Holiday Travel Looks A Lot Different This Year, Here's What You Need To Know
Photo Credit: A lonely girl of african descent cuddles under a blanket by herself. She is sad and depressed to be by herself for the holidays.

Photo Credit: A lonely girl of african descent cuddles under a blanket by herself. She is sad and depressed to be by herself for the holidays.

Holiday Travel Looks A Lot Different This Year, Here's What You Need To Know

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Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Sep 14, 2020

Annually, November and December are very busy months for travel. Many people take this time to visit family and friends during the holidays or head to an island to escape the chilling winter weather. 

Under normal circumstances, the season for planning holiday travel would be now, but since the pandemic has shaken things up this year, planning travel looks a lot different. 

Travelers will now have to navigate various travel restrictions as well as health screenings while being mindful of social distancing. 

Popular travel site Expedia understands how different this year looks for travelers and has provided tips for how to make holiday travel more seamless. 

According to Nisreene Atassi, Sr. Director at Expedia, “So many people rely on travel during the holidays and winter months — for relaxation, recreation, or as a time to reconnect with lord ones. Like so many other things this year, the holidays may not look the same. But for those who want or need to get away, we don’t want the uncertainty and planning process to be a source of stress. We’ve made several key updates to our site to ensure we are delivering flexible travel solutions and highlighting health and safety information. We want to give travelers the tools they need to be able to make plans they feel confident and excited about this holiday season.”

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