Travel Destinations Unaffected by Coronavirus

Travel Destinations Unaffected by Coronavirus

Today, I will talk about the travel destinations you can visit during this coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus pandemic has become the talk of the century. So far, this deadly virus has claimed thousands of lives in most parts of the world and has infected millions. It is no surprise that more than half of the world is suffering from coronavirus outbreak and it seems to spread further.

This has caused people to lock themselves in their houses and people have stopped travelling to other countries.

In the middle of all the shocking news, there is some good news as well. Some destinations are coronavirus-free. No positive case of coronavirus has been reported so far. However, the situation can change at any minute.

If you have taken all the precautionary measures, you can safely travel to these destinations.

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1.    Palau

One of the most isolated islands on earth is Palau. It is located in the western part of the Pacific Ocean. This island offers breathtaking views, unique wildlife, exceptional weather, and wonderful landscape.

One of the things to do on the island is to swim with jellyfish. You can go snorkelling with the pulsating golden jellyfishes.

Moreover, you can see the UNESCO protected Rock Islands. It is a collection of volcanic islands, which is uninhabited. The turquoise water, pristine beaches, and sheer cliffs make it a top attraction. The island has plenty of WWII relics that are well-preserved.

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2.    Solomon Islands

Another destination that you can visit during this pandemic is the Solomon Islands. Located east of Papua New Guinea and northwest of Vanuatu, this sovereign state incorporates 900 small islands and 6 major islands in Oceania.

There is a lot you can do like bask in the sun and wiggle your feet on the sandy white beaches. Since it is surrounded by water, beauty is everywhere. You can go for a hike, dive, spearfishing or trek the waterfalls. Visit the museum to know about the bloodiest battle, WWII.

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3.    Micronesia

This is a subregion of Oceania incorporating small islands in the western Pacific. It has a lot to offer, from diverse wildlife to World War II battle sites.

The picturesque and scenic views it provides is unrivaled. This island is known for its diving spots. The island has a unique and beautiful flora and fauna. It has the most beautiful manta rays in the world.

Some of the places you can visit include Pakin Atoll, The Blue Hole, Tonnachau Mountain, Kepirohi Waterfalls, and much more.

4.    Marshall Islands

It is an island state and a US associated state located halfway between Hawaii and the Philippines. The island is made up of low-lying atolls and an excellent place for having an ultimate adventure.

You can have fun with the locals, who are friendly and welcoming. Spend a wonderful time with the diverse marine life and enjoy the turquoise water by going for scuba diving or spearfishing. Learn more about WWII history.

Which of these destinations will you visit? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!

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Simone Ribeiro
Hi! I'm Simone, a citizen of Britain, where I live for over a decade, and of Brazil, where I was born. Midlands Traveller is where I combine my passion for travelling, business and an Eco-friendly lifestyle.

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