Mongolia Tours 2020
2020 has brought a tremendous shock to the travel industry; from the massive bush fires in Australia to the continuing spread of the COVID-19 which has now effectively halted global travel. However, it is easy to see the big problems and easy to forget the things that have been slowly happening; the past decade has seen the rise of technology in easing bookings and a global connectedness of the world by ever more and ever cheaper flights. Furthermore, we have seen the rise of the Chinese middle-class traveler as well as the changing tastes of the international community.
2020 will be no doubt marked by COVID-19 but more importantly what is going to happen in the next ten years?
Nomadica interviewed tourism industry experts Yael Farjun from China Click Go, Janson So from Hong Kong Ocean Park, Marko Ljupkovic from Round the World, Mark Ternouth from Kapula camp and Kaingu lodge as well as Tuya from Nomadica - Impact Discovery.
The first question on everyone’s mind is what kind of effect will the current virus epidemic have on the travel industry?
These are certainly scary times but I guess it is important to remember from where we have come; how much progress has the travel industry made up until this point?
So is it likely that the tourism sector will bounce back from COVID-19?
Great news for travelers and industry specialists alike but what will the next decade look like for a traveler, where are the hot spots and what will the trends be?
Any wishes for the future of travel?
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