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Top Travel Destinations for August

August is one of the few times of the year when you can take a week or two off from work and plan a trip around the world, there is no limit to summer vacation destinations. While some people may have their sights set on exploring distant shores and hitting the beach, learning new cultures, and sampling new cuisines, others may want to know about history or just spend a day driving through shopping malls in the best cities. Whether you long to soak up the sun on a perfect beach day get your running shoes and stroll on land, explore the best delicacies, or spend some time unwinding in the best resorts around the globe, there is an ideal August destination waiting to welcome you. Here’s a list of the best countries to travel to in August.



Vietnam in south-eastern Asia is arguably one of the most beautiful countries on the continent offering a blend of natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant culture, making it an ideal destination for tourists. With a diverse range of landscapes, from stunning coastlines and towering mountains to lush deltas and vibrant cities Vietnam provides quite an unmatched experience.

Must Know Before You Travel to Halong Bay

  • The best way to explore Halong Bay is by cruise. There are day cruises and cruises with onboard stays for multiple nights available in various budget categories.
  • Be sure to book these cruises well in advance, especially during the peak season, as they can get sold out quickly.
  • Tours to Halong Bay generally begin from Hanoi, but you can also head to Halong Bay from other nearby towns or cities. In addition, buses are regularly available to Halong Bay from most towns and cities.
  • It is advisable to seek help/advice from your hotel management about tours and cruises in Halong Bay. Generally, the hotel patrons can give a complete guide for the same.
  • Be sure to carry cash when traveling to Halong Bay.
  • As Island stops and water activities are a part of most cruises, be sure to carry appropriate clothing as needed.
  • Also, carry hats, sunscreens, and any such lotions and medications as needed, as these are not easy to come by when out in the bay.


Kenya, situated in East Africa, stands out as the ultimate safari destination globally, boasting renowned national parks like Masai Mara. It is home to the famous Big 5 – African Elephants, leopards, rhinos, Cape buffalo, and lions that roam freely along with a plethora of wildlife, offering an experience like no other. Witnessing the annual Great Migration, where millions of wildebeest and other animals cross the Mara River, is a mesmerizing spectacle not to be missed in Kenya.

Kenya provides its wildlife with the backdrop of diverse landscapes, from the Great Rift Valley to lakes, highlands, savannahs, and deserts. There’s also a stunning coastline stretching over 500 kilometres, offering pristine beaches, clear waters, and vibrant coral reefs ideal for activities like snorkelling and diving in coastal destinations like Mombasa and Lamu Island. And for adventure seekers, Mount Kenya, Africa’s second-highest peak, offers an exciting challenge to conquer.

Kenya’s rich cultural tapestry, including the globally celebrated Maasai culture and around 43 other tribes, offers travellers a chance to immerse themselves in unique traditions and ceremonies. Cities like Nairobi blend Swahili, Arab, Indian, and European influences, evident in architecture, cuisine, and historical sites. Museums in Nairobi and historical sites across the country provide insights into Kenya’s extensive history.

Travellers in Kenya can choose between backpacking through beautiful landscapes or enjoying luxury lodges, suiting all preferences. Whether it’s wildlife safaris, relaxing on pristine beaches, experiencing diverse cultures, or exploring history, Kenya offers something for everyone, making it the quintessential African holiday destination. And as you explore Kenya’s wonders, the phrase “Hakuna Matata,” meaning “no worries,” captures the relaxed vibe of this captivating place.


Turkey, situated away at the meeting point of Europe and Asia, is a captivating blend of culture, history, and breathtaking scenery. Istanbul, the dynamic center of this nation, is located on two continents and is home to famous buildings like the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia. Turkey’s historic sites, from Ephesus to the bizarre landscapes of Cappadocia with its wacky rock formations, offer a canvas of varied experiences beyond its busy cities.

Turkey boasts breathtakingly beautiful and diverse natural environments. The nation offers a diverse and gorgeous landscape, ranging from the azure waters and breathtaking beaches along the Mediterranean and Aegean shores to the untamed grandeur of the Taurus Mountains and the distinctive geological formations of Pamukkale’s travertine terraces. It also provides a variety of outdoor experiences, ranging from hot air balloon rides over Cappadocia to hiking along the Lycian Way or indulging in water sports along the coast. The country’s diverse landscapes cater to thrill-seekers and nature lovers alike

Turkey’s varied customs, food, and artistic expressions highlight the diversity of its population Turkish food, which is well-known for its kebabs, baklava, and Turkish delight, entices indulgence in gastronomic exploration. The vivid bazaars and markets, such as the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, immerse tourists in a brilliant tapestry of sights, sounds, and flavors. Turkish people are renowned for their warmth and friendliness, which makes guests feel at home and welcome. Turkey, with its blend of history, culture, natural beauty, and friendly hospitality, promises an enriching and remarkable experience for every tourist seeking a voyage filled with discovery and amazement.


Mauritius, also referred to as the Republic of Mauritius, is a multi-cultural island republic in the Indian Ocean around 2,000 kilometers from Africa and southeast of the Seychelles. Mauritius is a popular destination for both honeymoons and family vacations, thanks to its palm-fringed beaches, azure waters, majestic mountains, and lush national parks.

Mauritius is nearly totally surrounded by coral reefs and offers quiet, crystal-clear water, making it a great destination for watersports such as snorkeling, diving, kayaking, and swimming. Unlike many other islands, Mauritius offers more than just stunning beaches. Enjoy a hiking tour through the national parks, feel the rush of jumping 10,000 feet from the sky, watch dolphins from a speedboat, or explore the volcanoes and ruins scattered throughout the island.

Mauritius is a foodie wonderland, with street food ranked in the world’s top ten. Because of its history of migration, Mauritius’ cuisine is influenced by French, Indian, Chinese, and African delicacies. Faratas, boulettes (dumplings), Dholl puris, gateaux piments (chili cakes), boiled or fried noodles, and samoussas are all must-tries. Visit the island’s vibrant marketplaces, temples, and colonial houses to get a true sense of place.

Port Louis, the capital city, is the epicenter of Mauritius’ urban lifestyle. Although the island is small, it is separated into four areas (north, south, east, and west) with distinct microclimates, scenery, and lifestyles. Mauritius has a tropical climate and may be visited practically year-round.

Are you prepared to start your next adventure? Allow Travel Inn to help you at every turn. From helping you obtain a visa to finding the ideal lodging, we make sure your trip is seamless and amazing.


1 Comment
  • Yemi
    Posted at 14:40h, 12 June Reply

    Can I go to these places without visa or which one is visa
    On arrival. Country Dey this world sha .

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