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Overseas Adventure Travel Reveals Top 6 Trends for the Future of Travel

January 4, 2021 GMT
Overseas Adventure Travel logo (PRNewsfoto/Grand Circle Corporation)
Overseas Adventure Travel logo (PRNewsfoto/Grand Circle Corporation)

BOSTON, Jan. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- After a travel-challenged 2020, the future of travel is looking brighter. Overseas Adventure Travel (O.A.T.), the leader in personalized small group adventures on the road less traveled for Americans 50+, shared its top 6 emerging travel trends.

“We can now see the light as travel begins to open up in the wake of the vaccine,” said Mark C. Frevert, Chief Architect & Chief Relationship Officer at O.A.T. “Many travelers are eagerly awaiting the chance to travel again, with some notable differences in how they’ll travel compared to prior years.”

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O.A.T. Top 6 Travel Trends:

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O.A.T. provides travelers over 50 with impactful, intercultural experiences that help change people’s lives. O.A.T. fosters an intimate and accessible experience, with groups limited to 16 travelers (average of 13) by land and 25 (average of 22) by sea.

With the health and safety of its travelers a priority as always, O.A.T. has worked with its 36 regional offices and more than 2,000 regional associates and Trip Experience Leaders around the world to create new health and safety measures and specific itinerary updates.

For a free catalog or more information about O.A.T., please visit www.oattravel.com or call 1-800-955-1925.

ABOUT OVERSEAS ADVENTURE TRAVEL
Established in 1978, Overseas Adventure Travel (O.A.T.) is part of Boston-based Grand Circle Corporation’s family of travel companies, which also include Grand Circle Cruise Line and Grand Circle Travel. In 1992, owners Alan and Harriet Lewis established the nonprofit Grand Circle Foundation to support communities in which Grand Circle works and travels, including some 300 humanitarian, cultural, and educational endeavors worldwide—among them, 100 schools, in 50 countries. The Foundation is an entity of the Lewis Family Foundation, which has pledged or donated more than $200 million since 1981.

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