Many are wondering where to travel after the COVID-19 without putting their integrity at risk. Social isolation has wreaked havoc on many people who have a free spirit and need activities outside the home; in reality everyone for mental health should have leisure time.
That is why we have thought about making a list of Places to travel after the COVID-19 and that, as far as possible, puts people’s health at risk.
To achieve this goal, destinations must be places where you can carry out solo activities or small groups of people to avoid risk.
List of places to travel after Coronavirus
Jaén and San Ignacio coffee route: The provinces of Jaén and San Ignacio are the epicenter of a new tourist route that includes the production area of the emblematic (and aromatic) Cajamarca coffee.
Production not only meets national demand, but is exported to several countries in the region, including Colombia, where it has the luxury of competing with the famous local coffee.
The Salkantay trek: Sallqantay is Quechua and means ‘wild’ or ‘untamed’ and we can’t think of a better way to describe it. The Salkantay route can be done in 4 or 5 days, you walk through the mountain range until you cross the Salkantay pass, the highest point of the route, at 4,600 meters above sea level, and then enter the high jungle area. This is the most popular route after the Inca Trail but requires a better physical condition.
Huancavelica hot springs: The hot springs of San Cristóbal are found in the neighborhood that gives them the name, on the slopes of the Potoqchi hill, which belongs to the department of Huancavelica.
The hot springs of the Barrio de San Cristóbal are also part of a Tourist Complex where these baths are inserted. It is an attraction that has an Olympic pool, ideal for practicing different styles of swimming. It also presents a series of thermal pools, which are, in themselves, the main attraction of the complex.
Lobitos Beach in Piura: Thanks to the quality of its waves that are always accompanied by strong winds, Lobitos is an ideal beach for the professional practice of water sports: surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. One of the most important oil camps was built in Lobitos. Of Peru and South America, at the end of the XIX century and beginning of the XX century. Its name is due to the abundant presence of the sea lion.