Most Popular Millennial Destinations for 2020 | MojoTravels

Most Popular Millennial Destinations for 2020 | MojoTravels

Generation Y? more like Generation Y nod welcome to MojoTravels, and today we’re taking a look at the top 10 most popular millennial destinations for 2020 are you a fan of our videos be sure to subscribe to mojo travels and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos for this video we’re looking at destinations both established and up-and-coming that millennial travelers will be flocking to in 2020 number 10 Costa Rica the original inspiration for Jurassic Park Costa Rica is how many in the Millennial Generation have always pictured a jungle paradise and while you may have tried hot springs elsewhere what about hot rivers in Costa Rica you can sit in a crystal clear stream letting the rush of warm mineral enriched water massage your back and wash your cares away consistently ranked among the happiest countries on the planet Costa Rica is leading the way on key millennial issues like ecological preservation and sustainability almost all of the nation’s electricity comes from renewable sources and it’s on track to be carbon neutral by 2021 meaning that your tourist dollars are likely to be reinvested wisely number 9 southern Italy from the sun-soaked cliffs of the Amalfi Coast to the rolling green olive groves of Tuscany Italy has a timeless cross generational appeal for travelers 2019 was dubbed the year of slow tourism in Italy encouraging travelers to take a more leisurely route between major cities on their trip stopping off in relatively less frequented destinations like Umbria and Puglia by making these under-the-radar destinations hip destinations through 2020 Millennials can immerse themselves in truly authentic Italian experiences including phenomenal farm-to-table dining and drinking and lesser-known cultural gems like the Sauceda miteta caves an incredible unesco world heritage site inhabited since the Paleolithic era number 8 Chiang Mai Thailand easily one of the most desirable travel destinations for Millennials and tourists of pretty much every destination Thailand looks to remain just as popular as we enter the new decade Chiang Mai presents a great alternative to the hustle and bustle of urban Bangkok without compromising on the country’s incredible culture navigate your way through picturesque and downtown Junmai on foot or take a short scooter ride to the old town where monks walk barefoot among the street vendors under majestic temple spires just an hour’s drive away is the elephant nature park a large habitat which has been rescuing and rehabilitating these incredible animals since the nineties number 7 Cape Town South Africa arguably the world’s best location for adventure junkies South Africa offers extreme experiences across its vast expanse and along its amazing coastline Millennials in search of pulse-pounding adventure will get their fill in and around South Africa’s capital from ocean driving with sharks – skydiving / Table Mountain and down to the harbour – trekking up the iconic Devil’s Peak younger tourists can get their fun on and in Cape Town beautiful weather also means a full schedule of cultural festivals spread throughout the year and it’s also a trance music destination with lots of outdoor blowouts number six Australia despite the horrific wildfires on the continent trips have been booked and Australia’s appeal will continue to flourish as the year goes on the Australian Government has spent millions over the last few years to shift tourist perceptions of the country from beer-soaked party central to a more varied experience led destination after all Australia easily boasts one of the most varied and accessible art scenes on the planet whether with world-famous destinations like the Sydney Opera House Melbourne is vibrant street art community or a vast array of traditional Aboriginal cultural experiences in fact between 2013 and 2017 arts tourism and Australia grew by a massive 47 percent number five Cambodia one of the fastest growing travel markets on the planet rising year after year Cambodia is an increasingly popular choice for the frugal millennial travelers from around the globe and it’s easy to see why 2020 will be a boom year headlined by prime bucket-list destinations like the unmissable temples of Angkor Wat even with severe overcrowding a selection of incredible national parks and nature preserves and a welcoming and vibrant nightlife Cambodia is an affordable destination abundant with beauty and charm due to the importance of tourism to the region many locals speak English and most will welcome US dollars number 4 Iceland you think Iceland is over it ain’t over for a nation of just three hundred and sixty thousand residents Iceland has a big reputation on the international stage thanks to its popularity among tourists particularly Millennials widely recognized as one of the most beautiful countries in the world Iceland draws in visitors on the strength of its black volcanic beaches views of the Northern Lights whale watching experiences and so much more bathing in Iceland’s unique Blue Lagoon polled in recent years is the number one most coveted travel experience among Millennials and no wonder powered by geothermal energy the rejuvenating waters hover around a perfect 102 degrees Fahrenheit all year round just a 45-minute journey from the capital city of Reykjavik the lagoon is open late into the evening offering the perfect chance to relax under the steam and stars and don’t get us started on the fjords number three croatia weather furry romantic getaway or as a hard-core party destination croatia has something to offer all millennial tastes in 2020 familiar to viewers of Game of Thrones Dubrovnik was the primary filming location for the iconic city of King’s Landing and although Dubrovnik is suffering from the very modern curse of over tourism it’s still hot and hip visitors can explore the cobbled streets of the old town on foot walking the city walls of this UNESCO World Heritage Site below the city’s rocky outcrops snorkeling or kayaking in Dubrovnik ska mistel clear waters is an ideal way to soak in the warm Mediterranean climate and Croatia also has much to offer beyond its capital in 2020 the love international festival returns to Croatia for the fifth time for another week in July of mesmerizing electronic music in beautiful tis no number to Bali Indonesia unless you’ve unplugged from the internet in recent years you know Bali is an Instagram paradise this drop-dead gorgeous Indonesian island is a top pick for millennial travelers thanks to its endless natural beauty incredible fresh food and abundant tourists catered experiences from the clamor and buzz of the busy shopping district to its rich art scene the metropolitan areas of Bali offer a fabulous and affordable City vibe but just a relatively short ride away you can immerse yourself in a meaningful spiritual journey as visitors are regularly welcomed into magnificent Hindu temples and ceremonies more active tourists can advantage of Bali’s perfect surfing and hiking conditions or cycle through bood Monkey Forest taking in the majestic natural waterfalls and dense foliage millenials will eat pray and love their time in this 2020 hotspot number one Greece new attractions blended with ancient charms push Greece way up to the top of our list as a top 2020 destination for millennial travelers despite popular misconceptions about millennial attitudes many twenty-something travelers are hella keen to incorporate culture and history into their journeys Greece offers the best of both worlds with a seemingly endless selection of both famous and obscure ancient ruins and temples cheek to jowl with one of the best club scenes in the world hugely popular on Airbnb with many thousands of listings in Athens alone Greece is an ideal destination for a weekend getaway for European Millennials or an extended island hopping tour and with so much variety between islands there’s plenty of reason to believe Greece will be a 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33 thoughts on “Most Popular Millennial Destinations for 2020 | MojoTravels

  1. Generation Y not? 😂😂
    Even the most obvious puns are funny when they are delivered just right.

    No sarcasm intend, I’m being honest.

  2. So …. these are the places to be avoided if you don't want to find mindless, disrespectful, dull egocentric travellers in 2020. Good to know

  3. I would think Bali would be #1 and I'd also think Vietnam would've made the list. I guess it's better for me that Vietnam remains low key until I've had a trip there

  4. Regarding No. 3, Dubrovnik is not the capital city of Croatia. If you wish for aproper Croatian experience go visit Zagreb, the actual capital city. Dubrovnik is far too overrated and clogged with tourists.

  5. Dubrovnik is massively over rated and a rip off city when you compare it to the rest of Croatia. It's also ridiculously overcrowded with tourists. Iceland is also suffering from over tourism.

  6. I’m a millennial who hasn’t traveled much I’ve only been to Hawaii but I’m turning to 32 this year and I wanna go to Japan.

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