Riding a boat is fun and exciting. You get to experience nature at its very best and all the adventure that comes along with it. However, it’s always a good idea to choose the right destination when going on a boat ride, which usually depends on the occasion, be it a honeymoon, a family vacation, or a group bonding exercise. If this is your first time planning a boating adventure, these five top boating destinations are worth visiting.
1. The Algarve, Portugal
Portugal is known for its many beach towns, serene weather, and beautiful people. What’s more, it’s a land that has produced footballing greats. It’s also a very dynamic country when concerning the weather.
The Algarve, located in the southernmost region, is warm and exotic and pulls in millions of tourists worldwide. No doubt, it’s the country’s most important tourist region that’s packed with many resort towns that perfectly reflect the region. These towns include Faro, Quarteira, Sagres, Tavira, Portimao, and Vilamoura.
To ensure you have the best boating experience, it’s always a good idea to book your boat beforehand, especially if you’re traveling in peak season. There are many boat charter agencies available online. A simple Google search of the boat hire with the town you desire will help — for example, “Boat Hire Vilamoura.”
2. Santorini, Greece
How about going to the land of the Gods? Or sailing the same waters as the famed legends did? If that sounds exciting, then Santorini is your best betas. Unrivaled as the number one island in Greece, its romantic allure is one to die for.
So, if you’re struggling with how to rekindle your relationship, this Aegean grace is the spark you need to increase intimacy. The love language of this city will bring back the physical affection and sex life that was lost.
The best thing is that other famous islands surround Santorini and the island is just a six-hour boat ride from the famous Mykonos. With a suitable yacht, you can plan a beautiful date night as you sail over from island to island.
3. Luxor, Egypt
Luxor is the fulcrum of the cradle of civilization and has the world’s largest open-air museum. What’s more, the ruins of the temples and tombs are embedded in a modern city. Once you’re in the city, you can sail the Nile in a Felucca boat and experience the wonders of the Pharaohs in their heralded city. This fantasy land’s vibe offers the apt renewal you’ll need to eradicate all the gloomy months brought on by the pandemic.
4. Sentosa Cove, Singapore
Singapore is a must-see island. Its tranquil beauty and culture of discipline and neatness is a sight to behold. Let’s not forget the enchanting architecture the country offers, which is one of the many beauties she bears. The hallmarks of this great nation are proof of the infinite capability of man, and the Sentosa Cove is right there on top.
It’s a daring enclave of hundreds of waterfront apartments. The view is already sublime on its own, and the area is as modern as they come with lots of spas, hotels, bars, etc. An interesting thing about this enclave is that foreigners own sixty percent of the property.
5. Manaus, Brazil
Manaus has gained notoriety after a second wave of the COVID-19 virus resurged. That doesn’t stop it from being an excellent boating destination sometime in the future. If you plan to travel this year, you can still enjoy the place in your safe space if you observe the right safety protocols. In the long-term, the vaccine should have you covered.
This beautiful city is a confluence one. It’s the place where two rivers meet — the Negro River and Solimoes River. Aptly designated as the capital of the Amazonas, it houses the world’s biggest rainforest. It, therefore, holds the world’s most diverse array of species. And believe it or not, it’s actually one of the few places on earth where you can enjoy the bubbly pink dolphins.