I do not know exactly what the future of travel will be. I know it will be different than a year ago. We know that safety precautions should be taken when traveling. Begin with social distancing as much as possible, wear a mask to protect yourself and others, frequent handwashing, and don’t touch your face.
Plan ahead to make sure your destination is open. Many attractions are still closed. If you are eating out (hopefully no buffets), going to museums, landmarks, or even outdoor zoos you need to maintain a healthy distance from others, wash your hands often, don’t touch your face, and always wear a mask in public.
Many States are requiring you quarantine for 14 days after entering. I’m not sure about you but I don’t want to go all the way to Hawaii to spend two weeks in a hotel room. Even if you are traveling by car, make sure to check the CDC guidelines, https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html, and also each state’s updated regulations.
Air, bus, and train travel will be very different and difficult to keep a healthy distance from others. Make sure to confirm your travel arrangements since many are cutting back and/or canceling trips. Some will be running at half capacity which could mean higher prices. Do your best to follow all health recommendations.
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About the Demi Hugger
We are a family run company that loves to travel. Sometimes getting around in airports, bus and train stations wasn’t easy. I set out to make it easier.