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Far-Flung Destinations to Visit Once You’re Ready to Travel Again

Travel is changing, this we know. To be fair, everything these days is changing, but as we move into the latter part of summer and destinations across the globe continue to cautiously reopen, the idea of vacationing again doesn’t seem as far-fetched as it did even a month or two ago. But how we do that now is a completely new experience.

“The ironic thing about all of these trends that we’re seeing is that if you look at what, especially the bigger brands are doing, they’re designing these protocols for effectively, the most anal, most suspicious, most worried traveler. But that’s actually not who’s traveling right now,” Paul Tumpowsky, founder and CEO of Skylark, said at Worth’s latest session of The Next Normal, which also featured Kerry Bergen, senior director of leisure and entertainment at the Baccarat Hotel New York; Genora Boykins, owner of La Maison in

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Dreaming about your next trip? You’re not alone, but this time it’s different

If you’ve already canceled your summer vacation, you’re probably dreaming about your next one. It’s OK. So are a lot of people.

Rob Hall is one of them. He skipped his family cruise to Italy this summer but is optimistic that the worst of the COVID-19 outbreak will be over by fall. He’s planning to fly to Maui for a few days in October – at least that’s his dream. 

“We so badly need to get away,” says Hall, a retired financial services manager from Walnut Creek, California.

He’s not the only one. A survey of travelers by Qtrip finds plenty of pent-up demand for travel. A surprising 40% of respondents are planning to travel this summer. Another 23% are waiting until the fall or winter, and 7% are holding off until spring. (And the remaining 30% say they don’t have a clue when they’ll travel again.) 

“We

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