Global Ecotourists’ Office, a non-profit organisation that supports ecotouring, has released a new report on which countries are the best places to travel when you’re in a hurry and need to get home.
The report is the first to examine the factors that make a country a good place to visit, but what it does not include is what factors make a place a great destination.
“A great destination is not a destination in isolation,” the report reads.
“Destinations are places where you find great value, great value to others, great things to do, great experiences.”
The report was written by global ecotourer Paul Fagan, who was awarded the 2015 Guggenheim Global Ecottopia Prize in 2016 for his work in making travel more affordable.
“My work has helped to reduce travel costs, and to increase the number of destinations that are more affordable and more accessible to people,” he said.
“The more people have the opportunity to do what we do, the more they’re going to do it.”
Countries with more affordable travel prices include the United States, the UK, and Germany.
In addition, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Malaysia, and Mexico are also high on the list of countries to visit.
“I love to travel, and it’s one of the things I’m happiest about,” Fagan said.
The UK is the only country on the world’s top 100 list where it doesn’t have a top ten spot.
The list also includes countries such as Russia, India, and Chile.
“Travel is so important to us,” Fgan said.
This year’s list is based on data collected by the Global Ecological Index, which tracks travel and climate in countries across the world.
The index tracks air quality, land use, climate change, food security, water, and the environment.
The top 10 countries with the highest average air quality in the world are: China: 5.7 per cent (Ranked 7th)