Good news for globe-trotters. Lonely Planet has revealed its latest 'Best in Travel' selections for 2017, which means there's a brand new list of countries to add to your holiday wish-list.
Where are the trendiest places to visit next year? According to the travel brand's in-house experts, Canada is the top destination for several reasons.
"First, it's the country's biggest birthday party in recent memory with the sesquicentennial next year, and they won't be shy about celebrating," Lonely Planet's Canada Destination Editor Alex Howard told us. "Also, international travelers can expect their money to go further due to the weak Canadian dollar, so now is the time to start planning a trip."
Colombia, ranked in second place, has also been named a must-see country, thanks to its "cinematic colonial preservation, Towering Andean peaks, lush Amazonian forest and enigmatic, jungle-hidden ruins."
See the full top 10 countries to travel to in 2017 below.
The turquoise, glacier-fed Lake Moraine is a highlight in Canada's stunning Banff National Park.
Cartagena, a city on Colombia's Caribbean coast, is a World Heritage Site that is famous for its colorful colonial architecture .
Cross-country skiing, an important part of Finnish culture, is the best way to take in the country's unique landscape.
This undeveloped Caribbean island is a haven for hummingbirds and other wildlife. See it before the first holiday resorts arrive in 2018.
Nepal's freshwater Lake Pokhara lies close to three of the world's highest mountains and is the main focal point for visitors to this region.
Inside Bermuda's Crystal Cave, one of the island's most stunning natural attractions.
Mongolia's Gorkhi-Terelj National Park is considered to be one of this country's most scenic spots.
The imposing Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, located in the capital city, Muscat, is the main mosque in Oman.
Buddhist temples can be seen across the plains of Bagan, an ancient city in central Myanmar. It has been hailed as one of the most impressive archeological sites in the world.
Ethiopia's spectacular cave churches were carved into the mountains thousands of years ago.