The Most Surprising Travel Trend of 2019 Is Really Good News for the Oceanopens in new window
According to sites like Pinterest and Booking.com, while 2018 may have been the year of solo adventures and ‘Gram-worthy experiences, 2019 is all about reducing our environmental footprint while traveling. And lucky for anyone who wants to hop on this eco-friendly train, there are more than a few different ways to go about it.
09
Jan
2019
www.msn.com
Building Your Brand Is How You Will Stand Out When Applying for a Jobopens in new window
Booking.com's chief people officer, Yvonne Agei, reviews more than 400,000 resumes per year with the help of her recruitment colleagues. She recommends candidates customize their resumes specifically for the role for which they are applying. This can mean listing relevant and hard-to-find skills that the employer may be searching for, such as Python web development skills or technical writing skills with experience in blockchain technology terminology.
09
Jan
2019
www.entrepreneur.com
About 73% of Indian travellers will take more weekend trips in 2019: Booking.com opens in new window
Weekend getaways will be trending top for Indian travellers in 2019, according to Booking.com. The recent research conducted by the travel booking platform revealed that almost three-quarters of Indian travellers plan to take more weekend trips in 2019 (73%). About 84% of the Indian travellers now wish to take a holiday to mentally unwind, over sightseeing and other travel-related activities.
08
Jan
2019
economictimes.indiatimes.com
6 eco-friendly hotels made for conscious travellersopens in new window
Recent research from Booking.com revealed that a whopping 86 per cent of holidaymakers say they would be willing to spend time on activities that offset the environmental impact of their stay, with over a third (37 per cent) willing to clear plastic and litter from a beach or other tourist attractions
07
Jan
2019
in.style.yahoo.com
Unlikely tourist hotspots: Why Georgia is on our minds opens in new window
But for anyone looking further afield than traditional favourites like Spain and Portugal, leading online travel site booking.com has compiled a list of up-and-coming destinations by analysing bookings during the past two years and polling 21,500 people on their travel plans for 2019. A spokesman said: "Our research reveals that nearly half of global travellers want to be more adventurous in their choice of destination in 2019 than they were in 2018."
06
Jan
2019
www.express.co.uk

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