In its new Future of Travel Report – 2021, travel site Vacaay has revealed the destinations and travel trends it predicts will lead the way among Australian and New Zealand travellers next year.
Among the hottest micro regions to see in 2021, according to the report, are Mo’orea (French Polynesia), the Great Southern Region (Western Australia), the Whitsundays (Queensland), Canterbury (NZ) and Arnhem Land (Northern Territory).
The top four travel trends of 2021, it predicts, will be Slow Travel (Rebooted), Offline Adventures, Splurge Travel and Restorative Travel.
Utilising “real insights” from 150,000-plus users, Vacaay’s forecasts consider the ongoing effects of COVID-19 on international tourism, but include New Zealand and Pacific Bubbles for travel.
“With so much turmoil this year, where and how we travel will be critically changed,” Vacaay CEO Pete McKeon said,
“In this report, we’ve crunched the data and analysed every user interaction to identify the hottest places to travel in 2021, and how Australians and New Zealanders are planning to travel.”
“By sharing our findings on consumer travel patterns, this report will help travel operators and destinations to identify new growth opportunities in line with customer demand.”
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