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8 Alternative summer plans without traveling

You can still spend the summer without booking any flights, and guaranteed to be friendly to your wallet.

8 Alternative summer plans without traveling

Who says you need a plane ticket to have a blast this summer? If you’re all about soaking up the sunshine without draining your funds in the bank, we’ve got the perfect summer itinerary for you!

Keep it local, thrifty, and close to home with these 8 chill summer plans to jet-setting that will leave you on a summer high while still saving a whole lot of money:

  1. Go on a joyride and set camp. Pitch a tent, light a fire, and spend the night under the stars. Summer’s the perfect season to experience the great outdoors, even if it’s just a few hours away from the metro!

  2. Enjoy all things local. Take cues from tourists and explore your own city or neighboring towns with fresh eyes. Visit museums, parks, and landmarks you’ve never visited before.

  3. DIY spa. Treat yourself to a day of pampering without paying the full resort price. Whip up homemade face masks, draw a bubble bath, and indulge in well-deserved self-care.

  4. Get cooking. Expand your culinary horizons by learning a new recipe or two on YouTube! There are plenty of entertaining chefs and home-cook YouTubers you can refer to for this fulfilling hobby. Make dishes from around the world without ever leaving your kitchen.

  5. Movie nights at home. Set up a projector in your backyard or living room and host a movie night under the stars. Invite friends and family over for a memorable evening of good cinema.

  6. Connect with others through books. Start a book club with friends or join an existing one in your community, virtually or in real life. It’s a great way to connect with others while expanding your mind.

  7. Be the go-to handy person with some home improvement projects. Tackle those home improvement tasks you’ve been putting off. Whether it’s painting a room or building a piece of furniture, you’ll feel a sense of accomplishment while sprucing up your space.

  8. Do volunteer work. Give back to your community by volunteering your time and talents. Whether it’s helping out at a local food bank or participating in a barangay cleanup, you’ll feel good while making a difference.

So, wave goodbye to those expensive travel worries, and start embracing local! Remember, summer’s all about trying something new, even if it means keeping it close to home.

Now, get a move on and make this summer one for the books!

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