Mauritius features third in Lonely Planet’s annual ‘Best in Travel’ list
Lonely Planet which is regarded as one of the most illustrious travel guide publishers in the world, has revealed its top ten travel destinations to discover in 2022, with Mauritius being ranked third among the top places to visit.
The international travel guide corporate, which has been supplying travellers with engaging and reliable information since 1973, just released its yearly edition of Best in Travel list. This eagerly awaited list showcases Lonely Planet’s experience and knowledge on the most attractive destinations and travel opportunities for the upcoming year.
The Best in Travel list from Lonely Planet evaluates hundreds of popular destinations throughout the world, from which a selection is made by a panel of five travel professionals and connoisseurs. The top 10 counties in the 2022 edition were carefully selected for their relevance and preparedness to welcome guests in 2022, as well as their diverse experiences and “wow” effect, as well as their dedication to sustainable tourism practices.
This publication of the Best in travel list from Lonely Planet focuses on the greatest sustainable travel experiences and illustrates how travellers can make a good impact on the planet by offering helpful guidance on sustainable travel options and educating readers on how to support local communities and celebrate diversity and equality.
Deputy Prime Minister, Hon. Steven Obeegadoo commented: “We are pleased that Lonely Planet has nominated Mauritius as one of the most exciting destinations for 2022. Throughout recent years, Mauritius has been lauded for implementing sustainable activities and practices for incoming travellers. Mauritius is an outstanding model of eco-tourism in action, with a multitude of green zones, including forests, parks, and nature reserves, as well as eco-friendly activities such as electric bikes and the prohibition of single-use plastics.”
The publication of Lonely Planet’s annual “best in travel list” of destinations and travel experiences, according to Tom Hall, VP of Experience, could not come at a better moment. It’s time to dust off those long-postponed travel dreams and make them come true after a forced hiatus.” In addition, Hall stated: “From the lagoons and forests of the Cook Islands to the waterfalls and mountains of Iceland’s Westfjords, to Auckland’s natural and urban wonders, the lists celebrate the planet in all its magnificent alluring variety.
The Top 10 Countries category was one of four categories in the list which also included Top 10 Regions, Top 10 Cities and Top 10 Best Value Destinations.
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