5 Travel Trends for 2021!

  The whole globe collectively stepped into the world of New Normal where masks and sanitisers are as important as money and cell phone when one decides to move out of their home. Travel restrictions in many countries are still intact opening only intra country movement but its only safe to predict with the launch of vaccines in most major countries, the borders might open internationally too.

The whole globe collectively stepped into the world of New Normal where masks and sanitisers are as important as money and cell phone when one decides to move out of their home. Travel restrictions in many countries are still intact opening only intra country movement but its only safe to predict with the launch of vaccines in most major countries, the borders might open internationally too.

Most experts have predicted mid-year to be the starting point of the world starting to go back to how it was! Although, the safety and precautionary measures will still be advised to follow while travelling abroad.

We have curated a list of travel trends that will be the top pick of most travellers in 2021:

1.       Travel to Locations with less population

While it will take the big cities and countries more time to get out of the burn of the pandemic, it is simple to assume, the countries with less population will recover faster. Most countries like Singapore and New Zealand have already been able to control the community spread by taking important measures. While most Northern European countries did not suffer much. These places can be a great pick when the travel restrictions are lifted. They will allow travellers to roam around freely without worrying about their safety.

2.       Adventure Sports

Pandemic has taught everyone how uncertain and unpredictable life is. Everyone has a bucket list of adventure sports they want to attempt doing once in their life. The thrill and rush will revive one from months of being at home. While it`s also super safe considering the social distancing in the air 2000 feet above the ground or in the depths of water among the sea life.

3.       Cruises

Bored living and walking on land? If you want a break not just from your home but from being on land altogether, book a cruise trip to nearby shores. Cruises can be a great travel experience; it is a world of its own. Most cruises come with several stops by destinations and performers. And who wouldn’t want to sunbathe right over the water anyway?

4.       Solo Trips

If the lockdowns have made you realise how much you like your own company, you are not alone! Solo trips are on its surge this year. With most travellers still following social distancing norms, the best way to seclude one is by travelling to destinations you always wanted to alone, this year.

5.       Travel Bubbles

Travel to safe remote areas with the same set of friends and families. Some of the best holidays are spent away from the hustle of city life. These retrieves will offer you a way to connect to nature and have a gala time with the people you care and love the most.


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