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The Covid-19 pandemic has forced the world to think differently.
In some cases, this forced new thinking is quite imaginative. We believe that one such area, in the near future, will be travel.
There are two potential sides to the future of travel. An increasing level of specificity or, more probably, a restriction to the options of destinations that we will be able to visit.
For the time being, at least, we may have to explore on a more local level. So, let’s take a look at some ideas for trips in the UK during the Coronavirus crisis.
A campervan just might be the perfect way to take a trip during the Coronavirus pandemic as it’s about as socially isolated as you can get.
Our top tip is to stock up on provisions and take the road less travelled avoiding the more popular tourist hot spots in order to keep well away from crowds.
A Day Out At The Beach
But, the UK has miles upon miles of remote coastline to explore in almost complete isolation.
Pack a picnic and get out into the lesser travelled seaside spots for a day out during the pandemic. A reminder, emergency services such as lifeguards might not be available, so avoid venturing into potentially unsafe waters.
A Visit to London
Okay, London might not be first on the list as a place to visit right now, but there are plenty of open spaces in the city in which social distancing can easily be observed.
The city has literally hundreds of parks and green spaces. So, if the weather is looking nice, then there is no reason at all not to explore some of the capital’s hidden spaces.
Just be sure to avoid taking public transport, which might be crowded, and be ready to change your plan if it feels like others around you aren’t respecting the rules of social distancing.
A Drive to North Wales
North Wales is home to some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery and is a perfect destination for a weekend getaway.
As one of the more sparsely populated regions of the country, North Wales offers a unique opportunity for visitors to explore a true wilderness without having to put up with large crowds.
Places such as Snowdon, however, can become busy when the weather is favourable. So, be sure to think outside the box when planning for things to do when you’re there.
Scotland and The NC500
One of the biggest problems with holidaying during the Pandemic is that you come into contact with more people, which increases your chances of both spreading and contracting the virus.
So, why not consider a road trip to one of the least populated places in the UK.
As an important reminder, check up on the latest news before embarking on a long-distance trip as rules are changing on a daily basis.
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