The Best Places to Visit After the Covid-19 Pandemic

Travelling is one of the best ways to relax after a long time of travel restrictions. Since most countries have started opening tourism, you can now go places and enjoy nature. However, bearing in mind that Coronavirus is still there, you need to select travel places with no crowding. We are going to look at the best 8 places you can consider touring after the lockdown that will excite you. We shall also enlighten you about the state of Covid-19 issues in every place for prior preparations.

  1. The Gobi Desert, Mongolia

Mongolia is a sparsely populated country. That said, the country has a low number of confirmed Covid-19 cases of only 214 people as of June 2020. For that reason, you can be sure that you are in a safe place while touring the Gobi Desert. You can take 6 to 12 days touring the Gobi desert depending on what you wish to see. You can go with about 5 of your friends and not worry about social-distancing issues. You will need to fly into Ulaanbaatar first to go to the GOBI Desert. Then find the best Gobi Desert-tour to join.

  1. The Parmir Highway, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan

You can have the best road trips on Pamir Highway. You will pass through the remote mountain region that borders Afghanistan. The scenic road has a unique beauty and its highest point is 4,655m above sea level and considered as the highest international highway worldwide. There are local guest houses where you can have the best of your nights. You will have the best experience being between snowy mountains and stunning landscapes. Being a remote region, Pamir Highway will not give you social-distancing problems. Your trip will begin in Kyrgyzstan and end in Tajikistan. Being on the road trip most of the time for up to 8 days, you do not have to worry about Covid-19 transmission since you will spend less time in the cities. You will need to travel to Osh and join a tour at Osh Guesthouse or pre-organize a tour through Caravanistan Forum.

  1. New Zealand Walks

Being one of the first countries to flatten the Covid-19 curve, New Zealand has been in the front line of reopening its tourism sector. You will be in a safe place touring New Zealand thanks to its low number of confirmed Covid-19 cases. New Zealand has the best hiking spots and exquisite nature. The South Island is a perfect spot for walks with breathtaking landscapes with diverse difficulties and durations for the best hiking experience. You will have countless scenic routes to choose from including the Tasman Coast Track and the Routeburn Track. You will require to plan and select the hike-starting and ending dates and book on New Zealand’s official site.

  1. Salar De Uyuni, Lolivia

Salar De Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat. The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases is low in the region making it a safe place to travel. You can travel in a jeep with up to 6 people. There are different activities you can involve within Salar De Uyuni including relaxing in the remote mountain region in the high altitude hot spring and sleeping in a salt-made hotel. Different tourists Social distancing in the region is made easier by the high number of guesthouses which accommodates discouraging overcrowding. You can look for a local travel agency in Salar de Uyuni and book your tour.

  1. The Galapagos Island in Ecuador

Considering social distancing, Galapolis Island is an excellent destination. Being an island, the number of covid-19 cases here is low with only 78 cases as of mid-2020. The best way to explore the island is to find a cruise for a boat trip. You can take about 6 to 12 days touring the island with 8 to 12 people without worrying about social distancing issues.

We hope that with the help of this article, you will have no problems deciding on the next place to visit after the pandemic. All the best as you plan for your trip.