By now, you’ll have welcomed in the new year and the new decade with open arms. You’ll have written resolutions down, sent out your positive affirmations to the universe, and be feeling thankful that January is finally drawing to a close. If one of your aspirations is to see more of the world, you may have found yourself wondering, where should I go travelling this year? Well fear not, we’ve put together a guide of the best places to visit in 2020. Oh, and we’re also giving you advice on the perfect travelling outfits, so you can kick off the roaring twenties in style.
BEST PLACES TO VISIT | 2020 TRAVEL GUIDE
# 1 For Sustainable Travel – Bhutan, Himalayas
Bhutan, situated on the Himalayas eastern edge is a Buddhist Kingdom known for it’s breathtaking landscapes and historic culture. Filled with monasteries, fortresses and home to Jomolhari, a famously challenging mountain in the Himalayas to explore. Bhutan is also one of a selection of low-impact tourism destinations in Asia. If focusing on sustainable travelling is high up on your agenda, Bhutan is number one on the best places to visit. Low impact tourism is all about sustainable travel and leisure activities that directly benefit local communities. Respecting wildlife, local people and their cultures and trying to ensure that you’re minimising the negative impact on the environment as much as possible.
#2 For a City Break – Salzburg, Austria
For your city break this year, hop across to Austria’s Salzburg. For beautiful mountain ranges and impressive architecture, Salzburg boasts stunning medieval and baroque buildings. 2020 is a particularly exciting time for the city as it celebrates it’s 100th anniversary of the Salzburg Festival. A celebration of the arts, you can expect entertainment from some of the most talented opera singers, actors and orchestra’s in the world, including Tosca and Don Giovanni.
#3 Best Value Holiday Destination – East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
Not only the destination of 2020 for value, but also beating the crowds, Indonesia’s East Nusa Tenggara is a little slice of paradise. With it’s picturesque beaches as well as being a hot spot for keen divers looking to spy on some tropical fish, this year we’re suggesting a swap of the over-crowded island of Bali, for the serenity of this Indonesian beauty