People who receive peritoneal dialysis (PD) have more freedom than those who are on hemodialysis. However, some PD patients have difficulty adapting to their new environment and thus remain largely homebound. When they work or travel abord, who cannot rely wholly on others, these patients must handle certain life problems alone. It is essential for nursing staff to help PD patients to prepare for overcoming typical inconveniences, improving quality of life, and handling unfamiliar environments. The present study assists patients to arrange domestic and foreign tourism and to participate in various activities. The intervention teaches the pre-assessment of tourism, the assessment and selection of the sterile environment for exchange, the arrangements for dialysate, planning for handling complications, the travel matters attention, and other tourist information using group or individual instruction. It is expected that patients with peritoneal dialysis will be more willing to leave their houses and be better prepared to travel, which should lead to their having more fun and to their greater enjoyment of life.