Thursday: ‘Best of the World’ Twitter Chat

Join @NatGeoTravel this Thursday for a live Twitter chat with Traveler features editor Amy Alipio (@amytravels), who will be discussing the magazine’s much anticipated Best of the World list for the first time.

Find out National Geographic’s take on the 20 must-visit destinations of 2015—and add your own two cents about where travelers should set their sights in the new year.

When: 2-3 p.m. ET on Thursday, November 20
Where: On Twitter via @NatGeoTravel. Follow hashtag #BestoftheWorld to join us!

Amy will be joined by several members of the Nat Geo Travel family, including Robert Reid (@reidontravel), Andrew Nelson (@andrewnelson), and Don George (@don_george).

During the live chat, Amy and the crew will be answering ten questions that will be revealed periodically over the hour. But make no mistake: We want to hear from you, too. Take part in the conversation by using #BestoftheWorld.

Where do you think travelers should go in 2015? Share your thoughts in the comment section below, or submit your nominations during the chat!

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