Updated: 3 days ago
Staycation Vs Vacation:
1. Fresh experiences just around the corner!
Similar to holidays, staycations tick some of the same boxes. It's easy to overlook the attractions that are nearer to us, choosing instead to spend lots of money to visit foreign countries. However, you may be pleasantly surprised when you holiday closer to home. There will be cafés and restaurants you’ve never tried, historic buildings you’ve never seen before, and beaches you’ve never visited.
2. You can avoid the stress and anxiety associated with travel!
There’s a lot to think about when you’re planning a trip: figuring out flights, finding the best place to stay, deciding how to budget your limited amount of time. With a staycation, you’re eliminating a lot of the stress associated with travelling - no flying, no airports and no baggage restrictions and no need to worry about Co-Vid restrictions cutting your trip short.
3. You don’t have to plan ahead!
Nothing is better than realising you have an unusually free Friday and taking an impromptu three-day-long staycation, a lot easier than you could a spontaneous trip to the Maldives.
4. You can spend time with local friends and family!
In the rush of daily living – juggling work, kids, activities and obligations – it’s hard to find time to just chill out with loved ones, even if they live close by. A staycation gives you the opportunity for extended quality time with your family and friends where you can ignore the hassle of day-to-day life and just enjoy each others company.
5. There are no seasons for staycations
If you spend your holiday at home, the time of year won’t matter. Whether it's a winter escape with a hot tub, or a summer break jam packed full of outdoor activities - your break can be whatever you want it to be, at any time of year.
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