The 10 Top Countries, Cities, And Regions To Visit In 2022 According To Lonely Planet’s Best In Travel

Travel is on many people’s minds the whole of the world slowly reopens following the coronavirus outbreak. Families will be reunited in 2022, nearest and dearest will catch up after long periods of time apart, and vacation leave will be spent on once-in-a-lifetime events.

Lonely Planet ranks the world’s must-visit countries, cities, and regions in 2022 in its newly released ‘Best In Travel 2022’ book. The 17th edition of Lonely Planet’s book lists the world’s hottest destinations and places particular emphasis on sustainable travel choices – ensuring a positive impact as travelers return to the road. After a long halt due to the global coronavirus outbreak, many are ready to re-engage with the world and travel again. Here are the top 10 countries Lonely Planet has listed for you to visit next year.

The Top 10 countries to visit in 2022

  1. Cook Islands
  2. Norway
  3. Mauritius
  4. Belize
  5. Slovenia
  6. Anguilla
  7. Oman
  8. Nepal
  9. Malawi
  10. Egypt

We Mountain Treks Nepal is a local trekking and touring company based in Kathmandu, Nepal. We offer different trekking and touring holiday packages for 2022. This is almost tough to talk about Nepal without including Mount Everest. But even though you’re not keen on climbing the world’s maximum height, this Himalayan country has a lot of something else to offer. Here are some of the four trekking regions which you shouldn’t miss while traveling to Nepal.

Annapurna Region

Annapurna is one of the most breathtaking mountains in the world to the summit. It is a group of peaks that stretches for around 60 kilometers. Annapurna I, the tallest mountain in the range, reached a height of 8091 kilometers. It’s usually this very same peak that mountaineers tackle. It’s majestic, dramatic, and filled with all the obstacles you can endure. The entire mountain is sandwiched between two main waterways in Nepal: the Marsyangdi and the Kali Gandaki. Excluding the world’s tenth highest peak, the Annapurna massif offers 13 summits higher than 7000 meters and 16 peaks higher than 6000 meters. Gurung, Magar, Thakali, and Brahmin settlements dot the lower altitudes, but Tibetan cultural influence becomes obvious as you make the trek. The walk begins in Besi Sahar, along the Pokhara-Kathmandu Highway, and terminates at Naya Pool, itself with the highest point at Thorong La, a pass at 5,416 meters. Manaslu, Langtang Himal, Annapurna II and IV, Annapurna III, and Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri are just a few of the mountains you’ll see across the trek.

Everest Region

The Everest region is known well after the world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest. Mount Everest is the most searched destination by travel enthusiasts from all around the world who really want to follow the lead of prominent mountaineers Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay and stand in the majesty of the world’s tallest mountain. It is located between two national parks, Sagarmatha National Park and Makalu Barun National Park; abounding in bio-diversity and a paradise for a multitude of animal, bird, and flower species, featuring critically endangered species like the Tibetan Rabbit, red panda, and snow leopard. Amadablam, Mera peak, Lobuche peak, and Island peak are among some of the planet’s highest peaks, offering the Everest area a list of places to visit trip for wildlife enthusiasts and adventurers. Hiking in the region is really not easy as the routes are often ascending or descending, individuals share the path with animals such as sheep and yaks, and the altitude makes the effort more challenging — however, the payoffs include spectacular mountain beautiful landscapes, Buddhist monasteries and temples, and the accommodation of the residents, who live a difficult childhood and always have a smiling face.

Langtang Region

Easy Treks in Nepal

The Langtang Region is yet another well-known Nepalese region for its Himalayas and mineral wealth. The Langtang Region is situated in the north area of the Kathmandu Valley, bordering the Tibetan border. Langtang, like some of the other trekking regions in Nepal, is a popular pilgrimage destination where you may encounter the high Himalayas, breathtaking views resources, and various flora and fauna. Because the Langtang Region is recognized for its glaciers, hiking in the Langtang Region is also known as a glacier voyage. The region, like the rest of Nepal, is rich in local culture, customs, and clothing. Residents in the Langtang Region speak with each other in their mother tongues. Despite Buddhist culture being well enough in the Langtang Region, Hindus are not excluded.

Manaslu Region

Manaslu Trek

Mostly in 1991 was the Manaslu area legally accessible to international visitors. A spectacular climb across Mt. Manaslu, the world’s eighth highest mountain, is doable. Climb in remote Rural areas on less-traveled paths. With breathtaking vistas that must be observed in their completeness. Trekking in the Manaslu region is dramatically different from trekking in the Everest and Annapurna regions. The journey begins at the Budhi Gandaki and passes through a tiny river between both the Manaslu and Ganesh Himal mountains, with sleep nearly perpendicular across both sides. The route continues along to the Tibetan border, with breathtaking views of Manalsu North, Ngadi, and Himalchuli peaks, after passing through all the Nupri valley, where the residents seem Tibetan in looks, dialect, and culture. The voyage descends to the Marsyangdi Valley after crossing the (5200 m) Larkey La pass, with stunning scenery of the Himlung Himal, Annapurna range, and other mountains.

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