Topic: Luxury Travel Trends
Based on a survey it conducted on wellness vacations and polling among its members, the Wellness Tourism Association picked out five trends for 2019. Find out more here.
Americans in their 30s and 40s are increasingly choosing to put off traditional life goals in favor of traveling now, according to new research. Learn more here.
The luxury travel agency network is releasing its largest version, with 52 pages of experiences in more than 100 countries. Read more here.
Online cruise marketplace CruiseCompete shared its three top trends for 2019: Dark-skies cruising, ancestral lineage travel and mystery experiences.
From fighting the war on plastics to touring with a travel virgin, Exodus Travels has declared 2019 “The Year of the Thoughtful Traveler.” Read more here.
Luxury Travel Advisor is giving you the go-to guide for an up-and-coming destination once rife with political unease, but now safe for travel. Check out more.
More than 500 travel advisors said river cruising, sustainable travel and cultural connections were some of the top trends for luxury travel in 2019. Learn more.
Ashish Sanghrajka outlined what he saw as next year’s biggest trends. Destinations to watch out for include Uganda, Egypt, Brazil and more.
Surveying over 1,000 of its travel advisors, Virtuoso found travel's largest trend is personalization, with clients seeking out VIP airport services, appointments at elite stores and more.
In a study by Trafalgar, 89 percent of people said travel is stressful and is losing its charm due to lack of "real" experiences and overcrowding.