THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

The pandemic has had one of the biggest impacts on the travel industry. With bookings going down as much as 70%, the travel industry is undoubtedly going to have to change. Here's what we predict will happen.

Staying closer to home

Travel will shift from going abroad to staying within the comforts of your own home. This can mean either rebuilding your home to recreate that 'vacation feeling' or treating yourself to a stay at a hotel nearby. For this, hotels will have to start attracting locals more instead of just focusing on tourists.

Attracting locals

These last decades we've seen the rise of hoards of tourists swarming cities and with the pandemic we've seen them disappear just as quickly. Hotels are going to have to start paying attention to attracting locals as well for a more sustainable business.

Contact free travel

We can't imagine living in a contact-free world yet but with the pandemic still at a rise, we're looking to limit our personal contact to a minimum. With technology, contact free travel with have to be made available. Think checking into a hotel digitally for a seamless and risk-free travel. Or travelling to secluded areas to avoid personal contact.

Private travel

In shaping a new tourism and hospitality world, a new form of travel will make it's way. Think complete itineraries with serviced stays. Anything for the safety and comfort of the traveller.

Travel with a purpose

These last few years we've seen large groups flooding so called 'instagrammable' spots. We predict that travel will change to travelling with a purpose. Think immersive trips, taking cooking classes and learning about the country's culture and customs — after all, that's what travelling is about.

THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

The pandemic has had one of the biggest impacts on the travel industry. With bookings going down as much as 70%, the travel industry is undoubtedly going to have to change. Here's what we predict will happen.

Staying closer to home

Travel will shift from going abroad to staying within the comforts of your own home. This can mean either rebuilding your home to recreate that 'vacation feeling' or treating yourself to a stay at a hotel nearby. For this, hotels will have to start attracting locals more instead of just focusing on tourists.

Attracting locals

These last decades we've seen the rise of hoards of tourists swarming cities and with the pandemic we've seen them disappear just as quickly. Hotels are going to have to start paying attention to attracting locals as well for a more sustainable business.

Contact free travel

We can't imagine living in a contact-free world yet but with the pandemic still at a rise, we're looking to limit our personal contact to a minimum. With technology, contact free travel with have to be made available. Think checking into a hotel digitally for a seamless and risk-free travel. Or travelling to secluded areas to avoid personal contact.

Private travel

In shaping a new tourism and hospitality world, a new form of travel will make it's way. Think complete itineraries with serviced stays. Anything for the safety and comfort of the traveller.

Travel with a purpose

These last few years we've seen large groups flooding so called 'instagrammable' spots. We predict that travel will change to travelling with a purpose. Think immersive trips, taking cooking classes and learning about the country's culture and customs — after all, that's what travelling is about.

THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

The pandemic has had one of the biggest impacts on the travel industry. With bookings going down as much as 70%, the travel industry is undoubtedly going to have to change. Here's what we predict will happen.

Staying closer to home

Travel will shift from going abroad to staying within the comforts of your own home. This can mean either rebuilding your home to recreate that 'vacation feeling' or treating yourself to a stay at a hotel nearby. For this, hotels will have to start attracting locals more instead of just focusing on tourists.

Attracting locals

These last decades we've seen the rise of hoards of tourists swarming cities and with the pandemic we've seen them disappear just as quickly. Hotels are going to have to start paying attention to attracting locals as well for a more sustainable business.

Contact free travel

We can't imagine living in a contact-free world yet but with the pandemic still at a rise, we're looking to limit our personal contact to a minimum. With technology, contact free travel with have to be made available. Think checking into a hotel digitally for a seamless and risk-free travel. Or travelling to secluded areas to avoid personal contact.

Private travel

In shaping a new tourism and hospitality world, a new form of travel will make it's way. Think complete itineraries with serviced stays. Anything for the safety and comfort of the traveller.

Travel with a purpose

These last few years we've seen large groups flooding so called 'instagrammable' spots. We predict that travel will change to travelling with a purpose. Think immersive trips, taking cooking classes and learning about the country's culture and customs — after all, that's what travelling is about.

THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

The pandemic has had one of the biggest impacts on the travel industry. With bookings going down as much as 70%, the travel industry is undoubtedly going to have to change. Here's what we predict will happen.

Staying closer to home

Travel will shift from going abroad to staying within the comforts of your own home. This can mean either rebuilding your home to recreate that 'vacation feeling' or treating yourself to a stay at a hotel nearby. For this, hotels will have to start attracting locals more instead of just focusing on tourists.

Attracting locals

These last decades we've seen the rise of hoards of tourists swarming cities and with the pandemic we've seen them disappear just as quickly. Hotels are going to have to start paying attention to attracting locals as well for a more sustainable business.

Contact free travel

We can't imagine living in a contact-free world yet but with the pandemic still at a rise, we're looking to limit our personal contact to a minimum. With technology, contact free travel with have to be made available. Think checking into a hotel digitally for a seamless and risk-free travel. Or travelling to secluded areas to avoid personal contact.

Private travel

In shaping a new tourism and hospitality world, a new form of travel will make it's way. Think complete itineraries with serviced stays. Anything for the safety and comfort of the traveller.

Travel with a purpose

These last few years we've seen large groups flooding so called 'instagrammable' spots. We predict that travel will change to travelling with a purpose. Think immersive trips, taking cooking classes and learning about the country's culture and customs — after all, that's what travelling is about.

THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

The pandemic has had one of the biggest impacts on the travel industry. With bookings going down as much as 70%, the travel industry is undoubtedly going to have to change. Here's what we predict will happen.

Staying closer to home

Travel will shift from going abroad to staying within the comforts of your own home. This can mean either rebuilding your home to recreate that 'vacation feeling' or treating yourself to a stay at a hotel nearby. For this, hotels will have to start attracting locals more instead of just focusing on tourists.

Attracting locals

These last decades we've seen the rise of hoards of tourists swarming cities and with the pandemic we've seen them disappear just as quickly. Hotels are going to have to start paying attention to attracting locals as well for a more sustainable business.

Contact free travel

We can't imagine living in a contact-free world yet but with the pandemic still at a rise, we're looking to limit our personal contact to a minimum. With technology, contact free travel with have to be made available. Think checking into a hotel digitally for a seamless and risk-free travel. Or travelling to secluded areas to avoid personal contact.

Private travel

In shaping a new tourism and hospitality world, a new form of travel will make it's way. Think complete itineraries with serviced stays. Anything for the safety and comfort of the traveller.

Travel with a purpose

These last few years we've seen large groups flooding so called 'instagrammable' spots. We predict that travel will change to travelling with a purpose. Think immersive trips, taking cooking classes and learning about the country's culture and customs — after all, that's what travelling is about.

THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

The pandemic has had one of the biggest impacts on the travel industry. With bookings going down as much as 70%, the travel industry is undoubtedly going to have to change. Here's what we predict will happen.

Staying closer to home

Travel will shift from going abroad to staying within the comforts of your own home. This can mean either rebuilding your home to recreate that 'vacation feeling' or treating yourself to a stay at a hotel nearby. For this, hotels will have to start attracting locals more instead of just focusing on tourists.

Attracting locals

These last decades we've seen the rise of hoards of tourists swarming cities and with the pandemic we've seen them disappear just as quickly. Hotels are going to have to start paying attention to attracting locals as well for a more sustainable business.

Contact free travel

We can't imagine living in a contact-free world yet but with the pandemic still at a rise, we're looking to limit our personal contact to a minimum. With technology, contact free travel with have to be made available. Think checking into a hotel digitally for a seamless and risk-free travel. Or travelling to secluded areas to avoid personal contact.

Private travel

In shaping a new tourism and hospitality world, a new form of travel will make it's way. Think complete itineraries with serviced stays. Anything for the safety and comfort of the traveller.

Travel with a purpose

These last few years we've seen large groups flooding so called 'instagrammable' spots. We predict that travel will change to travelling with a purpose. Think immersive trips, taking cooking classes and learning about the country's culture and customs — after all, that's what travelling is about.

THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL
POST CORONA

Contributor: Eirign

The pandemic has had one of the biggest impacts on the travel industry. With bookings going down as much as 70%, the travel industry is undoubtedly going to have to change. Here's what we predict will happen.

Staying closer to home

Travel will shift from going abroad to staying within the comforts of your own home. This can mean either rebuilding your home to recreate that 'vacation feeling' or treating yourself to a stay at a hotel nearby. For this, hotels will have to start attracting locals more instead of just focusing on tourists.

Attracting locals

These last decades we've seen the rise of hoards of tourists swarming cities and with the pandemic we've seen them disappear just as quickly. Hotels are going to have to start paying attention to attracting locals as well for a more sustainable business.

Contact free travel

We can't imagine living in a contact-free world yet but with the pandemic still at a rise, we're looking to limit our personal contact to a minimum. With technology, contact free travel with have to be made available. Think checking into a hotel digitally for a seamless and risk-free travel. Or travelling to secluded areas to avoid personal contact.

Private travel

In shaping a new tourism and hospitality world, a new form of travel will make it's way. Think complete itineraries with serviced stays. Anything for the safety and comfort of the traveller.

Travel with a purpose

These last few years we've seen large groups flooding so called 'instagrammable' spots. We predict that travel will change to travelling with a purpose. Think immersive trips, taking cooking classes and learning about the country's culture and customs — after all, that's what travelling is about.

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