As we venture into this unknown world, here are eight ways we think travel will change.
Your overseas travel may be placed on hold for now but that doesn’t mean that you have to stop travelling completely.
Though it may not seem like it now, we will travel again.
At the beginning of April, the World Tourism Organization released a comprehensive report that looks at how the industry can manage the current crisis, recover and move forward.
In just a few short weeks the world has become all but unrecognisable. Borders are closed. Streets are quiet. Iconic landmarks from Times Square to the Taj Mahal stand empty.
Travel brands can also take this time to think about their next steps.
Isolation is turning everyone into an armchair traveller, so brands are stepping up with next-level virtual experiences.
The appetite for high-quality travel content has never been greater.
Last week, Taronga Zoo Sydney launched Taronga TV!
It’s the small glimmer of brightness amongst the coronavirus pandemic.