A great philosopher Aristotle says, 

“Man is a social animal by nature.” That means he can neither live in isolation nor one place only. Man is inherently a rambler as long as the life moves so, does he? No one (even COVID19) can put an end to his mobility unless death takes him away. 

Discovering new travel sites and observing different cultures, rituals, and lifestyles are only possible when one travels. Below are some of the traveling benefits:

It is a magical remedy for stress, anxiety, and depression. When a person goes out for an expedition, he quickly forgets his worries and distresses. It helps ensure his inner peace too.

The good news is that there is still hope. There are still some spots where he can stroll around freely.

Thankfully, these following countries have never reported even a single case(COVID-free countries).

Before visiting the sites, read google travel advisory to protect yourself from COVID 19. 

Turkmenistan

Located in Central Asia and has a sparsely populated region, Turkmenistan is an ancient country famous for its architecture and archaeological sites. Unfortunately, in the 13th century, the Mongols destroyed the city. Today, it is a touchstone of an ancient civilization.

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Ashgabat, the capital city of Turkmenistan, is an embodiment of architecture. Laced with modern marble and golden monuments, the city’s apartment buildings augment its beauty and attract many tourists every year. 

The Darvaza Gas Crater:

Another tour spot Darvaza gas crater, aka gate of hell, is a natural gas field collapsed into a cavern located in Derweze. To stop the spread of methane gas, the geologists deliberately set it on fire. As a result, it has been burning continuously since 1971. The place catches the attention of a large number of explorers by its wonderstruck ambiance. Before planning your visit, it’s essential to talk to a travel agency.

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Yangykala: Cliffs and Landscape of Canyons:

Once underwater, Yangykala was the ground of an ancient ocean. Once that ocean had dried, it left behind a rocky surface. The multiple yet inspirational colors give Yangykala Canyon a mysterious look. The place gets attention because of its strange landscapes.

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North Korea

The country has reportedly saved herself from the malignant virus. Standing on the Northern part of the Korean Peninsula, North Korea offers a diverse range of tourist spots. Regrettably, tourism is tightly controlled by the North Korean Government. Therefore, only 4000 to 6000 tourists annually visit the country. 

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The world heritage sites include Complex of Koguryo Tombs, Historic Monuments and Sites in Kaesong and Caves in Kujang Area.

The famous spots of this country are Arch of Triumph, Central Botanical Gardens, Central zoo, Changgwang Health Complex, Chollima Statue, and Grand People’s Study House, etc.

Marshall Islands

It is one of the least visited countries on the globe. Geographically, the country is a component of the larger island group of Micronesia. The Marshall Islands are a gaggle of atolls and reefs inside the Pacific, somewhere between Hawaii and Australia. Consequently, the Marshall Islands contains two island chains of 30 atolls and 1,152 islands, of low coral limestone and sand. Moreover, swimsuit and Enewetak are previous U.S. atomic test locales.

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Micronesia

The Federated States of Micronesia spreads over the western Pacific. It involves 600 islands. Micronesia comes into being from 4 island states Pohnpei, Kosrae, Chuuk, and Yap. The nation includes palm-concealed seashores, wreck-filled jumps, and antiquated vestiges. As a result, it also includes Nan Madol, indented basalt sanctuaries, and internment vaults connected to a tidal pond on Pohnpei.

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Nauru

Some time ago, Nauru alluded to as Nauru, an island nation and microstate in Micronesia, a subregion of Oceania, inside the Central Pacific. Therefore, Its closest neighbor is Banaba Island in Kiribati, 300 km (190 mi) toward the east. With just a 21 km2 (8.1 sq mi) region, Nauru is that the third-littlest nation inside the world behind Vatican City, and Monaco, making it the humblest republic. Moreover, its populace of 10,670 is the world’s second-littlest, after Vatican City.

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Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands, a country of numerous islands inside the South Pacific, has diverse WWII-period locales. Guadalcanal, a territory and one among the archipelago’s biggest islands, praises fallen Allied troopers at its U.S. War Memorial. Furthermore, Guadalcanal is home to the country’s capital, Honiara, whose clamoring Central Market features the islands’ produce and customary crafted works.

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Tonga

Tonga includes 170 South Pacific islands, numerous uninhabited, generally lined in white seashores and coral reefs, and secured with tropical rainforest. Tongatapu consists of tidal ponds and limestone precipices. It’s home to the provincial capital of Nuku’alofa, likewise as seashore resorts, ranches. This way the Ha’amonga ʻa Maui, a beautiful coral entryway from the 1200s.

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