We all agree that what is most frustrating in this situation with the coronavirus is the inability to move and function normally. Many countries have introduced bans on movement through cities and states in general. If you have to travel, you must be ready, depending on the provisions of each country individually, to spend some time in quarantine.
However, we are still finding a way to escape the ugly reality, at least for a short time, and give ourselves physical and mental relief. Libellule brings you the best places to travel in coronavirus time.
Tourist complexes located in nature
Because of the great haste and stress imposed on us by everyday life we forget that we are part of nature and that we cannot live life if we disconnect from it. Technically we can, but truly fulfilled not. Therefore they are now the most popular places in nature, preferably as deep as possible, with as little crowding as possible to avoid contact with a potentially infected person.
Places deep in the nature like Big Cedar Lodge in Missouri’s Ozark Mountains, Six Senses Koh Yao Noi in Thailand and Awasi Patagonia in Chile are a paradises for all who want a combination of passive and active vacation in nature. These places are a combination of traditional and modern, where you can have a luxurious treatment in the middle of the wilderness and thus enjoy in a quiet way.
Libellule suggests that, if the measures allow it, you visit a one unusual place that is popularly called a natural spa. It is about Vrnjačka Banja (Vrnjacka natural spa) located in the Raska District of central Serbia.Vrnjačka Banja has many hot springs with temperatures measuring exactly that of the human body (37.5 degrees Celsius), which makes it ideal for remedying some health problems if you have it equally and if you only want relaxation.
Check out the official website for more details: Vrnjacka banja-spa resort
Isolated islands and beaches
Empty beaches are a miserable scenario seen in the previous summer months. It was very strange to see deserted beaches that used to be teeming with tourists. But it had its advantages because the waters and water systems were cleaned and renewed, and few of the bravest could enjoy the silence and charms of the crystal clear sea.
Beautiful hidden beaches on which rarely stands a human foot even under normal circumstances are still incredibly popular. Places like Navagio in Greece, Lord Howe in Australia, and Love Beach in Mexico, are places that will give you complete isolation, but you will have to work hard to get to it. However, if you find a good guide or local who will take you there, you will have an unforgettable summertime.
The coronavirus pandemic has aroused the growing interest especially of the wealthy elite in escaping and self-isolation on the islands, so there is a growing demand to buy them. Mai, an island in Fiji, with its pristine beaches, coral reefs, and 32 acres of lush tropical gardens, is an ideal place to escape reality and pandemics. It cost a little over four million dollars on the market, and it is one of the many islands that are sold to the super-rich.
Mountains and rural areas
The place where you certainly can’t get the virus is the high altitude. Corona is afraid of hard-to-reach areas and clean mountain air does not suit it, so the demand for rural areas will be high this year.That’s why escaping to remote places of the world’s mountains is a great way to isolate yourself from negativity.
Even though some tourist centers in the mountains have become a source of infection, this is not a reason to give them up. Our advice is to just avoid large ski centers like those in Europe, and choose smaller ones, in compliance with all measures.
Here you can check availability and interesting tourist offers in the mountains during Covid 19 – How to go skiing this winter despite Covid 19
Also, among the best places to travel in coronavirus time are beautiful rular tourists compex such as Maramures in Romania, Aosta Valley in Italy, Zlatibor in Serbia.
Ecological villages and cottages
The healthiest thing you can do is to spend your time in clean and ecological places where homemade organic food is prepared. In this way, you will strengthen your immune system and discover a simple way of life that will leave a special impression on you.
One of such places is the ethno village in Montenegro. Spreading across 80 000 m² of unspoiled nature, Ethno Village Montenegro offers traditionally decorated accommodation, as well as an outdoor pool and a playground. The village includes a bar and restaurant as well.
Various excursions, jeep safaris, and rafting on River Tara can be arranged. You can make a barbecue and at night time entertainment is organized occasionally. The state road connecting Podgorica with Sarajevo can be accessed 4 km from the Montenegro Ethno Village. Guests can visit a couple of historic monasteries in the surrounding region. Nacionalni park Durmitor National Park is about 28 km away, while the Žabljak Ski Area is at a distance of 65 km.
More information about accommodation, booking and guest experiences can be found here.
Montenegro’s tourist offer in this regard includes everything – through hiking, rafting, canyoning, horseback riding, kayaking…
Travels are not wholly canceled and this can be a great opportunity to connect with nature and with our inner being. Insulation is not so bad because it gives an opportunity to reconnect with yourself. Getting to know ourselves and living a healthy and simple life is a lesson we need to learn now more than ever. That is the key to a happy life.
Where are you traveling in the age of the corona? Leave a comments below.