Travel trends range from staycations to going to a new city for a music festival. These are the 10 best travel trends that should go on your list.
Nowadays, people seem more inclined to spend their extra earnings on traveling rather than materialistic items. According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, 1.34 billion people traveled in 2018 alone, compared to the mere 84 million who did the year before. People travel for multiple reasons, the least of which is the need for a simple getaway.
Traveling not only offers the ability to see a variety of cultures, but it can also help people with health ailments. Travel has become almost a cardinal standpoint for some, while others just have an overwhelming travel bug that they can’t seem to get rid of. Whatever your reasons to explore the Earth may be, take the following into consideration for your next venture. Here are 10 travel trends you need to add you your bucket list (and how to do them well)! Continue at Source: 10 Travel Trends To Add To Your Bucket List (& How To Do Them Well)
Heading into the busiest travel season of the year, (hello, Summer getaways!) Mapped’s experts have identified the top travel and tourism trends for 2019 that every wanderluster should know about. See more at Source: 10 travel and tourism trends to inspire your next getaway in 2019
You’d think our taste buds would be trend-proof, that our appetites are immune to the passing whims of experimental chefs. Foods aren’t fads. Except… some of the tastiest plates from recent years definitely started out that way. Gourmet burgers, Korean BBQ, small-plates everything – they all mushroomed from trendy restaurants in trendy quarters of trendy cities. See more at Source: 6 Food Trends To Devour This Summer
“Trends such as digitalisation and responsible tourism are unique state-of-the-art concepts, transforming the entire hospitality industry globally and regionally. Phenomena such as IoT will enable the potential of the region and drive economic growth for local governments to support these developments,” said Matthieu De Clercq, partner, public sector, Oliver Wyman. Read more at Source: The future of tourism: 7 travel trends you should know
Innovations and disruptions are becoming increasingly common as they occur at never before seen rates. Many of the technologies that we expect to shape the future have already started making an impact on our lives. Yet, recent developments in these areas are pointing to significant repercussions that these technologies will have on our everyday lives in the future, often in unexpected ways.
Here are six key trends in technology that will impact our lives over the next decade.
Multi-generational holidays, where three generations of a family travel together, has been on the increase for years but a new type of family getaway could soon take over.
Skip-gen trips, or gramping, is on the rise and it’s a fantastic way for grandparents to spend quality time with their grandchildren and without the parents on holiday.
Palm-fringed coastlines, off-the-grid towns, and sublime natural parks have emerged as some of the most sought after destinations by travellers, revealed Airbnb. The hospitality company analysed pre-bookings made for June 1-September 2, 2019 and compared the same with the data from last year to come to its conclusion. Plenty of under-the-radar destinations are making a big impression on visitors. Here’s a look at some of the top summer destinations according to AirbnbGet latest Travel online at cnbctv18.com
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It’s not official until it’s on Instagram, which makes it crucial to have a plan to showcase the best of your special day on social media. Prabhat Choudhary, founder of Entropy, India’s biggest celebrity digital agency, decodes how celebrities broke the Internet recently. “Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh(#DeepVeer with a reach of 96 million) opted for a measured approach. The scarcity created a bigger buzz,” he says. On the other hand, “Anand and Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s wedding was a case of Instagram maximalism,” he adds. With #EverydayPhenomenal reaching 18 million and #SonamKiShaadi touching a figure of 12 million, who are we to disagree? Another star couple to tie the knot took a completely different route. “Nick and Priyanka Chopra Jonas (#Nickyanka with a reach of 69 million) sold their pictures to select media outlets. This interfered with the organic spread, but they continued to release images long after the wedding.” Don’t wait to get your Insta game plan on.
Forget “ living like a local” – at least for the minute – because the newest travel trend is to study when you’re on the road.
Bookings for classes and workshops by Australians travelling increased 80 per cent last year, and globally they were up more than 90 per cent*.
It seems people want to hit the reset button and learn new skills when travelling, and they want to bring a fresh outlook back to their everyday lives.