In case you missed it, National Plan for Vacation day was Jan. 26, but not to worry. The point of this National Day, sponsored by the US travel Association, is to just start planning your next vacation/staycation.

While much of the country continues to face rising case numbers and travel restrictions, National Plan for Vacation Day is chance to do what is safe and productive: plan. National Plan for Vacation Day coincides with the Let’s Go There initiative to encourage Americans to still plan, or even book, future vacations, or to simply keep their travel flame alive and think about their next trip.

Submitted by Destination Gettysburg.

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