Adventurer’s 15: The Best Tourist Destinations to Visit In 2019
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Travelers have especially considered Japan an excellent hot spot as does many other people from around the world. This year, Japan will be hosting the 2019 Rugby World Cup while in 2020 it will host the 2020 Summer Olympics. However, if you are seeking out a calmer and quieter place for exploration you can always skip the popular destinations and visit the treasured castle of Matsumoto and gain some insight into samurai culture, or immerse yourself in the local culture by settling in at a community homestay, Bicycle around the picturesque city of Hagi.
With the introduction of the new e-visa for 51 countries which also included Canada, in 2018, Uzbekistan has witnessed a 72 percent rise in travel and tourism in the past 5 years. This Central Asian nation boasts historical significance, friendly residents, and stunning architecture which has piqued the interest of
Senegal is renowned for its stunning landscapes that have rich historical ties making it a worthy destination for exploration that is rarely explored in Africa. Enjoy a peaceful and relaxing day at its scenic sandy beaches or go about learning a thing or two about the day to day life in a local Wolof village, Senegal is a wondrous African nation that in recent times has emerged as
Food lovers and die-hard explorers would really love Taiwan which has recently been proclaimed by the “The New York Times” to be Asia’s most food-obsessed country. Taiwan’s magnificent natural landscapes, mouthwatering night markets, and bustling metropolises greatly exhibit its vibrant culture. Such unique experiences can be embarked upon with equally ambitious newfound friends seeking to explore this nation which lies just of the typical tourist trail of Asia.
Explore and experience Sri Lanka’s Tamil traditions with lunch in local’s home, or simply go touring the Deft Island to gain some knowledge regarding the Dutch colonial history of Sri Lanka, visiting the remote islands with their small fishing villages and deserted beaches, or sail around the north coast of Sri Lanka. There is a lot you can do besides kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, and stand-up paddle-boarding while in Sri Lanka.