Many of us aren’t travelling abroad this year, but there are lots of ways you can enjoy travel within your own country. Here are a few ideas for how to plan an exciting staycation at a time when international travel has been placed on pause. Exploring your own country doesn’t need to be dull!
You don’t have to head halfway around the world to travel. So many people completely ignore the country that they live in when planning their travels, but there is so much to see closer to home. Need convincing? Here are 7 reasons to convince you.
We may not be travelling much at the moment, but there are better ways to use these strange times than to mope and wallow. In between taking staycations and exploring your own country, take the time to plan those trips that you’ve always dreamt of taking. Planning a bucket list adventure takes time – something we currently have a lot of. Create a spreadsheet, dedicate a notebook, get pinning on Google Maps and start saving images of the places you want to visit on Pinterest or Instagram. Here are five bucket list trips that you should start planning for now, to build excitement for when travel opens back up.
If you are managing to travel at the moment, within your own country or to a location that is accessible via a travel bridge, you’re probably experiencing a different type of holiday than you are used to.
If you’re based in the U.K, it’s currently difficult to plan travels for the upcoming months. Countries are being added to the quarantine list constantly, throwing travel plans up in the air and making travelling abroad an unattractive prospect. Now is the perfect time to explore your own country.
What does paradise look like? The beautiful state of Kerala, India, often called ‘god’s own country’, is the answer, and it’s not an exaggeration. National Geographic Traveller named this state situated on the tropical Malabar Coast of south-western