The gift of travel seems to the best thing If you are in the mood to brighten the day of a family member. The latest Surveys have revealed that planning future travel truly brings happiness to people who are in distress after the long lockdowns and quarantines.
A future trip, especially a domestic one with family members is now becoming a bold priority. The survey has also found that 47 percent of the respondents would feel either happy or very happy to receive a travel-related gift this holiday season.
One of the reasons why travel is such a great gift is that it gives people something to look forward to, something to stand the winter and quarantine.
The Institute for Applied Positive Research has also found similar results. Noting that 71 percent of participants of its survey reported having more energy knowing they had a trip planned in the next six months.
The “Let’s Go There, together” plan was the U.S. Travel Association’s answer to this survey. This plan identifies the benefits of a vacation and reminding families during the holidays of the joy that future travels together will bring.
The movement has been embraced by more than 3,000 organizations, and The Let’s Go There Coalition, the initiative’s steering committee, has included more than 80 businesses in the travel industry and beyond, such as Chase; Delta Air Lines, American Express, American Airlines, the American Resort Development Association, Disney Parks, Ecolab, Experiences and Products Enterprise Holdings, Expedia, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Hilton, the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Visitor & Convention Bureau, Loews Hotels & Co, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, Marriott International, Sabre, PepsiCo, the U.S. Travel Association, the South Dakota Department of Tourism, United Airlines; Visit California, Visa, Visit Spokane, and World Cinema.