Travelling and traditions during Covid 19

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During these very difficult times, the times of the pandemic, we see that the world is changing. We notice a massive difference between countries, the way they operate, even traditions. Some of the world’s most iconic traditional days are now different.

Traditions During the Pandemic

In Mexico, the day of the dead also known as Dia de Muertos is one of the world’s most well-known traditions. People from around the globe are travelling to Mexico just to experience this remarkable adventure.

However, this year, during the pandemic things are a bit different. Not only for tourists are not able to find themselves in Mexico but also natives who are not able to celebrate their own dead in the way they want to.

Learning More from Online Videos

More and more videos and information emerge every single day with information about this day and other days just like it, to let us know exactly how people are reacting and moving on during the Covid 19 pandemic on a worldwide level.

If you’re interested in learning more about travelling during the pandemic and how some of the world’s most iconic traditions are still being held, it is a good idea for you to check out videos like for example .

10 Travel Traditions You Need To Start Doing Right Now

New Travelling Experiences

The filmmaker of this video has taken the time to create an entire series regarding travelling during the pandemic, and the way it has been affected and has affected days like Dia de Muertos and other traditional holidays of countries across the world.

The more you emerge yourselves into this type of entertainment the more you’re going to learn about different countries around the world, how they are dealing with the pandemic and how the world actually is the same a matter where you are.

Can We Now Go to an Adventure?

People are afraid to travel. Everyone is now afraid to experience new and exciting adventures. At the end of the day, the pandemic is affecting everyone and, in the travelling industry, even more so. All we can do now is wait.

You need to remain safe during this difficult period. You need to remember that, going against the status quo and the governmental guidelines is not going to make you a hero. It is going to put you and your loved ones in danger.

There will always be time for you to travel, there will always be time for you to learn more about the world traditions. For now stay safe and entertain yourselves with videos and documentaries that can teach you about the world.