Embrace the changes in travel and tourism

Published on 17th June 2020

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COVID-19 has impacted every industry, but travel was hit exceptionally hard following the outbreak of the pandemic. Many people are figuring out their traveling plans and how to do so (safely) in a post-COVID world. 

Worldcom partners at Off Madison Ave. highlight six changes we should embrace as we continue to figure out how to safely interact with the world around us. 

Outdoor adventure is the new thrill

There are many places to explore and activities you can do to enjoy the outdoors while socially distancing. 58.5% of travelers who participated in a Destination Analysts survey say they want to avoid crowds on their next trip. Take advantage of this time to discover nature. 

Road tripping is the preferred way to travel 

49.3% of travelers are more inclined to take a road trip instead of flying to their destination. Planning a road trip is a perfect solution for travelers who aren’t comfortable flying yet. Pack up the car and explore some of the popular places around you. 

Staycations are the new vacations

Instead of cancelling your vacation time completely, stay local and enjoy the things around you. 54.1% of travelers have decided their summer vacation is going to be a staycation this year. 

Check out the full blog about the changes to travel we should embrace by Off Madison Ave. for three more key insights.

Check out more partner insights about travel and tourism.


Off Madison Ave is a marketing and advertising LLC that focuses on tapping into key audiences to create beautiful, functional, and compelling solutions. Located in Phoenix, Arizona, the team is focused on optimization and understanding consumer behavior.

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