As we head into 2015, fans of travelling abroad and partying in the sunshine will be dreaming of their next big trip but where are the top places to visit this year?
When most people think of Haiti, they think of the earthquake disaster that hit several years ago, but the country is recovering and offers visitors beautiful scenery, stunning beaches, historic fortresses and palaces and great weather
If you fancy the complete opposite, Iceland will give you stunning visions of the Northern Lights, and the Secret Lagoon to explore. Furthermore, from June, you can visit the Langjokull Ice Cave.
If you love Star Wars, Tunisia is definitely an essential destination as some of the sets used are still there to visit. If not there is the cosmopolitan nightlife of Tunis or Roman ruins, alongside the warm, sunny climate.
4. South Africa
This is a much more affordable destination now, and one of the best places to go if you love wildlife. For the culturally minded there are also lots of museums that you can check out.
The Chinese Island has become a genuine rival to Las Vegas when it comes to gambling holidays, and offers a wealth of gaming options – matching to varieties that can be found at online casinos such as http://www.MobileCasinoCanada.ca. Alongside typical casino favourites there also oriental games, while the weather is very definitely humid.
There are a lot of upmarket places in Shanghai, but the city as a whole is very affordable and offers everything from great urban nightlife and shopping, to cheap, exotic street food.
7. New Orleans
Another city ravaged by natural disaster, New Orleans still remains one of Americas most unique destinations. 2015 will see it host the New Orleans Jazz Market perfect for any music lover.
The birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, this island in the Mediterranean lets you visit La Maison Bonaparte or get off the tourist trail and explore the forests and villages that represent the islands real soul.
Here you can spend your trip lying on the beach or pampering yourself in one of Balis cheap and impressive spas, while staying in a bungalow by the beach. The weather is glorious and so is the scenery, making it ideal for a relaxing trip.
The anniversary of the First World War may have passed, but Belgium remains a great place to visit if you have an interest in history. This year will see the unveiling of a memorial to the Battle of Waterloo, while Moons will be home to many events to mark its inauguration as European Capital of Culture.
As you can see, the world is your oyster this year, as there is an abundance of superb places to visit.