As more people begin to travel across the globe, National Geographic picked the top 25 destinations to visit in the new year.
The magazine outlined five different categories for its ‘Best of World 2022’ list: nature, adventure, sustainability, culture and history.
From hiking up the Rocky Mountains to witnessing sustainability in Chimanimani, Mozambique, National Geographic said this year’s list celebrated a number of World Heritage site to highlight the 50 years of work from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
“Although the pandemic changed when, where, and how we travel, we are eager to unleash our wanderlust—and see what wonders we’ll uncover,” National Geographic said.
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Here is National Geographic’s ‘Best of the World 2022’ list:
Jingmai Mountain, Yunnan, China
Tin Pan Alley, London
Ruhr Valley, Germany
Parque Nacional Yasuni, Ecuador
National Columbia Gorge Scenic Area, Oregon/Washington
Chimanimani National Park, Mozambique
Caprivi Strip, Namibia
Lake Baikal, Russia
Belize Maya Forest Reserve
Seine River Bike Trail, France
Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail, New Brunswick, Canada
Arapahoe Basin, Colorado
Danube River Cruise
Eastern Shore, Maryland
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