National Virtual Vacation Day

National Virtual Vacation Day is a holiday that’s observed annually on the 30th of March and encourages everyone to take some time off of their job and enjoy themselves a vacation. Because not every person can afford or has the time to take a vacation, this holiday actually encourages everyone to take a virtual vacation.

This type of vacation doesn’t require a person to leave the comfort of their daily life, but it does refresh their body, spirit, and spirits. All a person has to do is to use the power of their mind to travel anywhere in the world that they want.

The History Of National Virtual Vacation Day

This holiday was created by Terrance Talks Travel in 2016 and has been observed ever since. The purpose of this holiday is to get people thinking about the vacations they would take if they could take a vacation at any given movement.

Interesting Facts About Travel

Let’s do some travel factoids and perhaps learn a few things that we didn’t know about traveling that we might not have known.

  • Jet lag is worse if a person travels West to East than East to West.
  • Vacations can lower a person’s chance of developing heart disease.
  • Approximately a third of the world’s airports are located in the United States.
  • Mexico City is sinking up to 15-inches a year in some places.
  • One out of every nine American jobs depends on tourism.

Observing National Virtual Vacation Day

It’s easy-peasy to observe this holiday. All a person has to do is to take their mind on a trip around the world. This can be done by watching movies or reading books that take them to another place.

There are also VR Tours that can be found on the Internet and can sweep a person away. While on the Internet, a person can use the hashtag #NationalVirtualVacationDay on social media to spread the word about this holiday and encourage everyone to go on their own virtual vacation.

When is it?
This year (2023)
March 30 Thursday
Next year (2024)
March 30 Saturday
Last year (2022)
March 30 Wednesday
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