Sieh dir diesen Beitrag auf Instagram anHow does one measure the greatness of a place—in miles covered, dollars spent, or visitors captivated? Such metrics can play a part, but also important is something that many travelers aspire to experience: the sense that one has stumbled upon the extraordinary. To compile our second annual list of the World’s Greatest Places, this week's International cover, TIME solicited nominations across a variety of categories—including #museums, parks, restaurants, and #hotels—from our editors and correspondents around the world as well as industry experts. Then we evaluated each one based on key factors, including quality, originality, sustainability, #innovation and influence. The result: 100 new and newly noteworthy destinations to experience right now, from #America’s hottest hometown pizzeria to a #Tokyo museum bringing digital #art to life. See the full list at the link in bio. Illustration by @petergreenwooduk for TIME
28 August 2019
Five locations in Southern & East Africa are among the "World's Greatest Places 2019"!
The famous Time Magazine, an American weekly news magazine and news website, has released its second annual list of the "World's Greatest Places". Based on key factors, such as quality, originality, sustainability, innovation and influence, the list showcases a variety of categories such as museums, parks, restaurants, and hotels. Five of these 100 greatest places of the year are located in Southern Africa and East Africa, namely Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Leopard Hill in the Mara Naboisho Conservancy (Kenya), the Omaanda Lodge in Windhoek East (Namibia), the Lekkerwater Beach Lodge in the De Hoop Nature Reserve (South Africa) and the restaurant Wolfgat in Paternoster (South Africa). Congratulations!