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Sport "Best in Travel 2021": This is what awaits us in the next travel year

11:40  24 november  2020
11:40  24 november  2020 Source:   de.motor1.com

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This year we ’re championing the people and places that reinforce our belief that travel is a force for good . As our world came to a full stop this year , we looked in the mirror to reflect on how we can best empower our readers to travel responsibly and become agents of positive change.

We 're obviously aware of and deeply concerned about the global pandemic, and are choosing Our in - the -know travel pros have done their annual picks of the top 10 countries, cities, regions and best value Your dream vacation awaits . Are you ready to cross these best places off your list next year ?

Der Reiseverlag Lonley Planet hat in diesem Jahr den Fokus auf Vielfalt, Gesellschaft und Nachhaltigkeit gelegt. © Zephyr_p The travel publisher Lonley Planet has focused this year on diversity, society and sustainability.

The travel world in 2020 was pretty small. It was difficult to identify trends and particularly interesting places. The travel publisher Lonley Planet has now set different priorities for its annual "Best of Travel" ranking ( "Best of Travel 2020" ): diversity, society and sustainability.

Sustainable through Göteborg

A sense of responsibility is a big issue, as General Manager Luis Cabrera makes clear: "Traveling in 2021 and beyond will be more considerate than ever before." This is where the travel publisher caught the eye of Gothenburg in Sweden. According to the Global Destination Sustainability Index, 95 percent of the hotels there are green certified. The city can also score points for local public transport, which is kept running by renewable energy. Foodies should give Greece a try, as Lonley Planet judges: "With its organic markets and island fishing, the country is inadvertently one of the most sustainable places in the world to eat."

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Given that we ’re on the verge of not just a new year but a new decade, this is the time to go big—and travel far—in 2020. To help fuel your wanderlust, we tapped into a handful of travel experts and influencers to find out the places that they have on their radars for Want to see where to go in 2021 ?

Helping hands in Australia

If you prefer to lace up your hiking boots, you should look to Ethiopia. Locals offer tours there, the income from which also benefits society. Guides lead through pastureland and high up into the cloud-shrouded Simien massif. With a bit of luck you will see the rare blood breast baboon. The fauna in Australia has also suffered a lot over the past year. The devastating bushfires burned around 27 million hectares of bush, forest and green spaces, causing thousands of koalas to lose 80% of their natural habitat in the bush. On special tours, vacationers can actively help with reforestation.

Experience hospitality in Jordan

Lonely Planet also selected a number of projects in the diversity category. Jordan's capital, Amman, is characterized by extraordinary hospitality. A detour to Al Balad city center is particularly worthwhile. Art lovers will get their money's worth in the Weibdeh and Jabal Amman districts, with one art gallery following the next. El Hierro also promises a special break. The island is located in the Atlantic off the west coast of Africa and is the second smallest and often overlooked Canary Island. Loney Planet's verdict: "Younger visitors in particular will love snorkeling, kayaking and encountering El Hierro's endangered giant lizard."

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