One to look at! The Australian destination located off the beaten path mentioned in the exotic travel hotlist for 2020
- The Wukalina walk of Tasmania is & # 39; one to watch & # 39; mentioned for travelers in 2020
- The four-day walking experience takes guests across the breathtaking Bay of Fires
- Run by Aboriginals, the walk shows Tasmania through a unique native lens
- Hikers take part in traditional Aboriginal practices and sleep in domed huts
A destination off the beaten track has been named one of the ten hotspots for travel in 2020.
The Wukalina Walk of Tasmania was included in a luxury travel organization Abercrombie & Kent& # 39; s Hot List 2020, which draws attention to emerging and exotic locations that & # 39; guaranteed to touch the soul & # 39 ;.
The Wukalina Walk takes guests on a three-day, four-day walking experience in the northeastern region of the state, with breathtaking views of the iconic Bay of Fires.
Tasmania & # 39; s Wukalina Walk has been named in the 2020 Hot List of luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent (pictured, the Bay of Fires where the walk takes place)
Owned and managed by Aboriginals, the Wukalina Walk is designed to show Tasmania from a unique native perspective.
Hikers participate in traditional cultural practices and dine on Aboriginal delicacies such as mutton and wallaby.
Two nights are spent in domed cabins and one in the renovated Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage in the famous Bay of Fires Conservation Area.
The Wukalina Walk shows the beauty of Tasmania from a unique Aboriginal perspective
The route crosses more established walks, including the Freycinet Experience Walk and the Maria Island Walk.
The Wukalina Walk leaves Launceston every Sunday from September 29 to April 12.
Prices start from $ 2,490 per person.
Hikers participate in traditional cultural practices and dine on Aboriginal delicacies such as mutton and wallaby
Other exotic destinations mentioned in the 2020 list include the capital Baku of Azerbaijan, a multicultural melting pot where Europe meets Asia.
The eastern peninsula of Indonesia was also characterized by world-class diving, while Jordan received special mention for its vibrant cuisine and countless world heritage sites.
Benin, the birthplace of voodoo, Zimbabwe, for its amazing landscapes, and Namibia thanks to its abundant flora and fauna were also included.
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