Traveling is out of the question at this point in time, but some people are using social distancing as an opportunity to daydream and plan their next trip. If you’re one of them, here’s a couple of things to keep in mind before taking serious steps in that direction.
It will take some time for the world to pull through current health crises, and booking a trip for this spring is extremely unrealistic. Aim for summer, but stay open to the possibility your plans could fall apart along the way.
Many people lost a lot of money by booking non-refundable spring trips, but that’s no longer an option. Invest a bit of extra money into a flight and accommodation that can be canceled, especially with the travel industry facing so much uncertainty right now.
Don’t Rush Things
There’s really no need to book your trip right away, cheap deals won’t go away because other travelers are as hesitant as you. Use this time to daydream about your next trip and pick the perfect destination, so you would be even more excited about it when the time comes.