Travel Tips To Bear In Mind when Planning Your Post Covid-19 Holiday.

Airports and borders are opening in most parts of the world after a prolonged COVID-19 lockdown, which means that travel enthusiasts may soon be able to travel again.

However, in a post-coronavirus environment, travellers must take adequate precautions to minimise the risk of COVID-19 infection in the plane, hotel room, and from the infected persons they might come in contact with during their train ride or walking tours. This article explores six travel tips to keep fore of mind during this holiday season.

Stay safe when you travel

When travelling in the US, the following safety tips from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will come in handy:

Keep track of your health

Before leaving home, ensure that you have packed all the over-the-counter essentials you need during the trip. On a normal trip, you might need pain killers, motion sickness pills, and probiotics. You might also need some bug repellants if you will be camping or spending time in the woods. Be sure to carry at least twice the number of pills you need just in case you get quarantined away from home, forcing you to overstay. Consult your doctor for any prescription meds you may need and get the proper vaccines before travelling.

If you feel at all ill, travelling during coronavirus might not be a good idea.

Transport tips

These tips will help you avoid transport mishaps:


Only choose hotels or family vacation rentals with proper coronavirus safety mechanisms for both their guests and staff. Some best accommodation practices include:

Passport tips

Get travel insurance

Travel insurance will protect you from theft or loss of personal belongings. Most importantly, you will need it in case you contract coronavirus in a foreign land.

Read my Reasons To Always Get Travel Insurance.

The most important advice is to stay at home if you are sick. Only take on the travel if you are strong and healthy, and remember to protect other travellers. Be safe out there.