Not so long ago 2020 sounded like something out of a science-fiction movie, now it is less than 6 months away! If you’ve found yourself wondering where 2020 will take you, quite literally, then you’re in the right place.
Day by day, the world becomes a smaller place. Exotic destinations you once only dreamed about are now all within reach. Our hunger to explore the next unspoiled destination grows by the day. Whether you’re looking to escape the colder months, planning a once-in-a-lifetime trip or craving a unique adventure, Tripfuser has you covered.
Not only are we about to deliver the top destinations to travel to in 2020 but with Tripfuser, you can take the hassle out of planning an incredible trip. You can work directly with a local in any destination you wish to travel to, to create the perfect custom adventure filled with cultural experiences and hidden treasures all put together by someone who knows the country like the back of their hand.
Where to go in 2020? Read on.
Entering Yucatan is like opening a chest full of endless treasures. Delivering ancient Maya ruins, azure blue seas and pretty colonial cities in one fell swoop are impressive and the Yucatan Peninsula does just that!
From exploring historical sights like Ek Balam and Chichen Itza which shaped the country’s culture to diving into the rich blue waters of hidden cenotes and observing the diverse wildlife of the Rio Lagartos. The Yucatan Peninsula serves up a plate of staggeringly beautiful landscapes with a hefty side of incredible wildlife, Caribbean beaches, cultural treasures and several millennia of history.
Discover the Yucatan Peninsula and spend your days meeting locals from indigenous villages, wandering the narrow streets of colourful colonial cities and exploring marvellous ecological reserves and geological idiosyncrasies.
When Filipinos, people who live in a country of 7,641 tropical islands and countless beaches, consider a place to be the epitome of tropical paradise, you know it must be something special.
Palawan is exotic, even for Filipinos. Its geography and richness of flora and fauna are exceptional in a country that already has its fair share of amazing natural beauty. Nowhere else in the country can you float down a river flowing through an eight-kilometre tunnel of karst, or kayak amidst towering islands of sheer limestone walls that rise out of the sea.
Visit El Nido and Coron and spend your days island-hopping the best spots with lakes, lagoons and white beaches with clear blue waters which are perfect for snorkelling and reef wreck diving. Palawan’s beaches will make you wonder why you ever bothered with anything less perfect.
The High Atlas Mountains are home to dramatic scenery on a grand scale, with Toubkal, the highest peak standing at 4,167 metres. Only an hour’s drive south of Marrakesh, you enter their foothills with extensive orchards of oranges and olives flanking the trails.
High peaks and deep, water cut valleys abound, these mountains are home to the Berbers who live in this beautiful but challenging landscape, from metres of snow in winter to the unforgiving sun in the summer.
Explore the High Atlas Mountains and immerse yourself in Berber culture: hike to Bedouin villages and pass through farmlands, visit traditional potters and sip tea with the locals. Here, you’ll witness everyday life for the mountain and desert people while seeing the real Morocco, its landscapes and its cultures.
The most popular place to observe the incredible phenomenon of the Northern Lights, Tromsø is a major city in the Arctic Circle where nature and culture are combined. If you catch it at the right time, you’ll see the skies above the town come alive with the Northern Lights.
As well as catching the show at night, Tromsø is full of a range of other activities; see traces of medieval settlement, explore the vibrant marketplace and fisherman monument. Hear tales of explorers, sealers and polar bear hunters on a trip through the Polar Museum then visit the world’s northernmost cathedrals, in Tromsø’s historic quarter. It isn’t a trip to Tromsø without visiting its most authentic pub, with dozens of Norwegian microbrews on tap at this old-school polar hangout.
Hailed as the ‘New Tuscany’, Puglia is a region which proudly exhibits the rustic tranquillity of the Italian countryside. The remote sun-blushed heel of Italy’s boot, it is known for its whitewashed towns, Baroque architecture and stunning Meditteranean coastline. Puglia’s rolling hills are stiched with olive groves and endless vineyards punctuated by fairytale towns.
Boasting 300 days of sunshine, a trip to Puglia to experience its perpetual summer and languid way of life is a no brainer. Despite centuries of inhabitation delivering immense cultural richness, stunning medieval towns and slow food to die for, Puglia remains one of Italy’s least explored regions. But as word spreads of its charms, it won’t stay like this for long.