If you’re like most people, you probably find it hard to decide where you’ll go on holiday next. Sure, there are worse problems to have, but it can also be hard to choose a destination when the world is such a big place and you have limited time. And then there’s the choice between a place you’ve visited and loved, and you know you’d have a great time there again, and the unknown of a destination that may be amazing, but also may not live up to the hype.
If you’re stuck, and simply have no idea where to go on holiday this year, consider taking a look at this article, which investigates a new way to decide on your next holiday destination with the Perfect Holiday Generator. My Voucher Codes has designed the generator, and this handy tool may just open you up to possibilities that you may not have otherwise considered.
You’ll simply input the type of destination you want, as you’re asked questions about the type of weather you want (somewhere cold, warm, or hot), whether you want to “explore, party on, have an adventure, or relax”, and the kind of budget you have in mind (ranging between expensive, mid-priced or cheap.
The great thing about this tool is that it covers multiple destinations that you may not have otherwise considered, with cities and countries around the globe.
Founder of My Voucher Codes, Mark Pearson said it can be hard to decide where to go if you want to visit somewhere new for your holidays, especially if you’re travelling with your family and you all have different ideas and opinions. However, he also said we are so “…lucky that we have the opportunity to head off to far flung destinations or even visit beautiful places closer to home”.
Mr Pearson said that when it comes to having limited time off for your holiday, and when you need a break from work, the perfect holiday generator will hopefully give people the inspiration to find that dream destination and create wonderful memories.
If you’re still struggling to find the perfect destination, why not consider grabbing some travel magazines? You may find that the ideal place jumps out at you, or a conversation with someone who has recently returned from a holiday abroad may spark an idea.
Another option is to get online and subscribe to some travel blogs and websites, or airline websites and voucher sites so you’re in the loop if an amazing deal happens to pop up.
And if you want to spend some time comparing a few destinations or researching a few different cities within a country and looking at options for accommodation, tours and sightseeing, why not create a board on Pinterest? You can share it with the whole family so you can all pin your ideas and get some input into what everyone is looking for.
The perfect holiday generator can be used multiple times, so play around with your budget and travel style to open yourself up to new options and ideas.