This year is certainly one to be forgotten as the global pandemic has changed every aspect of our lives and with a new vaccine on the way, we are all looking forward to returning to some form of normality. The airlines will resume their schedules, business will again open their doors and when the time comes to say goodbye to Covid-19, here are a few unique holiday destinations to consider as your next holiday.
Stunning Myanmar – Formerly the British colony of Burma, this magical land has opened its doors to tourism and a 5-star hotel in Yangon is most affordable and why shouldn’t you experience luxury while touring this fascinating city, before heading to the north of the country, which is unspoilt nature at its best. The city is very old and there’s so much to see and do in this colourful and undiscovered hub of Asian culture; search online for all the information you need to plan your time in this amazing country and book soon in order to avoid disappointment.
South of Thailand – Phuket is the jewel in the crown of the Andaman Sea and this premier resort town is actually a small island and with chartered yachts and beachfront resort accommodation, you are spoiled for choice. Like every other tourist region, Thailand is desperate to regenerate their tourism sector (in 2018, more than 30 million tourists visited Thailand) and early bookings means discounted prices. The weather is great all year and if you have yet to visit the Land of Smiles, be prepared to be smitten with this colourful culture and very friendly people. Click here for a few reasons why hotel accommodation is the best when on holiday.
Australia – Why not enjoy a month in the Hunter Valley? Enjoy the best wines Australia has to offer while staying at a top-rated resort near the Darling River and exploring the unique Blue Mountains. Failing that, you could arrange a working holiday on horseback, learning to drive cattle, or picking fruit and vegetables on one of the many organic farms in NSW. Then there is the Gold Coast, a stunning stretch of coastline from Brisbane heading north, which is the major tourist destination for locals and foreigners alike.
Namibia – If you fancy a safari like no other, there are agencies that arrange a bespoke safari and with an English-speaking guide, you will experience nature at its finest, with the Big 5 all found in this unique country. An online search is the best place to start your quest for a luxury safari and look for one that allows you to tailor the holiday, which means you get the most out of the experience.
Mainland Europe – Once things return to normal, you only need a European visa to travel all the EU countries, with Italy, Australia, Switzerland and other countries, all offering superb holidays. The further south you go, the better the climate and the Greek islands are a perfect place to spend a few weeks sunning on the beach. Here is a Europe Covid-19 update to keep you informed of the status in all the member countries.
The New Year is almost upon us, which means you need to book your holiday as soon as the pandemic is officially over, then you can be sure of a confirmed booking.