Restricted to the confines of the country’s borders for two years, Britons are ready to travel abroad again. But the demand has crushed the capabilities of the aviation industry, and with the cost of living crisis beginning to bite, how will people get their holiday fix in this uncertain climate?
With pandemic-strengthened values of sustainability and community, US travelers are seeking eco-oriented vacations, looking to support local economies and slow down the pace of their adventures to enjoy the journey as much as the destination. What can brands do to cater to these ethical explorers?
As people flex the travelling muscle again after lengthy periods without holidays, they're seeking breaks that meet specific needs and changing habits. Among Europeans and Britons particularly, there's an increased interest in longer vacations and last-minute breaks with a focus on wellness.
With the pandemic having turned life upside down, how are people responding when their beloved rituals get disrupted? Canvas8 spoke to Daniel Stein from the University of California about the importance of rituals in modern life and why altering them can make people upset.
In the wake of lockdown restrictions and Britons’ inability to physically explore long-dreamed-about holiday destinations, what impact has virtual reality had on the tourism sector and how will it continue to feature in people’s holiday planning and future travel experiences?