Fodor's No List 2020
While the majority of the world is finding the best place to travel this year, Fodor's has published a brilliant yet controversial article, listing the places and things that you shouldn’t go or do or at least reconsider for your next travel in 2020.
Why has Fodor’s come up with such a list?
Foodor’s has been publishing the ‘No List’ since 2018. Their main purpose is to encourage people to be more ethical and responsible travelers by underlining the issues in the tourism industry. According to them, it is not a ‘Scarlett Letters’ to those who are featured in the No List but instead, it’s a reminder of what we can do as travelers and stakeholders to contribute to a better world through tourism.
The Places That Don’t Want You (or Want You in Smaller and Better Doses)
The previous No List has stated Amsterdam, Venice, Machu Picchu, Thailand’s Koh Tachai, Santorini, the Isle of Skye in Scotland, Easter Island, Dubrovnik, and Mallorca. This year, there are new additions to the ‘family’.
Hanoi Train Street
The Place That Could Kill You
The Sickly Coral Reef in Need of Healing
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary”
The Places (Rightfully) Considering Charging Large Tourist Taxes
Galapágos National Park
The Places to Be Cautious About Drinking
Mexico and Central America
The Tourist Attraction That Needs to Stop
The City Safe for Tourists, Deadly for Residents
The Businesses You Might Not Realize You Don’t Want to Support
Read the full article: https://www.fodors.com/news/photos/fodors-no-list-2020