Traveling is one of the greatest experiences there is. Once I discovered travel, I haven’t been the same since. Whether it be boat riding through the Caribbean islands of Jamaica or a full fledge photoshoot in middle of the historic Old San Juan in Puerto Rico, I love a great travel experience. The ones I enjoys most are experiences with locals. It’s absolutely amazing what you can learn outside of your own cultural and most times another person’s cultural often mimics your own. Although I have been traveling throughout everything that has been going on with the Covid-19 pandemic, I’ve been limiting my traveling experiences. Many others are doing the same. They’re either doing minimal travel or they aren’t traveling at all. If you yourself fall under one of those categories, but still want the traveling experience I may have a solution. For me personally, when I travel I am looking searching for ideas on things to do as far as experiences through Airbnb.
With Covid-19, many people don’t even want to leave their homes let alone travel. What if I tell you that there’s a way that you can bring those traveling experiences to the comfort of your own home? While laying and bed with my next destination of travel on my mind I began to look up flights to different destinations. Airbnb is one of the most common forms of lodging that I use and I usually obtain ideas for things to do where ever I am traveling as well. While searching different destinations like Aruba, Turks and Caicos, Utah and Arizona I made my way over to Airbnb’s experiences. Little did I know is that they offer virtual experiences for those that do not feel comfortable leaving their homes. I came across a professional cocktail making virtual course, just in time for the holidays, where instructor Simeon who is based in Minneapolis either offers private or group lessons on a variety of recipes for holiday cocktails. If you’re looking for something more international, but traditional make your way over to Shanghai, China for a virtual experience with instructor Cici and learn how to make soup dumplings. If you’re the type that travels with your family and loves to create memories with your kids how about adding the virtual Santa story time experience to your memory book. Airbnb is offering the perfect virtual experiences just in time for the holiday.
You and your family can have that one on one time with Santa himself as he reads some classic holiday tales all the way from the North Pole. Well actually Los Angeles, but you get the picture. I feel that Airbnb wants all of their guests to feel safe and protected during this time, even if it’s from the comfort of your own home. Not only is Airbnb abiding by the safety guidelines of Covid-19 for those booking an actual stay with their hosts, but they have created these virtual experiences so even those that are still at home won’t feel as if they’re being left out.
I’ve partnered with Airbnb, but as always all opinions are my own.