Experts believe travel will be allowed this summer, while others fear it won’t be until 2021 because of coronavirus pandemic.
Travel in time of Pandemic: If you are growing quietly without shelter, you are not alone. It seems like everyone wins a little to quit, which is especially true for travel lovers.
Unfortunately, the future of the coronavirus pandemic is still unclear, so all you wandering around will have to wait months to resume your travel plans.
Some experts believe the travel will be allowed this summer, while others recommend a fall, while others fear it won’t be until 2021 as a result of the pandemic.
But you don’t have to wait that long to quit. Let’s take a look at how you can access the journey of the coronavirus.
Flying is probably a bad idea
It’s no secret that the airline industry has been hit hard by the pandemic, not just because international flights are banned.
Flying at any distance on an airplane can leave you vulnerable to viruses because the rooms are so small and restricted that it is almost impossible to distance yourself from others.
Most airlines have reduced the number of daily flights, so flying long distances can be a challenge. You are less likely to find a direct flight these days, so a trip from New York to Paris may have lasted 7.5 hours, and now it can cover two stops and take up to 15 hours!
In short, the airline may be off the table in the future.
While travelling between countries is sure to be a challenge, this summer presents a good opportunity to explore your backyard. Why not jump in the car and go up to the states? Or better yet, take the back roads. Plan a picnic by car.
Taking a daytime road trip this summer is a great way to get away from home, allowing you to return home overnight without staying at a health-compromising hotel. Make sure you follow local guidelines regarding virus protection.
Look at #VanLife
#VanLife is a growing culture that is ubiquitous on social media, with images of couples walking out of comfortable, sleeper vans.
This moment can be a great opportunity to see the country from the inside of a van, away from the monopoly of isolation, and save money on lodging by sleeping in your mobile bunker.
Returning to the pre-pandemic journey
Sorry, the truth is, nobody knows when or how the journey will return to its pre-epic glory. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get out of the nest.
Use the opportunity to make an unconventional journey, or at least get to know your neighbourhood a little better.