Top Recommendations By Luxury Travel Specialist Willy Hobal for Your 2021 Bucket List

The way the world has seen changes in the past few months is something nobody had ever imagined. The disruption that is caused by what is today known as the global health pandemic has either made people quarantined or have lost their hope in taking that trip that has been in their pending list for long now. Willy Hobal, one of the most promising young talents in the travel and hospitality sector is of the view that many travel lovers are on their toes to make that trip to their dream destinations once all of this gets over.

Here are his suggestions as top travel trips that people can take after the pandemic and enjoy the world with a much different vibe and energy, soaking in the positivity and spirit of these beautiful places on the earth.


The Italian region, which is also known as the largest Mediterranean island, is the perfect destination that exudes different cultures and trades. It has the perfect architecture and food varieties that can make travel enthusiasts instantly fall in love with the place. In fact, it is a region that is famous for architecture, archaeology, food, and the natural world. The ban on outdoor and public gatherings is still prevalent, but after the pandemic, this is a great place to be with your family, suggests Hobal.


People who love to explore the diverse culture of the South East Asian countries; Vietnam is the place to be. Whether it is the beautiful caves, natural wonders like Halong Bay or Sapa, it is seen as an excellent holiday destination after the pandemic, not just for travel experts, but for all the beach lovers as well.
Dominican Republic: The heart of the Caribbean–to the second largest, most geographically diverse country in the region. Occupying the eastern two-thirds of Hispaniola, the Dominican Republic is also the Caribbean’s #1 most visited destination. Known for its white sand beaches, tropical climate and beautiful resorts, the country is a top choice for those travelers looking to escape the cold winters.


Known as the land of a thousand hills, Rwanda’s stunning scenery and warm, friendly people offer unique experiences in one of the most remarkable countries in the world. It is blessed with extraordinary biodiversity, with incredible wildlife living throughout its volcanoes, montane rainforest and sweeping plains. Rwanda is definitely one of the most sustainable destinations, keep this one on your list to visit right now or for you 2021 travel plans. A must do: Try an excursion with Ikaze Rwanda Tours (Nyungwe National park and Lake Kivu among the most populars.)


The island nation of the Maldives is popular with honeymooners looking for seclusion and adventurers looking to explore the depths of the sea on a scuba diving and snorkeling excursion. Travelers seeking relaxation can unwind at one of the island spas and all visitors should certainly spend a day exploring the Maldivian capital of Malé. The hotels in this region are also spectacular, ranging from underwater hotels to overwater private bungalows. A must do: Try the yacht collection of Beach Investments: Conte Max, Niumath 3 or Duke of York, this will be an unforgettable experience.

Hobal who serves as the proud CEO and founder of Hobal Luxury Collection has been working relentlessly over the years through his brand to connect luxury destinations to curators in Europe and work towards providing effective and robust strategies that can help in multiplying their brand recognition and revenue generation. Apart from his 10 years rich experience in hospitality, where Hobal has been the brain behind commercial team supervision and sales management, he is also the energetic leader who is the Founder and President of the Board at Tiempos de Bondad Foundation, a charity organization that works to provide free and quality education to children and youths in Latin America.

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