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Some travelers are planning multiple vacations at once to ensure their (much needed) getaways don’t get cancelled.

Sep 23 2021

Some travelers are planning multiple vacations at once to ensure their (much needed) getaways don’t get cancelled. Also known as “trip stacking”—the process of booking a big trip like going abroad or taking a cruise in addition to a “back-up” trip that is less likely to get canceled—some travelers are currently booking multiple vacations at once just in case one gets cancelled. According to Pennsylvania-based travel company Avenue Two Travel, the trend became more popular when COVID-19 variants started shaking up consumers’ travel plans, and as of August, more than 50% of Americans had canceled or changed their travel plans due to the Delta variant—YPulse research shows that the majority of Gen Z and Millennials are worried about the Delta variant. Luckily for these ambitious travelers, cancellation policies have remained flexible at airlines and travel destinations according to Misty Belles, managing director at the luxury travel network Virtuoso, making it even more worthwhile for travelers to “trip stack” since there’s no penalty if they forgo the trip. Meanwhile, new cruise lines like Virgin Voyages-owned The Scarlet Lady and Valiant Lady are making a play for Millennial travelers by swapping boring buffet halls with unique eateries and food options, luxury gyms, and Instagrammable experiences. (CNBCVice)