The color of the year 2024, Peach Fuzz, a shade between pink and orange, with its delicate, romantic, and timeless tones, will undoubtedly influence the new trends in design, fashion, and art for the upcoming year. So, why not embark on a themed trip?
Skyscanner, a leading global travel site, has identified five trips to take in 2024 that embody this year’s trending color palette.
Peach Fuzz: 5 Trips to Take to Immerse Yourself in the Color of the Year
The Wave, Arizona
It’s a type of wave that carves into the rock, giving life to a genuine geological marvel. The site is located within Coyote Buttes North, but despite its fame, it’s not easy to visit.
The chance to enjoy its beauty is left to chance: by participating in a lottery, there is a monthly opportunity to be selected and receive permission to access the tour of this rock formation.
It’s simply a magical and enchanting place! This unique region is famous for its surreal landscapes, characterized by spectacular rock formations called “fairy chimneys” and houses carved into the rock.
The changing colors of sunrise and sunset paint the sky above landscapes that seem to come from another planet. One of the most extraordinary experiences is taking a hot air balloon flight at dawn, offering a breathtaking panoramic view of Cappadocia as the sun rises on the horizon.
Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, India
Also known as the “Palace of the Winds,” it’s an important historical and architectural landmark located in Jaipur, the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan.
In 1799, builders constructed it with the primary aim of enabling royal ladies to observe daily life and festivities on the street below without being seen.
Today, it’s a testament to the historical and cultural richness of Jaipur, also known as the “Pink City” for the predominant use of pink sandstone in many of its buildings.
Deadvlei is an impressive and surreal clay pan located in the Namib-Naukluft National Park in Namibia, southwestern Africa.
The name “Deadvlei” translates to “dead marsh” or “dead valley” and is often considered one of the most photogenic and hauntingly beautiful landscapes in the world.
The contrast of colors between the clay pan, dark acacia trees, and surrounding red dunes creates a visually stunning and almost surreal scene.
Sanctuary of Truth, Thailand
This iconic temple is located in Naklua, a northern suburb of Pattaya, overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. It’s entirely made of teak wood using ancient craftsmanship techniques, without the use of nails or modern metals.
Its architecture follows traditional Thai and Khmer styles, with intricate carvings and sculptures reflecting various Asian religious and philosophical themes. Sunset and sunrise are the most enchanting moments of the day, tinting this sacred place with a unique and evocative hue that invites contemplation and reflection.
Don’t hesitate anymore! Book that trip and let your hidden photography skills come to light.
This story first appeared on GRAZIA US.