However, some people will be planning their holidays and backpacking for 2018. If you are one of those, then here's some of the most popular destinations chosen so far for next year.
Tudor have selected three hot spots for tourists.
1) If Brazil owned South American travel this year, Chile is taking over for 2018. Slowly, methodically, the continent’s most overlooked wonderland has become arguably its most desirable adventure tourism destination – precisely the gong it picked up at last year’s World Travel Awards.
And why? Because it’s a whopping 2,650 miles long, yet never more than 150 miles wide – and is packed with ecosystems, biodiversity, topographies. It has 36 national parks, some of the most extreme environments on Earth, from deserts to fjords to sub-polar islands, and the roads and footpaths and necessary infrastructure to make these accessible.
If you're planning to move away to Chile then Tudor can help you ship across the vital ingredients you need to make your trip a success. We offer a wide range of airports to drop your luggage to, including: Arica, Antofagasta, Balamaceda, Iquique and Santiago.
2) Love rugby? The hottest ticket would be to choose New Zealand. After hosting the British and Irish Lions tour in June and early July of 2017, the All Blacks look set to continue their display of mesmerising fans with International games against the likes of arch-rivals Australia.
With that in mind, you may as well tour around New Zealand and explore the country pronoun for Kiwis.
For example, en route between Auckland and Wellington before a detour west to Kauri forests. Between Rotorua and Hamilton you’ll find the movie set from Lord of the Rings at Matamata. And the post-quake renaissance of Christchurch continues with the opening of the city’s new Adventure Park, the largest downhill mountain-bike park in the southern hemisphere.
3) India - What an intriguing mix of innovation and tradition. In northern India the bold, modernist architecture of Chandigarh has been awarded classic status, while just outside this striking city a brand-new hotel celebrates Rajput and Mughal heritage with quite some panache.
Bengaluru (also called Bangalore) is the capital of India's southern Karnataka state. The centre of India's high-tech industry, the city is also known for its parks and nightlife. By Cubbon Park, Vidhana Soudha is a Neo-Dravidian legislative building. Former royal residences include 19th-century Bangalore Palace, modelled after England’s Windsor Castle, and Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, an 18th-century teak structure.
India offers many more unforgettable experiences from using their jam-packed trains to indulging their food. If you are thinking about travelling across the Asian continent and want to ship goods across then we have the solution for you, Our services include Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai and more.