New travel type to appear in 2021
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New travel type to appear in 2021

January 18, 2021

Resorts have begun launching post- recovery programs.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. Representatives of the tourism industry believe that in the coming 2021 a new type of travel will appear – a post- COVID-19 one.

Such a vacation will be intended for people who have already been ill with coronavirus and want to improve their health, or for healthy people – as a prevention of infection.

A new kind of travel has actually begun. The rehabilitation programs include revitalizing courses and procedures focused on strengthening the immune system and the cardiovascular system.

“They start from 10 days, but it is recommended to take two weeks”, said Aleksan Mkrtchyan, general director of the Pink Elephant travel agency.

The specialist is confident that these programs will be in demand until the world defeats the new coronavirus. Their cost starts from 6 thousand rubles and more per day per person.

We are talking about domestic tourism. However, this trend is not domestic – it came to Russia from Europe. Similar programs are already being prepared in a number of countries, including Slovakia, Bulgaria and Germany. Nevertheless, so far there is no need to talk about the mass character – such types of travel will become popular after the opening of borders.

Text: Elena Popova, Photo: open sources

January 18, 2021

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