Planning Your Vacation? Here Are 5 Countries Every Nurse Should Travel to This Year

Are you ready to spice up your break by exploring new countries? Then, keep reading because this blog post will show you five countries every nurse should plan to visit this year.

With the holiday season in full swing, there are many activities you could engage in to enjoy your break as a nurse. One of the most exciting and memorable things you can do for yourself this season is to take a trip somewhere nice. Traveling as a nurse is crucial because it helps you break your normal routine, expands your mind, gives you a new perspective, and sets the stage for a well-deserved time of relaxation.

5 Countries Every Nurse Should Travel to for Vacation

The first step to planning a memorable vacation is to choose where to go. When choosing a place, top factors to consider include your budget, the season, the amount of time you have, and more. Here is a list of five exciting countries you can vacation in this year.


If you want to have a well-deserved refreshing and relaxing time, then the Maldives is your vacation choice. With over 1000 coral island resorts in the Maldives, this isolated Indian Ocean vacation spot, located southwest of India, is the personification of a dreamy tropical retreat. Activities to engage in the Maldives include scuba diving, snorkeling, relaxing at the beach, visiting the spas, enjoying the beautiful view of nature, trying out exquisite cuisines, and many more.

South Africa

Cape Town in South Africa is a place where you can get the best value for your money when it comes to vacation. In Cape Town, you get to experience endless natural beauty, cliff top views, pastel pink neighborhoods. You can also indulge in the flourishing arts, fine dining, and interesting nightlife scenes the city boasts of. Activities in Cape Town include wine tasting, cage diving, hiking, kayaking, visiting safaris, and engaging in a great shopping experience. This is a must-visit country for every nurse looking to make the most of their break this year.


Italy is ranked by many as one of the top 10 best countries in the world because it has something for everyone. From beaches to hiking, biking, diving, outdoor markets, boutiques and outlet malls. It also has many festivals, concerts, opera, and cooking classes. Some of the other activities to engage include horseback riding, wine tasting, farming, and more. If you're a nurse planning to vacation with your kids or by yourself, this is a country you should check out this year.


Dubai is one of the most glamorous destinations you’ll ever visit. It boasts stunning architectural designs, shopping festivals, and glittering skylines. It is truly a paradise for many tourists in the world. Some of the many exclusive experiences you can enjoy in Dubai include the hot balloon ride, flyboarding, parasailing, quad biking, and incredible dining experiences, to mention a few. Dubai should be added to your vacation bucket list as a nurse this year.


Mexico is an architectural wonder with streaming jungles, dramatic volcanoes, and stunning wildlife. It has a Hispanic culture with some of the world’s greatest archaeological monuments, including the exquisite Maya temples of Palenque. This is the perfect country to explore Spanish colonial towns, churches, mansions, and indulge in chili-spiced cuisine. In Mexico, you can also visit museums, go diving, taste some tequila, or join in carnival celebrations.


As a nurse, you should consider traveling more this year for a well-deserved break and a chance to explore new horizons. The listed countries offer not only beautiful landscapes, but also a refreshing escape from the demanding nature of nursing. There you go; this blog has just shown you five countries every nurse should visit this year if you're planning a vacation. For more helpful tips like this, please visit our blog for nurses at Natty Nurses.

January 18, 2024

Natasha Osei

Passionate Nurse Practitioner | People person
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