Despite the current crisis and the virus still spreading, I want to look ahead and dream about future places to travel. I am sure that a lot of you have already planned your future vacations. For those that have had to cancel due to the Coronavirus or can’t decide where to go, here are some great suggestions.
If you live in the United States, traveling to Hawaii is always a good choice. Once the Coronavirus is over, a spontaneous vacation will be all you need to relax and get back in touch with nature. You can go hiking, swimming, or just relax at the beach if that’s more a bit of you. It’s also likely that after Coronavirus there will be lots of travel deals, and discounts up for grabs. A trip to Hawaii will be perfect for regaining positive mental health and recharging from the stress of it all
New Zealand’s South Island is brimming with majestic landscapes at every turn, from dramatic mountains to fjords and glaciers. Here, you can explore Fiordland National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Area, or gaze at the starry skies at Mount John Observatory. You can also release your inner daredevil in Queenstown, explore two of the most accessible glaciers in the world on the west coast or sample delicious food and wine in Marlborough.
Tahiti – the largest island in the French Polynesia – is the perfect relaxation trip to take after this is over. If you’ve been dreaming of a vacation spent lazing in a lavish over water bungalow, then Tahiti is a number one contended. Beyond the posh resorts, Tahiti boasts black sand beaches, a bustling capital and prime snorkeling and surfing conditions. Luxurious five-star resorts abound here, but the easiest (and cheapest) way to experience this paradise is on a cruise.
Michael has over 7 years of travel experience and has worked in the hospitality industry for a long time. He understands the industry and its trends and is a passionate writer and owner of the besthoteltester blog.