Bill Bailey Travel Reviews 3 Top Destinations For Travel in 2013

As 2012 draws to a close, 2013 comes into focus for millions of travelers beginning to plan their excursions.

As the year draws to a close, 2013 comes into focus for millions of travelers beginning to plan their excursions. Tourism continues to rise with more people traveling in the U.S. and abroad this year than in previous years Bill Bailey Travel Clubinvites you to look at 3 of the top U.S. destinations for travel in 2013.

American Samoa

Exotic and still "local" American Samoa is a less touristy and no less American destination for travel in 2013. Rich Polynesian traditions, stunning white sand beaches, great national parks and destinations, the number of tourists to American Samoa is less than other popular Polynesian hotspots such as the Hawaiian Islands. Although only a unincorporated and unorganized territory of the U.S., visitors can still enjoy the benefits of its locality by not having to present a visa if a U.S. Citizen as well as the simplicity of a local currency which is the American dollar and even American power points and English as a main language.

Louisville Kentucky

Largest city in the state of Kentucky, Louisville is diverse and offers world class sporting events, historic sights of interest as well as being well known for its food and spirits. Whether in search of world famous horse races, the Bourbon Trail, the history of Baseball or just a nice park, Louisville really does have it all. In addition, Louisville is considered a relatively cost friendly destination as well, another bonus for travelers on the lookout for top destinations.

Fairbanks Alaska

Perhaps the antithesis of American Samoa, Fairbanks Alaska has made it on the radar for the 2013 travel season. Certainly not for the warm temperatures in winter, the draw of Fairbanks may not be the warm tropical waters of American Samoa but they are from nature. Forcasted to offer some of the best Northern Lights in recent years, Fairbanks is expecting to see a large number of lights seekers in late summer months.