Over the years, more and more people started traveling and overtourism became a growing issue. Although the coronavirus pandemic has forced us to change our travel behavior for now, we believe that we will travel again and that the return of crowds is inevitable. This book helps you to Avoid Crowds and is your guide on what (not) to do when it’s busy. The book includes a special chapter on traveling during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
How to Avoid Crowds:
Travel smart and enjoy your vacation without overtourism
How to Avoid Crowds helps you get the travel experience you're looking for!
The book equips you with all the knowledge you need in order to get the travel experience you want by covering a vast array of topics, amongst which:
- The best time to travel
- Preparing for your perfect trip
- The nuisance of tourist traps
- What causes crowds and the impact over overtourism
- How to navigate crowds if you encounter them
- Traveling after COVID-19
Further more, a Global Travel Calendar at the end of the book summarizes when (not) to go where in four regions around the world: Europe, North America, South America and Australia
Special chapter on COVID-19
The coronavirus has severely impacted our travel behaviour. This special chapter lays out my experiences as I traveled throughout Europe between the first and second wave of the pandemic. Discussing Airports and airplanes, hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions.
Details: 200+ pages of expert, modern day, travel advice
Extra’s: Easy to understand visualizations
Format: Amazon Kindle & Paperback
Return policy: No risk, 30-day, 100% money-back guarantee (Amazon Kindle version)
We travel to make memories, meet new people, explore new cultures or to relax and boost our happiness. Regardless of our reason to explore beyond the horizon, our needs have collectively shaped the travel industry over the years. More and more people want to travel and as a consequence, overtourism has become a severe problem, causing more people to show up at your dream destination, looking for similar experiences.
For example: You and your family have been dreaming of taking a trip to Paris for years. You got time off work, booked your tickets and made a list of all the sights you want to visit. But, when you finally reach Paris and set off with your (extensive) bucket list, your experience goes downhill as you are waiting in line for hours to stand on top of the Eiffel Tower and another afternoon before you can enter the Louvre Museum. The demand is so high and the recources limited, making the city dirty, expensive and crowded. When you come home tired, and with only half of your bucketlist crossed off, you ask yourself “was this trip worth it?”
It doesn’t have to be like this! When traveling with my wife, we also faced the problems mentioned above. Therefore, over the past couple of years, I have researched and organised information about traveling, which resulted in this book. How to Avoid Crowds gives you the knowledge and tips to navigate the crowds, by showing you how to travel smarter, smoother and safer.