A full year into pandemic life? Can anyone believe that? Add up a full year of striking out travelling to our dream destinations. It’s most definitely displeasing to think about the things we’ve missed out on in the last year, however, it’s still satisfactory to daydream about them.
Travellers who are unable to visit far-flung destinations are seeking out travel inspiration from their favourite places. According to a recent survey, 76% of U.S. consumers say just thinking about future travel has helped their mental health during the pandemic. Places like
Cape Town, South Africa: With the intensely stunning Table Mountain as the backdrop, Cape Town’s natural landscapes make a heaven for active travellers. The majority (54%) of US travellers have Cape Town at the top of their list and are most likely to go after its adventure experiences. These travellers are the type who prioritize nature and the outdoors when travelling.
Atlanta, Georgia: Atlanta is also making its mark on current culture with its massive historical significance. A quarter of US travellers whose top destination is Atlanta prioritize culture and history as well as relaxation equally.
Seoul, South Korea: A lively city emblematic of both history and modernity, it might come as no surprise that the explosive K-pop hub positions high on music lovers’ wish lists. Approximately half (47%) of Americans who rank Seoul as their top travel destination are most likely to seek out the city’s music, concerts, and nightlife.