Chelsea Becker / 2021-10-03 08:49:33 / 0 Comments

8 Countries to Consider Visiting Post-COVID-19

After more than a year of restrictions and safety risks, we crave unique experiences that will make the post-pandemic trip something we won't forget.

Many people are concerned about the devastating impact of COVID-19 on developing countries. They are dealing with huge economic losses, especially those places that are mainly dependent on tourism.

If you're thinking of travelling abroad after the pandemic, regardless if it's a backpacking trip or a packaged tour, get your itinerary together sooner rather than later. There are a few places in the world that you should make sure to include in your list to see before you cannot anymore. In this article, we're going to list the dream destinations you shouldn't miss out on during the post-pandemic holiday season as we rethink travelling again.

1. Jordan

Middle Eastern tourists will find Jordan is worth visiting with its large budget-friendly natural wonders.

Jordan offers a multitude of adventurous activities:

  • Sand dune surfing at Wadi Rum
  • Swimming in the Dead Sea
  • Exploring ancient civilizations around Petra


2. Cambodia

Cambodia has a hot, humid summer which runs through Europe's winter, making it the perfect place to get some sun. This Asian country has year-round pleasantly warm weather, perfect for tourists with any interest.

Don't miss out on some of the most beautiful culture and history Angkor Wat has to offer. But Cambodia is a lot more than just Siem Reap. You can enjoy a moment of respite in the many black-sand beaches in Koh Rong.

Angkor Wat in Cambodia

3. Grenada

Grenada is referred to as the Spice Isle and with good reason. Whether you're looking for a quiet time out in nature, or want an exhilarating experience, Grenada has something for everyone.

This country is often regarded as the Caribbean's best island. It boasts a lush, green mountainous landscape and soft, white beaches among others things. The waterfalls are also very tall and cascading, all wrapped up in one beautiful package.

Beach town in Grenada

4. Uruguay

If you're travelling through South America and heading to Brazil or Argentina, make sure to stop on Uruguay. Although few people know it, Uruguay has a lot to offer in the way of nature, trends and other attractions.

Uruguay is a country with an incredibly diverse landscape that includes the following:

  • Different types of native forests
  • Bodies of water including coastal lagoons
  • Lush wetlands

With country's open spaces and low population density it’s an excellent place for enthusiasts to safely explore it even on their own. Those who want a little more peace and tranquility among some stunning scenery would love the country.

Lighthouse in Uruguay

5. Seychelles

For the best close encounters with some of the most exotic sea creatures on earth, look no further than Seychelles Islands. The islands are home to a number of stunning reefs, beaches and nature reserves so there is always something new to discover at your resort!

Visitors to the Seychelles can expect beautiful, diverse wildlife and incredible eco-tourism opportunities. But between all of the adventures, they also have access to the most glamorous beach resorts found anywhere in the world.

Beach in Seychelles

And how about this latest info? If you have your vaccinations, you are now able to visit the Seychelles without the need to go on quarantine.

6. Albania

The small country of Albania is best known for its rugged, mountainous landscape and rich culture. Rozafa Castle is an example of the many ancient monuments that can be found scattered throughout Albania. The expansive castle showcases a history that can no longer be seen anywhere else. Itwas originally built centuries ago by an ancient Indo-European people called the Illyrians. They were known for their famous stronghold, which served as protection against invaders.

Tourist spot in Albania

A short distance from the castle are the Albanian Alps where keen hikers will have a tough time. Hiking in these mountains is for active travelers.

7. Macau

Macau is often referred to as the Vegas of Asia because the culture and style is a mix of both European and Asian influences. It's the perfect destination for wanting to explore local culture. There's a whole mix of things to see in Macau. Huge malls, Asiatic casinos and fascinating architectures with a Portuguese-Cantonese flair.

A casino in Macau

8. South Africa

South Africa is building its reputation as an emerging destination to visit with sustainable tourism on the rise. One of South Africa's major achievements is hosting the FIFA World Cup. In the past few years, the country has been receiving over 10 million visitors a year who are eager to experience African culture and cuisine.

The cities of Cape Town and Johannesburg are modern urban settlements, built on the rich traditions of the diverse society found in South Africa. Kruger National Park is also in South Africa, a well-known wildlife sanctuary.