According to Conde Nast Traveller, British Columbia is among the top 23 places to travel around the world in 2023.
The platform cited the province’s “pristine nature beauty,” which includes the Rocky Mountains and islands of Haida Gwaii as the reason for its inclusion in the next year’s travel recommendation.
It also recommended a variety of Indigenous activities such as watching wildlife close to the Klahoose Wilderness Resort, and recommending the only Indigenous restaurant Salmon n’ Bannock at Vancouver International Airport.
Conde Nast Traveller reports that the editors selected the destinations from India, Spain, the U.K., America, and Spain based on a mixture of old favorites and less-traveled locations.
It praised Auckland, New Zealand for its outdoor activities such as Pacifika, an enormous Pacific Islands festival, and the Lantern Festival in February. The FIFA Women’s World Cup will be held in July 2023, according to the report.
The list also included the central California coast, which was described as “a patchwork made up of laid-back coastal towns, redwood forests with trails, and vineyards.”
Egypt was a top choice for places to visit in 2023. The Grand Egyptian Museum’s opening in Giza is cited as one reason to travel to Egypt. The country’s New Administrative Capital will be transformed near Cairo. It will feature Africa’s tallest skyscraper as well as a replica of 22 miles of the River Nile.
Conde Nast Traveller named Galilee, Israel as a destination for 2023. It is known for its charming family-run wineries, scenic views, and cute architecture. Watsu pool therapy and jeep tours were also mentioned.
Conde Nast Traveller has compiled a complete list of the top places to visit in 2023.
- Auckland, New Zealand
- Canada, British Columbia
- Central California Coast, USA
- Galilee, Israel
- Loire Valley, France
- Marrakech, Morocco
- Melides, Portugal
- Memphis, Tennessee
- Mendoza, Argentina
- Mustang, Nepal
- Ollantaytambo, Peru
- Queensland, Australia
- Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
- Srinagar (India)
- Turks and Caicos
- Western Japan
- Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
- Zamora, Spain
This story was covered by The Afghan Journalists in Residence Project, funded by Meta.