Wed 16 January 2019
If you’re ready to hit the slopes, but are still deciding
where to go, fret not. Just in time for peak ski season, if your idea
of spending winter includes snow and skiing, head to these top three ski
destinations around the globe! Ski-related bookings have been on the
rise on certain platforms; with a surge of roughly 154% in 2018. As an
avid traveler, planning the best skiing experience should be exciting.With
the new age of experiential travel, smart tech-savvy travellers are
embracing the trend of Do-It-Yourself Travel in order to plan a
holistic, unique trip.
With a steady rise in millennial travellers and
their inclination towards solo traveling, DIY travel empowers a
traveller to add or discard destinations, attractions and experiences
based on interest, resulting in maximum flexibility and
customisation. So, what are you waiting for? With seamless planning and
hassle-free travel, go book yourself ski resorts in Japan and Korea to
snow parks that you haven’t imagined before in Dubai.
It might be
surrounded by desert, but Ski Dubai lures snow bunnies from around the
globe. At the world’s largest snow park, which was named World’s Best
Indoor Ski Resort 2018 at last year’s World Ski Awards, you can choose
your own adventure: hit the slopes, ride a toboggan, make snowballs, or
hang out with penguins.
Japan too continues to top the charts as a world-class ski
destination. For a totally seamless experience, the Snow Town Yeti Ski
Trip from Tokyo promises snow-kissed mountains and unforgettable views
of Mount Fuji. You can also try a Private Ski and Snowboard Lesson in
Yuzawa to take your skills to the next level.
Or even South Korea,
where the 2018 Winter Olympic were held, Klook’s Vivaldi Park Snowy
Land One Day Self Guided Tour will spoil you for choice. Within the
picturesque park, travellers can ski, sled, or just admire the candle
lit streets. Another way to experience South Korea’s majestic mountains
is on a Gangwon-Do Nami Island and Elysian Gangchon Ski Resort Day Tour.
About an hour northeast of Seoul, this picturesque address is the only
ski resort that can be reached by subway.