Selling Luxury: What's Brewing for Luxury Travel in 2023?

What’s trending for 2023 travel? We caught up with George Morgan-Grenville, founder of Red Savannah, a luxury travel company specializing in tailor-made trips around the world.

Here are some highlights Red Savannah has in store for the coming year, based on what they are seeing in terms of hot destinations and types of travel being requested.

Bhutan: With the recently renovated Trans-Bhutan Walking Trail opening in late 2022, tourists can enjoy the restored 250-mile trail from east to west meanders. This ancient trail allows views of the Himalayan Kingdom’s one-of-a-kind landscape and the century-old communities along the journey.

Paris: 2023 in Paris will allow travelers to visit The Hôtel de la Marine on Place de la Concorde, which has opened to the public for the first time since The Revolution. They can also view the recently opened private art collection at the Bourse de Commerce.

Egypt: The Grand Egyptian Museum, located on the Giza Plateau next to the Great Pyramids has recently opened. With an estimated 100,000 artifacts and must-see sights such as the 83-ton, 3,200-year-old statue of Ramses II the museum will truly be like no other. 

Sicily: Tourists are encouraged to dive deep into the landscapes of Italy enjoying the expansive vineyards and culinary magic the community has to offer. Red Savannah has also created the ultimate 8-day experience for guests to visit the UNESCO World Heritage sites in an efficient and memorable way.

What Types of Travel Are Gaining Momentum for 2023?

Skip-Gen Travel: A great way for grandparents and their grandchildren to bond while allowing parents some alone time

One-on-One Family Travel: Taking trips with each of their kids individually will allow parents to truly get to know their children’s interests by spending uninterrupted time with them

Hands-on Sustainable Travel: Travelers are focusing on reducing the negative impacts of tourism by getting off the beaten path, spending money at local businesses, avoiding single-use plastics and more during their vacations

E-Biking: A great alternative to car travel, pedal assist helps riders with hills, inclines and rough terrain allowing travelers to explore more without being physically exhausted

Wild Swimming: Spending time in nature has many mental benefits and the chill of natural waters can provide many physical benefits

Elevated Concierges Services: The assistance of a concierge helps to take the guesswork out of planning activities during vacation, allowing travelers to spend more time actually enjoying themselves

Be sure to watch the video above as Morgan-Grenville shares unique tips on how to travel to each of these places and to get the scoop on what it's like to navigate destinations on an e-bike.

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