Over the past few years travel has near enough been banned from most countries due to the pandemic which was caused by COVID. The travel industry took a huge hit during the pandemic with most planes being grounded and a lot of staff being laid off or put on furlough. Lockdowns have been lifted recently and travel corridors have been opened to most countries around the world now so once again travel is back up and running with people rushing to book themselves a breakaway. A lot of people always struggle to find places to go due to there being an endless list of amazing countries and hotels to visit a lot of people will choose these options due to them having something that takes their fancy. There is a list below of some of the places that a lot of people dream of one day visiting and now with restrictions being lifted people’s dreams will soon be a reality.
- New Zealand
- Bora Bora
The above a just a few suggestions that a lot of people have on their bucket list to tick off over the next few years. Travel is now near enough backup and running at full capacity with travel to America being lifted the other day thousands of people are rushing to book their flights to see friends or family after not being able to see them for over two years. There are so many different places for people to visit so it is always hard to decide on where to go, but over the past few years due to the pandemic people have had time to save money and sit down and plan what different countries they would like to visit. A lot of people have been saving up their holiday from work to take a month off to just go travelling to as many different countries as they can visit. Travel restrictions caused a lot of issues for many countries due to tourism being such a huge part of most countries wealth due to tourists spending money in local shops as well as restaurants, bars and many other tourist attractions. Since travel restrictions have been lifted there has been a huge rush in people booking their holidays away with some people even booking more than one year in advance to make up for the lost time.
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