Flotillas of yachts, non-contact cocktails and 46-night cruises
Most of the current travel trends speak of the ongoing pandemic. Most involve activities that allow social distancing and limit contact with new people while still discovering new places (think small, selected cruises).
And people seem to be looking for bespoke leisure activities and services that allow connections to new, small-scale, intimate places that don’t necessarily cost the earth but feel luxurious (like an on-site food and drink delivery service). measure but contactless across Las Vegas. or city fun activities recommended by local families in Europe).
Sail on a 46-night cruise through Europe
Uniworld Boutique River Cruises is now taking reservations for a 46-night trip from Egypt, visiting the UNESCO-protected temples of Abu Simbel in Cairo, then heading to the Venetian Lagoon, exploring the Schönbrunn Palace, the former imperial summer residence during the reign. by Maria Theresa. After discovering Budapest in Hungary, the Moulin Rouge and the banks of the Seine in Paris, travelers will complete the adventure in Portugal by crossing the Douro Valley.
The all-inclusive maiden voyage will begin on May 20, 2023 (just in time for travelers reluctant to plan a trip) and has a starting price of $ 38,999 per person.
Explore special places thanks to local families
A growing trend in travel in recent years is for people seeking shared cultural experiences and discoveries with locals who explain traditional customs, architecture and history through cycling, cooking or arts (GetYourGuide, Culture Trip, Airbnb).
A new travel start-up, It’s July, connects families with cultural ideas they might like, recommended by other like-minded local families who live in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, London or Tel Aviv. Find the best vegan chimney cake in Berlin, for example, let the little ones go wild at the Miffy Museum (Nijntje) in Utrecht, the Netherlands, and eat dry ice and ice cream at Chin Chin Labs in the West End of London.
Join a weeklong flotilla of yachts in sunny climates
Yacht Week takes travelers, individually or in groups of friends, to eat, sleep and live on a yacht for seven days in Croatia, Tahiti, the Bahamas, the Caribbean and Greece, among other countries.
Over 50% of travelers come from the United States and discover secret swimming stops, deserted beaches, and incredible hikes. Reservations are flexible and staff (skippers, hosts and events) are tested weekly throughout the season and customers must also present a negative Covid-19 PCR test on arrival.
Touchless Cocktails Imbibe Through Las Vegas
Starting June 1, anyone poolside at any of the MGM Resorts on the Las Vegas Strip can order a beer or cocktail and have it arrive via mobile ordering service. Dominique Bertolone, senior vice president of food and beverage strategy at MGM Resorts, said that “the past year has accelerated our investment in technology, bringing contactless interactions to every part of our resorts.
Each seat at Delano, Bellagio, Luxor or Excalibur, among others, will have a chair tag and number so people can order a bowl of burrito, a mojito or a half-cooked burger via a QR code they scan, so that the delivery person knows exactly. where to find them.