People are now experiencing the changes brought by the “new normal” due to the risk of contracting COVID-19. Most people are currently working from home, there are limited public transportations, and many online businesses are emerging in social media. Due to the community quarantine, they also stay at home most of the time, which canceled a lot of travel plans this year.
The COVID-19 pandemic turned the travel industry upside-down. Due to the high infection and mortality rate of the new coronavirus, travel and tourism are on hold in many nations.
Imagine yourself gazing at the mesmerizing vastness of the seas while digging your toes in fine white sands. You are sitting under a towering coconut tree with a glass of refreshing mango shake. No, this is not a dream. This is Boracay.
One could say travel is not just a marker of our success in history; it also shapes it.
When the COVID-19 global pandemic hit, one of the most crucial learning points for everyone was the importance of planning. Some of you might have even experienced having your travel plans canceled or rescheduled until further notice. This, however, isn’t a setback but rather a surprising opportunity towards planning a trip one year in advance.