The Best States to Travel to Right Now: An Expert's Guide

Traveling is a great way to explore the world and experience new cultures. But with the current pandemic, it's important to be mindful of safety protocols and social distancing. To help you plan your next trip, we've compiled a list of the best states to travel to right now. Glacier Park in Montana is a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

Spanning over 1 million acres, the park features lush rainforest, cedar trees, meadows full of wildflowers, glacier-carved peaks, shimmering lakes, and plenty of hiking trails. You can enjoy activities like ice fishing, snowshoeing, rowing, and more than 700 kilometers of hiking trails. In winter, the park is perfect for cross-country skiing. Mountaineering, climbing, and cycling are popular off-season activities.

July and August are the best times to visit Glacier Park. The average daily temperature is 80°F (although it can be lower at higher elevations).The San Juan Islands in Washington State are a great place to relax and enjoy nature. In July, these idyllic islands are green and lush with sandy beaches and towering mountains in the background. Although they're most visited in summer, they're still relatively quiet and unspoiled.

Plus, this time of year is known for its massive 4th of July fireworks displays and large farmers' markets. The islands enjoy a mild climate all year round with temperatures rarely exceeding 70°F or falling below 40°F. So it's rarely a bad time to visit the islands, and there are outdoor activities available throughout the year. If you like cycling, you'll find plenty of trails for beginners and advanced riders alike. San Francisco is one of the most spectacular cities in the United States.

It's known for its international culture, nightlife, shopping, gastronomic diversity, art scene, fashion trends, and more. Despite its enormous size in terms of attractions and services, San Francisco is geographically small so you can visit most of its main services in a single day. Fort Lauderdale in Florida is another great destination for spring breakers. It's famous for its beaches, nightlife, and world-class events. You can explore the historic district or shop on Las Olas Boulevard before taking a gondola ride between the canals or a water taxi ride from Fort Lauderdale to see the mansions and yachts that line “millionaire row”.

The weather is warm enough to sunbathe on its pristine white sand beaches or swim in its crystal clear waters. You can also participate in water activities such as snorkeling, diving, or taking a yacht ride across the Gulf to explore national parks rich in wildlife. Hilton Head Island in South Carolina is an ideal place for a family vacation. Located between Savannah and Charleston, this 12-mile barrier island offers a less crowded environment than these two popular destinations. In springtime you'll find beautiful beaches and small-town atmosphere as well as family-friendly museums, boutiques in Harbour Town, and local restaurants serving delicious Southern fare. Catskills in New York State is a great option if you're looking for a day trip destination.

The Catskills stretch from the Hudson Valley to the Appalachian Mountains and offer luxurious ski resorts, unlimited outdoor recreation opportunities, charming villages, breathtaking views, 98 peaks (the Eastern Mountains are higher in elevation while the Western Mountains flatten on the Allegheny Plateau), hiking trails, lakes, waterfalls and rivers. Fairbanks in Alaska is another great destination if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of urban life. Known as the “nerve center of Alaska's interior and the Arctic” Fairbanks offers world-class hotels and restaurants as well as museums, historic sites and stunning natural beauty. Spring is considered the best time to visit Fairbanks because despite the snow days are longer and sunnier. Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas has 47 hot springs that produce some of the highest quality non-volcanic geothermal springs in the United States. It's perfect for warming up during winter because its bathhouses are indoors.

The park also has more than 30 miles of hiking trails through the stunning Ouachita Mountains as well as scenic drives, hot water waterfalls, picnic areas and campgrounds at Gulpha Gorge Recreation Area & Campground. The Grand Canyon in Arizona is one of America's most iconic natural wonders with its copper-colored rock strata carved by the Colorado River reflecting billions of years of history and hiding numerous unique species. Summer is usually the busiest season for visitors but if you're looking for fewer crowds you can visit during springtime.

Chandra Klingerman
Chandra Klingerman

Amateur food evangelist. Amateur beer advocate. Incurable zombie scholar. Extreme food trailblazer. Far horizon trailblazer.

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