4 Types of Travel to Consider During the Age of Coronavirus
Wanting to travel but not sure what’s safe? Consider these four types of experiences.
When it comes to traveling amid the coronavirus era, there are many precautions that need to be taken, but that doesn’t mean the trip can’t still go on! So long as it’s done safely, you could be experiencing your first getaway in almost a year as soon as this month.
If you’re not sure where to start because you don’t know what’s safe, consider these four types of travel experiences that will allow you to get the most out of your trip while staying socially distant.
- Private luxury safari experiences
Need an experience that’s outdoors? Check. Also need to keep your distance from others? Check. With private luxury safari experiences, you’re not faced with crowded rooms and worries of being too close to others.
Better yet: Notiq Agency has you covered on this one. From July 9-18, 2021, a Wanderlust by Notiq experience to Kenya will allow you to escape from reality, have the ultimate wildlife experience, and keep your distance from others at the same time. Interested? Learn more here.
- Private small group travel
Overall, travel is going to make its return in smaller groups first. So why not embrace it? From private walking tours to charter flights to weekend trips, the opportunities are nearly endless—the biggest decision you have to make is who makes it into the group!
Notiq Agency’s Wanderlust by Notiq experiences are all centered around small group travel. On the calendar for this year are destinations like Costa Rica, Kenya, Dubai, Morocco, and Ghana.
- Ski vacations
Maybe you weren’t much of a skier before, but there’s no time like the present to try something new—especially if it gets you out of the house! The best part? It’s likely you don’t even have to step foot on a plane, with so many domestic destinations offering top-notch skiing and snowboarding opportunities (Colorado, Vermont, Utah, Wisconsin, the list goes on).
- Outdoor adventure travel
Are you picking up on the trend? Outdoor travel will be huge this year, and that includes everything from adrenaline-seeking activities such as paragliding, rock climbing (not the indoor kind!), or spelunking, to tranquil pastimes like kayaking, paddleboarding, or hiking. While it’s easy to feel like we’re stuck inside amid the pandemic, these easily accessible offerings can act as mini escapes until you feel safe taking flight once again.