Top tourist destinations for 2022 according to Lonely Planet guide tourism and travel

Top tourist destinations for 2022 according to Lonely Planet guide  tourism and travel

Lonely Planet Tour Guide has launched its traditional yearbook of the best destinations with travel tips for 2022 and hopes that the pandemic situation will allow tourism to reopen.

Best in Travel is divided between countries, regions and cities, providing a range of breathtaking experiences to inspire and excite, according to the Lonely Planet team.

“Of course we are living in a complex landscape for travel,” says the guide.

“As the global pandemic continues to impact the world, we are striving to balance travel and safety, and are mindful of our infinite desire to travel. Thus, our 2022 list is for the future. This is as much a wish list as it is. A list of places to visit right now.”

Check out the full list below Led by the Cook Islands (in the category of countries), Icelandic Westfjords (in the category of regions) and Auckland (in the category of cities) of New Zealand,

Last year, at the peak of the pandemic and amid restrictions on travel, Lonely Planet held its 2021 edition in celebration of sustainable and local travel. And before that, in the 2020 edition, Amazon Forest entered the top 10 of the main regions.

Best destinations for 2022 according to Best in Travel

– Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand’s most populous city has a vibrant urban life, but also easy access to beaches and nature reserves. “It is no surprise that Auckland is consistently cited as one of the best cities in the world for quality of life,” says the guide.

– Atlanta, United States

– Gyeongju, South Korea

– Westfjords (Western Fjords), IcelandAccording to Lonely Planet, an area visited by only 10% of Icelandic tourists, the Western Fjords is the place where “the dramatic Icelandic landscapes reach their climax and where mass tourism disappears”. The mountainous region has beaches, fjords and waterfalls.

– West Virginia, United States

– Kent Coast, UK

– Puerto Rico, United States

– Atacama Desert, Chile

– Vancouver Island, Canada

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