The last couple of years have been very trying for all involved and it is only now that the world is getting back on its feet due to Covid. One of the things that most of us have missed is the chance to travel and go on holiday.
For while a staycation is great, nothing can beat the feeling of heading to a new destination, feeling the sun on your face and experiencing new cultures, food and people. Heading back to travel after Covid can be tricky and many people likely feel very anxious and nervous about the thought of it. Whether it is to do with the new documents that you have to have, or the restrictions once you are there, it can feel a bit overwhelming. Here we have put together a few tips that should help you when it comes to travelling in the times of Covid.
Ensure you do your research ahead of time
Travel as we know it has changed and it is important that you prepare for this. Some countries have no restrictions, while some are still quite strict. Before booking anything, be sure to look into what country you are potentially visiting and see what their restrictions are. For example, some places still require masks everywhere (even though the UK doesn’t), you can’t dance in bars and their clubs are closed. Some restrictions won’t bother people so just look it up based on your own preferences and what you want from your break.
Consider adding some luxury to your trip
After being in lockdown for so long, many of us are looking to make the most of our trips and travel experiences. If you are wanting an extra special flying experience, why not charter a private fly via JetApp? This means you won’t be at risk of Covid19 so much as you won’t be travelling with lots of other people. You also will get treated like royalty with incredible one to one service – check out their faqs here.
Plan ahead of time as much as you can
It is always best to be prepared and venues or locations might have restrictions in place. Book tickets for things ahead of time to ensure you can get a slot and check if you need things such as a mask or a print out of your vaccine passport. Try and make sure you are as organised as possible to ensure you have the most stress free trip that you can.
These are just a few top tips that should help you with travelling in the times of Covid. While things have undoubtedly changed, if you can embrace the changes and go with the flow, you can have the best trip of your life. You need to be prepared that the trip might not be exactly how it was when you used to travel, but as long as you are ready for that, you will have a brilliant time. Where will you first be going once you travel again? Let us know in the comments!