Want to know some top tips for which holidays are going to be hot in 2017? We’ve been taking a close look at all of your booking habits and the feedback you give us in order to predict the key travel trends for next year, so I thought you might like me to share some of them with you.
1) It’s all about All Inclusive
In order to get the most value out of your holiday, our stats are showing that more and more people are opting for the All Inclusive package option. It’s no wonder why really, when it means you can keep full control of your spending money and budget well for your holiday, as everything is taken care of for you. In a time of financial uncertainty, it seems to be the perfect post-Brexit option for people. So if saving money is important to you, All Inclusive is certainly the way to go.
Top All Inclusive destinations: Canary Islands, Greece, Bulgaria and Cyprus
2) Italy’s the place to be
According to you guys, one of our most in demand destinations for next year is Italy, with the Neopolitan Riviera proving particularly popular. There could be many reasons for this, such as the breathtaking scenery, beautiful weather, incredible food and wine and the fact that it’s just a short flight from the UK. But as well as places such as Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast, you can now head to the stunning island of Sicily to explore a new side to this Mediterranean gem of a country.
Top Italy hotel for 2017: SENTIDO Acacia Marina in Sicily
3) South Africa is amazing value for money
Despite already being a popular holiday destination, South Africa is set to be in demand even more due to current exchange rates. Holidaymakers looking for a new and exciting adventure will be able to experience the country’s golden beaches, rolling vineyards and the impressive Table Mountain at a more affordable price than ever, as the South African Rand is currently weak against the pound. So if you’re looking for a luxurious and unforgettable holiday that doesn’t break the bank, make sure you add South Africa to your bucket list.
What are your predictions for next year’s travel trends? Where are you planning on going on holiday? Let me know in the comments below.