The world is suffering from a problem that doesn’t have a solution yet and seems like it will definitely take some more time. To control the deadly Coronavirus from spreading further, the world population has been asked to stay at home for their own good as well as others’ safety. Almost all schools, colleges, offices, malls, gymnasiums, swimming pools and cinema halls across the globe have been ordered to shut down with immediate effect. Staying at home might be one of the best things for a lot of people but can you imagine the life of a traveller who is used to being on the go and lives just for exploring the world?

So, in this time of crisis, we have come up with a few interesting ideas, wherein those bitten by a travel bug can satisfy their cravings sitting at home.

Watch travel documentaries

Under Coronavirus house arrest? Here’s what travellers can do to satisfy their travel cravings

You can still travel the world, ‘digitally’ if not ‘physically’; well, until further notice. You can sit at home and watch all those interesting travel documentaries that you have been wanting to watch for ages. From
Around the World in 80 Days and
Sahara with Michael Palin to
A Map for Saturday and
K2: Siren of the Himalayas, the options are endless. So go ahead and explore the world on the big screen you created at your home!

Read travelogues

Under Coronavirus house arrest? Here’s what travellers can do to satisfy their travel cravings

Can there be a better time to finish all your books? Try to look at the positive side of staying at home and then you’ll realise it’s not that bad too. For a traveller, it’s imperative to read books by fellow travellers, where they share their good and bad experiences. For those, who have not yet read
Bill Bryson’s African Diary,
Blue Latitudes: Boldly Going Where Captain Hook Has Gone Before,
Into the Wild and
Pole to Pole, this probably is the best time to read these fantastic and inspiring travelogues.

Create travel blogs

Under Coronavirus house arrest? Here’s what travellers can do to satisfy their travel cravings

If you have been complaining about not getting enough time to create your travel blog because of all the travelling, this is the right time to do the same. People who travel also love to document their journey in pictures, words and videos. So, go ahead and utilise your precious time in creating your own travel blog that has been under the blanket because of ‘no-time’ issues.

Update your music list

Under Coronavirus house arrest? Here’s what travellers can do to satisfy their travel cravings

Don’t we all have our own favorite travel playlist? This is the time when you can sit at home and update your music playlist with your favorite travel music and explore some more options so you are ready for your next adventure as soon as the virus phase is over.

Exercise more, prepare for that adventure sport

Under Coronavirus house arrest? Here’s what travellers can do to satisfy their travel cravings

What if you can’t go to gyms or parks for a run? You can still stay fit by exercising in your own house in your own pretty balcony or garden. You can practice Yoga and all those home exercises and prepare yourself for the next trek soon after the Coronavirus threat is over!


Save for your dream trip

Under Coronavirus house arrest? Here’s what travellers can do to satisfy their travel cravings

Exactly, because you are sitting at home and not spending money on unnecessary travel, you can save a lot of money for your dream trip or that luxury cruise you always wanted to go on! So stay home and save more; we hope that you can book your dream trip as soon as this phase is over.

Online photography course

Under Coronavirus house arrest? Here’s what travellers can do to satisfy their travel cravings

Photography is probably the most important part of a traveller’s life. Now is the time to enrol yourself into one of those interesting online photography courses to ace your capture game. The internet is full of options and you can choose a course that meets your requirements. When this quarantine phase is over, you’ll be all prepared for the world with your camera!

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