Top 10 places in the world to visit in 2022

 Thursday, January 27, 2022 


Many travellers are opting for trips that allow them to soak in fresh air away from the crowds, while also staying active and on their feet a far cry from their homes and computer screens that have become the norm as careers and home life blur in this new world dominated by remote work.


Right from the Apennines to the Adriatic Sea, Italy has long been one of the most coveted tourist destinations for wanderlust souls. For a profound sightseeing experience, spend two weeks touring Naples, Sorrento, the Amalfi Coast, Rome, Umbria, Tuscany, Cinque Terre, Florence and Venice.


If your goal for 2022 is to soak up the unspoilt beauty of wildlife, return to Kenya. Highlights of Kenya tour include exploring Jordan- one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited cities, the capital city of Amman, Dead Sea which is one of the lowest spots on Earth and several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Retiring inside a real Bedouin tent and sipping tea will leave you renewed and refreshed for the entire day.


Bali is a great place to recharge, relax and renew. Hit the beaches first, travel north to some of the less touristy parts of the island, hike up to Mount Batur and of course cycle through the incredibly calming and linear rice paddies in Ubud. Bali is exercise for the body and mind, and will leave you recharged and ready for whatever 2022 throws your way.


The snow-fed state famous for its staggering peaks, pristine wasteland, massive national parks and colourful locals, make for a dynamic destination with no passport required. Alaska is all set to see myriad new offerings and events. Fur Rendezvous, Alaska’s oldest and largest winter festival will start from Feb. 25 till March 6.  The highlights of the events include Running of the Reindeer and Outhouse Races.

Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest tour include the tactile treat of shucking oysters, visit to Crater Lake National Park to see the deepest lake in the U.S. and a stop at Muir Woods National Monument to hang out with the tallest living things in the world.


Very few places in the world capture both old-world charm and elegant modernity like Hungary’s capital city, Budapest. Surrounded by 22 wine regions, Budapest is a city for oenophiles. Enjoy a glass of Kékfrankos or Kadarka in the Castle District’s newly opened wine bar, Takler Borbár Buda, founded by one of the country’s renowned winemaking families. Don’t leave the city without visiting Marlou, a biodynamic wine bar near the Hungarian State Opera, and Portobello, an unassuming coffee and natural wine bar around the corner from Matild Palace.


There is so much to discover in Doha, the capital of Qatar from East-West/West-East, a series of four steel monoliths created by sculptor Richard Serra to the Museum of Islamic Art, the massive 560,000-square-foot gallery. Eat comfort food spot at some cosy eatery or sit at a lively corner of a restaurant for authentic Sri Lankan cuisine.

New York

Travellers visiting New Year in 2022 will see the Finger Lakes festival roster return in full force, including Rochester’s Lilac Festival in May and International Jazz Festival in July. There are several attractions for the historically inclined road trippers, like Cayuga County’s celebration of Harriet Tubman’s birth through a number of walking tours and activations.

Galápagos Islands

The world’s largest marine biosphere reserve will expand more than 20,000 square miles next year thanks to a recent presidential decree. On January, travellers can cruise this UNESCO-protected region and explore the exotic marine life of Costa Rica. For a more intimate experience, eco-enthusiasts can sail to lesser-explored islands to spot giant tortoises, sea lions, flightless cormorants, Galápagos penguins, and marine iguanas on a sustainable yacht.


Visit the island’s only surviving plantation house, the beautifully restored Wallblake House, built in 1785, offers a glimpse into Anguilla’s colonial heritage.

Stunning architectural examples from Anguilla’s history such as the Ebenezer’s Methodist Church, Miss Marjorie’s House, The Warden’s Place, Rose Cottage and other graceful buildings stand as testimony to Anguilla’s beautiful past.

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