National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest international organizations dedicated to science and education. Since its foundation in 1888, it has extended its communications to specialized magazines, a television channel and other forms of dissemination. So the list de the best destinations to travel in 2022 according to National Geographic It is not to be thrown on deaf ears.
And while the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, travelers are hoping to regain some adventure in the coming year. By 2022, NatGeo grouped its 25 recommendations into five different categories and focused on outdoor activities and experiences, for obvious reasons. These are his recommendations for the best adventures for the coming year.
* Lake Baikal, Russia. It offers varied landscapes to visitors, such as tundra, steppe, boreal forest and pristine beaches, all in such a vast expanse which is often called “sea”.
* Namibia, with its safaris in the Caprivi strip and especially its Nkasa Rupara National Park.
* Victoria, Australia, reborn after the terrible wildfires of 2019 and 2020.
* Belize is its Maya Forest Reserve, one of the most biodiverse areas in the world.
* Northern Minnesota, on the border with Ontario and its great national parks.
* Arapahoe Basin in Colorado, offering rock climbing landscapes even for the less experienced.
* Palau, in the western Pacific, for lovers of the marine world and particularly shark enthusiasts.
* River Seine, France, which offers the possibility of get to know natural areas and classic tourist spots on a tour by bicycle consisting of 15 stages.
* New Brunswick, Canada. Waterfalls, nature reserves and hiking trails, what more could you ask for?
* The Camino de Costa Rica, a 16-stage hiking route that runs through towns, cities, indigenous lands and protected natural areas.
To live sustainability
* The Yasuní National Park, in Ecuador, is one of the places with the greatest biodiversity on planet Earth.
* Chimanimani, Mozambique, is one of the newest national parks in the country.
* Ruhr Valley, Germany, where they have achieved take advantage of mining waste to create cultural spaces and outdoor parks.
* Columbia River Gorge, on the Oregon and Washington border, where the way to travel is by bicycle.
* Lódz, in Poland, a green city that uses green technologies for everyday life.
Culture and history
* Jingmai Mountain, in China, one of the oldest cultural landscapes in the country.
* Hokkaido, Japan, a picturesque island home to the indigenous Ainu people.
* Island of Procida, in Italy, with a vast cultural program that includes festivals, shows and exhibitions of contemporary art.
*Atlanta Georgia, recognized for its three “Cs”: civic, corporate and cultural.
* Tin Pan Alley, in London, birthplace of English music legends such as Elton John, David Bowie and The Rolling Stones.
* Lycia, in Turkey, where he established the Yörüks people, who were nomadic par excellence.
* Granada, Spain, a Moorish architectural gem in that European country.
* Maryland’s East Coast offers its railroad and anti-slavery history in accessible experiences for children.
* The Danube River, which crosses 10 European countries, is an option to travel through a fairy tale with castles and medieval cities included.
* Bonaire, in the Caribbean, is a stunning island of turquoise sea and white beaches.
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