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|22.02.2021, 09:54 - lily9889 - Rank 4 - 54 Posts
Travellers are already booking their trips for 2021. Where are they going?
Chasing rooftop sunsets with a glass in hand, swinging lazily in a hammock by the beach and the chinking of glasses to boisterous laughter around a table. Sounds like typical vacation scenes, except they haven’t been so since COVID-19 happened.
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As countries gingerly tread border openings, and wanderlust builds up, people are increasingly looking forward to time out with loved ones and ticking off bucket-list adventures. Even better if everyone can stay well and give some love to the community and the environment. All without the crowds.
The lead time for planning has extended, as travellers mull over longer and themed itineraries such as a wintry expedition in Swedish Lapland, a wildlife trip in Canada to see whales and grizzly bears, or a cultural week in Israel, said Scott Dunn Singapore’s General Manager, Mike Harlow.
He added: “Guests are generally looking to travel in 2021, with many booking trips with a longer lead time or taking the opportunity to plan for bucket-list trips to destinations that require advanced planning. Along with this is a demand for privacy and space, and higher expectations for cleanliness and well-equipped health facilities.”
As such, off-the-beaten-path destinations are pinging with interested queries. Lightfoot Travel's co-founder and director Lucy Jackson noted: “Adventurous souls are looking to explore untamed wilderness frontiers and reignite their love for travel, choosing quality over quantity. Destinations such as Mongolia, Bhutan, Antarctica, Central Asia and Patagonia all offer unique landscapes, intriguing cultures and opportune moments for storytelling.”
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