As we say hello to the New Year as well as a whole new decade, it is time for us to set some new goals. There are plenty of people setting all kinds of New Year’s resolutions, but we are here to tell you this, there is no better resolution than deciding to dedicate 2020 to travel! Whether you are lucky enough to allocate yourself a lot of time for adventures this year or if you are looking for inspiration on where your summer holiday should be, here’s all you need to know about the top two hottest places to travel to this year.
Bhutan, South Asia
Said to be a once in a lifetime travel destination, the Kingdom of Bhutan can be found in South Asia. Amazingly, people have only been allowed the visit the country since the early ‘70s. As more and more people become connected to their mind and spirit, Bhutan is a place where one can easily find solace and escape from the sometimes-wild modern world. A travel company’s MD, Mr. Lewis said, “Bhutan is a destination that offers a sense of escapism, is spiritually engaging, and physically rewarding. It is truly a place to reflect and find peace. Along with the many new developments of hotels you will also find additional infrastructure such as paved roads and hydropower development making your travels easier than ever before.” Excuse us while we just book our one-way flights to Bhutan. With a mixture of all-inclusive fancy hotels as well as a range of hostels, everyone can enjoy this new hot spot. Better to go now before this place catches on!
Sadly, Rwanda has suffered a terrible past, but this East African country and its people have worked tirelessly to ensure people of the world can visit and see Rwanda for all of its beauty. A destination booming in unique wildlife and stunning vegetation, this is the place to visit if you are looking to immerse yourself in nature. Opening its forth national park this coming year, visitors can witness epic mountain gorillas in their natural surroundings. If you are looking for an eye opening safari and a little bit of luxury, look no further than Rwanda.