Listen Now: 2020 Travel Predictions: How The Year Will End
Most people are ready to hit the road, but how far will you be able to go?
Over the past week some of the top booking sites have reported an increase in traffic and reservations. According to USA Today, about eighty seven percent of american travelers are hoping to take a vacation by the end of the year. And if you’re one of them, here’s what travel experts say is your best bet.
The rebound potential of road trips is very high. Hitting the road and staycations will be the first to come back. RV Share is reporting a six hundred and fifty percent increase in rentals with people looking to head to national parks.
Domestic travel is expected to make a slow comeback because people — especially families — are going to be cautious about getting on a plane.
International travel will be even slower. People don’t want to be on a plane that long and many countries have border closures in place.
For cruises, experts say it’s too soon to predict. And so far, the CDC isn’t ready to let them shove off.
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