Many travelers have swapped their globe-trotting vacations for road trips and staycations. But for those that can afford it, international travel is still on the horizon.
Luxury destination hotels and resorts are seeing holiday bookings start to fill up again. Travelers are looking for privacy, space and lots of open air. Resorts such as Rosewood, One&Only, and the newly re-opened Maldives luxury water-villas Soneva Jani have seen a spike in suites and multi-bedroom spaces.
While international airfare prices may have decreased 22% from last year and prices dropping to a new low of $720 round trip on average, now might be the best time to snag a cheap ticket or cash in a credit voucher to a far off destination, as long as the country allows American travelers. Before booking, check with the hotel to clarify its covid-requirements as well as the country’s government website. And when you need to book travel, call Cook Travel for the latest in airline regulations as our agents are up to speed on the latest airline advisories.