Last Updated on February 14, 2019
The chilly season cannot stop travel enthusiasts from traveling and exploring new destinations.
Traveling is for this group of people more than just going around from one place to another in the pursuit of pleasure, but it is their most favorite way to find their souls while getting lost in unknown destinations, understanding different cultures, and creating new friendships with people from different walks of life.
This means that apart from pushing you out of your comfort zone, each trip you take can make you a brand new person who is confident enough to overcome the day-to-day challenges.
Ready for your winter trip? Well, don’t hesitate to shop around and compare airlines before finally booking your flight ticket. Also, make sure you make your hotel reservation in advance and plan your vacation carefully.
Still confused and need some unique and fun ideas for your winter bucket list? You have come to the right place.
Sea Kayaking in Antarctica
If you are fun of water activities, then, Antarctica is the right destination for you! If you are interested you can join Antarctica XXI and book quite an unforgettable excursion.
This travel company offers its customers about 20 air-cruise departures each and every season and help them fly in comfort over the stormy Drake Passage.
If you want to upgrade your experience, you can pay an extra of $895 per one single person and enjoy sea kayaking in the wonderful iceberg while watching the penguins swimming by!
Sailing The Northwest Passage
Unless you want to challenge and push yourself out of your comfort zone, don’t take this trip ! So, before you make any plans, keep in mind that sailing the Northwest passage is definitely not recommended for the faint heart.
However, if you are brave enough, look no further than EYOS Expeditions as the latter are known to provide interested adventure enthusiasts with super-yacht expeditions where travelers tend to jump onboard yacht charters.
While sailing on the water, expect to spot some polar bears and reach some rarely seen Inuit communities. However, choosing to get onboard a helicopter means enjoying some majestically breathtaking views of the towering mountains.
Exploring the Hjørenfjord
This is the longest fjord in Norway and one of the country’s national secret! Deciding to take this trip will definitely change your life in every beautiful way.
So, if you are planning to take this trip anytime soon, make sure you book a private boat tour through 62° Nord. This way, you will have the chance to see some gorgeous glaciers and villages like Øye.
This village is home to some beautiful and historical old building like Union Øye hotel, which was built in 1981. That’s not everything as this village also houses the popular steep Slogen mountain and the ancient Norangsdalen valley.
Sailing Around Ålesund
Join 62° Nord and go for an unforgettable sailboat tour around Ålesund. The latter is widely famous for its colorful Art Nouveau district. Wondering where you can stay?
Well, no worries! You will be surprised to find a large choice of beautiful accommodations and a higher level of service. And that’s of course in addition to the spectacular view of the clear skies, huge mountains, and fjords. And guess what?
There are still many other things to explore when on land. For instance, you can enjoy a fish soup, take incredible long walks downtown, and pop into many record shops.
Kayaking at Tutka Bay Lodge
There are many ways to enjoy your trip at Tutka Bay Lodge! For instance, you can spend your time picking mussels, digging for steam, or even better joining a boathouse with kayaks. Everything about the place is breathtakingly magical and can bewitch your body and soul and this also includes the amazing scenery.
Heli-skiing in Iceland
Want to experience something different this time? Deplar Farm might be all that you are asking for! The latter offers snowy and unspoiled runs for serious skiers who want to experience how it feels like to be zig-zagging against the deep-blue of the North Atlantic Ocean.
And guess what? You can treat yourself after the skiing experience in a spa that offers indoor and outdoor pools.
Soaking In The Blue Lagoon
If you want to treat yourself and spend some unforgettable moment that will linger in your memory for quite a long time, then you might want to take a dip in the blue lagoon located in the Reykjanes Peninsula.
However, keep in mind that it’s quite touristy but this shall not deter you from experiencing this in-water massage and enjoying the spectacular views of the breathtaking landscape.
Exploring The Thrihnukagigur Volcano
The Thrihnukagigur is a dormant volcano that you would love to closely see and marvel at its size. In fact, it’s been 4,000 years since it has last erupted. If you are fond of mother nature and appreciate exploring its wonders, don’t hesitate to join 3H travel. The latter offer interesting tours that start from mid-May through October. Get ready!
Snowmobiling in Jackson Hole
Caldera House is only a few minutes away from the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Tram that is located in Teton Village. This village is home to stunning and iconic attractions that are definitely worth visiting, including, the Chef Paulie O’Connor’s Old Yellowstone Garage and the alpine club lounge.
The latter offer guests a spa and a fitness studio. Want to upgrade your trip, don’t hesitate to book a stylish 2 or 4 bedroom suites and also don’t forget to enjoy spending a day zooming around the backcountry!
Snowboarding in Gstaad
This village is located in Switzerland and it’s home for the stunning Alps where ski lovers can take part in unforgettable skiing adventures. For extra excitement, book a room in Gstaad Palace as the latter boasts about 100 guest rooms and some wonderful and entertaining winter activities.
Whether you choose to go for ice skating, snowboarding, or even a more exciting experience like heliskiing, you cannot go wrong!