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Kedarnath will be ideal to offer prayer to god for being alive till now.
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Lets see when this after pandamic comes. then will decide whether to travel siberia or iceland.
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Valley of Flowers
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North east and sikkim
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Kedarnath
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Better to travel in India.
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You should look for the near by rural tourism places especially the less visited spots / natural spots before traveling far from your base.
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India ....you never know when there is another wave of this virus and border closes.
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Spiti or ladakh
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Chandigarh n nearby hilstations are the safest
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You can check my travel blog on instagram in case you want to know about the places
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Personally, if you haven't already been, I would recommend Japan. There's something for everyone in this beautiful country. Here's a link to my post on visiting Tokyo: https://www.tripoto.com/trip/7-days-in-tokyo-5f2c5c8fa3084
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I suggest you to travel in India. It's not a one-day Pandemic. It will go slowly. I don't think you would like to take chance out of India. Have you ever in Rajasthan? I think you will love Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Jaipur.
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Traveling anywhere would be the same... depends on the vaccine availability and restart of tourism and flights... your options could be: In India, you can go to Kerala, Rajasthan or North East India... all worth your time. outside India would be South East Asian countries, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Scotland, Norway... would depend on your budget.
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