The unexpected outbreak of corona virus has locked everyone in their houses. Bag-packing, hiking or just sight-seeing has all become a distant dream, a memory of the past. While we sit in our homes, waiting for the corona virus situation to get settled, we scroll internet & wonder of distant lands & when will we be able to safely step out of our houses again, isn’t it? We all are in the same page for this.
In this difficult time along with praying for the world, we can all save & plan for where to travel to when all this is settled & over. We can’t help but wait to feel the open skies, the broad fields, trees, beaches & hotel food. I’m sure we all miss wearing our travel shoes, so feel that tingle in your toes & check out our list of places to travel after this lockdown.
1. Marari Beach, Kerala
This beach was named after the quaint fishing village or Mararikulam. Marari beach provides a breathe taking serene view & change of scenery from the backwaters of Alappuzha that acts as the main tourist spot of the region. This exquisite place is not yet famous among the popular travel destinations of Kerala, that is the reason the sands of Marari are untouched & in their most natural state. There are many hotels and resorts on the beach, from lavish to homey ones, hence finding a place that suits your stay isn’t a hard task. A variety of hotels are present on the beach itself with varying degrees of luxury, even some are located just at the shore to give the tourists a happy, private place to enjoy the serene view & sounds of calm waves.
2. Chail Hills, Himachal Pradesh
Experience a heavenly mountain break with adventure & rejuvenation at Chail Hills, Himachal. The Chail Hills was once the capital of the King of Patiala & is covered with undiscovered beauties. Whether you are looking for a weekend break or an extended holiday, Chail Hills is a great choice to relish the lush greenery and breathtaking views of a valley, this place is great for hiking as well hence is called a hiker’s paradise. It feels like you have entered a different world when you hike and discover the dense forests of Chail Hills. There plenty of adventures & activities to do there. Depending upon your choice, you can just sit all day around, breathe in the fresh Himalayan air & watch the lush greens or you can take up an adventure sport. Chail hills has few attractions as well, the world’s highest cricket ground and the Chail Wildlife Sanctuary being the most visited ones.
3. Gahirmatha Beach, Odisha
Within Odisha’s mangrove forests lies Gahirmatha Beach, a sheltered & safe spot on the east coast of India. The mangrove forests lying between the beach and the city keeps this beach virgin & away from the pollution of the city, allowing travellers to relax and unwind without being disturbed. The beach is close to the Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary, famous for housing millions of Olive Ridley sea turtles during their breeding period (from October to May). this place has few scenic attractions, Bhitarkanika National Park being one of them. The beach is accessible via a boat ride through mangroves. Easy accommodation is available on the city side of the forest, there are various village and jungle resorts in that region to have a comfortable stay. This place is quite & filled with scenic beauty & is far from the crowd. if you’re planning to go to a quite beach, rest among the nature & rejuvenate, then this is the perfect place for you.
4. Shillong & Cherrapunji, Meghalaya
If you are the one looking for a peaceful tour but do not wish to be away from the society anymore, it is best to pick Meghalaya tour package. One of the most attractive states in Northeast India, Meghalaya offers perfect blend of sites, adventure, activities, food, and festivals. From the royal architecture and glorious lakes in the capital of Shillong to the living bridges in the monsoon dwelling of Cherapunjii to the Asia’s neatest village, Mawlynnong and much more, here you will find so much to relax your desire of safest travel after Covid-19.
Here’s our list of top 4 safest place to visit in India after covid-19. So start saving & planning for your trip today. Also, tell us your views in the comment section, do you agree with our picks?
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