Revenge Travel rebuilds trends in tourism

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Off-beat travel destinations are the new hotspots for travel lovers as revenge travel rebuilds trends in the tourism industry. Revenge travel means travellers going on an extended travel period due to lockdown which has led many travel-friendly sites to get cramped up with tourists. Hence, those who are in quench for their wanderlust safely and responsibly will choose little different travel locations.

Revenge travel a new trend?
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Such travellers would not choose places that are holiday spots but they are not commercialized or have been visited by travellers in huge numbers. .“People now don’t want places that are commercialised. They don’t want to go sightseeing. All they want is a beautiful view and a relaxed environment. Another important thing is that there aren’t many resorts in Mashobra or other such sites. With limited options to stay, it won’t get crowded” says ardent travellers.

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Off late, travellers are looking out for off-grid travel destinations that have local touch and traditional vibes. “Manali, Udaipur and Dehradun are very crowded, so nearby areas are being explored. These new places are located in the valley, with only locals having explored them so far. Travellers today want to spend time at such places that have a different and calming vibe,”  says travel vlogger to a leading news channel.

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Additionally, the concept of Staycation is now gaining popularity where some of the travellers are choosing staycation at some of the elegant and comfortable resorts. “There are heritage properties such as Viviana in Rajasthan, Ramgarh Heritage near Chandigarh and Deo Bagh in Gwalior, which are drawing many visitors. People visit these places for their charm and heritage. For instance, Deo Bagh has got some history, peacocks, guava gardens, among others. One also gets home-style food there. People can also just go and stay at a beautiful property such as Karma Lakeland which has villa-style accommodation and is one with nature,” says food expert Rupali.

The man behind A Lone Backpacker, Shravan worked in the corporate jobs to quit after he fell in love with solo travelling. The first trip he travelled solo was to Bali exploring backpacker places and connected with the nature. He loves to travel to untapped places and imbibe the culture of new destination, try out local delicacies and share his knowledge to the world.

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