If you get travel-sick easily, you might want to opt for an exoplanet closer to home. Could we suggest the gas giant Tau Boötis b, located a mere 51 light years away? It's so large that some posited it might actually be a failed star, but it's actually a really successful planet (if success = enormity). The thing is at least four times the mass of Jupiter! Like Corot-7b, Tau Boötis b never had the urge to leave the nest, and it orbits closely around its star.
What to bring:
Hang-glider; gas masks; a map.