After a year of minimal travel our wanderlust is in full force as we dream of the opportunity to discover new destinations once again. While the coronavirus pandemic remains a concern with travel, there are still many locations to visit that offer naturally social distant experiences. We’ve shifted our travel gears from popular frequently visited tourist destinations to more secluded locations allowing you to enjoy a vacation at ease.
Explore Diverse Landscapes in New Zealand
An island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, New Zealand is far off the beaten path but boasts some of the most stunning and diverse natural wonders. The vast land is home to majestic peaks, dense forests, deep fjords, bubbling geothermal pools, brooding volcanoes and sunny beaches. There is a world of wonder to discover in New Zealand, and with it’s remote location, we’re sure it will be nothing like crowded cities of 2019 travel.
Experience A Desert Oasis In United Arab Emirates
For a vacation a bit more out of the ordinary, a venture out to the Arabian desert will do. Sand dunes as far as the eye can see can be more enjoyable than you may think. Thanks to the naturally peaceful atmosphere and a few thoughtful hotel brands, luxury accommodations and excursions can be found in the middle of the desert. Step into bliss with horseback riding, candlelit dining, rejuvinating yoga sessions, or dune bashing. Who else is up for an adventure?
Ski in Japan’s Fresh Powder
Sure, there are countless places to ski across Europe and the U.S., but how about a more exclusive destination? Niseko, Japan features one of the most breathtaking slope views of the famed volcano, with loads of fresh powder in the winter months and natural hot springs nearby to relax in. With a variety of lodges and chalets available, couples or families can enjoy private accommodations when returning from local adventures. Plus being in Japan you have access to some of the finest sushi in the world.
Relax at a Private Island Getaway in The Maldives
The Maldives is an archipelagic state situated in the Arabian Sea of the Indian Ocean. Home to dozens of five-star world-class resorts, many of which are their own private islands, The Maldives is made for ultimate privacy and relaxation. It doesn’t get much more socially distant, or luxurious, than this.
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