World Tourism Day? Travel Day For Me!

Nobody doesn’t know COVID-19, huh? The one who has led to a collapse in every walks of life, especially in tourism. In many of the world’s cities, planned travel went down sharply by 80–90%. What has it done to us physically? It triggers a 25% increase in the prevalence of anxiety and depression worldwide. You may not be one of them, but have you ever felt exhausted from work, duties, and everyday life? What do you do about it?


Do you continue life as usual and ignore these feelings? Well, you can, but doing so probably won’t help you feel better. So what we do need to share with you is that there’s a solution when it comes to alleviating at least a little bit of that emotional weight: Pack your bags and go out! What better way to do so than to cross wanderlust-worthy destinations off your bucket list?


Travel allows us to step away from our daily hustle and bustle and provides our minds with time to relax, recharge and rejuvenate. These benefits are not only seen during travel, but for some time after that, which can lead to an enhancement in our focus, productivity, and mental health upon returning.


Setting up a camp, sleeping under the stars, hiking through lush forests—camping can certainly be a fantastic way to calm the mind and enjoy nature. But if you’re a beginner, it can seem a little bit intimidating. Luckily, we live in an information age, so we can learn numerous camping tips on the Internet. As an experienced outdoorsy person, I only want to share a tip to help you avoid a mistake that most campers have made: Pack light.


Nobody wants to schlep a 50-pound pack up a mountain. So when you go out, take only what you need. Write down a list of essentials, cut it in half, and then only pack that. Don’t be worried, you won’t need as much as you think. If you want to save more space for other things, ditch toilet paper. It either takes up too much space in your bag or causes inconvenience that you have to pack it out after pooping. Portable bidets would be your perfect choice. They are small, lightweight, and easy to use. All you need to do is fill up the bidet water bottle, squeeze it, and lastly have a piece of toilet tissue to give yourself a quick dry.




Are you ready to enjoy your travel? Oh, you are stuck at the first step! Still have no idea of buying what camping bidet? Hibbent helps you out! Just pack a Hibbent portable bidet, and now you can go. By the way, don’t forget COVID-19 prevention actions. Have a nice travel!