Corona Virus has created a tremendous impact on our society, mainly for travellers. Most of the countries have travel restrictions because of the spread of COVID-19. However, there are many destinations in the world that you can travel and stay away from the Corona Virus. These are destinations which are covered by Nature more than people.
Islands of Tanzania
Tanzania located in African Continent is not a popular tourist destination. Even though Tanzania has problems with the terrorists, to the most parts, it is one of the undiscovered destinations in the world. Tanzania Island is a haven for those who want to escape the Corona Virus as the island seems to be isolated with only locals.
Mehamn village located on the small Vedvik peninsula at the southern end of the Mehamnfjorden, a bay off of the Barents Sea in Norway. This village does have an airport but no tourists at all.
The Faroe Islands
The Faroe Islands is a self-governing archipelago, part of the Kingdom of Denmark. Hikers and bird-watchers are drawn to the islands’ mountains, valleys and grassy heathland, and steep coastal cliffs that harbour thousands of seabirds.
is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and the coast of Mozambique. Several small islets are located around each island, it is a sight to see!
Réunion Island, a French department in the Indian Ocean, is known for its volcanic, rainforest interior, coral reefs and beaches. A lot of exploring and no chance of getting COVID-19.
North Sulawesi, Indonesia
North Sulawesi is an Indonesian province on the island of Sulawesi. It’s known for its dive sites, nature parks and volcanic mountains. From the usual of having a city like Makassar and Manado to a remote village with indigenous people like Tana Toraja to a diving paradise like Bunaken.
Andaman & Nicobar Island
Even though Andaman & Nicobar Island are one of the most famous Indian Island, tourists do not go in large numbers. If you go a little deep inside then you can find beautiful beaches with no tourists at all.
Svalbard is a Norwegian archipelago between mainland Norway and the North Pole. One of the world’s northernmost inhabited areas, it’s known for its rugged, remote terrain of glaciers and tundra sheltering polar bears, Svalbard reindeer and Arctic foxes.
Guam is a U.S. island territory in Micronesia, in the Western Pacific. It’s distinguished by tropical beaches, Chamorro villages and ancient latte-stone pillars. No doubt some of the best things to do in Guam involve the beach, but there is so much more to explore.
Ko Samet is one of the eastern seaboard islands of Thailand. It is in the Gulf of Thailand off the coastline of the Thai province of Rayong, approximately 100 kilometres southeast of Pattaya.