Top Covid- safe and best Domestic holiday destinations


The world is a land of diversity with some of the state-of-the art sceneries and mesmerizing places with a mix of culture, cuisine, and varied landscapes. While the world, houses a plethora of well-known tourist attractions, it also has a number of lesser explored jewels that, for sure will leave everyone awestruck delight.

With the coronavirus spreading its reach in different parts of the world, concerned governments of different countries have laid guidelines and norms to be followed both by travellers as well as locals. However, people who are fully vaccinated are still positive about their trip and have not lost hope while planning a family trip. As far as the restrictions are concerned several state governments have laid special regulatory norms for visitors to be followed.

Here’s the list of some of the top covid-safe holiday destinations that you can still try:

  • Neemrana

The palace is a magnificent ruin that has been transformed into an amazing resort near Delhi. It now possesses several rooms and suites that scream heritage and culture all round the corner and it is spread out across 14 levels dug into the hill. The pool and health spa, an amphitheater, the hanging gardens with a salon, a café with a roof-top garden, and conference halls rooms with special suites affording spectacular views of the Fort-Palace are all located in the additional wings. Following Covid’s safety procedures, this is one of the safest places for a tour with your family.

  • Vijayawada , Andhra Pradesh

Vijayawada is nothing short of amazing, from the towering gopurams that dot the old town to ancient rock-cut caves, majestic temples, gardens, forts, museums, and breathtaking bridges. The Undavalli Caves, thought to have been created by the Gupta dynasty between the 4th and 5th centuries, are a must-see for every visitor. A short stroll from the caverns takes you to a tranquil place with breathtaking views of the Krishna River. The spectacular three-story Kondapalli Fort is well worth a few hours of your time.

  • Pushkar, Rajasthan

Popularly known as the king of all the pilgrims, Tirtha- Raj, Pushkar has five holy pilgrimage sites. A land full of visitors, Pushkar offers nothing less than sense of joy and peace for visitors. 

Though the weather is excellent throughout the year, most visitors visit Pushkar from October to March, avoiding the summer and monsoon months. However, the town’s monsoon season, which runs from July to September, provides a stunning panorama.

  • Agra

Agra, Taj Mahal, and India all three are synonymous. Beauty of Agra, and within it the beauty of Taj Mahal cannot be neglected when it comes to tourist places for family vacation. Agra offers visitors a glimpse into a magnificent past with a rich history, as seen by the numerous monuments strewn across the city.

  • Puducherry

Puducherry, formerly Pondicherry, is the greatest spot to go for a laid-back, relaxed vacation, and it was formerly one of the safest and most economical destinations to visit. Taking cabs, bikes, or even walking can be a relaxing way to explore the tiny 20 sq. km Union Territory. There are a variety of options for lodging, ranging from low-cost options to beautiful French villas that have been converted into hotels.

  • Munroe Island, Kerala

The palm-fringed, naturally decorated Munroe is a hidden gem and the perfect escape from Alleppey’s bustling crowds. Start with a relaxing canoe journey through the most beautiful and stunning waterways, stunning lagoons, lush green state-of-the art coconut plantations, and small yet beautiful bridges. Finish your trek with a cool dip in the river. The Munroe Island Lake Resort is a beautiful island hideaway, with friendly residents and scrumptious fresh fish specialties. 


For travel lovers, this is not the time to feel bad about the Covid guidelines that is grooming the travel industry, instead it is the time of New Year and you have like blessings in disguise opportunity to enjoy places within your nation without bothering much about your pocket.


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