Safest Places To Travel in 2021

  • Publish date: Monday، 31 May 2021
Safest Places To Travel in 2021
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Don’t we all miss travelling? Especially after the world went into chaos starting early 2020. However, since the distribution of vaccines, some countries have reopened their borders to foreign tourists, as safety is now a top priority for all travellers.  

While conditions can change in a time of hurry, there are a handful of potential destinations that stand out when it comes to offering travelers both protection and peace of mind.

Here is a list of the safest places to travel in 2021:

  • Canada

Everything you need to know to visit Canada

Canada ranked as the world's safest place across all three age groups, with millennials, middle-aged and mature travelers all in agreement.

  • New Zealand

Welcome to New Zealand | Official site for Tourism New Zealand

New Zealand’s well response to the Covid-19 outbreak crisis is witnessed worldwide. New Zealand is listed at a Level 1 travel advisory.

  • Australia

​​​​​​​Australia is looking at the possibility of vaccine passports | Times of  India Travel

Since we have mentioned New Zealand, of course Australia marks its place on the list.

  • Greece

​​​​​​​Greece emphasises it will be open to all tourists this summer

Greece is also listed as one of the top safest places to visit this 2021 in various surveys. Found in and around the Mediterranean Sea, you will surely enjoy your travel to Greece. This is where you are most likely to find the most stunning landscapes that you can only imagine. 

  • Costa Rica

​​​​​​​Costa Rica (Travel Restrictions, COVID Tests & Quarantine Requirements) -  Wego Travel Blog

Another safe place to travel this 2021 is in Costa Rica because there are lots of outdoor activities that you can explore in this amazing destination. This means that you won’t get to be confined indoors where the transmission rate of the virus is higher.

Remember to take all precautions for your safety and the safety of others!

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