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If you love to travel, you know that every big adventure requires planning, time and money. Even if you have time and money and dedicate your life to spontaneous travel, planning still remains an important part of every journey. We want to make sure you won’t lose great opportunities this year, so we came up with several top suggestions for every travel enthusiast.

Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics

While this is the third time the Japanese capital has been awarded the games, Tokyo has hosted the Olympics only once — in 1964. You must expect bigger crowds in Tokyo from 24 July to 9 August. The Paralympics come right after, from 25 August to 6 September. Start planning this second if you want to attend, as the price for flights, accommodation, and tickets will rise.

The Inca Trail in Machu Pichu – A true adventure

The Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is a hiking trail in Peru that terminates at Machu Picchu. It consists of three overlapping trails: Mollepata, Classic, and One Day. Mollepata is the longest of the three routes with the highest mountain pass and intersects with the Classic route before crossing Warmiwañusqa.

Hiking this trail can’t be spontaneous. You will need a permit to make the hike and they are already available. There is a daily limit for the number of hikers so planning early is the right thing to do.

Disneyland’s Avengers Campus – the adventure for the hero inside you

The Avengers fans should prepare for the summer of 2020.

“In some ways, these new campuses are like the Avengers themselves: a group of diverse individuals who have teamed up for the same purpose,” said Scot Drake, Creative Executive, Marvel Global Portfolio, Walt Disney Imagineering. “This collection of unique addresses—each dedicated to a different discipline—have been brought together to champion the next generation of heroes.”

Burning Man in Nevada

Burning Man is an event held annually in the western United States at Black Rock City, approximately 100 miles north-northeast of Reno, and a thriving year-round culture generated by a global community of participants.

You can’t decide to just go in August in Nevada, you have to start planning now. The pre-sale tickets are available starting January, so make sure you’re on the last. Start planning. If you think it’s too soon, you’ll be happy to find out that tickets are available all year long.

Son Dong Expedition

The Son Doong Expedition has been listed worldwide as one of the top bucket list adventures, where you get to adventurously explore the largest cave on Earth, Hang Son Doong, over a span of 4 days and 3 nights. Exploring, sleeping and even breathing inside the largest underground cave on the planet is a once in a lifetime experience!

Son Dong Expedition webpage gives you advice on how to properly prepare for this adventure.

In Conclusion

Mix your spontaneous spirit with the planning expert inside you and make time to think about your summer adventure. It’s not too soon, as January is the perfect month to plan and make the budget for the whole travelling year. Do you have other suggestions for this year’s adventures?

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