WANDERLUST WEDNESDAY: THE BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN MARCH & WHAT TO BRING

For this week's Wanderlust Wednesday I've teamed up with Rabble, a website where you can find awesome discounts and offers when online shopping. They have just launched their Danish website, and I was lucky enough to be invited to join their team of ambassadors. This is gonna be my first post of many to come, where you can get a little overview and inspiration of the current discounts you can find on Rabble.


Now, since today is Wanderlust Wednesday, I'm of course gonna send a little wanderlust inspiration in your direction. Right now you can save up to 70% on your next hotel stay, using Rabble's discounts for Hotels.com. Don't know where to go this month? Here are a few of my suggestions.

Florence

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Although most of Europe is still somewhat cold in March, Florence is still a really nice pick for a little spring break. Stroll through its beautiful streets, visit the Duomo, eat delicious pizza, pasta and gelato, and of course spend several hours touring its museums. 

India 

March is the month of Holi, the festival of colors, and age old tradition of throwing coloful powder on each other. A trip to India in March means that your trip will be full of colors and life. 

Cuba

Cuba is ideal for cycling and the best place to visit is without doubt during the dry season in March, when the temperatures are between 22 and 27 degrees. The best destination for cycling is the Valle de Viñales where you'll find yourself surrounded by tobacco fields, hilltops and breathtaking viewpoints. 

Senegal

Senegeal is really pleasant during March, with temperatures just around 27 degrees, and is the perfect place for your first contact with Africa. Explore the numerous markets, the big Mosque, enjoy the music festivals, most of them being held in March-June, or discover the African wildlife. 

Maldives 

Finally, the ultimate destination for a trip of diving and relaxing is the Maldives where it is still the dry season and the temperatures are between 25 and 30 degrees. 

A few essentials 

Whether I'm travelling to places for the beaches, diving, museums, or safari, the things above are some essentials that I cannot travel without. Comfy shoes, your sunnies, a hat, and a good backpack are four things that I simply cannot travel without. They're all perfect whether you're spending a day hiking, shopping, or exploring the city. When travelling, I honestly don't wanna bring too much skincare, other than some wet wipes to cleanse my face and a moisturizer with SPF. I'm definitely considering getting that travel toilet bag in the upper corner, which you can easily hang in the bathroom and have a great overview of your toiletries and makeup. I've found all these things from Nelly and Asos where you right now can save up to 80% in their last chance sales, and on top of that they also offer free shipping right now. My Trendy Phone also got some pretty great deals right now. Over the past year I haven't travelled without my powerbank, which can be a huge lifesaver if you're out and not able to use an outlet. This one even has build in speakers. And yes, I put a selfiestick in my collage. As stupid as these might be, they're really perfect for solo travelling, or even when you're two people travelling and want a photo together in front of a sight. What are some of your travel essentials? 

Are you planning any trips this month? 

I am a Rabble ambassador! A few times a month I write a post, giving you all ideas on how you can save money on online shopping by using Rabble's discounts and offers. Although I may be compensated for these posts, all words and opinions are as always my own. 

Camilla

Hej, jeg er Camilla - udlandsdansker, makeupsamler og rejsefanatiker

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