So it’s coming close to the end of 2016 and it has been one hectic year. However, in order to be optimistic to what the New Year has for us, why not start it in an adventurous way? Here’s five ideas of how to spend your New Year’s Eve abroad.
1. Watch the firework displays in Madeira
Join the very many tourists that travel to Madeira especially for the fireworks display they host annually in the city Funchal, for New Year’s Eve. With bright colours lighting up the dark sky, it is a truly magical sight to see once the clock strikes midnight. It is known to be one of the best firework displays in the world.
2. Take a winter trip to Tenerife
In Tenerife South, the average weather temperature is 20°C, making it the perfect location to get that dose of vitamin D that you need. So if you can’t stand the cold, winter weather any longer, then pack your bags and head to Tenerife to soak up the winter sun. Plus, it’s a whole new experience to celebrate New Year’s Eve abroad rather than at your local hot spot.
3. Enjoy the firework displays in London
Visit this bustling capital to witness their amazing fireworks display. With the London Eye and the River Thames as a backdrop, it truly does create a picturesque view. Enjoy some mulled wine as you are surrounded by your family and friends and other travellers whilst you all appreciate London’s final touch and beginning to a new year.
4. Explore Las Vegas
Do you want your New Year’s Eve to be so wild, that you would enter 2017 with hilarious stories, an unbelievable night and maybe, just maybe some regrets? Then book a ticket to sin city and let your adventure unravel from there. With live entertaining shows, elite bars and clubs and the potential to hit the jackpot in one of their very famous casinos, there surely isn’t a better way to party on your very last night in 2016?
5. Have a traditional New Year’s Eve in Tokyo
Japan is known to have many traditions and the way they spend their New Year’s Eve is just one of them. There are plenty of activities to participate in; such as joining the crowd in front of the Sensoji Temple and hearing the bell ring 108 times once it hits midnight, sitting in the front row seats of the Sumo Grand Champions, enjoying a candle lit meal at the Tokyo Sky Tree and of course, watching their astounding firework displays.