Lonely Planet ranks final travel locations in new listing
(CNN) – Most of us are forced to reconsider our travel plans after Covid-19, but if you are calming your vacation in depth for future events, Lonely Planet’s “Ultimate Travel List” may be what you want.
This new series, compiled by a team of Lonely Planet experts, is a must-see and must-see, from wildlife on the Galapagos Islands to admiring the beautiful waterfalls of Iguazú Falls between Argentina and Brazil, to the beautiful Yellowstone landscapes National Park.
The team reviewed Lonely Planet’s manuals and reviewed any commitments along the way.
“Travel options are limited at the moment, but this list aims to inspire 2021 and beyond as travel begins again,” Tom Hall, vice president of Lonely Planet, told CNN Travel.
“This is aimed at something that drives the bucket list of people, not just now, but also in the future.”
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10. Annapurna Dera, Nepal
A trip to the Annapurna region is an unforgettable trip.
Jaw-dropping tours are essential for hikers, hikers and pedestrians. Through the Annapurna Region of Nepal, you will cross the rice fields, the western regions and the snow-covered Thorung La.
The side effects are very high, including the spectacular Lake Tilicho, which only increases the interest of those looking for fun. According to Lonely Planet, the Annapurna Circuit is “anything to go by.”
9. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Visiting Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt mansion, is like walking on clouds. When it rains, the water in the lake becomes salty like glass, turning the lake into a crystal clear sky.
Salar de Uyuni is also very dry when it is dry, and the surface is cracked with its shape. Also, when dry, you can visit two water islands, Isla Incahuasi and Isla del Pescado.
8. Angkor temples, Cambodia
Buddhist monks enter the Bayon temple in Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
Around Angkor, one group of beautiful temples surrounded by forests, comes number eight on the Lonely Planet list. A tourist attraction in Cambodia, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a great place to visit.
Angkor Wat, the most famous mansion in Angkor, was erected as a representation of Mount Meru, the home of Hindu deities, and Lonely Planet calls Angkor a “wise monument to humanity.”
7. waterfalls of Iguazú, Argentina-Brazil
Río Iguazú Falls is a unique waterfall located between Argentina and Brazil. Seeing the water fall on its side is an amazing experience – in part because of its size: Iguazú is made up of 275 waterfalls and the tallest, the Devil’s Neck, is 80 feet[80 m]high.
It is the Iguazú drama, as well as its beauty, which gives them a place on the list: “The fall of the falling water is a powerful reminder of the power and beauty of nature,” says Lonely Planet.
6. Bled Lake, Slovenia
The impressive Bled Sea is number six on the Lonely Planet list.
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The spectacular Lake Bled is home to a clean, pristine lake, nestled on a green island and surrounded by blue water, protected by the Julian Alps Mountains.
During the day, pilgrims go to church to worship and later to the 19th-century royal rest today. Visitors enjoy hiking and cycling around the lake – while those who wish to test the water can choose to board a boat called the pletna – a Slovenian gondola.
5. Yellowstone Forest, USA
Ponng! Come on! Poowee! When you smell it, Yellowstone is not easily forgotten, but the US National Park is also the largest place in the world, dancing to the sounds and bubbles.
A visit to the park, home to more than 500 geys plus a faithful old man, is a marvel. The park is also home to wildlife including large sheep, fish, bears and wolves.
The Grand Prismatic is another must see Yellowstone attraction – the hottest spring in the US, with a bright rainbow of many colors.
4. Okavango Delta, Botswana
Every year as the Okavango River overflows its banks, it turns into a barren wasteland.
Every year the Okavango River overflows its banks in the mountains of Angola, transforming this amazing desert into a paradise.
The Okavango Delta is home to wildlife sanctuaries – home to all the majestic elephants and beautiful reptiles – and one of the most beautiful parks in Africa.
Visitors to the Okavango Delta can navigate its rivers by steamer and modern canoe. Lonely Planet sees it as a great destination for travelers looking to be one with nature.
3. Ululu-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia
Visiting the monolith sandstone monolith – an Australian attraction – is an unforgettable experience. A brilliant and brilliant bronze color at sunset, Uluru is considered sacred by the early natives, the Anangu people, who believe that the spirits of their ancestors still reside there.
Visit Uluru to walk around the rock, and learn about its history and customs.
2. The Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
Wildlife is one of the main attractions on the Galapagos Islands.
A dream of nature and a paradise for travelers, the Galápagos is home to some of the world’s most beautiful creatures, including beautiful iguanas, ancient turtles, swim penguins and fun seals.
Volcanic eruptions, blue water and eco-systems are some of the reasons the site is second only to Lonely Planet.
1. Petra, Jordan
While the ancient city of Petra is one of the world’s most famous archaeological sites, for University professor Sami Alhasanat, and home
The once-abandoned “lost city”, forgotten by Europeans for 1,000 years, Petra is the perfect place for those who go on a trip that doesn’t exist. The Nabataeans lived in Petra from the fourth century BCE until the first century CE, and this sandy city is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tom Hall’s Lonely Planet calls the space “a mysterious and fascinating place.”