If 2021 was about domestic travel, 2022 may be the year of the “bucket list” trip. This is one of the biggest trends that travel insiders expect this year, despite 2022’s tumultuous start as the omicron Covid-19 variant snarled the industry.
There is a “new sense of urgency” to travel, said Stephanie Papaioannou, a vice president at the luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent.
“Guests feel they have lost two years, and older clients are concerned about having fewer healthy years left to travel,” she said.
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