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The holiday destinations everyone is rushing to book post lockdownopens in new window
Ryan Pearson, regional manager at Booking.com added that there’s been a “real sense of optimism” since the roadmap was announced. “In light of the vaccine rollout and with many of us eager to experience the world once again, there is no surprise that we are seeing an increase in bookings for domestic summer getaways in particular,” Pearson added.
24
Feb
2021
au.lifestyle.yahoo.com
14 best weekend getaways and breaks in the UK, for when we're free to travel againopens in new window
In fact, recent research from Booking.com found that after the pandemic, there will be an increased demand for a quick trip as over half of UK travellers (52%) want to take shorter breaks in 2021 than they did in 2019 to minimise any disappointment if holiday plans are disrupted again.
23
Feb
2021
www.countryliving.com
Local travel no 1 choice! Indians prefer familiar destinations, holidaying with pets, shows new surveyopens in new window
The Booking.com Future of Travel research insights show that 49% of Indian travellers plan to visit new domestic destinations.Domestic travel surges! A new survey shows that nostalgia and familiar experiences entice Indian travellers, just as they now look to travelling with their furry friends, yes – their much loved pets! Booking.com has shared insights from its latest survey, which shows some interesting travel trends. A notable trend is that Indians prefer to travel to familiar places now. Clearly, safety and familiarity are becoming top priority for travellers.
18
Feb
2021
www.financialexpress.com
Highway escape on the Haast Passopens in new window
A dreamy spot to soak up the splendour of the wilderness is at Wonderland Makarora Lodge. First opened in 1959, A-frame chalets were progressively built over the decades, in addition to the camping ground, restaurant, cafe and bar. It’s a wonderful holiday bolt-hole, enrobed with nature’s finest. You’ll find the lodge listed on Booking.com who are right across our great backyard. Stake out great value stays with complete flexibility and convenience, no matter your budget and preferences.
15
Feb
2021
fortheloveoftravel.net.nz
Valentine’s Week travel: Here’s where Indian couples are planning to celebrate the dayopens in new window
Celebrated on February 14 every year, this year Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday. As such, many couples have planned to make the most of the love-filled weekend. According to digital travel company Booking.com, some top domestic destinations are understood to have been booked for Valentine’s Week — between February 8 and February 15 — by Indian travellers. Of these, New Delhi, Goa and Mumbai are the top-booked domestic cities/UTs, followed by Jaipur and Bengaluru.
12
Feb
2021
indianexpress.com

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