Travelling can change someone’s life, firstly, by being exposed to a new environment and a new destination that you have never set your foot on before. Your mind can entirely open-up from such experiences. Before the Pandemic- coronavirus, the world had it hard still. From the Sri Lankan attacks, the Amazon burning, riots in Hong Kong, Venice flooding fires in Australia. Art in Voyage is all about support to other small businesses, when we start traveling again, these above-mentioned destinations should be in your mind, for the support of their local and national tourism and to regain their strength to the worldwide tourism.
Bryon bay, Australia
This small town is located on the North Coast of the Australian state of New South Wales. The main selling points for this beach town are the laid back pace and beautiful beaches, which are still appealing very well to international travelers and locals. Regardless of the need for travelers to support Australia’s tourism, Byron bay has more reasons for travelers to visit this beach town. This hinterland is worth exploring, with its green rolling hills, fertile farmlands, historic towns, rainforest, scenic and cultural contrast to Bryon’s Bay beach lifestyle. Lunch or Dine at Local eateries? Definitely the right choice, you won’t regret the choice of local restaurants in Byron bay. All the best cafes and restaurants in Byron bay and its surrounds pride themselves on serving local produce
The Amazon, Brazil
The Amazon basin is the largest tropical rainforest in the world, covering a size of approximately equal to the lower 48 United States. These rainforests have been providing food to the native people and its biodiversity for over a thousand years. Just before the pandemic-coronavirus, this region experienced the largest fires in history, burning over 900 000 hectares of forest. A visit by international travelers in the Amazon could have a positive impact on the rainforest environments, community, and fighting against deforestation. This is one of the reasons to visit Amazon rainforests, not to mention the luxury hotels and the lodges overlooking the rivers and biodiversity.
This Island country is located in the Indian Ocean, South Asia. Sri Lanka is notorious for its great rugged beaches, historical Buddhist temples, Culture, Tea Plantations on the hills, Spice gardens, and botanical gardens. In 2019 the country suffered a lot of stress and trauma, due to the 2019 Easter attacks across the country. This had a massive negative impact on the countries economy, tourism industry, and the communities at large. After 2019 Easter’s terror attacks rocked the country, intuitive spaces and community projects are digging deep and giving back, proving that there’s now even more reason to return to Sri Lanka. The girl power projects could be one of the reasons for one visit Sri Lanka, supporting the SeaSisters – A Midigama based nonprofit empowering girls with swim and surf lessons, teaching ocean safety and environmental awareness.