As our communities are slowly opening, the wanderlust is, many of us is running wild. See which travel destinations are predicted to be safe and popular.
How is the coronavirus impacting your life?
Are you sad more than normal, or maybe even worried?
The good news is you’re not alone.
The coronavirus is causing a third of Americans to experience signs of clinical depression or anxiety.
Thankfully, there are things you can do today to protect your mental health.
One of the best ways to break out of a coronavirus related funk is by planning your dream vacation.
To help you make safe plans, we’ve created this short coronavirus travel guide.
Read on to learn about three safe and fun travel destinations despite COVID-19.
Head to Morocco
Morocco is a North African country that borders the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic ocean.
Since the pandemic began, there’s only been 242 coronavirus related deaths in Morocco.
In total, the country has had 14,771 cases of coronavirus.
On top of being one of the safest travel destinations, Morocco is also incredibly fun to visit.
Since the country is at the crossroads between the Middle East and Europe, you’ll be able to enjoy a very diverse culture.
Also, since Morocco is about the size of California, you’ll never have to worry about running out of things to do.
First, you can spend all day wandering the lively streets of Marrakesh, the capital of Morroco.
As you meet new people, you’ll notice that the Moroccan people are incredibly friendly and welcoming to visitors.
Next, you can have fun exploring all sorts of ruins like the Roman ruins in Volubilis.
You can also check out other cool ruins like the Rif mountains where there are gorgeous hiking trails.
When you’re all done hiking in the mountains, cool off by surfing in the dunes.
If you love water, then you’ll also need to visit the Ouzoud Waterfalls, the second tallest waterfall in the entire African continent.
Finally, no trip to Morocco is complete without visiting the Saraha desert.
Hop on the back of a camel, and check out one of the Sahara desert camps where you can stay for the night.
Staycation Travel Destinations
Before you plan a trip across the world, why not look into the treasures you have around you now by taking a staycation?
A staycation is a vacation you take in your home state.
Take a moment to do a quick search to see what type of attractions are nearby.
Outdoor attractions like mountains or lakes can be very calming, which is perfect for a relaxing vacation.
Once you find a spot you like, you can simply pack the best travel accessories and drive on over.
If you end up falling in love with the place, you’ll be able to plan a second trip without too much planning easily.
Staycations can be a safe way to avoid coronavirus if the virus isn’t highly active in your community.
However, even if you’re state’s case counts are low, you’ll still want to take the necessary precautions to protect yourself and your family.
Safe Hotel Rooms
If you’re going to be staying in a hotel, make sure they are practicing social distancing.
The hotel should offer you contact-free interactions, such as a virtual check out or a digital key.
All hotel employees should be wearing face masks, as well as guests, when they’re in common areas.
When you call potential hotels, ask them about their new cleaning measures in light of COVID-19.
Finally, look for remote hotel properties that have a lot of family-friendly outdoor amenities.
Safe Vacation Home Rentals
Instead of spending your staycation at a hotel, you could go to a private vacation home.
Private vacation homes tend to be safer than hotels because you’ll have fewer interactions with other people.
However, make sure the host that owns the vacation home is participating in whatever COVID cleaning programs the booking company offers.
Georgia is a country that sits at the intersection of Asia and Europe.
There have only been 963 cases of coronavirus there, and the case count isn’t rising.
While you’re in Georgia, you have to see Vardzia. It’s a large monastery from the 12th century that sits inside a cave!
Exploring the vast monastery will be an experience you won’t quickly forget.
If you’re feeling adventurous,
Georgia can be one of the best solo travel destinations.
It’s impossible to feel lonely walking through the cities of Georgia since they’re so vibrant and filled with friendly faces.
Of course, the busy city scene isn’t all Georgia has to offer.
You can also do a little bit of soul searching as you spend time in some of the most stunning landscapes you’ve ever seen.
Try taking a dip in the Black Sea or try skiing in the Caucasus mountains.
After swimming or skiing, satisfy your appetite with some of the best food in the world.
Georgia food is so good that if all you did on your vacation were try new meals, you’d still have the time of your life.
While you’re there, you have to try the Badrijani dish.
It’s fried eggplant with a tasty walnut sauce on the top.
You should also try the Khachapuri, which means cheese bread.
Finally, the only thing that can compete with Georgian food is Georgian wine.
The country of Georgia is one of the oldest wine regions in the entire world.
The wide variety of grapes in the region makes for diverse and tasty wine options.
Have a Great Trip
There you have it!
The three of the safest travel destinations to visit despite the coronavirus.
Go ahead and start planning your fun and safe trip today.
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