10 potential destinations for New Year’s Eve 2020

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10 potential destinations for New Year’s Eve 2020
New Year’s resolutions come down to a list of habits we should no longer have (in the new year). Here is a much more optimistic list of potential destinations we might have / visit to welcome the craziest night of the year.
Necker Island (British Virgin Islands)
If you want to welcome the craziest night on a private tropical beach, then this is the detective for you. The island is surrounded by a turquoise sea that splashes golden sandy beaches and coral reefs. The island is 300,000 square meters in size and can accommodate up to 28 people. Guests are accommodated in 8 rooms of the Big House and 6 beautiful Balinese houses. The island is equipped with everything needed for guests.
Chiang Mai (Thailand)
Chinag Mai is the second largest city in Thailand and is located in the north of the state. This exotic city is a combination of historical heritage, adventure, beautiful countryside, culture and relaxed charm. Explore over 300 Buddhist temples. Enjoy elephant rides, light walks, views of rice paddies, or visit the tribes that live in the hills. On New Year’s Eve, Thais visit Buddhist temples to give gifts and donations. It is a tradition to light a lantern, make a wish and let the lantern fly.
Paris (France)
Walking Champs Elysees is a traditional New Year’s Eve in the heart of Paris. The city of light then shines especially brightly. Dress warmly, bring a bottle of champagne and head for the Victory Arc. You will have a different and unconventional experience from the top of Montmartre. If the sky above Paris is cloudless that night, you will have a magnificent view of the city with many fireworks.
The most exciting New Year’s Eve in London will be if you head to the north bank of the Thames River and the London Eye. Magnificent fireworks will turn the sky into an explosion of breathtaking colors and lights. The famous lookout point is close to Big Ben, so you can watch the countdown on Westminster Bridge from the world’s most famous clock.
New York City
Times Square is certainly the most glamorous place in America and around the world on New Year’s Eve. The traditional descent of New Year’s ball from One Times Square is a custom dating back to 1907. The best view is Broadway, 43-50 Street and along Seventh Avenue north of 59th Street.
The New Year’s program includes musicals, balloons, confetti, cold and lots of cheerful people around you.
Cortina d’Ampezzo Italia
One of the world’s most famous ski resorts is a great New Year’s destination for lovers of snow, winter and skiing. Cortina is surrounded by beautiful peaks over 3000 meters high. The ski slopes are suitable for experienced skiers and beginners.
Kasbah Tamadot Asni, Marrocco
This Moroccan Berber refuge means “light breeze”. It is a beautiful building surrounded by walls with a magical view of the Atlas Mountains. You can choose from 24 rooms and suites for accommodation. There are apartments designed as Berber tents, each with a private pool. The second oldest royal city of Marrackech is close so you can visit it.
Sabi Sand Reserve (South Africa)
New Year’s Eve in wild Africa is a special experience for all adventurers. The Sabi Sand Reserve at Kruger National Park offers a lodge to house guests. Within the reserve are two Sand River and Sabie River rivers. This area is full of various flora and fauna including giraffes, cheetahs, zebras, antelopes. Safari excursions are organized.
Rio de Janeiro
One of the highlights of Brazil is the New Year, which officially marks the start of the summer holidays. Copacabanana Beach is considered a good choice for the best fireworks in the world. Brazilians throw flowers into the ocean for New Year’s Eve to bring their happiness to the Afro-Brazilian goddess of the sea Yemen in the coming year. Choose your clothes carefully, the home dress code is white – and the color of the details determines your preferences. Blue details look for peace, red details look for passion, green details look for health, yellow details look for well-being for the next 365 days of the year.
Sydney (Australia)
If you like to celebrate the New Year first, your destination should be Sydney. Each year the celebration is dominated by a specific theme that is presented with a light show and large symbols in the middle of the harbor. The biggest celebration is around the Port Jackson location where fireworks are watched followed by various music events.

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