What Luxury Travel May Look Like After COVID

It’s no secret that crises change the world. Through the COVID 19 pandemic devastated many and caused almost everyone vast amounts of inconvenience and boredom, it’s become clear that businesses will be changing for the better in the post COVID world. Like it or not, businesses are learning to adapt, which always leads to a better world. 

But what about the luxury travel industry? 

Many people are wondering how post-COVID travel is going to work since travel was one of the first things to get shut down at the beginning of the pandemic.

With the world opening back up and luxury vacations becoming more popular again, how will we stay luxurious in this shifting world? Will we just go back to what we did before? Or will the luxury travel after COVID look completely different? 

If you’ve found yourself asking these questions, you’ve come to the right place. This article will walk you through everything you need to know about post-COVID luxury travel. 

Information Will Increase 

Luckily for you, most of the stress of the luxury travel industry falls on the travel companies, not on the customer. Most businesses are concerned that people will refuse to even bother traveling with a luxury travel provider. Because of this, they’re going to make sure to stay on top of providing the traveler with information.

The post COVID world is a world of rapidly shifting rules. You never know when the types of identification you have to carry will be restricted, or when the number of people who can gather in one place will be lowered. The luxury travel business wants to make sure that you keep coming back, so they’re going to keep you updated. 

While this is an increase in stress for the industry, it’s a comfort for the consumer to know that they’re going to stay informed. 

Distancing Will Probably Stick Around 

Even while COVID restrictions lift, it’s always better safe than sorry. While a typical cab driver might not care that much about social distancing, the purpose of luxury travel is to provide you the maximum amount of comfort. You’re not going to be very comfortable if you’re worried about catching the coronavirus. 

Safety measures — such as social distancing and mask-wearing — will most likely stay in place for a while after the COVID pandemic dies down. While our lives will start to return to normal, the virus will linger around, and it’s going to be hard to tell when it will flare up again. 

However, you don’t have to worry about these safety protocols annoying you. It will most likely manifest itself as more luxury to you. Likely, you’ll be offered hand sanitizer, kept a comfortable distance from you, and have surfaces wiped down before you sit on them; if that isn’t luxury, what is? 

One On One Experiences

The luxury travel industry has always relied upon giving people personalized experiences. If you’re willing and able to shell out the money on traveling in luxury, you most likely don’t want to have the same type of experience as other people. Luxury travel sidesteps the trappings of tourism and gets down to the simple experiences that people love. 

Now, however, one on one experiences are becoming a must. To stay safe, it’s best to stay away from large groups of people. To deal with this, luxury travel companies will focus on one-on-one experiences even more.

No one wants to be one of those people on the big red double-decker busses, getting carted around the town you’re visiting in the hot sun. Now, however, those trips are downright dangerous. A private trip around Amsterdam will allow you to customize your experience, and live in luxury.

Because of the cattle-call nature of tourism, the luxury travel industry might even grow. More and more people will most likely find themselves looking for new, more private ways to travel. This could lead to more services opening themselves. 

Your luxury travel provider will also most likely steer you to locations that aren’t quite as popular. This means you’ll encounter fewer crowds, which won’t only increase your safety, but enhance the experience. You might even discover a few secrets that the natives haven’t even caught on to yet. 

Travel Design Will Increase

To go hand in hand with one on one experiences is an increase in demand for travel design. While, yes, the internet has made it easier than ever to find locations yourself, people are realizing that they can have a better experience by handing the reigns to someone else. As stated earlier, crises breeds change, and the desire to stay away from people has turned into the desire to want to see the best locations.

By making use of travel design, you’re ensuring that you see all of the most high-quality spots while staying away from tourist traps. Travel designers stay in touch with local high-quality restaurants, galleries, you name it, to stay up on any sort of promotions that might be going on. 

As people are realizing they want to travel individually, they’re realizing just what sort of great experiences they can have with travel design. 

The Luxury Travel Industry is Here to Stay 

The COVID 19 pandemic has changed a number of things about the world we live in. Though things are going back to “normal”, said normal is a new normal; the world is going to look different than it did before. 

However, you can rest assured that the luxury travel industry isn’t going anywhere. In fact, by increasing communication and safety, and focusing on individual experiences and travel design, the luxury travel industry will wind up better than ever before. 

For more information, contact us today. 

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