70 % will Travel in 2021

Posted on 10/27/2020

Before you decide to do use your suitcase for something crazy ....

How do you feel about travelling next year? There are so many things to consider. Your health, your job, your family, and the dreaded 14 day quarantine, and the big questions, "If I travel, will I catch Covid-19?"

These are questions no one can answer for you.

We have a few suggestions and questions to help you make an informed decision.

  • Pick a destination and follow the COVID numbers. By learning what's going on in Cuba, Mexico or Europe, you can decide if that destination is right for you.
  • Subscribe to an on-line newspaper or blog from your destination and follow the local news. This will help you learn things like, when attractions are opening, curfews in place, etc.
  • Go directly to the resort or hotel website and read about their Covid-19 strategy. All reputable resort chains have a Wellness Protocol for Cleanliness and Safety that is available on their website.
  • Learn what the entry and exit requirements are for your destination. There may be an extra health form to fill out, and a follow up from the Ministry of Health when you return.
  • Are I able to obtain out of country medical and COVID 19 insurance protection while away?
  • Are flights currently available to my destination?
  • Am I still required to quarantine on my return to Canada?

For answers to these questions and current updates and suggestions, your Trent Travel professional is available to work with you when you are ready. Call us and let us know where and when you'd like to travel and we will help to smooth the way.

Remember, knowledge is the easiest way to combat fear.

As reported on Wheelsupnetwork.com, Oct 15/2020

"An overwhelming majority of US and Canadian travelers (99 percent) are eager to travel again, with 70 percent stating that they plan to take a holiday in 2021, according to a Travel Leaders Group survey of nearly 3,000 frequent travelers. The survey was conducted in September in conjunction with the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), which represents the global Travel & Tourism private sector."