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Traveling for the Golden Years: 6 Trips not to take until Retirement

Traveling for the Golden Years: 6 Trips not to take until Retirement

Retirement is a time for adventure and exploration, and Fareportal, the third-largest online travel company in North America, offers recommendations for retirees to explore the world. Princess World Cruises offers an around-the-world cruise starting in Sydney, visiting 27 countries with 41 ports of call. Viking World Cruises also offers an around-the-world cruise spanning five continents, while Oceania Cruises has several options starting in Miami, New York, and Los Angeles.

One of the best ways to see the U.S. is by driving from coast to coast, visiting national parks like Yellowstone, California’s Yosemite, and Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida. Train journeys focus on the act of travel, with options like the Bernina Express and Train to the Clouds.

The African continent is filled with awe-inspiring destinations, such as Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve, Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Reserve, and Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. The Aurora Borealis, a natural phenomenon that lights up the sky in a rainbow of colors, can be seen from late November to March at latitude of 65 to 72 degrees. Tromsø, Norway, which is situated above the Arctic Circle, sees the Northern Lights more than 250 nights a year.

Europe’s compact nature allows retirees to easily hop through cities in a short period of time. However, retirees can also live abroad in Europe for an entire summer, traveling to different destinations on the weekends and living like a European during the week. This can include staying in a French villa or an Italian pensione, or finding a retired European couple to swap houses with, allowing them to see the States while enjoying the European adventure of a lifetime.