Safest Places To Travel After Coronavirus Gets Over

plan a break for the post-Corona era? Do you think is the best place to travel after COVID 19 CoronaVirus gets over? We searched for the areas with the lowest incidence and the most attractive places We’ve never seen… hooray! Yes, We found it! Africa!
Surely all of us, after COVID 19 CoronaVirus gets over, need somewhere to release the tension or exciting place that extracts the remaining energy inside our body. In this article, we will write about the best places We’ve found in Africa. Choose one or all of them to travel after COVID 19 CoronaVirus gets over. let’s see where you can relax and where to feel the excitement in these countries:

  • Zimbabwe
  • Namibia
  • Morocco
  • Malawi
  • Tanzania
  • Kenya
  • Tunisia

Zimbabwe, enjoy paradise! Victoria Falls, Zambia, and Zimbabwe

One of the most breathtaking attractions in the world is Victoria Falls. It was reportedly first discovered by Europeans when David Livingstone, a Scotsman, traveled there. Since then, thousands have enjoyed the fall of the 108-meter waterfall, twice the tallest in Nigeria. Every second, 12,800 cubic meters of water flow down.

Namibia, Full of amazing fun

Spitzkoppe

Spitzkoppe

The Spitzkuppe is a group of granite peaks in the Namib Desert, with the highest peak at 1,800 meters. This place is truly a paradise for climbers, geologists, astronomers, and bird watching lovers.
Fish River Valley
Namibia is a travel destination that always has something to offer visitors. This large valley, which in some places is 500 meters deep and more than 160 kilometers long, is the second-largest valley in the world in terms of size after the American Grand Canyon. There is the fish river along the valley.
You will have different and interesting ways to watch and experience Fish River Valley Park. Walking is a convenient and popular option to cross the path of this valley. Do not forget that you have to travel more than 80 km (50 miles), or fly over this valley. You can also swim in the river.

Windhoek

Windhoek

One of the most famous tourist destinations in Namibia, Windhoek, is the country’s largest city and capital. If you are planning to hunt, you will have an excellent opportunity in this city. There are some interesting attractions to spend your travel time in Windhoek.
By visiting the Namibian Parliament as well as the ancient Lutheran Church, also known as the Church of Christ, you can learn about the history and culture of this country. If you are looking for travel souvenirs, Windhoek is the best place to shop. In addition to small local markets, Maura’s large shopping malls are a great place to stock up on supplies and souvenirs for tourists.
Waterberg Plateau Park
Waterberg National Park is located in northern Namibia and is a large plateau of large red sandstones known as an endangered animal conservation area. Most tourists can visit this environment with a tour and guide and see animals such as buffalo, rhino, and antelope up close.
This park is home to more than 200 species of birds, and also breeds of eagles breed in this area. Tourists looking for adventure will be able to cross and walk along this plateau. During April and November, tourists must enter this national park with permission and guidance. Outside this national park, there are resorts and facilities for tourists to stay.

Swakopmund

swakopmund

As Namibia’s largest coastal city, Swakopmund is a popular tourist destination for Namibian tourists and locals. As a former German colony, the city has been greatly influenced by the country’s culture and architecture. Throughout this city, you will see historical and colorful buildings with German-style and architecture.
Swakopmund is known as the adventure capital of Namibia due to its facilities such as cycling in the desert, camel riding, and SandBoarding on the sand dunes or water recreation and relaxing on the beach. You will find many excellent international restaurants and cafes with local drinks throughout the city.

Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park

Located around the Etosha Salt Plains, Etosha National Park is the second-largest protected animal area in Namibia, after Namib Naukluft National Park. This plain is usually dry and only during the summer season, numerous water holes can be seen in this area. This type of climate is suitable for the growth of blue and green algae that attract thousands of flamingos to this area.
Around the water holes, you can see herds of animals such as zebras, wild animals, and mountain goats. In Autos National Park, there are five camps and resorts for tourists. These camps provide tourists with small rental cars for exploring and touring. Tourists who are looking for excitement and adventure, it is better not to miss the opportunity to visit and experience the wildlife in this national park. Pleasant and memorable moments await the adventurers.

Morocco, to have everything you want on the trip

Sahara

Sahara

The most tourist-friendly part of the Sahara is accessible from the northern edge of Morocco. You can travel with the barbarians of Zagora, or camp in Tazarin, where runners from all over the world end their one-week spring marathon every year.
The slopes of the Marzoga hills are an endless expanse. It is free of light pollution and is great for watching stars.

Marrakech

Marrakech

Morocco is the third-largest city in the country after Rabat and Casablanca. You can see all the beauties of North Africa in Morocco. The city of Marrakech is one of the most important and popular attractions in Morocco due to its many attractions, historical background, and amazing architectural style.
The old part of the city is called Medina, and Jame Al-Fana Square is the most important square and one of the main tourist attractions of the city in this area. In this area you can watch snakes, the walk groups and magicians, visit shops and prepare local sweets.
You can also visit the bazaars, outdoor markets, the famous Majorelle Gardens, Bahia Palace, the famous Kutubiyya Mosque, and other city attractions. After a walk, relax in a local bath or hot spring and enjoy a pleasant relaxation.

Malawi, country of Pristine nature

Lake Malawi

Lake Malawi

Lake Malawi, one of the largest lakes in the world, was named “Lake of Stars” by Dr. David Livingston; Someone who set foot in this area a century and a half ago. It has more tropical fish than any other river in the world – 1,300 species – and it’s really fun to dive in its freshwater.
Biodiversity in the area has been recognized and registered by UNESCO, which has led to the creation of Lake Malawi National Park; The world’s first water park, a World Heritage Site.

Tanzania, For different tastes

Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest peak in Africa at 5,895 meters, one of the items on the list of thousands of things to see before you die. It is a “celestial island” that has created a natural, diverse and dramatic habitat.
Climbing through dense rainforests and pastures, climbers cross a waterless landscape to reach the Twin Peaks, which are often above the clouds.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro

In the center of this protected area is the volcanic crater called Ngorongoro; that is why the same name also knows this protected area. The crater and steep neck of the Olduvai Valley is one of the world’s rarest areas and is one of the park’s top attractions.
This protected area is one of the most popular tourist destinations for nature lovers in Africa, and you will see the most beautiful wildlife in this area. Animals such as African buffalo, black rhinos, hippos, blue-collar and Tanzanian cheetahs can be seen in this area. There are famous archeological sites in this area, and Ngorongoro is a world heritage site.

Zanzibar Archipelago

Zanzibar Archipelago

The Zanzibar Archipelago is located in Tanzania, off the coast of the Indian Ocean. It is famous for its golden beaches and azure waters. The islands, including the Mafia, Pemba, and Unguja, are places for the spice trade. The good aroma of these islands’ spices pervades small farms and creates a strange and mysterious atmosphere.
The beaches of these islands are very stunning. They are covered with white sand and palm trees in the corners. Its seawater is shallow and tropical, and its cliffs are great for diving and snorkeling. For those looking for the best and most private sandy beaches for relaxation, Mnemba Island is undoubtedly the best choice for a Tanzanian honeymoon or vacation. This small island is known as one of the most romantic travel destinations in Zanzibar.

Stone City

In the middle of Zanzibar, a stone city, there is a spiral of narrow alleys complete with a collection of palaces, mosques, and small shops. Come here for a night or two and stay in a small hotel or business house that has been converted into a hotel and enjoy the amazing atmosphere.
Come here for a night or two and stay in a small hotel or business house that has been converted into a hotel and enjoy the amazing atmosphere of this place. Visiting Chole Island Marine Park near the stone town, prison, and Snake Island is a fun and popular day trip to the area.
Within two or three hours of a drive of the stone city, the beautiful and dazzling “Nungwi” like a magnet attracts tourists. Go diving to enjoy the lively rural atmosphere and beaches of Nungwi; there are many adventures waiting for you.

Southwest of Zanzibar

To the south of the rocky city, the Fumba Peninsula is one of the friendliest and most relaxing parts of the island, with a pleasant silence and few tourists, a relaxing environment. The beaches of this part of Zanzibar have won the award of nature-friendly resorts on the island of “Chumbe”. On the south coast of Zanzibar, you can see the protected area of Menai Bay, a safe haven for endangered sea turtle species.

Kenya, a combination of relaxation and excitement

Diani beach

Diani beach

The pristine beach, the exciting nightlife, and the countless beach activities of Diani beach are spectacular. Diani Island, wide, white, and very long, is located among the coconut palm trees. The coral reefs here protect the beaches from the danger of heavy storm surges and provide ideal swimming or diving conditions.
Beach cafes provide a variety of snacks. After dark, the best beach nightclubs are active in Kenya. Diani beach also offers a combination of adventure travel in Africa and surfing; This is possible at the Shimba Hills or Villowang Elephant Natural Habitat, just over an hour from the island.
Diani is also known as the hub of adventure sports, famous for surfing with kypros, skydiving, and deep-sea fishing. Overnight stays offer guests many options, From cheap hotels and simple guesthouses to high-end hotels such as the Afro Chic Hotel or high-end private villas such as Al-Fajiri.

Chale Island

The Sands at Chale Island Resort will provide activities such as kayaking among the mangrove trees. Kenya’s only private residence is less than the length of a football field on land, but you feel it is millions of miles away.
Nestled between coral reefs and thick tropical vegetation, the island has a main beach and several small private beaches where only your footprints are left on the sand! Of course, except for the traces of amphibian fins. This is because Chale Island is home to several endangered sea turtle species.

Tunisia, for history lovers seeking relaxation

Sidi Bousaid

Sidi Bousaid

Sidi Bousaid is a small and clean city in Tunisia, where the architecture of blue and white houses and its unique atmosphere are its main tourist attractions. It is best known for its soothing beaches and blue and white buildings. The “historical center” (Centro Storico) of this small town is where all its traditions and unique features come together in one place. As you walk the streets, you pass mosques and bazaars, and in addition to enjoying the spectacular architecture of the city, you can also taste fresh and delicious local food.
Palace Dar Nejma Ezzahra, Dar El Annabi, the Carthage city, and its ruins, Antonin Baths, Archaeological Park, and St. Louis Church are the other historical attractions of Tunisia. The coastal city of La Marsa is located next to Sidi Bousaid, and most of the wealthy Tunisians choose this city for their holidays. It is only a few steps away from the blue sky and the sea throughout the day, and you like to spend all your time outside and near the Mediterranean.

Have you found your favorite place to travel after COVID 19 CoronaVirus got over? We’ve chosen Namibia! Let us know about your choice in the comments. Please inform us if you know other places to travel after corona; that would be the next subject we will talk about. Enjoy your time in Africa!

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