You’ve been expecting it, and here it comes: the Coronavirus holiday article.
Indeed, as we should all stay safely at home, it doesn’t stop us from dreaming of a future trip when the situation has cleared out. Now’s the best time to boost your mood and research what your first post-quarantine holiday will be.
There is no need to fly to a distant destination, and there is already so much to see and enjoy in Britain. Additionally, you can be sure that after a few weeks or months with reduced traffic, the wildlife will bloom to create magnificent landscapes all over the UK. How should you best spend your post-Covid-19 trip?
The answer is, by rediscovering the forgotten pleasures of a British holiday.
Make it a road trip
It’s understandable that after spending a lot of time at home, you’ll be craving for movement. As such, you might be tempted by a vacation on the road where you get to choose where to go and stay. A camping tent is always a fantastic way to plan a road trip vacation.
But if you don’t have a tent, you could also take a look at the new motorhomes for sale. They make the perfect addition to your road trip, and they have the advantage of being a home on wheels. You can take it anywhere you want, and have a safe shelter at night. Besides, it’s the best way to go back to the roots of travelling and spend some time visiting new regions in the UK.
Pick beautiful places you haven’t seen before
Where should you go? There’s plenty of choices. But, you can make your time outdoors worthwhile by picking areas that are picturesque and peaceful. Indeed, aiming for large cities such as London or Birmingham on your first post-quarantine holiday is likely to be a stressful and crowded experience.
Instead, you can focus your attention on the small villages in Britain, such as Bibury and Staithes. Relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Ah, fresh air!
Plan it as a memorable adventure
Don’t miss out on the chance to pack an adventurous activity. If you enjoy riding a bike, you can make your first post-quarantine trip count by attaching a GoPro camera to your bike as you ride through the woods, for instance.
If you’re opting for a beach holiday, you can find waterproof cameras that can be secured to a boat or a surfing board, for example. Alternatively, you could wear it wrapped around your arm.
Make room for spontaneity
You shouldn’t plan your first trip out too tightly. It’s a good idea to leave plenty of room to explore as you wish. You may discover cravings you didn’t even know you had, such as being desperate for an ice cream bought in a park or eating fish and chips while watching the sea.
It’s the simple things in life that we miss the most. As such, you want to make sure you can indulge whenever you feel like it when you’re on the way to your post-quarantine trip.
A lot of households are approaching the lockdown as a day-to-day reality. While there is nothing we can do about it except for staying safe, planning for the future can help you to stay sane and optimistic. We all need something to look forward to, so what better than planning a road trip to reacclimate yourself with the quirky villages and landscapes of Britain?