Travel Tips for Couples During Quarantine: Do's & Don'ts

March 30, 2021

The Coronavirus pandemic has dramatically affected our lives. The world has changed, and we have to get used to the new normal. Fortunately, not only bad things have happened. The statistics show that

58% of married people reported that the pandemic made them appreciate their spouse more and even deepened their commitment to marriage. Furthermore, lots of single people found their soulmates on dating sites. So, many of us are celebrating love now and thinking about a romantic vacation. But how to do it without constantly worrying about your safety? Here are several effective travel tips and hacks that help you feel better when going on vacation with your loved one during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Find the Right Destination

Now we have to be more mindful of the destinations we are going to. The best decision would be to travel within your own state or country, choose interesting places close to your location. But do skip public pools and tourist attractions.

For now, avoid going abroad for vacations and pleasure trips. You will still get countless opportunities to take that trip to Asia and mingle with Japanese brides as you’ve always wanted, but the wise decision would be to remain home and take care of your health. There are countless safe destinations within your country that you’ve never visited before, so why not try adding them to your bucket list? That way, you cut out the expensive flight fares to famous tourist cities, and that’s not including the cost of quarantining in a hotel for a fortnight when you get there.

If you still want to go abroad, keep in mind that lots of countries require visitors to quarantine for 14 days, and you’ll probably have to do the same when you return home. Traveling for the first time can be even more challenging so make sure to be extra prepared.

Stay Informed

Staying well-informed is one of the best traveling tips for travelers. Watch the news, ask for recommendations, check out travel blogs, reach out to travel groups. It’s a good idea to check the tourism department and health department websites of your chosen destination for news. Travel restrictions vary by country and change from time to time. So, to make sure your romantic trip will be successful, keep yourself up-to-date with the latest news and travel advisories.

Learn About Cancelling Policies

Under today's circumstances, the travel industry provides more flexible booking and hotel cancelation policies. There are also affordable airline round trips with travel dates a few months into the future; they also may offer up to 2 rebookings. So, get familiar with those policies before going abroad.

Buy Travel Insurance

Buying travel insurance is no longer optional. You don't want to lose non-refundable tickets or deposits because of an outbreak or unforeseen events. Take the time to review travel insurance plans and choose the one that covers situations like a pandemic. Make sure it includes cancellation and medical coverages, this way, you'll protect yourself and your travel investments from emergencies, especially when you travel outside the country.

Take Extra Precautions

There are basic things you have to do to stay safe during the pandemic, and we all have gotten pretty used to them. Just don't forget to follow those rules while you're traveling.

l Maintain social distancing

l Use hand disinfectants

l Drink water only from sealed bottles

l Don’t touch your face

l Wear a mask

Stay Home if you are Sick

Finally, here is one of the most important Coronavirus travel tips - stay at home if you start developing any symptoms. People usually concentrate on keeping themselves safe from catching the virus. However, they lose sight of another crucial thing: preventing themselves from spreading it.

Every traveler is wondering, “What are the most effective travel tips during the COVID-19 era?” Well, just stay mindful, take into account new travel norms and practice better safety habits.

Hopefully, our travel tips will help you have a great romantic vacation!

 

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Miranda Davis
is a freelance writer in the relation and psychology area. Miranda is interested in such topics as building healthy relationships between people, love/sex compatibility, and how to find the right balance in life in general. She is currently doing specific research on the topic. Miranda loves cooking and long-distance walking.

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