Where to go after coronavirus
For most travelers, safe means close. More travelers are booking domestic vacations for this summer. According to the travel insurance site Squaremouth.com, 42% of policies purchased for June, July and August are for domestic trips, compared with just 16% for the same period in 2019.
“The first choice for many people will be a close, familiar destination – likely one that’s a driving vacation,” agrees Kathy McCarthy, a spokeswoman for Meet Minneapolis. “People are likely to be more comfortable in a controlled car environment that allows for more flexibility.”
Select your hotel carefully, say experts. For example, consider choosing a hotel or vacation rental with a kitchen, where you can prepare your meals.
Read the full USA Today article online here: https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/advice/2020/05/08/coronavirus-how-do-you-plan-trip-when-everythings-still-uncertain/3088909001/