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The travel trends 2022 will likely seeopens in new window
Experts though are optimistic of demand for travel coming back and have some key trends to share that will define travel in 2022. Says Ritu Mehrotra, regional manager, South Asia, Booking.com, "As a business and industry, we need to be flexible knowing that the recovery trajectory will not always be linear or predictable, but overall, we know travel will eventually be back and continue to grow.” Before the news of the Omicron variant started coming in, Booking.com saw search interest from Indian travellers to countries such as the UAE, Sri Lanka, UK, and France for the month of December.
28
Dec
2021
www.indiatoday.in
Will 2022 be the year sustainable travel goes mainstream?opens in new window
Elsewhere, research from Booking.com’s 2021 Sustainable Travel Report found that 43 per cent of nearly 30,000 people surveyed said the pandemic had made them want to travel more sustainably in the future.
28
Dec
2021
www.msn.com
2022 is the year travel will broaden not just horizons, but social circles tooopens in new window
As we look to the year ahead, Booking.com has shared its predictions for travel in 2022, revealing a renewed sense of optimism that is fueling a hunger to embrace the new normal and get back out to fully experience the world. While providing some much-needed rest and relaxation, vacations in 2022 will also be an opportunity to branch out and make new connections, particularly as many opportunities to meet new people were shut off over the course of the pandemic.
27
Dec
2021
www.traveldailymedia.com
Boxing Day sales 2021: Best UK dealsopens in new window
Want to plan ahead and have something to look forward to? Booking.com has loads of discounts on getaways in early 2022 (think 15% your entire stay) as well as offers for later in the year and beyond.
26
Dec
2021
www.aol.co.uk
Say 'Yes' To Trips, Get The First-Time Feels & Other Travel Predictions For 2022opens in new window
There’s hope after all! Travel optimism shows an upward tick according to a new Booking.com survey. To explore this rolling wave of travel optimism, they commissioned extensive research with more than 24,000 travellers across 31 countries and territories 1 including India, combining it with its proprietary data and insights as a digital travel leader for the past 25 years, to predict how travel will continue to be redefined in 2022.
24
Dec
2021
economictimes.indiatimes.com

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