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With purchases up 15% from the previous year—2019—Cruise Planners concluded 2022 on a high note. 2019 was a record-breaking year for travel. The home-based travel agency discussed its top travel trends and what its network of advisers are concentrating on throughout wave season prior to the start of this year.
Luxury travel is king when it comes to one of the most popular travel themes for 2023. The size of the global luxury market, estimated at $945.6 billion in 2019, is projected to increase 11% during the following four years. As the CEO and creator of Cruise Planners, Michelle Fee stated, "We know 2023 is the 'Year of Travel' just by looking at the enormous number of sales we have on the books and it is not quite a month into the new year. Luxury is at the top of the list, and clients are willing to spend any amount of money to make memories with their loved ones.
The luxury cruise market is one of the areas of the luxury travel industry that has experienced a surge in growth. These well-liked locations are being reserved by Cruise Planners advisors:
Africa, the Middle East, and India
Other popular cruise destinations are the Caribbean (+12% for 2023 compared to 2019), Alaska (trending at 32 percent for departures compared to 2019), and Europe, which is also experiencing significant demand with a 32 percent increase for departures in 2023 compared to 2019.
Other upward trends include:
Increased emphasis on sustainability: As environmental worries about the effects of tourism rise, it's expected that more tourists will look for eco-friendly vacation options. This might entail a rise in eco-appeal tourism's as well as a stronger focus on sustainable procedures at hotels and resorts. Major cruise lines are increasingly using LNG-powered ships as they try to lower their carbon footprint.
Increase in domestic travel: Some people are reluctant to travel abroad due to high plane costs, and this trend is likely to remain for the foreseeable future. When a result, as people discover more about their own nation and region, domestic tourism may rise.
Expansion of remote work: It's possible that many people will continue to work remotely, if not full-time, long after the pandemic is over. The pandemic has hastened the trend of remote work. As more people take advantage of the freedom and flexibility that remote work provides, "digital nomad" travel may become more prevalent.
Grandparents, parents, and children travelling together allows families to make the most of their time together. For individuals interested in this kind of travel, Mexican all-inclusive resorts and Caribbean cruises are excellent choices.
Given the abundance of options, travellers are increasingly looking for personalised and tailored experiences that are catered to their unique interests and tastes. This might cover everything from specialised tours to unique vacation packages.
Vacations focused on wellness: According to a Global Wellness Institute research, from now until 2025, wellness tourism will expand by a total of 21 percent. Today's crop of vacation destinations offers something for everyone's wellbeing.
In light of shifting trends and conditions, it is evident that the travel industry will continue to adapt and change. Travelers may ensure that their trips will be secure and pleasurable in 2023 and beyond by keeping an eye on these developments.