What’s the number one thing you want to experience on your next vacation?
A new adventure?
Local sights or the most authentic version of your favorite dish?
These days, more folks want meaningful interactions when they travel.1
They’re not just looking for fancy hotels with spas, group tours, parasailing, and the typical resort fare.
They want immersive experiences and deeper connections with the things they love.1 That’s true for travelers of all ages and backgrounds.
And it’s just one hot trend that’s making travel a richer, more satisfying experience these days.
The sky’s the limit when you want to get the most out of your next trip.
And interesting new ways to vacation — from workcations to showcations and everything in between — are making it easier than ever to connect with whatever you value when you get away.
With those vacations, you could end up with some of the most memorable and cherished experiences of your life.1
Here’s what some of my readers are saying…
“Vacations, staycations, showcations, workcations? Bah! Most people were one marshmallow kids and now they just want to be distracted by doom scrolling and retail therapy “
“One of our most memorable trips was in 2012 when we went to the UK and Paris, France. We started in London, sightseeing: Madame Tussaud’s, London Tower, London Bridge, and also attended the Chelsea Flower Show. We rented a canal boat and floated to Bath, for more sightseeing—navigating the many locks was an experience, especially the 25’ high Bath locks!”
“Eating in Paris was disappointing—possibly because we didn’t visit any high-end restaurants—most of our meals were pub food. Our most memorable, and delightful, meal was the savory crepes we purchased from a street vendor. We sat on some steps to eat them as we gazed on the lights of the Eiffel Tower, not too far away. This trip was such a “grand adventure.”