Transcript for Domestic travel is on the rise as camping and RV travel still remain popular amid the pandemic
All right. Time for the "Weekend download." With most summer travel canceled last year, many people are now considering hitting the road once again, but our travel preferences might look a little different this year. I recently spoke with the award-winning lifestyle journalist Genevieve Shaw brown. Genevieve, good morning. So we do say there's real pent up demand for summer vacations this year? Yes. They're called vaccications. It's the trip you take once you've received your vaccine and they're all the rage this summer. Expedience leading the survey, 82% of respondents plan on taking an extra week's vacation this year. Where are people going? Domestic travel is hotter than ever because international travel can require a series of covid tests and possibly a likely quarantine depending on where you live. People are staying stateside, but hotel prices reflect that. There's a tremendous uptick in camping and rv travel, and a couple of sites to check out, hip camp, sort of the airbnb of camping and glamping, and then harvest host is one to check out too. 2,000 destinations all over the So what about folks who do want to travel internationally? Is that doable? Hotels are going out of their way to make people feel safe. Going as far as creating things called safety Zones. That's happening at the baja mar in the Bahamas, and if you are looking to vacation multitask, keep your eye on the Maldives. They are planning on offering a vaccine to travelers to their visitors. What if you're not comfortable traveling out of your area yet? Check out resort pass. It's a site that sells day passes to resorts and hotels for as little as $25 per day. You get access to the pool, beach chairs, cabanas, and it's a fraction of what you would pay to stay overnight.
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