No matter where you go, wear your mask, bring your sanitiser with you and practice social distancing.
1. MIRIANDHOO ISLAND, THE MALDIVES
Since 15 July, the borders of this gem have been open to tourists again. And best of all – there is no quarantine! The Westin Maldives Miriandhoo Resort is an iconic spot with stunning wellness centres and water villas.
This little paradise is beautifully situated on the Unesco Biosphere Reserve in Baa Atoll surrounded by the Indian Ocean and your adventure in luxury begins from day one.
The best time to visit the Maldives is between November and April.
2. CHAWENG NOI, THAILAND
Thailand has started to open its borders again, although some restrictions have been in place. The open waters and the remote beaches make this country a great option.
October is a good month to go. Why? You’ll typically enjoy good weather, and the most popular destinations are far less crowded than in high season.
You can enjoy some sunset cocktails while you relish the view from some traditional bungalow-style accommodation.
3. MADEIRA ISLANDS, PORTUGAL
The Madeira Islands were spared from the Coronavirus pandemic. So, pack your bags and go for a trip to Madeira islands this year!
There are hundreds of reasons to visit this place after the summer.
Madeira is ranked among the best destinations to celebrate New Year’s eve, best sunny destinations in winter, among the safest beaches in Europe, best destinations to retire, best places to propose and best sunny Christmas destinations.
4. CORFU, GREECE
Just because summer is over does not mean you can’t go to the beach! The truth is, some beaches are even better in the autumn. Think about the lower hotel rates, fewer tourists, and milder temperatures.
If you want to recharge your batteries after the stressful period, this Greek island is a perfect destination as well.
To begin with, Greece was one of the European countries least affected by the pandemic.
Corfu is an excellent choice if you want to combine lush nature, emerald waters, award-winning exotic beaches and yummy traditional cuisine. This is what Corfu is all about.
5. SIX SENSES, SEYCHELLES
Seychelles has reopened its borders, but passengers are required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test performed 72 hours prior to boarding their flight.
If you decide to go there, you will experience the seclusion and the elegance of a luxury retreat. You can expect to be surrounded by tranquillity, aqua blue waters, plenty of greenery and glamorous villas with pools and sea views.
The best time to visit Seychelles is between April and May, or between October and November.
If you decide to visit during these months the weather conditions will be ideal for sunbathing, scuba diving, and wildlife watching. These months are the transition between hot and humid winds and the cooler winds that define April through October.
6. WARSAW, POLAND
Why Warsaw? Well, this is one of the most incredible cities in Europe, and once was called “Paris of the East”.
There are plenty of stylish cafes and bars, incredible museums and many places to discover for lovers of classical music.
No need to say more, this city should be right at the top of your travel wishlist!
7. CRANE RESORT, BARBADOS
In July, Barbados resumed allowing tourists in. However, tourists will be required to present evidence of a negative result of a PCR test.
If you are wondering where you should stay, Crane Resort is a secluded complex with a beautiful wellness spa. In this island of endless possibilities, you will find art galleries and boutiques, and everything else you need for a perfect holiday.
The truth is that there is so much more to this tiny coral outcrop than one could imagine.
This country is part of the EU Council’s list of countries that are considered safe amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
This is Morocco’s top surf destination. When to go? December to early March is considered the best time throughout the year because this is when the surfing season is at its peak.
The weather is perennially great. The temperatures are very pleasant, usually hovering in the twenties celsius.
The place has a lot to offer even if you are not into surfing. There are camel rides along the beach, plenty of hiking trails nearby, a chilled-out atmosphere with affordable accommodation and dining options as well as excellent fishing too.
Most tourists are charmed by the simple beauty of the deep blue Atlantic views and white-washed buildings.
Bermuda is a little island in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean and is famous for its pristine beaches.
The country has reopened for tourists from all over the world. To enter the country, you must bring a certified, negative COVID-19 test. No mandatory quarantine is in place.
Bermuda is the oldest British colony in the world and its pink sand and turquoise waters make it a paradise for the divers.
The pink sand earns its colour from a phenomenon called foraminifera, a marine organism. When it dies, the shells fall down to the bottom of the ocean and then are washed ashore and drenched in the sun to create the famous pink hue.
The weather is excellent and the island is very clean.
Rwanda is a country with undeniable beauty and is considered one of the safest places in the world to visit right now. As of June 17, the country has officially reopened for tourists from all over the world.
To visit the country, you must take a PCR test in your own country within 120 hours of departure and have a negative result as proof.
The negative test must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and a copy of the result must be brought with you to show at the customs before the entry.
Wherever you are travelling, check out with Visa First if you need a visa and what the current travel situation is in the country.
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