Where to travel in 2022: It's safe to say most people didn't take their dream vacation in 2021. Here are some places to dream about for when the world becomes accessible again. First up: the twin islands of Antigua (pictured) and Barbuda.
Bissagos Islands: Off the coast of Guinea-Bissau, the Bissagos Islands are run by a matriarchal society where women possess all the power.
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia: Visitors can immerse themselves in traditions of Cape Breton's Mi'kmaq -- a First Nations people who have lived in Canada's eastern Maritime region for over 10,000 years.
Chile: A long, thin strip between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains, Chile is a world leader in ecotourism and an outdoor adventurer's paradise.
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Colombo: It's time to pay attention to Sri Lanka's underrated design destinations, including late architect Geoffrey Bawa's home, which is now a mini museum and guest house.