Why traveling with friends is good for your health

Scientific facts that prove how travel is connected to good health

Struggling with work, family, or life in general? Feeling anxious, overwhelmed, or even a bit depressed? Do not hesitate – clear your agenda and embark on a trip with your best friends. If someone says anything, here’s the perfect reason: your health needs a minibreak, and doing so with your most trusted friends is the way to heal, according to scientists.

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11 Dream destinations after COVID-19 [part 2]

Where to go when the pandemic is over? 11 travel bloggers share their hints

By various authors

When we publish this, the world has more than 4 million official cases of COVID-19 confirmed. More than 278,000 lost their lives and 28% of that was in the United States. In Europe, where we are based, it’s not over yet, but we are starting to unconfine phase by phase and that makes our eyes sparkle again. So, where will we travel to when we can? We asked that question to travel bloggers. Spain, Sardinia, Israel, New York and so much more were included in the first part of this collab.  Now 11 bloggers share their wishes to visiting (or revisiting) other amazing destinations.

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8 Dream destinations after COVID-19 [part 1]

Where do you daydream to travel to after the pandemic? Travel bloggers share their ideas

By various authors

Not surprisingly, the travel industry is one of the most affected by the coronavirus pandemic. While Europe and other countries have international travel shut down or heavily restricted, some airlines simply stopped flying and most of us are told to, at least, practice social-distancing. However, we are still dreaming of traveling. We wish to explore the most breathtaking landscapes and enjoy glorious vacations. So at Trip Trip Now we asked travel bloggers to share their thoughts about the best places to go and to tell what can be of interest to other fellow travellers.

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Ecotourism in Brazil: Capitólio, Minas Gerais

Waterfalls, canyons, and outdoor adventure make Capitólio a must-see in South America

Text and photos by Ana Beatriz Marin

Travelers from all over the world, especially the ones seeking for ecotourism and outdoor adventure, start to hear about Capitólio, in Brazil. With 521 square kilometers of extension and just over 8,000 inhabitants, this small town, 284 kilometers away from Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais), attracts attention for its precious and magnificent natural landscapes. Located within the limits of the Serra da Canastra National Park, the town has absolutely stunning waterfalls, lagoons, and canyons.

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Amorgós, the most charming non-touristy Greek island

This Mediterranean island is (still) far from massive tourism

After spending a few days in Athens and Donoussa, one of the tiniest and nearly inhabited of the Cyclades Islands, we headed to Amorgós, perhaps one of the most charming pieces of land in the Aegean Sea. Amorgós was recommended by Greek friends as an island out of massive tourist reach and that still keeps the traditional Greek lifestyle, yet with lively bars, cozy cafés and restaurants, and good hotels. That is exactly what we found.

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