Feed Your Soul: Must Visit Holiday Destinations For 2020
Leah Walker December 5, 2019

Just as you can never have too many clothes, you can never have too many vacations! Yes, we know you agree. It’s soon going to be 2020 so why not start planning for your first vacation of the year already? It’s never too early to plan a holiday and all the explorers will definitely agree to it.

Do you know the best part? We’ve already curated a list of countries you must travel to in the upcoming year. So, all you have to do is read, pick your favorite, and start with the preparations!

Gilli Air and Lombok, Indonesia

Bali, known to be paradise on Earth was one of the favorite vacation destinations in 2019 for tourists from all across. The amount of traction it gained and the love it attracted by visitors is immeasurable. Thanks to the ravishing beauty of the place.

However, Indonesia has yet another gem and you must not skip it by any chance in 2020. It is the Gilli islands which have fortunately bounced back after the earthquake of 2018. Those longing for perfectly sandy beaches, blood-red sunsets, and the peaceful ocean waters, Gilli Air is your place to go in November. Gaze across the ocean to witness the sacred Gunung Rinjani, Indonesia’s second-largest volcano in Lombok. And, all adventure junkies, don’t miss the spectacular trek to the Segara Anak Crater Lake at the mountain’s summit.

Costa Rica

From its wonderful coffee to epic surfing, Costa Rica is loved by one and all. A little more by environmentalists, though due to its groundbreaking approach to protecting its natural wonders. Did you know that Costa Rica is home to half a million wildlife species which is just another reason for nature enthusiasts to head here. Of course, you can’t afford to miss out on touring Tortuguero National Park located on the Caribbean coast. The best season to plan your trip to Costa Rica is summers and May is an ideal month to experience the greenery in all its glory.

Koh Phra Thong Island, Thailand

Have you ever witnessed huge colonies of Hornbill and Sambar deer swimming in the ocean? Well, you will upon visiting Koh Phra Thong Island in Thailand. Located far away from the hustle and bustle of the busy areas of Thailand, you can find utmost peace and seclusion here. It is a magnificently beautiful island located off the Western coast near Kuraburi and boasts of different varieties of birds, reptiles, and crab-eating monkeys. Those looking for an area that attracts fewer tourists as of now, visit the island soon.

North Macedonia

North Macedonia is the place for you if you’re looking for a break from the travel spots of Europe. You’ll witness mountain trails that are peaceful and tranquil. The place is just perfect if you’re on a path to self-discovery.

Besides, there are national parks worth visiting and these are cultivating some excellent cultural initiatives, according to Lonely Planet. Do visit Ohrid, a charming old town with a touch of historical ruins to its buildings. You can walk down the lanes, head to different churches, and enjoy the view of Lake Ohrid.

Bhutan

Bhutan is no ordinary place. It is the last great Himalayan kingdom, shrouded in magic and mystery, where a traditional Buddhist culture carefully embraces global developments.”

Did you know it is the first-ever nation that is about to become the first fully organic nation? That being said, there are extremely low carbon emissions, farmers are indulging in organic practices. Reason enough to visit it!

Well, let’s not forget about the lush green landscapes, undulating wildlife preserves, and amazing Buddhist monasteries. There is so much for any visitor to explore in this beautiful place.

Now that you have your list for the best travel destinations of 2020, make it a point to abide by it and tick off your checklist, if any. Fill your bags with the essentials from Flying Cross or any other brand of your choice and get ready to feed your soul. Happy holidays!

Leah Walker

Leah has a marketing management company specializing in strategy, content creation and implementation for luxury brands and destinations. She's also a luxury travel and food writer who has as many stories as she does shoes. Leah documents her experiences whether that's in the lap of luxury or riding through a swamp in an airboat. She sometimes freelances and has contributor/editor roles with The Daily Meal, USA Today 10 Best, Bonjour Paris, France Today, Luxe Beat Magazine, Four Seasons Magazine, Forbes Travel Guide, and is a travel and wine ambassador for Atout France USA. Leah's lived in Paris for five years, and was awarded additional time with a Passeport Talent visa. Though, her talent for speaking French is abysmal.

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