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Searching for where is it safe to travel this summer? New York's more remote destinations outside the city are perfect for safe summer vacations
If you're living in New York, you've made it through one of the toughest Coronavirus outbreaks in the United States. After sheltering in place for months and with the current state of things, you may be itching to do something new but wondering if it's smart to travel. Any travel now, be it near or far, will be different from how it was before; face masks, sanitizing wipes, and hand gel may be permanent fixtures in our travels for the foreseeable future, but that doesn't mean it can't be safe to travel. If you're wondering will it be safe to travel this summer, the answer is yes; especially if you go glamping. Find out where is it safe to go on vacation this summer, in New York, and stay close to home. Forget about the stress of flying right now and all the other uncontrollable variables of long-distance travel, and book your summer vacations in New York. All you need to do is pick a NY vacation rental you love, pack your bags, and hop in the car! Discover some the best vacation spots in New York that you've never had time to see; from the Finger Lakes to the Hudson Valley, the Adirondacks to the Catskills, book your safe summer vacations with Glamping Hub.
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Where is it safe to travel this summer?
Once you get out of the Tri-State area and away from cities like NYC, New Rochelle, Albany, and the likes, you'll find many vacation spots in New York safe for travel. Upstate NY cabin rentals, cottages, tent camping sites, and even tree houses provide unique places to stay while you explore New York's great outdoors. Whether it's hiking in the Adirondacks or fishing on Lake George, visiting the wineries of the Finger Lakes or cycling the Hudson Valley, New York vacations this summer will be best spent outdoors. Be mindful of how you travel and move about, but don't let Coronavirus keep you indoors. This summer, it is possible to get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air without putting yourself or others at risk.