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10 Tips for Long Term Travel Health and Well-Being

by Family Globetrotters

Comprehensive Travel Health And Well-Being Advice From Those Who Travel Full Time Or For Long Periods Of Time.

For many, travel is an essential part of who we are and for some it is simply a way of life. Here are some well documented tips essential for anyone looking for different ways to uphold a healthy lifestyle whilst on the road or how to travel with an illness, condition, or disease. Travel health and well-being is an important aspect of one’s wandering lifestyle.


 by Erin Michaela @ Arrive Well 

Travel gets us out of our comfort zone; it heightens our awareness, stimulates our senses, and breaks the monotonous daily routines that we settle into. While invigorating at first, this lack of structure in our day, especially when we are away from home, can leave us feeling a bit like we just stepped off a tilt-a-whirl. Here are some 2 ways to keep you energized and feeling ready for adventure wherever your journey may take you.

Alternate Nostril Breathing: This is one of several techniques you may find helpful to get through stressful situations when away from home. Here’s how it works: With your preferred hand, make a “peace” sign, then curl those fingers in towards your palm. Then take your ring finger and thumb and bring those fingers around to either side of your nose. With your eyes open or closed, gently cover one nostril with your thumb, take a deep breath in through the opposite side of your nose. Close both nostrils at the top of your breath, then slowly lift your thumb and release the breath through the opposite nostril. Repeat the whole thing, this time starting on the other side. Keep this going for a few breaths, until you are feeling relaxed, calm, and comfortable.

Play with Essential Oils: When dealing with stress, sadness, or chronic pain, give essential oils a try. They are great to help you relax, wake up, get energized and more. In my travel bag, I usually have tea tree oil for its antimicrobial properties and peppermint to invigorate. I love blending a few drops of peppermint into my lotion and rubbing on sore feet or legs after a long day of walking. And lastly, eucalyptus and lavender to give your morning shower that spa-like feel, even if you are staying at a local motel. Use just a couple of drops of both in between your fingertips and take a soothing breath. Try out different blends and find what you like best. Simple, affordable, creature comforts for life on the road.

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Erin Michaela Talks Energising Techniques.


by Iulia Falcutescu @ The Traveling Tulip 

I have been traveling for the past 10 years now. Up until two years ago, I had absolutely no travel routine. I would usually pack just before the day of the journey, would not bring any medication with me at all and, overall, would not organize anything for the trip. Everything changed when I was diagnosed with thrombophilia and venous insufficiency. Since then, I have an entire travel routine, which includes exercises for my legs, administering medication and needing to be very careful.

Thrombophilia is a disease that coagulates the blood at a faster rhythm than normal. Combined with venous insufficiency, this may cause blood clots (thrombosis). Due to the air pressure when flying, the possibility of clots forming is even higher. Two, three hours before flying, I administer some anti-coagulants, as prescribed by my physician. During the flight, I need to get up from time to time and perform some exercises, meant to make my blood circulate. Since I cannot use compression socks (I am allergic to the material used for producing those!), I must amplify the exercises once I land and massage my legs with a cream, which contains anti-coagulant medication. Another injection with anti-coagulant medication after 24 hours completes my routine.

For some, this entire routine might appear exhausting and hard to achieve, but for me, it has become a habit, which makes me think more of the things that I really enjoy in life, like traveling.


by Monique MacPhail @ Honeymoon Backpackers 

We’ve been on the road for almost two years now, travelling the world on our honeymoon. Keeping fit and healthy is something that we both consider to be important. Back in 2013, we spent a year in Central/North America and both came home 10kg heavier! We eventually lost the weight again, however, it took a big toll on our mental health. So this time around we were determined to look after our health and wellbeing whilst travelling. The two main area’s we focus on to keep healthy is food and exercise.

We have found the local markets a godsend for keeping healthy while travelling. Although you’re in a foreign country and you’re not familiar with the local cuisine, you’re bound to find delicious fresh produce at the local markets! We’d treat ourselves in Thailand with exotic fruits like mangosteen, lychees, and mangos for breakfast, and locally grown greens and mushrooms for dinner. This enables us to make healthy diet choices without compromising learning the local culture. Eating healthy is all about balance and moderation, by shopping for food at the local market, we’re able to get the goodness and nutrients we need. It’s hard to stick to a diet when you’re travelling as you want to try all the delicious local food. By making sure you get your daily intake of fruit and vegetables, you’re free to indulge in delicious local cuisines.

There’s no excuse for not exercising when you’re travelling. No money, no equipment, no space and no time to exercise? No worries, there’s always options and variations to keep fit while travelling. We do a daily yoga flow usually outside, or where ever we can find space. Sometimes we mix it up with a mini circuit; consisting of planks, sit ups, push ups, lunges, squats, and burpees. We always travel with a resistant band to help keep fit while travelling. It takes up next to no room in our bag and enables you to push yourself that little extra.

Setting a realistic exercise goal is important too. You’re not going to exercise every day when travelling, but you can aim for twice a week. Even if it’s just 10 minutes or 10 push ups, any exercise is better than nothing. Make choices that support your health and wellbeing, by walking instead of taking a taxi or riding a bike instead of a motorbike. The choices you make helps you look after your health and well-being whilst travelling.

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Full Time Honeymooners, Monique MacPhail’s Exercise and Eating Habits.


by Heather Loewel @ With Wild Wonder 

I absolutely believe in indulging while on holiday, but with a healthy balance. My favorite way to stay fit while traveling is to wake up one hour before whatever I’ve planned for the day (or before everyone else) and go for a quick jog around the city. This hour would include getting ready, a 20-30 minute jog and shower.

I especially like this routine because it gives you an early morning perspective of the life in the place you’re visiting.

In Venice, I ran past workers manually pulling carts full of rubbish from the previous evening to the boats for disposal. In Ronda, Spain, I ran past shopkeepers setting up their wares and sweeping the entrance to their storefronts. While jogging down Las Ramblas in Barcelona, I was cheered on by a group of men who were still partying from the night before. Because of the night culture, the streets in the Greek Isles would be quiet, and I’d get the peaceful morning perspective of the party beaches. I have run through farmland in Africa and I’ve also been able to train for marathons while on holiday with this quick morning routine. This habit doesn’t have to be running; brisk walking could be a modification to this routine.


by Amanda Zateh @ Health Nut Nomad 

Eating healthy while traveling has always been a constant battle for me. I’m a person who absolutely loves food almost as much as I love traveling – the two are so intertwined in my eyes that if one of them falls off the rails, the other soon follows. I get stuck in this mindset that because I’m on vacation, I get a free pass to eat as much as I possibly can and I’ll worry about losing the weight when I get back. I’ve come to realize that this is a lose-lose mentality because I end up feeling bloated and lethargic while traveling and when I come home, I feel down-trodden and hopeless as I poke my pudgy belly.

After traveling to 63+ countries, I realized something: I am my very best self when I am exercising regularly, eating a plant-based diet, and traveling the globe. I have been traveling for the last five years and have been to obscure locations like Sierra Leone, Iraq, Myanmar, and I currently reside in Azerbaijan. Obviously, these places are not the easiest places to eat healthily. I can never find kale here in Baku, avocados and tofu are an upwards of $50 or more, and the winters are so cold that fresh tropical fruit is a faraway dream. But, that’s no excuse! In order to eat healthy, I rely on one thing and one thing only: I practice mindful eating.

Mindful eating is the practice of listening to what your body is craving at any given moment. And, after really, truly listening to your body, you then go and feed it exactly what it wants. Ideally, it will ask you for vitamin C when you’re fighting off a cold, so all you have to do is grab some citrus. Sometimes, my body asks me for some carbs after a hard workout, so I grab a healthy, low-GI version that won’t make my blood sugar skyrocket (helloooo soba noodles!) It is the practice of quieting your mind, so that the internal dialogue between you and your body can take place. Your body is a smart, crafty being and it is very good at knowing what it wants. All you have to do is listen. Exercise that internal dialogue.

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Amanda Zateh Practising Mindful Eating.


by Theresa Ho @ Happy Free Lifestyle 

This is a stress reduction technique called cortices. I often use it whenever I’m feeling overwhelmed and out of sort, and want to take a step back to get grounded and connect within. This is a technique that can be done as often and as frequently as you like and it only takes two to three minutes. It’s helps to bring awareness into your body, improves your thinking, your memory, your concentration and really has a general positive effect on the overall physiology of your body. What you are doing is re-booting your brain to improve your overall well-being.

Begin by placing one hand at the base of your skull where it meets the neck (keeping your fingers and thumb together). With the other hand you are going to spread your fingers, and begin gently tapping your head a few times, 1-2-3. Next tap your heart (located on the left side of your chest) a few times, 1-2-3. Alternate this for two full breath cycles.

Next you are going to move your hand up onto the head to the position just above the one you just used. And repeat the procedure – tapping and maintaining your deep breaths for two full breath cycles. Continue the procedure, until you cover the whole mid line of head. One hand-width at a time –from the base of the skull until your hand reaches the front of your forehead (just above the eyebrows).

When we tap our head, we are restoring the communication between the right and left hemisphere of our brain. When we tap our heart, we are telling the heart to restore the changes we have made.

Once your hand has reached the top of your forehead and completed the tapping exercise. Move your two hands to cover the sides of the head. This is where a lot of your emotions are stored. Hold for 3 seconds. And then release one hand and tap your head and heart, remembering to breathe. Do this for two full breath cycles. Switch sides. And repeat.

After completing this practice, you should feel more at peace and more grounded. So why not give this technique a go when you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed, and if it helps, start to incorporate it into your daily success habits.

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by Yamy Hartsough @ Gofamgo 

Our family travels with my 80-year old grandmother who has End Stage Kidney Failure. This chronic illness comes with numerous restrictions and a requirement to be on dialysis. We do her dialysis daily at home. This did not hamper her passion for traveling. Instead, we make sure that we prepare for issues that could make her travel less fun. It’s a family effort like it should be.

Before traveling, we touch base with her health care team making sure that she is fit to travel and to let them know that she will be in a different location. It’s important to be mindful of what her difficulties could be, such as easy fatigue, nausea, dizziness, and more. We adjust our plans like taking breaks in between tours, seeing if our destinations would accommodate her needs for mobility, ensuring that our destination will have access to health facilities and medications like hers if we needed them, among others.

As part of our packing essentials, we bring with us a printout that contains her doctor’s name and contact information, her medical and surgical history, medication list including generic name, dose, and frequency. This helps an unfamiliar healthcare team to spend less time figuring out who she is and more time to treat her if necessary. You could read about our recent travel to Walt Disney World and how we arrange for her to do dialysis there (external link provided). Most importantly, her happiness comes before her restrictions. What’s the point of being on vacation if she can’t enjoy the steak with the rest of her family?

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Yamy Hartsough Travels To Disney World With Her Ill Grandmother. Inspirational!


by Lara Sosanwo @ Her Backpack Bliss 

We all love to travel, but let’s be honest. Sometimes it can get a tat stressful, for both your body and your mind. Doing a bit of bedtime yoga is a perfect way to remove some physical and mental tension. The big plus: you’ll only need your beautiful self and a bed! So you’ll be able to do it every day, no matter where you are.

Start by laying on your back on the bed, with your buttock against the wall and your legs up. By putting your legs up high against the wall the blood easily flows down, leaving you with legs as light as feathers. The next step is calming your mind. Do this by focussing on your breath, apply belly or abdominal breathing. Let your stomach come up with every long inhalation, and softly fall back down with every exhalation. Focus on your breathing, letting it be long and soft and flowing smoothly.

A lot of the tension of the day we carry are in our hips. So now bend your knees and place the soles of your feet together, creating butterfly legs. Try opening your hips by pushing your knees towards the wall with every exhalation.

Now bend your knees to your chest and hug them. To come out of the pose, roll on your right side, use your right hand as a pillow and stay here for a while if you like. When you feel ready, adjust yourself and curl up under your blanket for a good night’s rest.


by Amiekay Richrick @ Amiekay’s Adventure 

I think staying healthy while traveling is one of the hardest things to do, especially if you are on a backpacker’s budget and don’t have health insurance. This is further complicated if you have an ongoing condition like I do with my anxiety.

I do a couple of things while I’m traveling and don’t have access to a doctor. These include taking anti-inflammatory supplements such as omega-3 and turmeric. Several studies have shown these substances help relieve some of the symptoms of disorders like anxiety and depression, and I have seen this to be true in my own personal experience. Honestly, I started taking them with very low expectations, and they have helped me more than regular meditation or exercise ever has. And the best things about them? You don’t need a prescription. Both are also inexpensive and readily available in most countries.

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Amiekay Richcrick Travelling With Anixety.


by Krystal Kelly @ Krys Kolumbus Travel 

Be open minded to alternative medicine. I had a lot of health issues when I first started my long-term life abroad. I left the USA back in 2010 and although I was only 21 and had never been abroad, I ended up working with horses and traveling in countries such as Egypt, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, Bhutan, Zambia, Kyrgyzstan, Madagascar and more. In the first year of my life as an expat I discovered that although I was riding 8 horses daily to maintain my fitness, the exposure to the new foods and bacteria did a number on my body.

I went to various doctors and even had some very different experiences with alternative medicines. Since traditional medicine in the USA is expensive and requires doctors, I was surprised to discover that many of the brands I knew at home could be bought over the counter directly from the pharmacy while living abroad. I also discovered that experimenting with various treatments and alternative medicines made a huge difference in my health and day to day life in “crazy countries.”

I began to seek out local traditional methods such as Ayurveda, homeopathy, reiki healing, yoga, breathing and meditation techniques, sound therapy, and more. Because medical treatments in countries such as India, for example, were a fraction of what I would have spent on insurance and treatments at home I even began to branch out on my long-term health treatments by seeking local dental care, dermatologists, traditional healers, guru’s, and craniosacral therapists.

I wish I had trusted earlier on the quality of seeking local medical specialists in the countries that I lived and travelled. I suffered a lot in the beginning due to an array of health issues common for early travellers but these days I am confident to travel to ANY country and trust that the best people to ask advice when dealing with local illnesses is in fact, the locals!

This is a comprehensive collection of health tips from bloggers who have travelled or are travelling on a long term basis. Travel health and well-being is essential in this day and age and I hope you have gained some wonderful insights.


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10 Tips for Long Term Travel Health and Well-Being

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CT Lab October 30, 2021 - 10:30 pm

It is amazing to read about all the experiences. It’s definitely inspirational. Yoga and eating well make a difference in keeping the physical health of the mind while traveling.

Followingtherivera May 15, 2018 - 9:56 pm

These are really excellent tips for keeping healthy while travelling. I’ve never thought about the essential oils before, but I’m sure it can really help. Trying to exercise is difficult especially when in a country with such amazing food. However, I like to walk a lot, so hopefully this offsets the calories!

Family Globetrotters May 17, 2018 - 11:04 am

Hahah! We walk a lot during our travels too and we work off some serious calories. But we are still injecting non-healthy food into our bodies than we normally would when not travelling. but these ladies on the blog are long term travellers so they have learnt to adjust. The essential oils tip sis good huh? Especially since they are so easy to transport around. Even if you’re backpacking.

Joy Generoso May 4, 2018 - 9:43 pm

I’m guilty of eating too much while traveling. It always makes me feel that it’s okay to eat a lot and try everything since you’re on vacation. Chances are I overeat and less exercise. I hope I can follow a strict rule on how to eat healthy while on the road. Thanks for the tips you listed in here.

Family Globetrotters May 11, 2018 - 4:41 pm

You welcome Joy! Yeah its hard not to over eat when you’re exploring a new destination. after all the idea is to try new things right? Perhaps have to just eat smaller portions throughout the day then heavy meals 3 times a day!

Unta May 4, 2018 - 3:55 am

I like your spirit, and how you managed to enjoy traveling despite health problems. You are inspiration for many of us.

Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 2:38 pm

Thanks Unta. There really are some amazing travelling women in our community. I’m glad that they have learnt to live without their ailments and still travel!

Candy May 4, 2018 - 3:42 am

Eating healthy while traveling is such a hard one for me! It’s hard to resist wanting to try everything that pops out at you, but I am trying to be more aware of my choices. Especially since I am getting older 🙂

Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 2:40 pm

I completely empathise. Part of travelling is to also try new foods right, even if they may not be the healthiest of choices. I have learnt to just let go a little but to eat everything in smaller portions and perhaps cut down on anything super unhealthy. And not to eat anything unnecessary or food items I can get anywhere eg ice cream or donuts.

Sujenne May 4, 2018 - 12:49 am

I loved these tips and stories, not only it makes you aware of the different ways you can affect your health during traveling, but also ways to prevent those. I like reading other peoples experiences, because we now live in a world that we think that our way in the only way. And sometimes its good to sit back and see that their are people that are suffering way more than we do and still manage to make their life a living. I perfectly understand how the Honeymoon Backpackers put on some weight. I had that too with my first 2 destinations that were back to back. After that I learned how to deal with eating foreign food and also use the market to my benefit.

Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 2:41 pm

Thanks for that Sujenne. Yes, I love reading everyone’s experiences and advice too. There were a few things there I hadn’t thought of and local markets really is such a simple and healthy solution to curb unhealthy eating. Thanks for stopping by!

Ketki May 3, 2018 - 7:26 pm

Amazing to read all the experiences – it is certainly inspiring. I feel yoga and eating right does the trick to keep the mental health in check while travelling.

Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 3:36 pm

Absolutely and yoga you can do anywhere and anytime. Healthy eating is always imperative but always so tricky if you’re in a country with produce you may not be so used to or lacking in what you normally have. Just keep going for fruits and veges and you can’t go wrong I guess.

Zoe May 3, 2018 - 5:33 pm

I’m not one for Yoga but I definitely find myself sticking to healthy food options throughout a vacation. Its a matter of keeping to your eating and not over doing it on vacation but at the same time I definitely treat myself! You definitely have some great tips here!

Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 3:38 pm

I’m not a yoga person to I have to admit. When I travel I get so much exercise just from all the walking I do. And when we go on trekking holidays, I definitely don’t need anymore exercise. Yup, healthy eating and not overdoing it is the key. Everything in moderation.

unaveronicavagante May 3, 2018 - 5:26 pm

I love this post and these ideas!
I have my own essential oils, but I have never travelled with them, and I too believe in mindful eating, even if I don’t practice it properly (yet – I guess I could say).
I think that walking is not only a great way to exercise, but too see more of the city you’re visiting. You can run into corners you could have never found on guides!

Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 3:39 pm

Maybe you should try travelling with your essential oils if you feel it could help you. they’re small enough not to take up much space. As for mindful eating, I can’t say I do that very well!

Liz May 3, 2018 - 3:27 pm

Thanks a lot for this comprehensive and helpful post. It’s so important not to forget about our wellbeing while travelling!

Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 3:42 pm

I agree! And sometimes we’re so busy with our itineraries and all that running around that we forget to look after ourselves. I sued to be more exhausted after a trip then before I went!

Louise May 3, 2018 - 2:32 pm

What a great compilation of travel health tips! There are a lot of things I’ve read here that I’ve never heard of but am now interested in trying out. Such as tapping and alternate nostril breathing. I have heard of mindful eating and really try to follow it.
Thanks for putting this together and sharing – very helpful and informative!

Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 3:43 pm

You welcome Louise and I’m delighted that you have found some useful information. I have heard sooo much about tapping and how it can really help people. I have heard of mindful eating too although I don’t do it very well!

Lindsay May 3, 2018 - 1:57 pm

I can totally relate to these tips…especially the exercise one. I have made it a priority to workout even while traveling. It is so much better for your mind, body, and spirit to take just a chunk of time and devote it to your wellbeing! Thanks for the tips!

Family Globetrotters May 4, 2018 - 3:44 pm

You have such great discipline Lindsay! That’s so great you can exercise every day no matter where you are. And really, I exercise when I’m not travelling so I really should do it when I am too.

Ana Rose Roads and Pages March 24, 2018 - 12:27 am

Thank you for those tips. They are indeed helpful. Usually, when we travel, we get too excited that we tend to check our health. I remember when we are about to go on a trip, my boyfriend would always tell me to sleep more in the house because I might not have enough sleep once we started on our travel but because I get too excited, it is really a challenge to make a deep sleep. But then, I think that health should not be taken for granted. Travelling will not be made possible if our health is not in good condition.

Family Globetrotters March 28, 2018 - 9:04 am

I couldn’t’ agree more. And I am terrible at sleeping outside of my own bedroom and always takes me a while to adjust. I’m terrible with jetlag too. By the time I get use to it all its time to leave again!

Wandering life - Catarina Leonardo March 18, 2018 - 5:27 am

These tips are really important. We must never forget to ensure our health. Without health there is no trip …

Family Globetrotters March 20, 2018 - 1:00 pm

That’s so true Catarina. If we’re not healthy we won’t be able to enjoy our trip! But I guess we just get caught up in the moment we forget to look after ourselves and we try and do too much. I think some of these tips are things we can practice everyday!

Baia March 18, 2018 - 3:43 am

This is a very interesting read! I haven’t traveled yet that long, but those tips will be useful in the future

Family Globetrotters March 20, 2018 - 12:01 pm

Thanks Baia! I think some of these tips can be used in everyday life, not just travel. these amazing women who contributed are mainly long term travelers so they have to find a way to stay healthy whilst on the road. Hope you have some amazing travel planned in the near future:)

Nathan March 18, 2018 - 1:07 am

Oftentimes, when we are travelling, we are so caught up on immersing ourselves in the local culture, trying out new experiences and having fun that we may neglect our health. Fatigue may set in, inability to adapt to different climates, just to name a few. Taking good care of our health is essential so that our travels can proceed as planned and we can have more fun! Thanks for sharing these amazing tips 🙂

Family Globetrotters March 20, 2018 - 11:58 am

I couldn’t agree more Nathan! We get carried away sometimes trying to cram too much in or indulging too much in the local cuisine. Honestly sometime I am more exhausted when I come back form a trip than I was before I left! I have learnt to do everything in moderation now, especially when travelling with a family. We try to put in some sort of physical activity wherever we can.

Neha March 17, 2018 - 7:25 pm

I couldn’t agree more. 10 minutes or 10 pushups, anything is better than nothing. And it actually helps in a long run. Great content!!!

Family Globetrotters March 20, 2018 - 11:56 am

Thank you Neha! I agree, something is better than nothing! I hate pushups….. LOL

PossesstheWorld March 16, 2018 - 12:06 pm

Maintaining health and wellbeing is really important when travelling, thanks for sharing the stories of these travellers

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Fawcett February 24, 2018 - 10:55 am

Family Globetrotters, thanks for the article post.Really thank you! Great.

Theresa Ho February 21, 2018 - 8:47 am

So many great tips here! Definitely, a big part of it is listening and learning to tune into your body’s needs. Thanks for putting this article together!

Family Globetrotters February 21, 2018 - 10:28 am

Thanks Theresa, it was great to have your contribution! I am so fascinated by cortices and I appreciate you giving us your time to explain it. I think sometimes during travel we try to pack so much in such a short period of time we forget to take car of ourselves. And I am guilty for overindulging too.

Honeymoon Backpackers February 21, 2018 - 5:38 am

Thanks for having us apart of this collaboration! Maintaining a healthy wellbeing and lifestyle while travelling is really important to us. We loved reading everyone’s tips 🙂

Family Globetrotters February 21, 2018 - 10:25 am

Thank you so much Monique and it was great having your contribution. One of the bloggers mentioned to me her favourite was local markets:) We love checking out your blog and I hope this honeymoon NEVER ends for you!

Amiekay February 20, 2018 - 7:52 am

This is a great list with tips I never thought of. I will definitely keep referring back to this list as my travels continue, especially for the tips about keeping fit!

Family Globetrotters February 20, 2018 - 2:09 pm

Thank you for your candid contribution Amiekay! Yes I think these tips are super useful and some were even inspirational. As we travel with our daughter, its important we’re healthy and fit all of the time so I’ll definitely be checking this list on a regular basis too!

thetravelingtulip February 20, 2018 - 6:06 am

It has been such a great initiative and I learned a lot more tips and tricks, that I can now use in my travels 🙂 🙂 If you want to read more of my experiences, check out http://www.thetravelingtulip.eu. 🙂 🙂

Family Globetrotters February 20, 2018 - 2:08 pm

Thank you and I’m glad you think so. Yeah, I think some of the tips were so useful and some I had never even thought of!

Yamkins February 20, 2018 - 5:02 am

Thank you for featuring us in this wonderful article. These are all wonderful tips that we could use during our travels. Thanks for sharing!

Family Globetrotters February 20, 2018 - 2:07 pm

You’re most welcome and seriously, thank you for contributing. Your story is so inspirational and I loved reading about your Disney World holiday. Your grandmother is one lucky woman and I hope I get to travel for many years to come too!

Lara February 20, 2018 - 2:05 am

I love these tips! Will give most of them a try. Thanks for including my own wellbeing tip too! Have a look at https://www.herbackpackbliss.com/en/fit-budget-backpacking-asia/ for more ideas on how to stay fit while traveling. Would love to hear your thoughts on it!

Family Globetrotters February 20, 2018 - 2:06 pm

Thank you for contributing! I think we have a very comprehensive list of excellent tips any traveler can use.


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