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According To Psychology, Spontaneous Travel Can Make You Happier
Many travelers are enjoying the uncertainty that comes with travel since the pandemic. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, travelers are more spontaneous when planning and booking trips. Many people now book trips last minute, which is now becoming the norm booking practice and sparking happiness.
Americans are booking trips to destinations they aren’t familiar with
The impact of the pandemic
“The impact of the pandemic and ever-evolving travel restrictions has reignited the appetite for spontaneous travel, with three-fourths of U.S. respondents (75 percent) saying that the events of the last two-and-a-half years have made them want to be more spontaneous,” says Laura Lindsay, Global Travel Expert, Skyscanner.