Lonely Planet has announced its Best in Travel 2020 list.
It named the best locations to travel to next year, paying particular attention to the best sustainable travel experiences to ensure travelers have a positive impact.
Among its top 10 countries to visit were England, Costa Rica, Liberia and Bhutan.
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It’s never too early to start planning your next vacation.
Lonely Planet unveiled its top destinations for 2020 in its annual Best in Travel collection — and the variety of locations means there’s something for every type of traveler.
In this year’s edition, Lonely Planet paid particular attention to the best sustainable travel experiences, in the hope that travelers will have a positive impact wherever they venture.
Scroll down to see Lonely Planet’s top 10 countries to travel to in 2020.
Tenth on the list of must-see countries in 2020 is Uruguay.
The country, which Lonely Planet called “progressive, stable, safe and culturally sophisticated,” provides innumerable special experiences for visitors, from the eclectic, historic streets of Montevideo to welcoming hot springs and laid-back beach towns.
“After two centuries living in the shadow of its neighbors, South America’s smallest country is finally getting a little well-deserved recognition,” according to Lonely Planet.
Escape to Morocco and you’ll find a country of “dizzying diversity.”
From exploring ancient cities, taking days-long camel treks to the Erg Chigaga sand dunes, and hiking to see panoramic views in the High Atlas Mountains — travelers will be spoiled with endless options for adventure.
“Morocco has a hundred faces and sounds, all ready to welcome the traveller looking for spice and adventure,” Lonely Planet’s website reads.
In Liberia, travelers will find Sapo National Park, one of West Africa’s best national parks. The protected tropical rainforests are home to wildlife including tropical birds, chimpanzees, forest elephants, …read more
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