Looking Ahead Towards 2017 Travel Trends

Currently, people all around the country are in the midst of their 2016 holiday travel. Hopefully, if this list includes you, you are enjoying the time spent with loved ones and friends. However, after you return home from family to begin thinking about 2017, it is time to consider a more personal travel experience. After family time is done, it is time to focus on you, and a Detroit Free Press article may help. They recently discussed how travel trends in 2017 promise far-flung surprises.

  • Cruises – Although there are many new, sleek cruise ships on the way, you may want to reconsider trying to bring your furry friend along. Very few ships offer pet accommodations, and those that do cost a fortune.
  • Airfare – Some good news is in store for those who travel by plane, as the average economy fare is expected to drop 3% for 2017 domestic flights, and 1.5% for international flights.
  • Hotels – However, those looking to stay in hotels should expect to see rates go up. Next year’s rates are projected to be 4.6% higher in North America.

If you are looking for travel ideas, the aforementioned piece has a number of interesting suggestions. So, it is definitely not too early to start planning your upcoming trip itinerary. Trending Travel would love to assist you with travel vouchers, discounted travel rates, general travel expertise and more. They know that you work very hard throughout the year, and that your vacations should be special. Contact Trending Travel, today, and get the process started.

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