• Jenny

Let's Talk Travel 2022

Updated: Apr 4

I’m not going to sugar coat it…travel is off to a rough start. Does this mean

there’s no hope for travel in 2022? I don’t think so, and neither do my providers of tours and cruises.

View from Machu Pichu, Peru
Machu Pichu on a rainy day

But you may want to take a breath and rethink what travel styles you are comfortable with for your future trips. The trend is leaning toward smaller groups, ‘pod’ travel (once known as private tours), and less crowded style of travel.


The pandemic has also changed the way we think about travel. Here’s some of the trending ideas:

1. Responsible travel – think using locally owned businesses for your travel needs

2. Disconnecting – think of all the Zoom meetings folks have endured this past couple of years!

3. Active vacations – Too much inactivity because of lockdowns has led to a desire to get out and hike, bike, or basically anything that burns energy!

4. Mindfulness & wellbeing – Never has meditation and yoga looked so good!


Luckily, I’ve worked with a tour company, who has been in business for over 30 years, who has a business model that supports local businesses and seeks to maximize positive impact on the people who call these places home. They are flexible and have flexed to offer tours for your needs. Interested? Let’s talk!

jsenter@celticheritagedestinations.com or 707-888-7834

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