After staying home or exploring your home state more during these past few months, it’s understandable to want to travel post COVID! We’re here to highlight some ICONIC places to visit once it is safe to do so. Get ready to start picturing yourself laying out on these white sand beaches as you gaze out towards the sparkling blue water.
Americans are allowed to travel to a handful of islands in the Caribbean as of right now. Some require negative COVID-19 tests before entry, while others are not as strict. Some islands that are open to American travelers are listed here. The Caribbean Islands offer much to do from sightseeing and lounging around the beach to hiking volcanoes and ziplining through lush greenery.
This hike takes about 45 minutes to complete and only .6 miles long. It’s great for families or people who don’t like vigorous hikes. The trail has lookout platforms with 360 views of the majestic greenery and beautiful blue waters.
2. Snorkel in Trunk Bay, St. John
Trunk Bay is one of the most photographed spots on the island because of its white sand beaches and turquoise water. There is an underwater snorkeling trail with plaques to educate snorkelers about the sea life there.
Fun fact: You can burn up to 300 calories an hour snorkeling!
3. Kayak Bio Bay, Laguna Grande Nature Reserve in Fajardo, Puerto Rico
Bio Bay is a bioluminescent bay located in Puerto Rico. There are only a few spots in the world where you can experience this bioluminescent phenomenon, making this spot very special. There are multiple different night time kayaking tours of the bay, which allow travelers to see the sparkling blue trails from microorganisms light up the water as you paddle.
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