How we will travel in 2021
From sustainable stays to new holistic retreats, here's what’s ahead for travel next year, as we hope for better travel prospects
After spending much of this year 'grounded', you'd forgive people for simply wanting to get away once it's possible again.
While the thought of a carefree holiday is appealing, we're less enamoured with the process of actually getting there. Travel bans, enhanced security, and quarantine procedures will no doubt make the process of air travel tricky for some time yet.
The idea of staying for longer in one single destination, to enjoy more of an immersive experience, is a natural response to the pandemic.
Research from Booking.com agrees that it's no longer about flying in and flying out. "Over a third of travellers have already considered booking somewhere to stay in order to work from a different destination, while 40 per cent would be willing to quarantine if they could work remotely."