Given that we're just about started a new decade, this is the time to go big and travel far in 2020!
To help fuel your wanderlust, we tapped into 2020's best adventure travel destinations - ranging from epic Nepal to the Rainbow Nation of South Africa, dreamy Morocco, and more - you are definitely going to want to put these spots on your travel wish list, too.
Here's the thing: no matter where you decide to travel - near or far - the most important thing is to get out, explore, and discover.
As the writer, Hans Christian Andersen once said, "To travel is to live."
Where will 2020 take you?
The Government of Nepal is putting emphasis on encouraging travellers to visit Nepal in 2020, promoting it around the world as a destination for adventure, luxury, and everything in between.
Nepal is rich in terms of both natural and cultural assets, and with 8 out of 10 highest mountains around the world including Mt Everest lies in Nepal, it sure is the ultimate destination for trekking junkies.
Although, Nepal is the dream adventure country not only for trekkers but for each traveller around the world - the high Himalayas, green forest, beautiful lakes, and varieties of culture, wildlife, and white rivers are always welcoming to those who visit Nepal.
Want to trek through Nepal? Here are some options for our Nepal tours.
The natural beauty, rich history and modern-day elegance of South Africa make it an exciting travelling destination for 2020.
Visit the lush Cape Winelands and its iconic Dutch settlements, including Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, explore Cape Town and the seaside city's many attractions - Including Table Mountain and Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve - or better yet, go on an overland safari adventure and experience some of the grandest wildlife.
Book your South Africa tour today.
Croatia is known for its richly historic and evocative cities, exceptional food and wine, and heavenly sailing waters - it had become insanely popular in recent years thanks to the fact they shot several scenes of the famous TV series called Game of Thrones.
In Croatia, you will discover the roam the mazes of century-old cobbled streets, discover UNESCO Croatia sites as you go, and spend a day or even weeks mesmerized by the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea as you sail its many islands.
Alternatively, go on an adventure such as a hike, or cycle, or raft in one of the 8 national parks - and, that's just for starters.
Creating a to-do list for Croatia is simply never-ending but give it a try when you have a look at our Balkans tours.
One of the reasons Morocco is a good place to visit is its varied geography - Morocco doesn't just have paradise beaches and sweeping desert, it also has mountains.
There are plenty of hiking and trekking opportunities in the mountains, which you can do with an organized tour or on your own, and for the adventurous and fit travellers, try hiking Mount Toubkal - the highest mountain in Northern Africa.
The mountains are full of local villages, like Imlil in the Atlas Mountains and Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains, which are pleasant, serene places to stay. These towns are great starting points for hikes and treks.
If hiking isn't up your ally then the experience of visiting Berber Villages, or communities of the indigenous people of Northern Africa is perfect if you want to immerse yourself in the Moroccan culture - listen to their Berber language and learn about their way of life.
Take a look at our Moroccan tours here.
Lebanon - a small Mediterranean country, but its size doesn't reflect the depth of its history.
An absolutely enchanted corner of the Mediterranean, there are many reasons why you should travel to Lebanon - the food is legendary and its stormy past, too. There are countless things to do in Lebanon, many places to visit, people to meet and stories to tell.
If you decide to travel to Lebanon, you should know that it isn't only a Mediterranean country full of dreamy beaches, but also has some of the most beautiful mountains in the entire Middle East.
Mount Lebanon is the most remarkable mountain range, Qurnat as Sawda being the highest peak, at 3,088 meters above sea level.
Discover this Gem and book one of our Lebanon tours here.
A small country that's big on hospitality, ancient history and culture, and numerous Unesco World Heritage sites - Jordan offers endless opportunities for adventure.
Here you will have the chance to explore cities, breathtaking landscapes, and an array of wonders leftover from the ancient world.
Whether you're looking for an adrenaline-inducing thrill ride or a physically challenging excursion to remote places, you'll find plenty to love in this country - simply have a look at what Jordan tours we have to offer here.
Travelling to Egypt means leaving the modern world behind and travelling back to the time of the ancient civilisation.
With every temple, pyramid and museum you will get a glimpse into a time of Pharaohs, myths and legends - Egypt's history span back more than 5,000 years and history is still being uncovered today.
Egypt is home to incredible culture, delicious food, mesmerising sights and history that still fascinates historians today. Janet Erskine Stuart describes this historic country fittingly, "Egypt is full of dreams, mysteries, memories."
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India is an exceptionally beautiful and architecturally diverse country filled with forts, palaces, mosques, temples, monuments, and ancient ruins.
India's landscapes are as fantastically varied as its cultural traditions - from the snow-dusted peaks of the Himalaya to the sun-splashed beaches of the tropical south, the country has a bounty of outdoor attractions.
You can scout for big jungle cats on scenic wildlife safaris, paddle in the shimmering waters of coastal retreats, take treks high in the mountains, or simply inhale pine-scented air on meditative forest walks.
Among all these natural treasures is a wealth of architectural gems, from serene temples rising out of pancake-flat plains to crumbling forts peering over plunging ravines.
Experience this beautiful country for yourself - have a look at our India tours.
Turkey is home to fairy chimneys and hot air balloons, Roman history and kebabs, a world wonder and 16 UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Turkey's diverse landscapes, from Aegean olive groves to eastern steppe, provide a lyrical setting for its many great ruins.
The country's most magical scenery is to be found in Asian Anatolia, where beautiful vistas are provided by the vertiginous Mediterranean coastline, Cappadocia's otherworldly 'fairy chimney' rock formations and wavy valleys, the alpine pastures of the Kaçkar Mountains, and golden beaches such as 18km-long Patara.
Whether you settle down with a Turkish traditional tea to enjoy the view across mountain-ringed Lake Eğirdir or explore the hilly hinterland on the southwest coast's many peninsulas, Turkey's landscape will leave a lasting impression.
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Often called the Manhattan of the Indian Ocean, and with more than a thousand splendid islands and the 26 coral atolls brimming with marine life, a dive into the unfathomable sea or sprawling across the sun-lounger on the powdery sand, are just a few of the many reasons to visit the Maldives.
From countless water sport activities to choose from, diving into the coral reefs, swimming with the sharks, or simply relishing in the local cuisine, the amount of adventure the Maldives has to offer is endless - don't believe us? Have a look at our Maldives tours.
This is our signature Jordan small-group tour, mixing the classic sites of Jerash and Petra with easy forest and canyon walks, a Wadi Rum jeep safari and Bedouin experience, a Dead Sea swim, ruined Desert Castles, and much more.
This exciting tour gives you a fantastic insight into the history and cultures of the Moroccan desert regions. The tour will take in Marrakech and travel through beautiful scenery in the Atlas Mountains and Sahara Desert.
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South Africa in January is often believed to be the peak season of the summer. The activities and the places to visit aren’t short on excitement, so there’s absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t plan your trip at the start of the year in this dazzling country.
The Cape Winelands offers a myriad of attractions to suit a wide range of individual interests. Situated just 40km east of the city of Cape Town, the Cape Winelands lies shadowed by a mountain range which creates an unforgettable backdrop for the myriad of wineries scattered throughout the region. The sunny blue skies, lush vineyards, world-class wineries, restaurants, art galleries, historic towns and Cape Dutch farmsteads make this region seem as though it is from a fairytale. There is no shortage of things to do in this magnificent area, so we’ve created a handy guide to help you put together your itinerary for visiting the Cape Winelands:
Have you ever wanted to travel to a country with breath-taking beaches, pristine desert landscapes, noble historic sites, scenic cities and mouth-watering food? Then be prepared to add Israel to your bucket list.
Croatia’s stunning natural beauty, fascinating historical sights and delicious food has made the country a firm favourite amongst travel enthusiasts. Whilst you can enjoy a trip to Croatia all year round, it is important to know which season best suits your own travel interests and goals.