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5 Destinations in Indonesia that Will Enthrall You in 2020

5 Destinations in Indonesia that Will Enthrall You in 2020

The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia has officially put five destinations as priority destinations for Indonesia’s tourism. These stunning destinations are Lake Toba, Borobudur, Mandalika, Labuan Bajo and Likupang. Filled with gorgeous natural scenes, crystal clear underwater life, pristine beaches, and historical sites, it is definitely something that will paint your 2020 with beautiful colors. Lake Toba When searching for pictures of Lake Toba, you can easily mistake it for an ocean. It is no surprise as it is the largest lake in Southeast Asia and one of the deepest lakes in the world. Better yet? It is located right in the caldera of a supervolcano. It is over 1,145 square km, with a depth of 450 meters. Pristine and relaxing scenery, this picturesque view is perfect for a getaway from everything. things to see With lush trees around the magnificent lake, all the spots are picturesque at Lake Toba. Wake up in the morning to visit these spots and immerse yourself in the beauty of the two traditional villages for a taste of authentic Indonesia. Make sure you don’t miss visiting their fascinating museum located by the lake. For more ideas, you can check out this Lake Toba itinerary for your next trip! things to do There are a lot of activities to take part in at Lake Toba, but the best thing for you to do at Lake Toba is to explore the great Lake Toba itself by kayaking. This once-in-a-lifetime experience is truly amazing because you get to see so much while savoring the cool breeze and relaxing atmosphere. After that, you can also enjoy camping or even glamping in a lot of Lake Toba attractions like the Kaldera Nomadic...

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Highlands included in Nat Geo ‘Best of the World’ nature destinations list

Highlands included in Nat Geo ‘Best of the World’ nature destinations list

The Highlands has been named as one of National Geographic’s ‘Best of the World’ destinations for 2023. Read moreRaw: 'Incident' at Dubai AirportThe award-winning natural history publication revealed that the region is one of only two UK destinations to make the annual list. Beautiful image of Glen Affric. Photo credit CI Photography. The Highland region has been shortlisted in the Nature category, alongside Botswana, Slovenia, Big Bend National Park in Texas and the Azores. Read moreदुबई का पर्यावरण/वातावरण | Dubai Environment HOT or COLD | HINDI URDU | TECH GURU DUBAI | DUBAI JOBThe travel list, which is created, researched, reported and written in collaboration with National Geographic Traveller’s international editorial teams, celebrates Scotland’s rewilding efforts, which aim to restore the original landscape of the Highlands by replanting and restoring native species. It references areas such as Alladale Wilderness Reserve and the Affric Highlands project which will start restoring 500,000 acres stretching from Loch Ness to the West Coast. Read moreदुबई का मोसम | Environment in Dubai | Janne Ke Jarur Dekhe | Nursing KingHighland Council Leader, Cllr Raymond Bremner, said: “To have the Highlands shortlisted as one of only two UK destinations in such a prestigious list of nominees is testament to the stunning unspoilt nature of the place we are lucky enough to call home. “What is really pleasing is to receive recognition from National Geographic for the efforts in restoring the Highlands’ ecosystems through projects like Affric Highland in the rewilding of 500,000 acres, re-introducing native species, improving biodiversity being carried out in areas like the Alladale Wilderness Reserve, and in the rewilding planned to improve biodiversity across 500,000 acres as part of the Affric Highland Project.” He added: “Our natural assets bring thousands of visitors...

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