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The 10 destinations you must visit in 2020



The Wales Way is made up of three national routes which take travelers across Wales. Alan Novelli / Alamy Stock Photo
National Geographic has just published its list of 25 must-see destinations for 2020. This list presents places from around the world and is part of the magazine's efforts to promote more sustainable tourism.
Their choices take into account a number of factors, including cultural engagement, diversity, value, accessibility, and community benefits. Divided into four categories, the list offers suggestions for travelers with an emphasis on culture, city life, nature or adventure.
Zakouma National Park, Chad
This park is located south of the Sahara Desert, and is known for its lively wildlife. After taking drastic measures to prevent poaching of elephants, only 24 elephants have been hunted illegally in the park in the past 10 years. The region's elephant population has increased for the first time in years.
There are also antelopes, hartebeest, giraffes, buffaloes and rhinos.
Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia
Located in eastern Russia, the Kamchatka peninsula consists of two mountain ranges, with 127 volcanoes, of which 22 are still active. There are also geysers, hot springs and many rivers and swamps. The region is known for its harsh winters and cool, wet summers. It is inhabited by the indigenous Korak, Chukchi and Kamchadale populations.

Tohoku region, Japan
The Tohoku region of Japan is known for its mountains, hot springs and lakes, but also for its very cold winters. It is located less than three hours by train from Tokyo, which will host the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Wales Way, United Kingdom
The Wales Way is made up of three national routes that take travelers across the country, each route providing a unique experience. The North Wales Way follows the old trade route along North Wales, while the Cambrian Way winds through mountainous regions. Finally, the Coastal Way goes up the west coast of Wales, around Cardigan Bay and several seaside towns.
Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria
Located between alpine meadows and meadows, the high alpine road (named after the country's highest peak, the Grossglockner, over 3,650 meters high) offers a beautiful walk through the Austrian Alps.
Tasmania, Australia
The island of Tasmania, currently one of Australia's hottest travel destinations, is rich in history and culture. There are beautiful beaches along the coast and mountains, driving a few hours inland. Hobart, its capital, is known for its lively art scene with the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), which combines art and architecture. The museum also has a vineyard and a Michelin-starred restaurant.
Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA
It is one of the most famous parks in the United States: the Grand Canyon offers a magnificent spectacle of eroded rocks, and all the beautiful colors that accompany them.
Maldives
Located in the Indian Ocean, this magnificent island offers white sandy beaches and has a rich heritage that combines Indian, Sri Lankan, Arab and North African culture. The State has also been a pioneer in the fight against climate change since 1987.
Blue trail, Hungary
This popular hiking destination attracts adventurers from all over the world. She became famous after shooting a documentary on the trail in 1979.
Kalahari Desert, Southern Africa
This desert extends over Botswana, Namibia and South Africa. There are over 400 different species of plants, and it is the birthplace of lions, leopards, cheetahs, oryx gazelles, meerkats, and more. It is also home to the largest antelope in Africa, the Cape eland.


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