Unique, Secluded Vacations are Trending During the Pandemic

Many of us haven’t had a vacation over the past year, as international travel hasn’t been possible and the pandemic has made it difficult to social distance while vacationing. But, travelers are finding ways to still vacation and instead of booking luxury hotels, they’re looking at unique and secluded vacation spots with one-of-a-kind experiences. Here’s how people are getting their travel fix during COVID-19.

Geodesic Domes

Made popular in the ’70s during the “back to the land” movement, domes are a fun alternative to classic cabins and shore houses. They also happen to be a great way to social distance and you’ll get some amazing Instagram photos in the process.

Tiny Houses

In the travel industry, there’s been a shift towards eco-friendly and cost-saving travel. These homes may be small, but they’re still equip with high-end furnishings and right in the center of nature.


We all dreamed of having treehouses when we were younger and these adult versions are far more comfortable and luxurious.


Have you ever thought of vacationing in caves? Cave rentals can be found in locations including Arkansas, Montana, Greece, and Italy and they have waterfalls, balconies, bathrooms, living rooms, and kitchens.

Train Travel

Train travel has actually increased during the pandemic and you can socially distance while riding trains with private sleepers.