The Best Vacation Destinations For After COVID-19 Ends

While we wait for the end of social distancing, who say's you can't start planning ahead?

Rachel McMahon
Created by Rachel McMahon
On Aug 31, 2020

With coronavirus holding us back, the urge to travel is building up inside of us, almost ready to burst. Family traveling is not something that always ends up being easy to do. In any family, big or small, there are so many different ages and interests that it can be hard to satisfy every single person, however, there ARE places that can get close to pleasing everyone.

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Choose some great destinations while sailing away on a Disney Cruise

Don't be fooled, Disney Cruises aren't just fun for the kids. Parents get something great with Disney Cruises too - peace of mind. There are highly-trained employees there to help entertain kids and even take them off your hands from time to time. Disney is known to provide some magical experiences for adults and children alike.

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Soak up sun and fun in Gulf Shores, Alabama

On top of having a beautiful beach, Gulf Shores is known for it's spectacular accommodations, rentals, and award-winning restaurants. When visiting the shoreline, you can expect one-of-a-kind attractions like championship golf, nature trails, water sports, and amusement parks for a variety of family fun!

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Experience the thrills at Cedar Point, Ohio

Cedar Point, aka the roller coaster capital of the world, would make a great travel destination for the most daring families. There are 18 world class roller coasters that await you in Sandusky, Ohio, along with rides for younger kids. And don't forget about grabbing some park grub!

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Hike till you can't no more in the Canadian Rockies

There's something very special about the breathtaking views at both Banff and Jasper National Parks. Take the family camping at this Canadian national parks and everyone will fall in love with nature even more than before. There are endless amounts of things to see and do!

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Travel to California's second largest city, San Diego

Known to be home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the country, San Diego offers 70 miles of shoreline for you and your family to explore. If you're sick of catching rays at the beach, you can find lots of family-fun at Balboa Park, where many museums and the San Diego Zoo are located.

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Slide on over to Wisconsin Dells for some water park adventures

Wisconsin Dell is home to more water parks per capita than anywhere on the planet. The water parks there are said to have the biggest, fastest and wettest water rides and slides in the world. Not to mention the smaller water park attractions for the younger ones. There are both amazing indoor and amazing outdoor water parks, so although Wisconsin can get cold in the winter season, you can still have a blast!

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Say Aloha to Oahu, Hawaii

Practically visiting anywhere in Hawaii would be a spectacular trip, but there is something very special about Oahu. With the world class beaches and the history of Pearl Harbor, it's hard to not pick this island to visit. Oahu serves up big city fun in a small island setting and offers the best of both worlds with a tropical vegetation and also a lively night scene.

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Seek adventure and explore around in the country of Belize

Visitors to Belize can expect many unique experiences that the whole family can enjoy. Cave tubing, snorkeling, jungle explorations, and exploring cute towns are a few of the things you can look forward to on your visit. Belize will for sure give you and your family a sense of adventure.

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Have a fun city adventure in Chicago, Illinois

The Windy City is known to have a variety of experiences for a variety of people. There are educational and entertaining stops for the young ones such as the Shedd Aquarium and the Museum of Science and Industry. There are incredible shopping spots all around the city, and specifically on Michigan Ave. On top of that, there are incredible restaurants and visiting Chicago will allow you to get a piece (or a few pieces) of the world-known Chicago style deep dish pizza.

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Live it up in Ocean City, Maryland

In Ocean City, you can find a hotel on the beach or rent a house nearby. The Ocean City Boardwalk is known to be one of the best in the United States. There is even a Jolly Roger amusement park on the boardwalk that will bring lots of fun.

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Come discover Atlantis

This vacation-resort in the Bahamas has lots to offer for those of all different ages. There is a casino, a 141-acre water park, 11 pools, beaches, the world's largest open-air marine habitat, and more! Your family will be begging to go back.

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Experience the snow in Keystone Resort, Colorado

With over 3,000 acres, Keystone Resort is spread across three Rocky Mountain peaks and is a winter-playground for individuals of all ages. This ski resort is a fun place for everyone, from beginners to experts. There is so much to see and do even for those who don't see the interest in skiing, including yoga, sleighing, snow tubing, snowshoeing, and skating.

Which of these places would you like to visit?

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