TOP 5 PARTY DESTINATIONS IN THE WORLD 2016
Some of the world’s most beautiful destinations also have some of the best nightlife in the world for party-loving travellers to explore clubs, beach parties or festivals
EL TRUNCO, EL SALVADOR.
During the day. It’s families and backpackers alike just chilling, soaking up the sun. However, sun down brings about something unimaginable – boy do they know how to party. Locals, surfers and backpackers all join forces on the beach. This lively beach party with alcohol and music aplenty, is essentially a celebration of the sun and a great excuse to gather in front of one of the most amazing sunsets you’re ever likely to see.
LAS VEGAS, USA.
As a city that never sleeps, and home to some of the most opulent hotels and nightclubs in the world, party animals will be spoilt for choice in this adult’s playground. Can party around the clock – pool parties in the day and dancing to world renowned DJ’s at night. Popular destinations include Marquee, known for hosting rooftop pool parties, and Hakkasan.
Renowned throughout Europe for its seasonal party atmosphere and the dance music capital of the world, between May and October, teens and young adults experience the raucous nightlife in some of the world’s hottest clubs including Privilege – the largest nightclub in the world. Visitors party hard from sunset to sunrise before seeking solace at the swimming pool and eventually rising again at midday to do it all over again. If you’re a lover of all things dance and aren’t afraid of the hefty price-tags then Ibiza will provide you with a party experience that’ll take some beating.
NEW ORLEANS, USA.
The buzzing atmosphere of Mardi Gras must be experienced. Expect colours, costumes and craziness as you get swept up in one of the most out of control parties on earth. Shut down the streets to ensure it’s a success.
KO PHA NGAN, THAILAND
As it gets close to a full moon, this island sheds its otherwise tranquil skin in preparation for the unforgettable events that are about to occur. Known around the world for their full moon parties, the beach of this small Thai island houses more than 20,000 people as they dance, drink, skinny dip and have competitions over flaming skipping ropes all in celebration of the full moon.
It’s crazy to think that this whole tradition was started by a couple of backpackers having a beach party coincidentally on the night of a full moon. Nowadays it’s renowned throughout the world for beach barbeques, eclectic music and perhaps most importantly, alcohol that’s sold by the bucket!