The last two years have significantly impacted how we live, work, and travel for some of us. With restrictions around the globe easing, and travel making a BIG comeback, let’s take a look at a few major trends we’ll be seeing in 2022 and beyond!
Revenge travel has never been hotter, and big, bucket-list trips take travelers by storm. With all of the time spent at home, in lockdown, teaching your kids through remote schooling, or simply saving money that would ordinarily be spent on holidays – travelers are ready to go all out on their next escape.
Active travelers are planning treks across the Serengeti or looking to scale Machu Pichu. Luxury lovers are considering pampered stays at the Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, or yachting across the Med, and honeymooners are dreaming about not just one but two or more honeymoon destinations – all rolled into a loved up mega getaway!
With remote work on the rise, more employees take their laptops on the road and blur the lines between work and play. Whether it’s a weeklong escape to a cabin or a month-long tropical getaway, workcations can be made possible as long as there’s a WiFi connection.
While gracing the 2022 travel trends list, workcations are not new. Digital nomads have been plugging away on their laptops for years in the jungles of Costa Rica, the beaches of Mexico, and at cafes in Paris. Now it’s just an option for an increasing number of remote workers.
Something else that we’ve all done a lot of lately is staying home. And while there’s great comfort in your own space, there’s also something to be said for soft high-thread-count sheets, room service, and uninterrupted quiet time.
For individuals who cannot travel given the current pandemic, staycations can provide the perfect antidote. From local spa visits and hotel stays to discovering nearby attractions, travelers don’t need to venture far to relax, unwind, or explore somewhere new.
Travel is deeply personal, and for many, their trip is built around a specific theme or desire to learn.
Growing with popular demand, voluntourism combines your holiday with giving back. There is also culinary tourism focusing on regional cuisine, chefs, cooking classes, Agro Tourism visiting working farms or ranches, and polar tourism.
After spending a considerable amount of time at home with your four-legged family members, you may not want to part with them on your next vacation.
It’s no secret that our pets are valued members of the family, and the travel industry is recognizing it. Hotels are going far above and beyond welcoming your furry companion with the requisite dog bed and bowl. Think canine-specific room-service menus, pet-friendly restaurant spaces, and in-room massage.
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