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Scott Dunn believes the biggest travel trend for 2021 will be reconnecting with the ones we hold dearest
By Alex Martin | May 14 2020
Although so much is uncertain about the upcoming months, many of us are dreaming about being able to travel again. Once the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic is behind us, a vacation will be the first on many people’s lists. But what will we want to do? The ongoing situation has changed our world views, and that in turn will change where we want to travel.
Scott Dunn specializes in luxury itineraries and aims to sell vacation packages many months, if not years, ahead of time. So while we wait to see what travel might look like in 2021, the people at Scott Dunn need to know now. Its itineraries for next year offer valuable insight into what travel trends for 2021 might be.
The experts at Scott Dunn believe the biggest travel trends for 2021 will not be about exploring the unexplored or diving deep into the unknown but simply reconnecting with the ones we hold dearest: our families. We have had to stay away from our loved ones for so long. Next year will be all about making up for lost time.
Just as important will be an emphasis on sustainable travel. Many of us realize the pandemic has given us a unique opportunity to supercharge our drive towards a more sustainable way of life. The high net worth individual will be looking for ways to make a positive impact on the world, which will be reflected in their vacation choices.
This is best reflected in Scott Dunn’s Epic North American Road Trip. Saving the stress of air travel and the carbon it emits, many families will opt to explore what North America has to offer. This trip will take familiar to some of the continent’s most treasured natural landscapes and take them off-the-grid to ensure they have all the space you could ever need.
For some, their next vacation will be all about finding their own slice of paradise. As we ease into a new normal, a remote location with no one else around will provide necessary reassurance. Scott Dunn is offering to take families to new boutique hotel openings on previously untouched islands off the coast of Borneo. Elang, the latest private island offering from Bawah Reserve, will accommodate six brand new cliffside lodges which can be bought out for exclusive use for up to 18 guests.
Space and remoteness is a recurring theme throughout the upcoming itineraries and includes epic adventures to the vast plains of Mongolia, the Arctic wilds of Norway and the tropical paradise of Costa Rica.