After months of texts, phone call and video calls, you may be ready to spend some quality time with your loved ones to reconnect and celebrate life’s big moments. Over the past few months, we have adapted to the new normal and found creative ways to keep in touch with our family and friends. While caution is key right now, we have compiled a few trip ideas to get you feeling excited for your first trip, post quarantine.
With graduation ceremonies cancelled, gift your grad (and yourself) the celebration of traveling to a new place. Spend some quality time learning new cultures and visiting museums. Tasting new food and getting a new perspective on the world before your graduate moves on to their next chapter.
Many spring break trips were cut short or canceled this year but don’t let that stop you from taking a vacation with the family. Plan your next family trip to a sunny location with sandy beaches or switch it up and try your hand at hiking or kayaking with a beautiful mountainous back drop.
Extended Family Trip
Plan some family fun with members of your family that you haven’t been able to see over the past few months. There are a ton of places you can book through RCI for family of all ages. Take a tour through a museum or an aquarium or buy tickets to a local show for fun with the whole family.
Friends are the family you choose, your friends are some of your nearest and dearest, so why not use your timeshare exchange to round up your buddies and go on vacation? Get the squad back together and enjoy a long weekend exploring a new city, or a remote getaway soaking up the great outdoors.
Whatever your reason is for taking a trip post quarantine, RCI and our affiliates are eager to make your first trip memorable and safe. Even if you are not ready to board a plane or spend a full week away, RCI is here to help you along the way. It is never too early to start dreaming of your next big trip.