Dreamworthy Destinations


If you were to dream up a glitzy, glamorous desert mirage, Dubai fits the mold. A collision of antiquity and gleaming modernity, if you can imagine it, you can probably make it happen in Dubai. From shredding some powder at Ski Dubai, bargaining for spices and crafts in the 100 year Gold Souk, to skyrocketing 2714 feet and 160 floors above the desert floor at the iconic Burj Khalifa. Whether you’re stopping in for a luxurious layover on the way to your next stop or Dubai is your final destination, this fascinating city will defy your expectations.

Best Time to Visit

Dubai has two seasons, hot, and way hotter! The best window of time to visit is between February and April when temperatures are more manageable. You’re looking at temperatures around 77 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius) during this time and rarely do they drop further than that.

Highly Recommended Experiences

  • Hop on a camel, take a sunset desert tour and experience an authentic Bedouin camp
  • Ascend the Burg Khalifa, the world’s tallest building  
  • Experience 90 cultures, learn about 100 countries and dine on foods from around the world at the Global Village
  • Peruse 380 stalls at the iconic Dubai Gold Souk 
  • Go rooftop bar-hopping to take in staggering city views of Dubai at night
  • Have some hair-raising fun at World’s of Adventures, the planet’s largest indoor theme park 


How many times have you daydreamed about strolling down the dock towards your private thatched overwater bungalow, pale green waters lapping up against your personal platform, the sun gleaming overhead? The Maldives is a relatively new destination with the first resort opening up in 1972. It was a group of young, ambitious Maldivians that brought their vision to life and helped transform this sleepy string of fishing islands into one of the world’s most coveted destination hotspots. 

Best Time to Visit

The Maldives has three distinctly different seasons. The absolute best time to visit the Maldives for optimum weather is December to February. Travelers can enjoy no rain, perpetual blue skies, and low humidity. If you’re a heat-seeker, shoulder season runs from March to April, promising hotter weather, higher humidity, and great surf conditions. The low season runs from May to November and while the weather is still warm, this time of year also brings rain and stormy skies.

Highly Recommended Experiences

  • Take a snorkeling safari to Maafushi, swim in some of the clearest waters on the planet, enjoy the  biodiversity
  • Hop a surf transfer and surf iconic waves like Kasabu and Hocus Pocus
  • Get your hotel to pack a picnic and spend the day on your own sandbar
  • Pamper yourself with an all-day outdoor spa experience
  • Suit up, grab your Go Pro and experience an underwater paradise at Banana Reef
  • Lounge around your private balcony over the water and read a good book


Idyllic, heaven on earth, beautiful; words can fail the weary traveler when they first lay on eyes on the island of Bora Bora. Northeast of Tahiti and a quick plane ride away from the Polynesian capital of Papeete, Bora Bora can feel much like a private island for romance seekers, honeymooners, and anyone seeking a blissful escape from the ordinary. Views of lush, carpeted volcanic peaks, lavish overwater bungalows, and fresh Polynesian culinary delights like Poisson Cru are just a sampling of what you’ll experience when you arrive here.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit his island pearl sort of depends on how adventurous you’re willing to be. The coolest and most popular months are June through to October. These months bring both bright, sunny days but they also bring the southeast trade winds complete with stormy days and turbid water at times. The hottest (and rainiest) months run from December to April, with April being a great month to visit because of thinner crowds and endless sunny days.

Highly Recommended Experiences

  • Swim with the sharks – Blacktip, reef sharks, and lemon sharks draw thousands of curious divers every year
  • Dine on Poisson Cru, fresh lagoon fish cooked in coconut milk and lime
  • Have a traditional Polynesian picnic on Motu Tapu, a small island owned by the ancestors of Bora Bora’s last queen
  • Take a catamaran tour of the lagoon to take in the best views of Mt Otemanu
  • Hire a private guide and hike up the Valley of the Kings to view ancient caves
  • Enjoy a day of pampering at one of Bora Bora’s exclusive tropical spas 


The most isolated string of islands in the world just so happen to be one of the most geographically diverse places on earth. If you’re looking for a proper ‘choose your own adventure’ type of holiday, Hawaii will take you to the rim of spewing volcanoes, through lush jungle treks, soaring over the top of majestic mountain ranges, down to palm-fringed, white sandy beaches. What’s more, Hawaii’s indigenous peoples are hard at work taking back their cultural traditions, language, and way of life, and sharing it with travelers eager to learn more about Polynesian culture. From bustling city centres like Honolulu to the quieter beaches of Maui, to the adventure-filled Big Island, Hawaii truly is a destination for any and all types of travelers.

Best Time to Visit

Hawaii can be a year-round destination, depending on what sorts of activities you enjoy, and it really only has two seasons, so that should make planning easier.  But for the driest weather, the months of June, July, and September are ideal. March, April, and May offer pleasant temperatures, though can be busier with Spring Break crowds during the month of March.

Highly Recommended Experiences

  • Visit Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island 
  • Witness a nightly Manta Ray ballet just off the coast of the Kailua-Kona
  • Take a drive through Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific 
  • Take a thrilling helicopter ride over Nā Pali Coast in Kauai 
  • Try your hand at the hairpin turns of the iconic Road to Hana 
  • Visit the Polynesian Culture on the north shore of Oahu 

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