Exotic Places You Must Visit After The Pandemic

As a human race, we always have been travelling from one place to another, be it for survival or to have a change in lifestyle. Humans are known as pioneers but in this lockdown, travelling has become a luxury. If you’re reading this then you must be the lover of travelling but because of this pandemic, you have to keep your plans aside and you might be  thinking of the places that you can travel after the pandemic ends. 

We are all fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic and while it is such a challenging time, there’s no doubt the world will overcome it. As with all past outbreaks, this one will eventually come to an end. And the best way to fight is to be hopeful, to look forward into the future. Thus, one of the most asked questions right now would be, 

There is no sugarcoating it. Travel has been hit hard by the current coronavirus pandemic. Most of the world is in lockdown and people are unable to travel and flights are operating with decreased frequency. The only thing that is getting through all these closed borders right now is the virus itself. But as I said earlier, hope is the best way to fight through this. So let us keep hope and tackle some of the questions about the travel that will come up in the near future.

Things That will change for Travel?

The pandemic has changed aloof our world and not just in the short term. All the nation is on high alert, even after the vaccines, all the health care officers will be vigilant for any kind of sickness in the airport. So it will be difficult to bring the world to a normal state. When things do start to get normal, travel, especially international travel will have a totally different scenario. Here are the top changes we can see coming. 

  • The queue at the airport will be more stern
  • You’ll need more than a passport 
  • You’ll pack differently
  • People would maintain distance from you 
  • Meeting new people won’t be same any more 
  • Handshakes will get awkward 

One thing about the travellers is that they don’t stop travelling because of some extra paperwork or a little more medical check-up. A traveller will go through all the difficulties just to travel to their favorite destination. 

That’s the reason we bring some new existing places to visit  for the travellers after this pandemic is over.


Extraordinary and Stunning Places to Visit after the Pandemic: 

It will be a long time before international borders will be open for us to travel. But the good thing is that we have some great and exciting places to visit in India itself and domestic flights will be open very soon. So after reading this fascinating list of places to travel you can decide where to visit for a relaxation spree after pandemic settles. 


  • Padum, Jammu and Kashmir


You would not expect that there is any part of Ladakh left unexplored. But this one village in between of Zanskar valley that is yet to be discovered by travellers, mostly bikers who go through Ladakh don’t visit Padum. Tucked away amidst the dramatic landscape of the Zanskar valley is the hidden marvel, Padum. Covered in snow for most of the year, it is accessible for a few months in summer, and only on foot. This is one of the places situated in Northern India that you should visit after the lockdown ends. 


  • Majuli, Asam


Situated in the heart of Assam is Majuli Island. Majuli means land in the midst of two rivers and It measures about 352 Km. However, about a century ago before erosion, the Island was much larger (880 Km). Unfortunately, Majuli is disappearing at an alarming rate due to soil erosion and heavy floods that are reducing the size of the island. This is the place where one can go and relax in order to get powered up for the hectic week ahead. 


  • Tawang Monastery, Arunachal Pradesh  


Tawang is a beautiful land with scenic landscapes, panoramic views of mountains, calm village, quiet lakes and magical gompas. Tawang is a mountain town situated at an elevation of 10,000 feet in Arunachal Pradesh popular as the birthplace of the Dalai Lama and the largest Buddhist Monastery in the country. If you like to meditate and indulge yourself in mindful activities,then this is the place you must visit. 

  • Gorichen Peak, Arunachal Pradesh

On your way to Tawang, you will enjoy the magnificent sights of the Gorichen Peak, It is one of the toughest treks in the northeastern part of India as the peak is located at the height of 22,500 feet between Tawang and West Kameng district. If you are missing Mountains and trekking is your thing then keep this place in your bucket list and visit for sure. 


  • Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand


A quaint and mystic town nesting on the bank of the river Bhagirathi, Uttarkashi is what you would view as if the holy city of Kashi was recreated again in the mountains. It is indeed spiritual heaven. But if you think it is only for those seeking peace of mind, you would be wrong. It is a gateway to some thrilling expedition. 


  • Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu


Kumbakonam, at very first sight, gives you the impression of stepping into an artistic sanctuary dedicated to gods. Nestled between the parallel flows of two rivers, it may appear nothing more than an ancient town in Tamil Nadu. Yet, it is a divine serenity of its ancient temples, adorned with elaborate carving that gives the city its mystic look. 

These are some of the astonishing places you can visit in India after the pandemic gets over. Because you don’t wanna ruin the fun by getting sick after going to such beautiful places. By that time you enjoy your stay at home and stay indoors as we all are in it together.

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