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There's still no place like home.

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It’s no surprise that COVID-19 continues to depress travel bookings. Our latest survey indicates that 57% of respondents won’t be comfortable traveling internationally until next year. The current trend for travelers is to explore close to home. In fact, Google showed searches for “staycation” quadrupled between April and July. And even closer to home, many respondents report upgrading their homes with resort-like amenities like pools and putting greens, letting them enjoy some of the fun of travel right in their own back yard.

But that’s only part of the big picture, and there are a number of bright spots on the horizon. Our latest research has revealed a number of surprising trends and unexpected insights that can benefit your business as you continue to navigate the turbulent travel market during the pandemic.

Want to learn more details from our proprietary research? Contact us today to schedule a free consultation, and receive our latest key findings on traveler mindsets.

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