The Impact of COVID-19 on Tourism

Over a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, cases continues across the country. There isn’t one industry unaffected, and tourism is no exception. From cancelled weddings and festivals to less dining out, the world has taken a hit from the large decline in tourism. However, as the summer months push on and people look for any excuse to leave their houses, tourism is making a comeback – for better or worse.

“The tourism industry is undoubtedly changing, but people still want to travel. We need to remain mindful of the millions of people who work in the tourism industry and understand that changes in the industry directly affect individuals who depend on tourism.

It’s important to note that tourism doesn’t have to only be a trip across the country or flying abroad. ”Tourism” can be visiting your local farmer’s market, eating at a restaurant close to home or hiking at a state park on the weekend, a  day out at the beach. 

Post-Pandemic Knowledge As the world begins to reopen for travel, it can be difficult to keep up with which areas and countries are accepting visitors, let alone the complications regarding local restrictions, travel regulations, and finding places to stay with increased safety standards. It’s enough to make you want to stay home even after months of wanting to get out! Instead of getting frustrated, contact a travel consultant to do all of the legwork for you. Industry experts can help you navigate all of the rules and solve any problems you come across either before or during your vacation.

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