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Safest Places to Visit in India After COVID-19 Pandemic Ends 

by Roberto Chevalier

The global pandemic has crippled the tourism industry. There are millions of people who have lost everything as the travel and tourism restrictions were put on the people. Just like the people running the businesses related to tourism, the actual tourists are devastated. Most of the travelers are feeling trapped inside their homes due to the nationwide travel restrictions. Fortunately, after six months of strict lockdown, we see some relief in the traveling norms. 

Fortunately, not all places in India have a major breakout of Coronavirus. As the numbers of COVID patients are quite low, the major cities and the states are open for tourism. But, if you are currently planning to travel to the safest place in India to visit after the Coronavirus pandemic ends, you are at the right place. We’ve done the research and listed a few cities and travel destinations that are safest in India, and you can visit the same after this pandemic ends. 

Safest Travel Destinations in India 

The nationwide travel ban will be lifted once there is a full proof coronavirus vaccine is available to the public. That’s why it’s essential for us to prepare ourselves in advance for the next travel adventure. Here are the safest places in India where you can travel to enjoy the holidays. 

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#1 – Uttarakhand 

The state of Uttarakhand is currently the safest place in India to travel. The travel restrictions in Uttarakhand are lifted, and you can travel to the state if you are COVID negative. Even before the pandemic started, Uttarakhand was considered as one of the safest places in India to visit due to friendly locals, accessibility, and the presence of the military in nearby hills. Currently, there are very few cases of Coronavirus in the State, and that’s why the government has decided to lift the travel restrictions. 

#2 – Andaman and Nicobar Islands 

The islands of Andaman and Nicobar are isolated from the mainland. They are far away from the mainland and are comparatively safe from the coronavirus outbreak. That’s a good thing, as the state of Andaman and Nicobar has lifted all of the travel restrictions. As there are very few cases, you can be sure that this place is very safe to visit. Just take a ferry boat or flight to the islands and explore the beautiful nature, clean beaches and do the famous water sport activities to enjoy your trip. Currently, Andaman and Nicobar are one of the least affected states in India by Coronavirus. 

#3 – Goa 

The Goa government is tackling the Coronavirus efficiently. There are very few places in the state where there are active COVID patients. That’s why it’s one of the safest places in India to visit after the lockdown ends. Almost every person in the hotel and tourism industry is aware of the risks and taking the utmost care to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. Also, the four months strict lockdown in the state has helped nature to heal and become more beautiful. So, you can go to see a new rejuvenated state of Goa when you travel to the place. Also, as there are fewer tourists, you can fully enjoy every corner of the state without worrying about the crowd.