The 2018 Travel Trends That’ll Change The Way You Plan Your Next Holiday

Leading tour operator Lightfoot Travels has recently revealed its take on the biggest 2018 travel trends. So if you have started planning your next holiday, you should better start taking notes.

2018 travel trends

#1: Cabineering & Camperneering

Cabineering today provides guests with the comforts of home and special touches of a luxury hotel in some of the most remote and elusive destinations around the globe. Adding to the unusual accommodation experience, Lightfoot Travel guests can heighten the trip with Camperneering - luxurious camper vans cruising on the roads of countries like the USA or Bolivia.

#2: Family-Owned Accommodation

Capitalising on the trend of authentic and immersive travel, staying at family-owned properties is slated to become an even bigger trend this year. Whether it’s spending a few nights with a family in a traditional Kyoto ryokan in Japan, assisting on a farm in South America or living like a local within a Vietnamese community, there’s no better way to gain insights and better understand a new culture.

2018 travel trends

#3: Private Jet Expeditions

When Crystal Air Cruises (the world’s largest private jet in the form of a Boeing 777) launched last August, travel luxe hit an all-time high. With enough space for 86 passengers, incredible amenities and plush leather upholstery, passengers will pampered by no less than 10 butlers and served by an onboard executive chef.

#4: Personalised Pop-Ups

Glamping at an exclusive pop-up site is set to reach the next level. Several companies are setting up super-tents for a few months only throughout 2018; while others are offering guests the chance to choose their exact location, length of stay and interior.

2018 travel trends

#5: Travelshoot Staycations

Photographs and videos have become a crucial part of travelling. There will be a significant increase in holidays with a photographer included in the package. Guests can pose poolside safe in the knowledge that their travels will be well-documented (with the added bonus of great lighting).

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This article is originally published on Female Singapore.

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