Travel Is Booming After Pandemic

After almost a year of the world being under extensive quarantine protocols, the United States is finally ready to open back up and allow businesses to run again, but with some covid restrictions still in place. With businesses opening up, however, this also opens up travel and vacations for families to take and have a great time again. And what better way to celebrate getting out of a major pandemic than to take an amazing vacation to a place you have never been to before?

The effects of this pandemic on people’s attitudes and mental health have been atrocious. Stressed, not knowing what was next and if the world would ever become a safe place for their kids again. Waking up every day not knowing how to put food on the table because they can’t go to work and make a living to support their family. Another metaphorical “giant” people faced was depression. After a recent study from the CDC, it states, “Younger adults, racial/ethnic minorities, essential workers, and unpaid adult caregivers reported having experienced disproportionately worse mental health outcomes, increased substance use, and elevated suicidal ideation.” This may not come as a surprise to many, since almost the entire world was a part of this quarantine effort to rid the coronavirus.

However, when zoomed out through an existential lens, you see where people took a major emotional shot that was impacted solely by this pandemic. People not only lost their lives, but they lost their drive. Lots of people deal with their “inner demons” through entertainment and socialization with people publically.

Travel, entertainment, and doing the three most profitable businesses each year in the world. It’s what people live for. How do you think people get through 9-5 jobs every day? They have their vacation of a lifetime in the back of their mind. How do kids get through school? “I can’t wait. Three more weeks till summer break when I and my family take a vacation to the beach!”

Losing this impacted people in a negative way and with travel opening back up, the world will shift into a new age and explosion of new travel locations and entertainment options.

If we go back and take a look at when the last major pandemic the world faced the Black Plague, we can get an idea of what will come out of today’s major pandemic with the coronavirus. An explosion of art, music, and entertainment ideas.

We can expect almost the same thing to happen in today’s climate with the pandemic but on a larger scale. The world’s population has grown a lot since then and travel has come a long way and is a lot more efficient now. With new ways of entertainment, comes new resorts, rides, and vacation homes. With this huge explosion, we are surely set to see the best vacation spots pop up in history, and it will only get better from there. 

Now, we all know everything is starting to open back up which means that the prices will go up as well. Gas, airfare costs, and hotel expenses. What better way to take advantage of these skyrocketing prices than to use a Hotels Etc. membership? With a Hotels Etc. membership, you can get deals and discounts on all vacation locations ranging from the casino resorts in Las Vegas to the prominently highlighted beaches in Orlando Florida! Take a trip today and save tons on a vacation of a lifetime. Not only will you save on travel, but you will also save on Entertainment, Recreation, Dinning, Restaurants, Golf, Theme Parks, movies and more.


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