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Saturday, December 07, 2019

Top Adventure Destinations for 2020 [according to National Geographic] VIDEO

THE WORLD AWAITS. Where will you go next? Where will you be expanding your horizons in 2020?

National Geographic has just released its Best Trips list, highlighting 25 destinations it recommends for "transformative travels" in 2020. Best Trips is National Geographic's annual list of where to go, what to know and how to see the world in the year ahead.

The picks are divided into four categories: Culture, City, Nature and Adventure.
Top adventure picks for 2020

- Tasmania, Australia
- Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria
- Wales Way, UK
- Tohoku, Japan
- Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia
- Zakouma National Park, Chad

For a little country, Wales packs quite a punch. It has an abundance of castles, gorgeous windswept beaches and some very impressive mountains.
And now to capitalize on this, the tourism board has launched The Wales Way, a family of three touring routes that takes in all this mighty UK destination has to offer.
Elsewhere, the National Geographic list highlights the lesser-visited regions of Tohoku in Japan and Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia, home to lots of pristine snow and not very many people.

Tohoku, Japan
Why go now: Escape the Olympic crowds naturally

Wales Way, United Kingdom
Why go now: Follow far-reaching routes that get the blood pumping

Zakouma National Park, Chad
Why go now: Support an African elephant haven

Tasmania, Australia
Why go now: Venture to an epic isle that’s wild and beautiful, faraway yet familiar

Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia
Why go now: Jump through the Ring of Fire

Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria
Why go now: Drive to views once accessible only to mountaineers

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