My Travel Bucket List: 17 Places I Want To Visit Whenever COVID Is Over

I’m SO happy about the 35% of those fully vaccinated and those planning/intending/waiting for the first or second dose. We’re one step closer to tackling our travel bucket list. However, despite the CDC and Joe Biden are posting about not needing to wear masks, we still should. And we shouldn’t yet travel as if everything were back to normal.

  • People right now are still suffering from this pandemic, in this country and all over the world.
  • People who are immunocompromised can still get very sick.
  • Some people are not vaccinated and not wearing masks. Worse? They may have COVID.

With that said, it’s still only for the meantime. And I’ve been thinking about all of the fun places I want to visit one day (!!!) when things go back to normal. Ah, how nice vacation would be for all of us. Certainly, all of us could use one (or 37283).

Here are some of the places I want to go to that I haven’t been to yet! I guess you could call this my travel bucket list. (Part 1, since there are more places not listed here!)

Concept: you’re immersing in the culture and learning so much about the place while savoring the local food, listening to their music, and watch the beautiful sights.

Behold, in NO particular order:

Tokyo, Japan.

Bali, Indonesia.

Muscat, Oman.


Sydney, Australia.

Cape Town, South Africa.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Pray for our brothers and sisters in Palestine as well as in Israel. May the world simmer down soon and bring peace and health to all of us.

Havana, Cuba.

Hong Kong, China.

Copenhagen, Denmark.

Brasov, Romania.

The Grand Canyon, Arizona.

Ibiza, Spain.

Matterhorn, Switzerland.

Okay, I didn’t realize I’ve been here! A long time ago, when I was at a summer camp. It was awesome. I want to go again.

Banff, Canada.

Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Costa Rica.

I had way too much fun with this post! I hope this list got you excited to travel as it did to me😍. But for now, we can continue brainstorming the itinerary and donate to help out by donating to Project HOPE’s initiative to send relief to South Asia and people around the world. Want more travel guides? How about one for Boston, MA, or Los Angeles, California?