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3 Tips for Your Next Vacation

  • December 1, 2021
  • By Nick Vincent
3 Tips for Your Next Vacation

The reality is the pandemic is still here, so many of us will be traveling in the middle of it. While many countries have now opened up, and it’s almost business as normal, some things are different. You may prefer to buy a property to vacation at, rather than renting, if it’s in your budget for health and safety reasons. It’s important to keep your hygiene standards up while traveling, small changes like sanitizing your phone and carrying hand sanitizer can make a big difference. Here are my top 3 tips for your next vacation, hopefully, they help you prepare for your next adventure.

1. Find the Right Property
When traveling, where you’ll stay can make such a big difference to the overall feel of your vacation. You’re going to want to choose something that’s comfortable for your group size, and in a good location. For example, if you’re heading to the parks at Orlando, you’re going to want to book into some Orlando Resorts that have all the amenities you’d need but are close by the parks. Some people have even chosen to invest in their own holiday property due to the pandemic, in order to reduce the risk of exposure and still be able to travel and have some kind of normalcy. You can learn more about some beautiful properties for sale if this is of interest to you. 

2. Stay on Top of Your Hygiene
It can be harder to keep on top of your hygiene routines when you’re in and out of airports, and staying in different places. But there are small things you can do each day to help reduce your exposure risk. The biggest thing you can do is use a mask. But beyond that regular hand washing and sanitizing can help too. I’ve seen some places out and about that have special charging stations that also have built-in UV filters for sanitizing, you can click here to learn more about them. 

3. Be Flexible
Travel is going to be different now than how it was a few years ago. Many airlines have reduced their service, cut routes, and are short-staffed. It’s important to be flexible when you’re traveling now, if possible you should travel a few days before a special event to provide yourself with some cushion in the case of canceled flights or other delays. Airport staff has also been impacted, too, so I’ve heard more people dealing with lost luggage than before. For this reason, I suggest packing all your essentials in your carry-on. 

Traveling is one of life’s greatest adventures. I hope these tips help ensure you have a safe and fun trip. 

By Nick Vincent, December 1, 2021