We all dream of the best vacations. Every day we go to work and punch away the hours. All we're really doing is daydreaming of our next travel adventure and much-needed break. Part of what makes vacations enjoyable is thinking about new clothes, trying on outfits, and dressing for the occasion. We find that nothing gets us more in the holiday spirit than wearing an appropriately themed hat. We took a poll on the best vacations and determined which hat would make you feel appropriately relaxed.
Digital nomads flock here in droves for the picturesque views and never-ending yoga lessons. It's famed for its iconic rice patties, volcanic mountains, and beaches. There are many religious sites including the Uluwatu Temple. The remainder of the island is a vacationer's dream, littered with resorts, bars, and meditation retreats.
The land of pineapples and Spam, Hawaii has long been one of America's most desirable vacation destinations. With gorgeous volcanic cliffs, Hawaii's 6 main islands feature varying terrain, from waterfalls, tropical forests, and famous beaches. Popular tourist attractions include Pearl Harbor and Waikiki Beach.
A snorkeler's dreams, The Maldives consists of more than a thousand coral reefs. It's a collection of twenty-six individual islands scattered across the Indian Ocean. Tourists love the majority of sunny days and endless blue lagoons to explore. There are also plenty of fish markets and restaurants to visit when not playing on a beach.
The gorgeous Amalfi Coast sits in the Southern region of Italy. It's a congregation of picturesque seaside towns, reminiscent of what you'd imagine a living postcard should look like. The coast consists of cliff-top resorts, incredible restaurants and legendary hotels. Not to mention the area is known for its incredible hiking trails and views.
No longer just a spring break destination for rowdy college travelers, Cancun Mexico is renowned for its luscious beaches, never-ending sprawling resorts, and eclectic nightlife. Options abound in this land of plenty. If you're looking to get away from it all, and have the time of your life, Cancun is at the top of the list.
Rio de Janeiro runs the gamut from the pristine beaches of Copacabana to the questionable shantytowns. However, following in the steps of the World Cup and the Olympics, Brazil has become a destination on everyone's bucket list. There's Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf Mountain, and Carnaval. There's plenty to love about this seaside city.
If you've ever seen images of the bungalows perched on stilts over crystal clear ocean and wished you could visit, it was probably Bora Bora you were dreaming about. This small island in French Polynesia is surrounded by turquoise lagoons and coral reefs. It's a scuba diving heaven, as it offers everything a traveler could hope for.