Embracing your next staycation

With staycations on the rise couldn’t help but write about them and why you should embrace a staycation as your next travel adventure. 

If you are unsure about what a staycation is? It is going on a vacation but staying in your home country.

Easier to pack

With no luggage limits, you can bring as much or as little as you want

Pack however you wish with no liquid limits.

Cheaper!

With no flight costs, just possible fuel money or train ticket still being cheaper than a flight somewhere

Holiday leave from work

Travel within in your own country means you can go somewhere for a shorter amount of time or travel future out form your home in less time.

Also, travel more often meaning that you don’t need to book weeks at a time off from work which can be more difficult, than just a day here and there.

Book one day off work and go for a long week or have a bag ready and leave straight after work

If you are working from home as long as you are somewhere with WIFI you can travel to your destination working from there, embracing the nomad life

Support local

By staying in your home country, you are supporting small businesses and your own countries economy!

More stress free

  • No stressing about arrival times 
  • Checking luggage and weight limits 
  • Transfers from airports and accommodation 
  • Currency exchanges and working out if things are a good deal
  • Language barriers

Hope you find this useful, let me know where your next staycation will be

Enjoying navigating the globe closer to home, follow me on Instagram for more travel pics and tips


Thanks

Faye

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