This year’s challenges have created a demand for novel, limited–time opportunities and out–of–the way experiences designed for those of us who want to travel ahead of – or away from – the rest of the pack. Here are five emerging trends to help you plan your next trip.
Being a digital nomad once meant being self–employed, and few companies allowed remote working before Covid–19 hit. But with millions now working from their living rooms and basements, cabin fever has set in and many are craving an escape. Here’s how some employees are blending life and travel.
If fast travel is a race, slow travel is a journey, both internal and external. Capturing the essence of a place and understanding what makes its people tick can’t be done simply by reading everything online ahead of time, having a set schedule and rushing around to check things off as you go. Here are five ways to slow it down.