Enjoy the thrill of adventure and scenic beauty by visiting the archipelago of the Maldives, Amalfi Coastlines, Crane Resorts, villas of Seychelles and more.
The world is still under the threat of the coronavirus. As the virus is extremely infectious and a cure is yet to be developed, many countries have restricted their airports and are not allowing any tourists.Photo by Brodie Vissers on Wunderstock (license)
But the good thing is that this will not be the permanent picture. A lot of countries and places have strictly maintained lockdown and social distancing. As a result, they have now controlled the spread of the virus, and some even have zero patients. Even without a vaccine, a lot of places are presumably safe to travel to. This certainly puts travelers around the world at ease.
In this article, we are going to talk about the best and safest places you can travel to even during this pandemic.
1. Explore The Miriandhoo Archipelago
A group of beautiful islands is waiting for you to explore them. Miriandhoo island, located in the Maldives, is the perfect place to escape to.
The country took serious safety measures by implementing lockdown effectively. There were only 3000 cases. From July 15th, they have reopened the country once more for tourists after effectively controlling the spread of the virus.
The best part is that there are no quarantine restrictions as the country is completely free from the virus.
You will have to follow the safety measures to travel there, but once you are in Miriandhoo, it is all about island hopping and having a great time.
Having a boat or a yacht will be the perfect way to travel the archipelago. You can look for boats for sale online and contact a broker to get a good deal. During the pandemic, boat prices have also decreased significantly.
2. The Beautiful Amalfi Coastlines
If you enjoy viewing the coastline and seeing the beautiful sea horizon, then why not try visiting the Amalfi Coast in Italy?
Now, you might wonder that the country was hit the hardest by the coronavirus, so how can it be safe now?
If that is the case, then rest assured because, after the initial hit, Italy has been very strict about maintaining quarantine, and you can see even after traveling there that the tourists also follow strict quarantine measures.
3. Visit The Crane Resorts
If you are looking for some quiet, peaceful resort to travel to that does not require you to go outside that much, the best choice would be the Crane Resort in Barbados.
Not a single person has died there from coronavirus since May, so you can be assured that this place is safe to travel to.
They also removed all travel bans and opened their airports in July, but you need to present a COVID-19 test report to travel to this country in the Caribbean. Pools, lawns, spas, restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, whatever suits your taste, this tropical resort has it all.
4. Beachside Villas Of Seychelles
You can enjoy the lovely seaside view from Six Senses Zil Pasyon villa, located in Seychelles, a country in East Africa.
Although the country has very few coronavirus cases and has very little risk, you still require a test report (test done 72 hours prior to boarding the plane) that states you are COVID-19 negative, just like Barbados.
For the ultimate relaxing experience, book a villa with a beautiful seaside view and a lovely pool to enjoy tranquility at its finest.
5. Barbuda & Antigua Island
If you are looking for a resort or a villa that allows you to enjoy the sheer beauty of the island, then Barbuda & Antigua is the perfect place for you.
Although there are some preventive measures like wearing masks and using sanitizers, there are no other quarantine measurements, and the country is open for all. It only had 95 positive cases and has been safe ever since.
Book a villa in the beautiful islands and wake up listening to the sounds of waves crashing against your island shore. The coastline is also just 30 minutes away from the port.
6. Beach Side Motels Across Sugar Beach
How about enjoying a comfortable stay in a luxurious motel while also being near the beach?
If you are aching to enjoy a wonderful beachside journey while also being safe from coronavirus, Sugar Beach in St Lucia can be a wonderful place to visit.
It’s another country on our list from the Caribbean. The place is considered the safest place to travel to right now. You need to get a COVID-19 test done 72 hours prior to traveling.
Once you are there, enjoy the beachside villas, private dinners, and yacht rides along the coastlines.
7. Enjoy The Natural Beauty Of Tanzania
After several months of quarantine, the lovely outdoors and beautiful nature is just what you need to freshen up your life. Tanzania will offer just that and the sense of adventure you need after the boring quarantine.
With no COVID-19 testing required and no quarantine currently in place, all you need to do is wear a mask at all times.
The East African country has a lot of safari parks and animal reservoirs where you can feel the thrill of nature. You can also trek on Mount Kilimanjaro, have a relaxing time at the beaches of Zanzibar, and do so much more.
8. Historical Visits Around Turkey
With so many archaeological spots, historical places, and monuments, accompanied by Aegean and the Mediterranean Sea coasts, Turkey offers you everything. You can start your first travel blog here since it has so many things to visit and experience.
The country also does not require any prior COVID-19 testing and has no quarantine policies at present.
Even though it is advised to stay at home during the pandemic, thrill-seekers are still looking for safe places to travel where they can enjoy and stay safe at the same time. Hopefully, this guide has given you some ideas on where to travel amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Follow all the safety measures as you travel for your and everyone else’s safety.