienced and knowledgeable team is dedicated to ensuring that your travel experience is stress-free and seamless, from start to finish.


The world is waiting for you, from pristine waters on tropical islands to the creativity and culture of historic cities. Whether you’re seeking adventure or relaxation, there’s something out there for everyone.


If you haven’t quite decided where to go this year, here’s 8 dream destinations to inspire your next getaway.


Maldives – Indian Ocean Paradise


Made up of over 1000 islands, Maldives is quite simply a paradise in the Indian Ocean, just off the coast of Sri Lanka. With crystal turquoise waters and white sandy beaches, the most popular accommodation option is the over-water bungalows, providing direct access to the Indian Ocean.


Africa & Safari – The Ultimate Wildlife Experience


A safari in Africa is a trip of a lifetime, where you can catch a glimpse of the ‘big five’ (elephants, lions, rhinos, leopards, and buffalos) or take a hot air balloon ride over the Serengeti National Park. You can stay in luxury tented accommodation or lodges, and combine a safari with a beach stay, pre- or post-safari.


Machu Picchu – Peru’s Iconic Site


Machu Picchu is an iconic site in Peru, with vibrant green grass and remarkable stone ruins that make it breathtakingly beautiful. Once an Inca City, it is one of the top UNESCO World Heritage Sites and visited by millions every year. You can take a bus if you don’t want to trek the famous Inca Trail, but it’s recommended to stay in Cusco for at least a day to acclimatize to the altitude.


Taj Mahal – India’s Symbol of Love


Built in the 1600s by Shah Jahan in memory of his third wife, Taj Mahal is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world. It took over 20,000 workmen and more than 17 years to complete. A UNESCO Heritage Site, Taj Mahal is in Agra, India and can be done as part of a ‘Golden Triangle’ tour, which includes Delhi and Jaipur.




Santorini – Greece’s Postcard Perfect Destination


When you see tantalising images of Greece, they’re generally of Santorini. With some of the best sunsets in the world, Santorini is one of the most romantic destinations in the world. Iconic white buildings with blue-domed roofs and an array of beautiful flowers make it feel like stepping into a picture postcard.


Paris – The City of Love


Paris is Europe’s most romantic city, but it has way more to offer than just the Eiffel Tower! It’s a fashionista’s paradise, with all the top designers’ labels. It’s also a foodie’s dream, along with an array of art galleries and museums. Take a cruise along the Seine, drink coffee in one of the many street cafes, and don’t forget to say hello to Mickey Mouse if you choose to make a visit to Disneyland Paris.


Northern Lights – The Magical Aurora


There are many places to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights, such as Alaska, Finland, Norway, Greenland and Sweden, but most popular with the Scottish market is Iceland. From November through to February, you can experience dark skies and longer evenings for the best sky-gazing. While you’re there, you can try some sled riding, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing – and visit Iceland’s volcanic landscape and the Blue Lagoon.


Bali – Indonesia’s Tropical Paradise


Known as the ‘Island of the Gods’, Bali is an Indonesian paradise that attracts millions of tourists each year. With beautiful beaches, lush forests, and unique culture, Bali offers a wide range of activities for visitors. One of its top attractions is the Uluwatu Temple, which sits atop a cliff overlooking the ocean. Bali is also known for its world-class surfing, with spots like Uluwatu and Kuta Beach offering some of the best waves in the world.


We think, if the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that life is short and now is always the best time to make precious memories with loved ones. If you’re ready and excited to turn your travel dreams into a reality again, LAH Travel is here to help. Contact us today to start planning your next unforgettable journey!

The Taj Mahal is an Islamic religious building, mosque and tomb in India, built in the 17th century by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.