After spending many long months at home and treading on the same square meters, travelers are suffering from itchy feet. As trips take off to anywhere around the world, National Geographic offers some escape from reality with the latest edition of its annual list of destinations at the top.. It’s enough to make you nostalgic for the endless airport lines.
In light of the ongoing pandemic, the US magazine chose « Dream Now, Go Later » for its list of 25 destinations to visit or to inspire future trips in 2021.. These inspiring places also feature « resilient communities, innovative conservation efforts and exciting opportunities for future exploration. ».
Featured destinations include Katmai National Park in Alaska, which offers nearly five million acres of nature to dazzle travelers looking for spacious, open spaces..
Although the epidemic has made us more aware of the environmental impact of travel, this destination is the best option for anyone looking for some kind of getaway that is more environmentally responsible.. In fact, there are no roads to Katmai – it can only be reached by boat or pontoon. Once inside the park, travelers can explore on foot, and enjoy the diverse flora and fauna of Katmai.
The National Geographic List also features Dominica, a Caribbean island that hopes to become « the world’s first climate-resistant country. ». “In the wake of the damage caused by Hurricane Maria in 2017, the Dominican government announced large-scale measures such as building 5,000 hurricane-proof homes and banning single-use plastics.. The island is full of stunning landscapes that are sure to satisfy thrill seekers, such as nine active volcanoes, 365 rivers, giant waterfalls, and geothermal features like Boiling Lake..
Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina, the coast trail of England in the UK and the Svaneti area in Georgia are also among the 25 destinations that National Geographic has chosen to spark the appetite of travel enthusiasts in 2021..
The National Geographic « Best of the World » list groups distinct destinations into five categories: adventure, culture and history, nature, family, and sustainability.. The full list of destinations is available on the American magazine website. RGA
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