If someone were to ask you, ‘What are the best destinations for a luxury vacation in 2020?’, what would your response be? While London, Paris, LA, Tokyo, and lots of other major cities might come to mind, we have some that just might surprise you. Let’s take a look:
The Best Luxury AdventureTravel Destinations In 2020
Japan- travel experts recommend exploring some of Japan’s slightly less-well-known destinations including Mount Fuji and Lake Yamanaka, Lake Kawaguchi, or Kyoto. Each has its own unique draws that make them some of the best luxury travel destinations in 2020.
Hungary- biking through Hungary is both adventurous and exhilarating at the same time. The National Blue Trail runs from the western border with Austria to the northeastern village of Hollóháza near Slovakia, and it is part of Europe’s first long-distance trail, which begins in Spain and ends in Cyprus.
Wales-Wales has become the adventure travel epicenter in the UK. You can hike Mount Snowdon, surf at Adventure Parc Snowdonia, or try “coasteering” (a new adventure sport that combines rock climbing, cliff jumping, snorkeling, and more) on the Pembrokeshire coast. Whatever you choose, a members club London such as The Club London can make your holiday that much more interesting and luxurious.
Tasmania-Australia’s southernmost state of Tasmania is also one of the country’s fastest-growing tourist destinations. Tasmaniais remote, sparsely populated, and the perfect destination for those who want to get away from it all.
Mendoza Province, Argentina-Argentina’s Mendoza province has bothsnow-capped mountains and the world’s best Malbec, making it the perfect travel destination for wine aficionados. The region’s other varietals include Torrontés, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot.Anexperience club is the best way to explore Argentina’s Mendoza province on your next holiday.
Parma, Italy-Parma is one of Italy’s most unique and beautiful northern cities and it has been named the Italian Capital of Culture for 2020. Be sure to visit the Palazzo della Pilotta, an unfinished 16th-century complex home to the city’s art museum, Galleria Nazionale.
Botswana-Botswana’s Makgadikgadi salt pans are the remains of an ancient lake and filled with fossils and Stone Age artifacts.During the winter season, you can ride quad bikes to the Lost Island of the Boababs, or camp under the stars, while the summer months offer a chance to see migrating zebras and flamingos, meerkats, and brown hyena.
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To learn more about some of the world’s most luxurious travel destinations and how aLondon members society can make your travel experience better, contact The Club London today and learn about the benefits of a private club.
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