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Recent findings from global luxury travel network Virtuoso show that upscale travellers are hitting the road and taking weeks — and even months-long getaways — as well as multi-family vacations, while dreaming of faraway destinations such as South Africa and Australia.
A survey of Virtuoso’s travel agency members forecasts leisure travel bookings to return and stabilize in six months to a year.
Virtuoso also surveyed consumers and found that travellers plan on staying close to home through 2020, but international travel will open up for the festive holiday season and 2021 looks promising.
Here are some travel insights per Virtuoso travellers:
Looking Ahead: 2021 Cruising Travel
Virtuoso also reviewed insights garnered by users of Wanderlist, the network’s free interactive social site for travel dreaming and planning. A predictor of where high net worth clients are heading next, Wanderlist compiles the destinations and experiences travellers are most anticipating in the future.
Regardless of where they head next, vacationers will be turning to Virtuoso advisors to plan, book and, most importantly, ensure they have back-up in the event of more travel disruptions. Data and insights were gathered from Virtuoso’s travel agency members, preferred partners and consumers based on transactional data and an ongoing series of surveys.
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