Has the pandemic changed your mind about where to travel?
For many of us, it has.
Instead of visiting pre-COVID hotspots like theme parks and entertainment destinations, most folks want to get away to scenic, open spaces, like beaches and national parks.
And most are looking for destinations closer to home.
Those choices can be great ways to plan safe, satisfying trips while we’re still dealing with the pandemic.
But they aren’t the only decisions you need to make with post-pandemic traveling.
Your travel plans can go a long way towards shaping your experience. They can also play a big role in the risks you’re able to avoid — or that you’re exposed to — when you take off.