Lonely Planet ranks final journey locations in new checklist | Journey
Many of us have been forced to rethink our travel plans after COVID-19, but if you have to calm your canceled vacation blues by dreaming about future adventures, Lonely Planet’s new “Ultimate Travel List” might be just what you need .
Lonely Planet has just published the second edition of its popular coffee table book “Ultimate Travel List”, one of the 500 most important travel experiences in the world.
The new list, compiled by Lonely Planet’s team of experts, reveals what has to be seen and seen, from watching wildlife in the Galapagos Islands to admiring the spectacular Iguazú Falls that stretches across Argentina and Brazil, to hiking through the geothermal landscapes of Yellowstone National Park.
The team searched the Lonely Planet travel guides and also checked each travel destination’s commitment to sustainability.
“Travel options are clearly limited right now, but the list is set to inspire through 2021 and beyond when travel recovers,” Tom Hall, vice president of experience at Lonely Planet, told CNN Travel.
“This is supposed to be something that really drives people’s bucket list not only for the moment but also for the future.”