As COVID-19 social distancing and self-isolating proceed, a few of us might be going mix insane not ready to proceed to do the things we’re utilized to. It’s been half a month since schools and workplaces started to shut down, and many are settling into what’s become a new normal of social distancing. In lieu of eye to eye contact, individuals around the globe have grown better approaches to stay connected and still have a ton of fun, even while sticking to general wellbeing rules.

However, looking at the dull side coronavirus has put the job outlook for many travel bloggers and travel companies on hold. There is no denying the cruel truth that the financial stoppage has left millions the nation over without employments, or with diminished hours, making it more challenging than any other time in recent memory. Besides these bloggers and companies, travel enthusiasts like us have started feeling trapped inside. Being stuck inside may feel like a bummer, yet on the off chance that you have the time and persistence, a second spent inside presents the ideal chance to ace fun, new aptitudes. From bingeing Netflix series like “Money Heist” to getting extremely energetic about baking bread, we have done that all.

You might have done these too. Agreed? 

Well,  You can still make the Coronavirus Quarantine a creative, and even positive experience. From virtual tours to top TV shows and books, here are a few skill development and travel-related activities that you can do at home in the Coronavirus Quarantine. There are more approaches to “culture” from home than you may suspect!

Travel with Netflix

What would we do without Netflix, our trusty quarantine friend? If you can’t get enough of travel-themed TV as of now, then here are the best 5 inspiring shows and movies to take your mind off the couch and around the world.

Take a virtual museum or art visit

Artists, museums, and galleries exhibitions are revealing some interesting digitalized initiatives to fulfill your creative and cultural desires in the Coronavirus lockdown. Google’s Arts and Culture collection merits a tad of investigating from home. You’ll discover canvases from Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum, works from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and parts from London’s Tate Modern to keep you clicking.

Lockdown with your Kindle and read a travel book

What better time to make up for lost time with that top-rated book you never found the opportunity to read? Download these travel-inspired books and take yourself off to someplace new, without leaving your isolated bubble.

  • Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert – Elizabeth Gilbert takes us along on her quest for self-disclosure over the world. You’ll be tingling to follow her example to Italy, India, and Bali as you read how each spot and culture showed her something new. Smart, touching, and profoundly close to home, this book was made for rousing your journey towards a superior “you”.
  • Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer

Get prepared to remain up the entire night on the edge of your couch. Krakauer takes us with him through the bold existence of Christopher Johnson McCandless, also called Alexander Supertramp, who burns his ID, gives all that he owns p away, and sets off alone into the Alaskan wild.

  • The Good Girl’s Guide to Getting Lost by Rachel Friedman – Enter the universe of toady Rachel Friedman who purchases an immediate pass to Ireland, where she met a free-energetic Australian young lady, who at that point prompts her onwards to Australia and South America. This entertaining journal is refreshingly legit and gives every one of us how we can decide to live at the time.
  • Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes – Frances Mayes writes about Italy’s sights, music, individuals, and food in such a way that reading it will distract your mind away from Coronavirus.

Language learning with Netflix

The Coronavirus quarantine has driven almost all of us into the arms of Netflix. So why not accept this as an opportunity to gain proficiency with another language at home?

Language Learning with Netflix is a free expansion accessible on the Google Chrome Web store. In addition to hearing exchange in the local tongue, you can peruse dialogues in two languages. This assists with better interpretation and translation. Moreover, you can even look into words in a spring up word reference or a dictionary.

Becoming fluent in a foreign language, or even sufficiently mastering of a language to convey a conversation, can be a tremendous help in case you’re thinking about growing your business into another market, or accepting a job in another country. Learning languages can even assist you to do business here at home. You can also check out Learning apps like Duolingo, Open Culture, or Babble which offers online language courses for free.

Learn and explore religious history and culture

A world of education is readily available. Harvard Online Learning offers free online courses in technology, world cultures, history, and religion. Courses are self-guided and require around six to nine hours of duty for every week; most take somewhere in the range of five to 13 weeks to finish. Projects are instructed by Harvard University personnel and staff and you will acquire a confirmed endorsement upon fulfillment. It’s an extraordinary alternative for cultural and religious travelers who love to explore and learn about cultural and religious history.

About the Author:

Shilpa Khatura is a Delhi University student, full of creative ideas and very passionate about dancing. With a friendly smile on her face, she can put you at your wit’s end with ease! She has been honing her Marketing and Communication skills for the last few years since her elder sister gauged her interest in the field of Marketing. As a Digital Marketing Executive at Social Buzz, Shilpa takes an active part in strategizing marketing campaigns and executes them to perfection!


BnBNation is an aggregator platform for Bed and Breakfast rooms in India. We love to provide all foreign travelers a stay with a hospitable Indian families and also provide a taste of tangible and intangible cultural heritage of India.

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