Tips for Traveling in a Covid-World

Hello my KMD lovelies!,

It’s been so long since my last travel post (over a year!) so I thought I would finally go ahead and do one.  It took me a while to think about what travel post to write since I haven’t written one in so long.  I thought, why not write something about traveling during the pandemic?  Without further ado, I hope you all find my tips helpful! 

Note:  My tips are mainly for road trips as I’m not comfortable flying yet.  Therefore, I can’t recommend and tips for traveling during a pandemic yet.

For more information regarding Covid-19, head over to  World Health Organization (WHO) or Center for Disease Control (CDC).

Travel Close to Home

Drive somewhere close enough within 2-3 hours of where you live.  This way, you’re avoiding the possibility of stopping at random gas stations and preventing exposure.  For example, easy road trips near Memphis, TN are Nashville (TN), Little Rock (AR), and Birmingham (AL).

Exploring a bar in Downtown Memphis (pre-Covid)

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Rent a Condo/AirBnB

When renting a condo or AirBnB, you can stay in your space and avoid the possibility of running into other people/using community areas (like a lobby for breakfast).  Most people have an ease of mind knowing that they have their own space rather than a shared space, especially in this pandemic. 

Exploring a park nearby.

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Appreciate Nature

I don’t know about you but a lot of what I like to do when I travel is experience the food at a new destination.  Since we’re limited to going to restaurants/museums/events, take a hike or explore the local Botanical Gardens.  But of course, don’t forget to wear a mask when exploring!

Exploring the beaches of Destin, FL (pre-Covid)

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I hope you all enjoyed these travel tips for the pandemic.  What tip will you be using?

6 thoughts on “Tips for Traveling in a Covid-World

  1. Thanks for sharing all your thoughts. I definitely agree about renting an Airbnb to have your own space and still do a staycation. Change of environment is always a good idea.

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