The pearl of Vietnam lures visitors with visa-free access and world-class beach resorts. Guests can revel in gorgeous sandy shores, a massive national park, and fiery sunsets which turn the sky into a nightly kaleidoscope of colours, the website wrote. 

Phu Quoc makes up the largest island in Vietnam and is considered to be a hidden gem for both nature enthusiasts and luxury travelers. Indeed, it is home to some of the country’s best beaches, a famous pearl farming industry, whilst boasting some of the world’s most spectacularly bright sunsets. Half of the island is protected by as a national park, featuring waterfalls, white powder beaches, and coral reefs. 

Visitors from the United States to Phu Quoc can skip the otherwise-required Vietnam visa thanks to the launch of a special Government programme aimed at boosting tourism, it added. 

Travel Lemming also suggested things to do in the island city, including riding the Hon Thom Cable car, hiking to waterfalls, snorkeling and diving, and watching the sunset from Long Beach.

Phu Quoc National Park, Emerald Bay, Duong Dong, and Ham Ninh Fishing Village are all among the top places travelers should spend time to visit on the island.

Furthermore, the travel guide recommended that the best time to visit is between September and December, or alternatively between March and April.

Yucatán of Mexico is the No.1 destination to visit in 2024, according to Travel Lemming. Guests can escape Cancun on the Maya Train to visit colourfully authentic Mexican towns, or discover beaches free of tourists and seaweed, ancient pyramids, and underground swimming holes that the Mayans believed were gateways to the underworld.

This was followed by Gizo of the Solomon Islands, Stavanger of Norway, Antigua of Guatemala, and Memphis of Tennessee.

Rounding off the Top 10 are St. John’s of Canada, Kodiak of Alaska, Guatapé of Colombia, and Eureka Springs of Arkansas.

Source: VOV