As nations around the globe began to reopen their doors to tourism after a significant duration of lockdown and shutdown borders, it is time to delve deeper into what commute will look like under this new everyday life of social distancing and which locations are the best to visit post-COVID-19.

The entire purpose of a vacation is to disconnect from daily life and let loose. When it gets down to recharging our batteries, however, an action-packed schedule can be too much. Never worry, we’ve discovered a few Travel Tips for the world’s most pleasant destinations.

Phuket- Thailand:

Phuket is without a doubt one of Thailand’s most popular destinations, attracting an endless number of tourists with its sparkling seashores and laid-back atmosphere. Nevertheless, this does not preclude it from being one of the most relaxing places to visit. Phuket can be a great place to relax.

The northern reaches of the island’s western coastline include the enormous Hat Mai Khao beach, which is part of the Sirinat National Park. Its isolated location makes it one of the safest on the island, with sand beaches and crystal-clear waters. Relax in places like Phuket Resorts to the south, where you can enjoy luxurious villa accommodations, fine dining, and undisturbed shorelines.

Gobi- Mongolia:

Because Mongolia is densely populated, the COVID-19 pandemic did not have as much of an impact as other nations, with only 214 confirmed cases by mid-2020, making Mongolia one of the safest attractions after the global epidemic.

To experience the Gobi Desert, you must go on a tour that can last from 6 to 12 days, depending on what you want to see. The tour will have a maximum of 6 people, and you will not be in any crowded areas throughout the trip as you hop from one yurt to another like a nomad. It truly is the ultimate location for social isolation while traveling.

Ubud- Bali:

Elizabeth Gilbert chose Bali as the final stop on her famous Eat, Pray, Love journey. We can’t blame her. Every tourist agrees that Ubud, Bali, is one of the most tranquil and relaxing places on the planet. Few locations can delicately equalize relative modernity and high-quality facilities with peace, calm, and beautiful nature. To mention a few of Bali’s high-end accommodations, spas, and retreats – resorts are ideal for some introspection and soul-searching. In Ubud, Bali, you can find love, exploration, rest, and liberation. Thus, it has earned its rightful position on the list of the Relaxing Places in the world.

Pamir Highway-Kyrgyzstan:

The Pamir Highway is one of the top long drives you will ever take. The highway runs through Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, along the remote Pamir mountain range bordering Afghanistan. This spectacular view road is regarded as one of the nation’s most prominent international highways, with the highest point at 4,655m above sea level.

All along, you would be resting in local guest houses in outlying towns, seeing what life is like all along Pamir, and having conversations with the beautiful people while being wedged between diverse scenery and snowy peaks for the duration of your trip.

Salar de Uyuni- Bolivia:

South American countries are not faring and flatten the COVID curve as countries in Asia or Oceania. Still, many regions are less affected, such as Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat. Bolivia’s reported cases stood at 26,389 as of mid-2020. While the number is high, the influenced regions are typically densely populated. Salar de Uyuni is not, making it ideal for social distancing and getting away from the rest of the planet.

In A Nutshell:

Don’t put your vacation off any longer; start packing, customizing, and planning your fabulous international trip. Prepare to leave last year behind and enjoy an experience unlike any other. Tell Debongo what you thought of these destinations and where you’d like to go.

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