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LIVE 24-SEVEN T R AV E L T R ENDS CL IMAT E CHANGE AWA R ENE S S


Our 2020 travel plans are all affected by climate change awareness, our desire to be responsible for our own carbon footprint and the fallout from Brexit spurring us to travel further-a-field than Europe, according to trend reports. Over-tourism in crowded hotspots will also force us to look at alternative destinations and at different times of the year. Here are a few travel trends for 2020 that might inspire you:


ANCESTRY TRAVEL


By the start of 2019, 26 million people had taken an ancestry DNA test at home and Airbnb's recent partnership with DNA lab 23andMe now encourages travellers to go in search of their roots. The new year will see people travel to seek out genetic links and cultural synergies.


CLIMATE-NEUTRAL TRIPS 14


Carbon offsetting isn't new, but as the climate crisis looms, travellers in 2020 and beyond will want to do all they can to off-set it, such as donating money to renewable energy projects or looking for hotels with a commitment to sustainability.


WELLNESS FOR THE MIND


Hectic work schedules and over-connected lifestyles see stress levels rising and focus is shifting from physical exercise to mindfulness. According to research by Expedia, more than 80 percent of travellers now take trips where a boost in metal health is the ultimate goal. Leave the technology at home along with any gadgets that distract and indulge and unwind – for you.


OUT OF SEASON FOR REAL ENJOYMENT


We all know that away from peak season the prices for popular destinations are substantially lower, Santorini for example, but out of season also means less crowds, so more time spent enjoying yourself, rather than trying to beat the queue, as well as a whole new perspective of a destination.


ALTERNATIVE BUCKET LISTS...FOR THE CURIOUS AND CONSCIOUS


Big-ticket travel wonders are being excessively explored, often causing harm to an area. The curious and conscious are opting for just as special alternatives. Instead of Machu Picchu, why not hike the Rainbow Mountain and visit Orkney's Standing Stones of Stenness instead of Stonehenge?


CRUISING...SEE MORE! Cruising in 2020 will be popular as people strive to achieve more from each holiday. Short stays and day trips to different destinations on the ships itinerary also ensures you get to 'rule in' or 'rule out' places that you'd like to revisit, and maybe spend more time. As new ships offer the very best in celebrity dining, luxury accommodation, first class amenities and super entertainment, what's not to love about cruising?


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