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Travel Bowman’s Travel Brief: A New Look for Fall Travel

18:17  21 september  2020
18:17  21 september  2020 Source:   travelpulse.com

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TravelPulse Managing Editor Eric Bowman gives his latest travel brief . Fall travel in 2020 will no doubt be different. The coronavirus outbreak means new protocols are in place for travelers and extra precaution needs to be taken no matter where you go.

However, the new trend of multi-family travel was one that stuck out for me. Like-minded families are forming “ travel pods” and vacationing together. Eric Bowman is the Managing Editor of TravelPulse. He currently lives in Georgia. A graduate of The University of Georgia, Eric has been working in online

Fall travel in 2020 will no doubt be different.

a train traveling down tracks next to a tree: White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire during autumn. © iStock/Getty Images/DenisTangneyJr White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire during autumn.

The coronavirus outbreak means new protocols are in place for travelers and extra precaution needs to be taken no matter where you go.

Whether you’re traveling or just thinking about booking a future trip though, you’re not alone.

New research suggests that half of Americans feel comfortable traveling this fall.

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Travel agents and advisors are going through a tough period, but they remain as diligent as ever. I encourage you to look for them and do your best to shut out the negative. The tourism industry is adjusting to make Eric Bowman is the Managing Editor of TravelPulse. He currently lives in Georgia.

The reality of travel right now is that there is a risk. It’s a risk that some are willing to take, whereas others But for those of us who have had such pent-up demand to get back out and explore new and familiar Bowman ’ s Travel Brief : One Week Left to Make Your Voice Heard on Cruising to the CDC.

Domestic travel is picking back up with new routes taking off. The majority of trips taking place this fall will be closer to home.

Typically, Europe is a trendy spot for shoulder season travel this time of year but given that it still remains closed to Americans at the moment, the domestic travel space for the fall season will be the way to go for most.

However, there are several popular international travel destinations open to Americans right now.

Travel pods and beach vacations are two other trends for fall travel, as well as future cruise bookings – both for river and ocean cruise lines.

And given we are still in a pandemic, it’s perfectly fine if you don’t plan to travel anywhere this fall.

However, if you have the means, you should absolutely look into booking a winter getaway now or beginning the planning process for an epic 2021 vacation.

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What are your fall travel plans?

Let me know on Twitter and Instagram: @EricBowman_

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