It’s never too early to think about next year’s big trip. But where should you go? Well, venerable mag National Geographic has revealed its ‘World’s Best’ list for 2023, offering some advice on which travel experiences should be on your radar over the next 12 months or so.
This year’s Nat Geo list is divided into five categories, each with five experiences. Here’s the low down.
- Take a sustainable tour led by women in the Dodecanese Islands in Greece
- Spend a long weekend in the Great Lakes MilwaukeeUSA
- Try the indigenous outfitters Albertacanada
- Get on a new high-speed train Laos.
- Explore black heritage in win.
- Explore the biodiversity of Botswana.
- Savage witness no Scottish Highlands.
- Take a gastronomic bike ride Slovenia.
- Visit Big Bend National Park TexasUSA
- Participate in sustainability programs no Azores.
- Head over to Egypt to visit the new Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
- Watch movies and drink craft beers Busansouth korea
- Make a pilgrimage to the Appian Way in Italy
- Visit the International African American Museum in CharlestonUSA
- See the stone statues of the Longmen Grottoes Hunanchina
- Take a trip on the Alpine train switzerland.
- Help conserve turtle populations Trinidad and Tobago.
- Head over to San FranciscoUSA, for bonfires with city views and urban hiking trails.
- Bird watching colombia.
- Visit the football stadiums ManchesterUNITED KINGDOM
- Hike to an isolated Peruvian Inca site I would shock him.
- It’s finally back to the outdoor paradise that it is new zealand.
- Venture into the less visited bits of UtahUSA
- leave AustriaBergsteigerdörfer cross-country mountaineering village network.
- Swim among sharks and manta rays in Revillagigedo National Park in Mexico.
OK, maybe not everything is up your alley, but there’s an undeniably spectacular array of things. You can read more on the official National Geographic page here, and receive a year of life-changing travel experiences.
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