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The rise of ecotourism is becoming more predominant through sustainable homes, such as tiny solar homes, low-carbon outdoor adventures, indigenous travel agencies, and offset or offset aviation. The good news is that we are finally moving towards more sustainable ways of travel.
Fremont, CA: The past two years changed many things, but the travel industry witnessed an even more significant transition. People gave up their love of exploration in favor of working from home and watching TV shows. Now, as we stare down the barrel of 2022, it’s looking like travel is returning.
In 2022, the outdoors will be in. People will plan national park road trips, trade city life for a rental cabin in the woods, and use remote work as an escape to explore. Pinterest saw a spike in search terms for ‘wildflower field’, ‘stargazing’, and ‘nomad aesthetic.’
For many, the lines between work, home, and leisure have blurred, with many companies adopting the work-from-home trend. People are in search of the great outdoors, and they’re using campervans to get them there. The internet is also buzzing for search terms ‘RV accessories’, ‘car survival kits,’ ‘motorcycle tent,’ and even ‘car man cave.’
While the world was at a standstill and the runways were empty, we have seen carbon emissions drop for the first time in 2020. This allows travelers to spend their annual vacation more discreetly by booking a vacation that brings not only the wanderlust but also the region, community, and environment they visit. The rise of ecotourism is here in sustainable homes such as tiny solar homes, low-carbon outdoor adventures, indigenous travel agencies, and offset or offset aviation. The good news is that we are finally moving towards more sustainable ways of travel.
And with the latest technology, airports are starting to make more calls for the smoothest travel experience and improved traveler confidence. Digital-first solutions provide the most hassle-free and contactless transportation with pre-booked safe slots, technology that allows travelers to order food, book vacation spots, and do duty-free shopping from the comfort of their smartphones.
Luggage Tech is another trend. No matter if you’re road-tripping for a couple of days or embarking on your first flight post-pandemic, the thrill of packing is real. And it’s when that holiday feels begin to sink in, signaling the start of your new adventure. Technology now makes packaging even more fun with exciting security technologies like GPS locators, USB charging ports for devices, solar batteries, and remote locking systems. By all counts, it will be no wonder to say that the travel sector is geared to a more exciting and technologically driven journey.