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10 Incredible Travel Destinations to Explore in 2022

Looking for exciting Travel Destinations to explore in 2022?

Well, look no further!

Traveling is always an exciting endeavor, but it’s even more fun if you’re going to an incredible destination that you haven’t visited before.

Here are the top 10 travel destinations you should visit in 2022, whether it’s your first time or your tenth time visiting them.

Top 10 Travel Destinations to Explore

1) Bali, Indonesia

No trip to Indonesia is complete without visiting Bali. The island paradise has it all:

  • picturesque waterfalls,
  • lush rice paddies,
  • scenic hikes and enough surf spots to last a lifetime.

In few years, Bali will be an even more popular tourist destination as it begins construction on its first ever subway system.

While currently reliant on taxi-like motorbikes known as ojeks, Bali’s streets will become much safer and more navigable thanks to a metro system that will have three lines intersecting at central stops, like Ubud’s monkey forest and Kuta Beach.

With these improvements, visitors can enjoy even more of what makes Bali such a special place.

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2) Los Angeles, California

On top of offering superb weather, gorgeous architecture, and a rich array of entertainment, Los Angeles is also home to some of America’s best museums.

Take a break from sightseeing on Hollywood Boulevard and enjoy an afternoon at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art).

The museum itself is truly one-of-a-kind—the architecture alone could take up a full day of your time.

But it’s not just about looks: LACMA has more than 150,000 works spanning thousands of years. If you need a break from art, head over to nearby Rodeo Drive for some window shopping or stop by UCLA for a tour.

You can even visit Universal Studios without leaving town! Los Angeles offers something for everyone, making it one of our top destinations to explore in 2022.

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3) Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City is one of those destinations that always seems to be overlooked by travelers. The city is huge, it’s easy enough to get around, and has a ton of cool history.

One place you should head out for is Frida Kahlo’s former home, Casa Azul (The Blue House). This home was built in 1940 and continues to serve as a museum today; visitors can learn about Mexico’s famous artist here.

A short walk from Casa Azul are some delicious taco stands worth checking out before hitting up other parts of Mexico City.

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4) Quito, Ecuador

At an elevation of 9,350 feet, Quito isn’t exactly low-lying. But that’s what makes it so impressive; unlike most cities built high in mountain ranges.

Quito isn’t perched precariously on a ledge above a roaring waterfall or other natural phenomena that would seem to make it a poor site for urban development.

In fact, its location is so perfect that it was once used as an observatory by both Incan and Spanish royalty looking to chart new territory.

The city has grown up around these ancient landmarks and now serves as a cultural hub for travelers from all over.

From museums that explore Ecuadorian history to hotels with stunning views of snowcapped peaks, there are plenty of reasons why you should add Quito to your travel itinerary in 2022.

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5) Lake Tahoe

Though it’s not as well-known a destination as Paris or Rome, Lake Tahoe is one of those destinations that feels exotic but is also easily accessible.

It’s located just a few hours from San Francisco and can be accessed by bus, car, train and plane.

The lake itself offers beautiful views with massive glaciers dotting its shores; there are also hiking trails for those who like some activity along with their nature.

Given its location on California’s border with Nevada, Lake Tahoe is surrounded by casinos if you want to test your luck—and leave your trip on a high note.

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6) Savannah, Georgia

Every so often, a vacation spot emerges from obscurity and lands on everyone’s bucket list.

Savannah is one of those places. The city, known for its Southern charm and live oak trees that blanket 18th-century squares, is experiencing an explosion of growth.

And development keeps sprouting up everywhere.

There are several new hotels downtown that bring Savannah’s Georgian architecture to life and make you feel like you’re stepping back in time.

Plus, there’s no shortage of things to do here: Go shopping at City Market or take a ghost tour through haunted mansions.

If you visit between May and October, don’t miss out on River Street Night Market , which has more than 100 vendors selling everything from jewelry to clothing to art.

Oh, and did we mention it’s just a short drive away from Tybee Island ?

This beachside town offers endless ways to relax: You can rent paddleboards or kayaks or sign up for yoga classes by the sea.

Don’t forget your swimsuit!

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7) Rome, Italy

What will Rome look like five years from now? We have no idea—but we can assure you that it’ll still be among one of Europe’s most popular travel destinations.

In just a few short years, Rome plans on building three new metro lines and a new superhighway. The city is also investing large sums of money into revitalizing its historic areas, giving travelers even more places to visit.

For example, there’s talk of restoring and refurbishing Villa Torlonia—an 18th-century villa and estate just outside of Rome that once belonged to Empress Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III.

Right now, Villa Torlonia is used as an exhibition space for contemporary art and design exhibitions.

But if funding goes through (which it likely will), visitors could soon enjoy guided tours of Italy’s first public park (La Pinciana) or stroll through Parco della Caffarella—the largest park in central Rome (and home to many wild animals).

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8) Belize City, Belize

With its idyllic, protected coral reefs and crystalline waters, Belize City is an up-and-coming travel destination.

In 2022, it will be even more popular thanks to new low-fare flights from major cities like Los Angeles and New York City.

The city has a number of historic sites, including Fort George and Fort Carlisle, as well as a vibrant cultural scene with restaurants featuring local cuisine.

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9) New Orleans, Louisiana

What do you get when you combine unrivaled nightlife, a world-class music scene, and an incredible food scene?

A city that is truly something special. New Orleans knows how to make visitors feel welcome and comfortable—and it’s no wonder why people are flocking here each year.

Just be careful not to burn off all your calories while enjoying live jazz at dinnertime…some of those crawfish poboys don’t exactly fit into a calorie-conscious diet!

But hey, it’s hard work exploring new cities—sometimes you just have to eat (or drink) whatever you want.

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10) Oahu Island, Hawaii

Ranked as a top travel destination for 2017, it’s easy to see why Hawaii continues to be a favorite year after year.

The beaches are spectacular and there is always something exciting going on. But, Hawaii isn’t just about swimming and sunbathing;

Oahu Island, specifically, has been gaining popularity as an outdoor adventure hub. The best part? It’s close enough for adventurers from all over!

For example, Oahu Island is within a day’s drive of California and Florida, meaning that die-hard travelers will never have to worry about long flights getting in their way.

This island paradise might be worth the plane ticket alone! Luckily for you – if you’re lucky enough – plane tickets can be purchased with points!

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11) St. Lucia

St. Lucia is a charming island in the Caribbean Sea. It has beautiful beaches and lush forests, as well as several different types of plants and animals.

The St. Lucia National Park is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and it features many pools where visitors can swim with marine animals like rays, lobsters, and sharks.

There are also many scenic hikes that go through the rainforest until you reach a waterfall at the end.

St. Lucia also has a great food scene, with many different types of vegan dishes.

The island is known for its sustainable agriculture and good nutrition, since it offers plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables.

It’s also a common destination for green-living health retreats because of the beautiful weather and relaxed atmosphere. You should definitely put St. Lucia on your travel bucket list!

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