10 wellness tips for travelers | Entertainment News

Frequent travelers will tell you that travel and well-being go hand in hand. A prime example is Jonathan Look Jr., who retired early to travel for personal growth. “If you go to faraway places and get out of the cozy bubbles we build around us, you’ll be better informed,” Look wrote in a 2018 Forbes article.

This wanderlust has led to several wellness trends, including regenerative travel, voluntourism, and wellness travel. But don’t worry, you don’t need to retire early like Look to explore the wellness benefits of travel. To help you recharge with minimal travel stress, Bounce has researched some of the best recommendations for maintaining your well-being on the road.

Discovering the world can be as simple as walking through the front door and exploring your neighborhood to engage with nature, culture and community that is often overlooked. Luckily for us, the world, as they say, is our oyster.

Feeling apprehensive about COVID-19? By taking precautions, it is possible to explore the world safely. It is important to consult the COVID-19 guidelines for your destination as well as recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Make sure vaccinations are up to date, carry proof of vaccination (required in many places, including restaurants), wear a mask, self-monitor for symptoms, and test before and after travel.

The most important thing: get out! Travel fuels passions and sparks inspiration, which is what everyone needs.

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