Here's where you should book a trip in 2020, according to National Geographic

Get ready to have some serious wanderlust.

December 25, 2019, 4:18 AM

Calling all travelers: If you've been waiting for a spark of inspiration to book that trip of a lifetime, then look no further.

National Geographic has unveiled its 2020 list of best travel destinations across the world and it's sure to inspire wanderlust in everyone.

The 25 destinations are broken up into four sections: Culture, City, Nature and Adventure. Some destinations, like the Grand Canyon, are a classic choice for travelers. Other locations, like Asturias in northwest Spain, are underrated gems waiting to be explored.

You can explore all of the top destinations from each category online on Nat Geo's website.

One thing is for sure -- we're adding all of these trips to our bucket list right now. Check out the full list below.

Nat Geo's Best Trips 2020 Destinations


  1. Asturias, Spain
  2. Guizhou Province, China
  3. Gobekli Tepe, Turkey
  4. Maya, Guatemala
  5. Mendoza Province, Argentina
  6. Abu Simbel, Egypt
The Temple of the Great Jaguar towers over the main plaza of the ancient Maya city of Tikal.
National Geographic/Simon Dannhauer


  1. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  2. Telc, Czechia
  3. Fort Kochi, Kerala, India
  4. Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  5. Parma, Italy
  6. Puebla, Mexico
Colossal statues of Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II guard the entrance to Abu Simbel's main temple.
National Geographic/Dan Breckwoldt/Shutterstock


  1. Magdalen Islands, Quebec, Canada
  2. Kalahari Desert, Botswana
  3. Bialowieza Forest, Poland
  4. National Blue Trail, Hungary
  5. Canary Islands, Spain
  6. Maldives
  7. Grand Canyon, Arizona
The Andes form a backdrop for grape vines in Mendoza's Uco Valley.
National Geographic/David Noton Photography


  1. Tasmania, Australia
  2. Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria
  3. Wales Way, United Kingdom
  4. Tohoku, Japan
  5. Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia
  6. Zakuma National Park, Chad
Alpine mountains from the Grossglockner high alpine road.
National Geographic/Adam Balatoni/Alamy

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