Are visions of sun-soaked beaches and grand new adventures filling your daydreams? Then Egypt may be just the ticket for your next holiday.

Navigating the last two years has been a masterclass in overcoming challenges. At long last, 2022 promises what might be the light at the end of the tunnel and with the light comes the return of travel. If you’re after the perfect holiday to satiate your growing sense of wanderlust, you’re not alone.

A large majority of us are more ready than ever to lock in a holiday this spring and summer. But how will travel be different this year? Has the pandemic influenced how we plan to travel in 2022?

Travel trends of 2022
With our sights set on summer holidays, wanderlust has gotten the better of most of us after two hard years of staying relatively in place. This year, there are seven major travel trends taking root:

1 – Long-haul, once-in-a-lifetime trips. Focusing on the here and now, this year travellers are investing — as much as 39 percent more — in the trip they’ve always dreamed of taking. And they aren’t skimping on time away, either.

2 – Seeking out new destinations. According to Tripadvisor and Ipsos MORI, 70 percent of Brits want to ‘see new places’ with 38 percent looking to visit somewhere they’ve never been.

3 – Combining work and pleasure. Since many of us are now working from home, there’s more want than ever to travel to meet colleagues in other cities and countries face-to-face.

4 – The rise of the friendcation. Having been apart for too long, friends are meeting up to make memories together while on holiday. This unique holiday means exploring new places with those you love most.

5 – With restrictions around Covid, international holidays are back in the picture so make sure your passport is up to date!

6 – But some UK travellers are still seeing the beauty in their own back garden with 73 percent of Brits planning trips within the UK.

Holiday destinations topping the charts this spring and summer:
Book those days off and pack your bags, Egypt is listed as the number 2 destination to visit by The Mail Online (11th April 2022).

Ranked 2 – Egypt Holidays in 2022 or 2023
Few countries boast the same combination of stunning landscapes and incredible history. This year promises to be a blockbuster year for the country as well, so if you need a sign to finally book tickets, this is it.

Where to visit
Cairo, Egypt’s vibrant capital, home to the Great Pyramids and, later this year, the all-new Grand Egyptian Museum (main pic)
Masa Alam, a scuba diver’s paradise on the banks of the Red Sea
Compared to an open-air museum, Luxor is a treasure trove of artefacts and the site of the ancient city of Thebes
Hurghada, a resort-style holiday spot that’s near Giftun Island

Marking 100 years of independence and the 100th anniversary of the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb, there is plenty to experience.

The brand new ‘Avenue of Sphinxs’ in Luxor.

*Source, The Mail Online. Taken from the perspective of April 21st 2022.

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