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A Safe Place to Visit


Here’s an article that caught our attention: “Five Reasons Why Sanibel, Florida Convinced Me to Travel Again” published by The Points Guy, the travel website and blog that is increasingly growing in popularity.

The article starts,

“I admit it: I’ve been reluctant to travel since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. My fear wasn’t so much about catching the disease since I’m confident wearing a mask, being mindful of social distancing and sanitizing high-touch surfaces will keep me safe.

My larger concern was this: How much fun is a vacation where we don’t go on a guided tour, take a cooking class with a local chef, visit a museum, eat at a restaurant, nurse an after-dinner drink at a local bar or head to a venue to listen to live music?

So, when The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel reached out to gauge my comfort level for in-state beach trips (I’m a Florida resident), I knew it was time to reevaluate my thoughts on safe getaways. Sanibel, after all, is one of my favorite places on Earth. 

Here are a few reasons why I made Sanibel my first pandemic-era vacation, and why other reluctant travelers may want to consider the islands of Sanibel and Captiva for a getaway themselves …”

Intrigued?  Read more here!


One thought on “A Safe Place to Visit

  1. Living on the east coast of Florida, we always visited Oceans Reach several times each year and 2020 was no exception. We found the condos to be safe and all precautions were taken to make our visits very pleasant. Andy and the OR staff had all the CDC rules in place.
    Thank you and a Healthy and Happy New Year.

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