As we begin the new year, it's time to start thinking about your vacation plans for 2018. This can of course be a somewhat daunting task, leaving you wondering where to start.

Thanks to Business Insider, however, we have insight on some of the best places to visit next year. The publication in turn got together with the world's top travel experts — ranging from employees of Airbnb and Lonely Planet to bloggers and Instagram influencers — to get the scoop on their favorite locations.

On tap for 2018 are places like Laya's Royal Highlander Festival, heading to Viñales, Cuba to take in the classic car scene, making your way down to the breathtaking Antelope Canyon in Utah, and much more.

Best Places to Visit in 2018

Royal Highlander Festival in Laya Viñales, Cuba Alentejo Coast, Portugal Valletta, Malta Caribbean Islands Antelope Canyon, Utah, Tokyo, Japan Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia Northern Lights in Iceland Terra do Fogo archipelago in Chile Lake Bled, Slovenia Whitney Plantation, Louisiana Seville, Spain Sao Miguel Island, Portugal Norway's Trollfjord Tunis, Tunisia Callandish Stones in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland Gullfoss, Iceland Tallinn, Estonia Amsterdam, Netherlands Beaches of Dakar, Senegal Lake Baikal, Russia Teide National Park, Tenerife Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

For a breakdown of locations you should be scouting to explore in 2018, follow on over to Business Insider.

Now, here's what to see in Havana, Cuba, according to local experts.

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