Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel list for 2021 declared Palau “best island” for sustainability – part of a new approach by the guide book publisher to naming best destinations that also factors in diversity and community. Photo: Getty Images Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel list for 2021 declared Palau “best island” for sustainability – part of a new approach by the guide book publisher to naming best destinations that also factors in diversity and community. Photo: Getty Images
Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel list for 2021 declared Palau “best island” for sustainability – part of a new approach by the guide book publisher to naming best destinations that also factors in diversity and community. Photo: Getty Images

Where to go in 2021 now pandemic has changed travel: not East Asia, according to Lonely Planet, as it picks places and projects making a difference in our fragile world

  • This year, instead of 10 best cities, regions and countries, the travel guide publisher highlights 30 inspirational people, destinations and tourism projects
  • Footprint Cafés in Siem Reap, Cambodia, which supports training, employment and start-ups to help lift people out of poverty, is named ‘best small business’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel list for 2021 declared Palau “best island” for sustainability – part of a new approach by the guide book publisher to naming best destinations that also factors in diversity and community. Photo: Getty Images Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel list for 2021 declared Palau “best island” for sustainability – part of a new approach by the guide book publisher to naming best destinations that also factors in diversity and community. Photo: Getty Images
Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel list for 2021 declared Palau “best island” for sustainability – part of a new approach by the guide book publisher to naming best destinations that also factors in diversity and community. Photo: Getty Images
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