Finally, 2020 has come to an end, and now, hopefully, we can get our lives back to normal as we cautiously make our way into 2021. For us here at C&C Travel Hub, a normal life is that of destinations, experiences, and memory making.
As the onslaught of the pandemic began, countries all over the world immediately placed restrictions on travel. And now, nearly a year later, some governments, and their respective travel companies, are just now starting to loosen the grip on one of the world’s most enjoyable industries.
The sand in 2020’s hourglass is running low, and most of us are thrilled to finally put an end to this extremely tumultuous year. With that being said, the anticipation of a better, freer 2021 couldn’t be more exciting.
In the United States, there are well over 400 national parks, protected lands, monuments, and other areas managed by the National Park Service. These sites are not only national treasures, but are also tourist attractions as well as popular destinations for domestic travelers and school groups.
Soon, you will be returning to checking off items from your travel bucket list and the only distancing you will be thinking of is that between where you are now and where you want to be.
Are you planning a trip for when the world reopens? These incredible places in Japan are perfect for IG-worthy pics, travel bloggers, foodies, and backpackers!
Is a post-pandemic road trip on your list of things to do this summer? If so, these U.S. cities should be marked in red on your map!
Philippine passport holders can stay in the beautiful country for 30 days without requiring a visa.