The pandemic isn’t over yet, but travelers are hoping the next year will bring some recovery.
As the year-end traditions of Thanksgiving and Christmas morning draw closer, travel publications like National Geographic, post their recommendations so you can make plans in advance.
This year’s “must-see” recommendations for 2022 – based on five categories: nature, adventure, sustainability, culture and history as well as family – celebrate numerous World Heritage sites to highlight 50 years of work by the United Nations perform.
The list includes many more goals that will unleash your wanderlust:
National Geographic’s “Best of the World 2022” list:
To really understand a place, it’s important to understand its roots through food, art, and people. These cities help:
- Jingmai Mountain, Yunnan, China.
- Tin Pan Lane, London.
- Hokkaido, Japan.
- Procida, Italy.
- Atlanta, Georgia.
Whether you witness a success in nature conservation, explore a green city or get creative with solutions yourself, these places offer tourism without forgetting mother nature:
- Ruhr area, Germany.
- Parque Nacional Yasuni, Ecuador.
- ódź, Poland.
- National Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, Oregon / Washington.
- Chimanimani National Park, Mozambique.
Discover the next great safari, lose yourself in the dark sky full of stars, or cruise along the ocean with these tips to help you discover the invisible side of Mother Nature:
- Caprivi Strip, Namibia.
- Northern Minnesota.
- Lake Baikal, Russia.
- Mayan Forest Reserve in Belize.
- Victoria, Australia.
Ready for the next life changing experience? Here are a few ways you can swim with sharks, climb high mountains, and hike from sea to sea:
- Seine bike path, France.
- Costa Rica.
- Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail, New Brunswick, Canada.
- Arapahoe Basin, Colorado.
These locations offer an immersive and immersive way to explore cities, whether it’s walking through castles or learning about nomadic life. Your children will not help, but they will be entertained.
- Danube cruise.
- Lycia, Turkey.
- Granada, Spain.
- East Coast, Maryland.
Where to Visit in the United States
The list includes travel destinations in the US If you are interested in being surrounded by thousands of stars, Northern Minnesota, known for its dark skies, may be the place for you.
Are you interested in climbing? The Arapahoe Basin in Colorado has granite boulders that are suitable for all skill levels. The cliffs of Rock Mountain rise from 1,200 to 13,000 feet. Mountain goats often appear and disappear during the ascent.
Santa Fe, New Mexico is another North American city that has a lot to offer. The artist enclave and community was founded in the early 17th century and has plenty to do for couples, families, and groups of friends.
For eating and drinking it is National Geographic recommends Columbia River Gorge in Oregon and Washington. Here you will find the “largest National Scenic Area in the nation”. The East Gorge Food Trail has “a network of farms, historic hotels, wineries, and other local experiences.”
Where you can visit with your family and loved ones
Children can often become a priority during a vacation. “Learn about nomadic life” and the culture through experiences like “Making syrup with pomegranates, cooking local pastries, milking goats or taking part in the olive harvest” in Lycia, Turkey, see above National Geographic.
Taormina, Italy offers the best of both worlds with views of Mount Etna as the backdrop to a charming city, according to another list of Ovation tour group in Forbes. Explore the lava craters and learn about volcanoes. This is ideal for families looking for a five star stay report.
Palaces with intricate architecture and gardens with marble fountains in Granada, Spain can be fascinating for families. According to National Geographic, the geometric beauty of the historic buildings is “a colorful classroom for age-appropriate exploration of mathematical concepts such as shapes, symmetry, proportions and dimensions”. perform.
Are your children interested in the Middle Ages? The Danube “can seem like a journey through a fairy tale kingdom” when you drive through castles and medieval towns.