Traveling in this year and possibly for years to come will be far different than before due to COVID. Stay healthy and enjoy your post-COVID travels!


The travel season is just around the corner, but travel in this year and possibly for years to come will be far different than before. COVID-19 has highlighted the need to travel safely and maintain good health, in addition to all the new health and safety precautions that need following.

Here are some tips from our experts at Zulal Wellness Resort by Chiva-Som to help you stay healthy and enjoy your travels.


Keep hydrating

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Drinking enough water is vital for your overall health, especially if you are traveling during the hotter months or heading for higher altitudes. Always carry a water bottle with you to prevent the onset of headaches and even lethargy.

Sleep well

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A lack of sleep at night can make you cranky the next day. And over time, skimping on sleep can mess up more than just your morning mood. Studies show that getting quality sleep regularly can help improve all sorts of issues, from your blood sugar to your workouts.

When you're running low on sleep, you'll probably have trouble holding onto and recalling details. That's because sleep plays a big part in both learning and memory. Without enough sleep, it's tough to focus and take in new information. Your brain also doesn't have enough time to store memories so you can pull them up later correctly.


Intake the honey

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Honey is liquid that honeybees make from plant nectar. People love it for its sweetness and depth of flavor, it’s used in many foods and recipes.

The smell, color, and taste of honey vary based on the type of flowers it’s made from, so countless varieties are available. Honey has several potential health benefits and plays a role in many home remedies and alternative medicine treatments.

Eating healthy snacks

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Sometimes, when we travel, we eat and drink more than usual, but exploring new destinations doesn't have to compromise your healthy lifestyle. Pack your healthy travel snacks that are high in protein. Good options include trail mix, nuts, eggs, and protein bars.

Keep active

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Avoid sitting for long periods and ensure you stay active while traveling. If you're on a long flight, get up frequently and walk the aisles. Are you waiting for your flight? Don't sit around the airport going on your phone – get up and walk around.

Boost your immune system

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Keep your immune system activated with healthy food. Dried cherries are a natural source of melatonin, which can help you sleep when jetlagged.

When your body has proper rest, it can fight sickness and disease better. You can pack dried cherries in your carry-on to use as a healthy snack on flights and concentrated cherry juice in your checked luggage for later.

Get your dose of vitamin D

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A key influence on your internal clock is sunlight. You may be able to ease into your new time zone and adopt a good routine by exposing yourself to daylight.


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